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An Amazing Coleslaw

This recipe is packed with nutrition and powerful detoxifying ingredients such as cabbage, carrots, parsley, cilantro, turmeric, thyme, black pepper, vinegar, lemon juice and a touch of honey. Your liver will thank you!
Makes 8 ½ cup servings
Ingredients
10 cups shredded cabbage … Continue reading

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Eat Your Flowers!

By Susan M. Piergeorge, MS, RDN, Nutritionist
In the summer we enjoy the bounty a garden brings. The fruits, vegetables and flowers all just blend together for a beautiful display as well as pleasing our palate.
While many fruits and vegetables do … Continue reading

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Chicken Eggroll recipe makeover

By Susan M. Piergeorge, MS, RDN, Nutritionist, Golden Door
A typical fried three ounce chicken eggroll has about 200 calories and contains 45% fat.
This eggroll served on our Golden Door menu is over twice the size at 8 ounces and comes … Continue reading

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How Nutrition Savvy Are You?

March is National Nutrition Month. Take the quiz and see just how nutrition savvy you are!
1.  Sources of complete vegan proteins include:
a.  Chia seeds
b.  Hemp seeds
c.  Quinoa
d.  All of the above
 
2.  Vitamin K can be found in:
 
a.  Primarily in green vegetables, such as broccoli and asparagus along … Continue reading

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