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Adapted in part from Susan’s book, Boomer Be Well! Rebel Against Aging through Food, Nutrition and Lifestyle.
Makes 8 servings
Salmon is a great source of protein, omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin D, and when used with the bones as in this recipe, … Continue reading
By Susan M. Piergeorge, MS, RDN
Adapted in part from Susan’s book, Boomer Be Well! Rebel Against Aging through Food, Nutrition and Lifestyle
Did you know that turmeric is a cousin of ginger? Like ginger, turmeric can be utilized in both … Continue reading
By Susan M. Piergeorge, MS, RDN, Nutritionist
Did you know that 78% of Americans consume insufficient quantities of magnesium? What makes this mineral so important?
Magnesium plays multiple roles in our bodies. It is a cofactor that regulates over 300 enzyme systems … Continue reading
Baby Boomer Crab Cake
By Susan M. Piergeorge, MS, RDN, Nutritionist Golden Door
An average fried crab cake has about 230 calories with 60-65% fat and nearly 500 mg sodium. From a nutrition standpoint, crabmeat contains quality protein, along with omega-3 fatty … Continue reading
It’s Spring! Here is a delicious and easy recipe that offers an alternative to pasta.
The holiday season has officially started. The season includes festivities, food, drink-and stress. Let’s try to put it all in perspective to get the best out of it.
One thing we in the Northern Hemisphere know all too well is that there … Continue reading
The holiday season is upon us. With all the information of how to curb the weight gain over the holidays, let’s take a look at some of the nutrition benefits of the actual meal. Start off with a little of … Continue reading
Chocolate is one of those comfort foods that can be enjoyed in a number of ways. This recipe is so easy to make and can be frozen and saved for a last minute dessert or just a treat.
Dark chocolate … Continue reading
Recipe excerpted from Susan’s book Boomer Be Well! Rebel Against Aging through Food, Nutrition and Lifestyle
Stewed apples are a comfort food. Enjoy them alone topped with some nuts, as a topping to a bowl of hearty oats, used as … Continue reading
Some recent news regarding eating certain types of seafood may warrant consideration. Another story revealed that mercury in fish has become more widespread.
Mercury is a naturally occurring element. In its insoluble form, it is harmless. In its soluble form, which … Continue reading