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    Healthy Food Options To Eat At Your State Fair

    Summer is the season for state fairs and it's a wonderful time to get the family together and go have some fun! There's rides, games and lots of traditional fairground foods like fried oreos, corn dogs, cotton candy and funnel cake. The only problem is that many of those popular treats contain ingredients that are loaded with sugar, fat and harmful ingredients that aren't good for you, which often leave you feeling bloated or regretful for giving into temptation. But have no fear, because we've made you a list of tasty fair foods you can enjoy that are healthy and… Read The Blog
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    Food Fact Friday: Cucumbers Are 96% Water

    Staying hydrated during these hot summer months is very important and you can make sure you are by drinking plenty of water as well as eating fruits and vegetables that contain a high water content, too. Cucumbers are one of these vegetables, since it is 96% water. Cucumbers belong to the Cucurbitaceae family, also referred to as cucurbits (cucumbers, zucchini, watermelon, pumpkin, etc.), and their high water content is what keeps them cool and moist. They are also great to munch on during the summer because that's when they're in season, peak time being from July 5th to August 15th. In an article by… Read The Blog
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    Besides Phthalates: Another Reason To Be Wary Of Boxed Mac & Cheese

    If you could name one comfort food you love to eat, chances are you would say macaroni and cheese. However, there's nothing comforting in knowing that our beloved boxed mac and cheese is currently under scrutiny for its cheese powder potentially containing high concentrations of the chemical, phthalate. As an article from Time states, phthalate is what makes plastics more flexible and it is found in shampoos, fast food, cosmetics and apparently, cheese powder from boxed macaroni and cheese. Though phthalate is not an actual ingredient you will see listed on a box of mac and cheese, it is a chemical that… Read The Blog
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