How to Age Well: Nutrition Tips & Topics
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This rich, creamy soup features a perfect combination of sweet potatoes, smoky chipotle peppers, and black beans to warm you from head to toe.
Simple, grocery store pesto takes fried eggs to an entirely new level. This 5-minute recipe is a delicious and healthy breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
If your fasting blood sugar or your A1C (a 3-month blood sugar average) is higher than normal, you may be on your way to developing diabetes. Before you panic, it’s important to know you can reduce your blood sugar naturally. Read about the best foods to eat and lifestyle changes you can make to reduce your risk.
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I’m Anne Danahy, a Scottsdale, AZ-based registered dietitian and integrative nutritionist specializing in the Mediterranean diet and healthy aging. I love cold-brewed coffee, big, colorful salads, cozy soup, and cream cheese frosting. Learn more about me here. Come visit my kitchen and let’s make something delicious today
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