Chicken Chickpea Stew

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Chicken Chickpea Stew INGREDIENTS 6 SERVINGS 6 tablespoons olive oil, divided 6 skinless, boneless chicken thighs Kosher salt 3 large garlic cloves, minced 1 small onion 1 red pepper 1 cup chopped fennel 1 tsp dried basil 1 tsp dried oregano 2 tablespoons ground cumin 1 large can strained tomatoes 2 cups chicken broth 3/4 […]

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Is Peanut Butter Good For Weight Loss?

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Is Peanut Butter Good For Weight Loss? Leslie Langevin MS RD The one thing that makes peanut butter not so great for weight loss is if you’re so obsessed with it, you eat a Costco-size jar half a jar in one day. Although healthy, PB is far from calorie-free! Maybe you enjoy a couple spoonfuls […]

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Top Tips for Reducing Food Waste at Home

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Top Tips for Reducing Food Waste at Home Sierra Guay MS, RD A new week is upon us, and with it, good intentions to shop smart, prepare meals, and eat well.  Before going to the grocery store, you have just one looming task: to clear space in the refrigerator.  This means that you must discard […]

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Soup Stock Recipe

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Soup Stock Recipe Sierra Guay MS, RD 1 chicken carcass (bones and skin) 2 cups carrot tops or carrot bits Any amount of onion peel or onion bits Any amount of celery leaves or celery bits Any amount of extra veggies you have hanging around Water to fill crock-pot to ¾ full 1 tbsp garlic […]

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Culinary Spring in Vermont

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Culinary Spring in Vermont Abby Wadsworth MS RD (photo credit) Springtime in Vermont is something of a honeymoon for culinary dietitians.  Ramps mark the beginning of romance. Sometimes referred to as wild leeks or spring onions, these delicate vegetables grow in the wild along wetland edges like river beds.  There flavor is pungent and garlicky and […]

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Maple Maca Milk

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Maple Maca Milk Kimberly Evans MS RD Warm Maple Maca Milk is a family favorite of ours.  Maca root has a earthy malty taste with amazing health benefits including balancing hormones (aka teenage moods) and uplifting energy on a long day. Ingredients (per serving) 1 tsp-1 TBSP maca root powder (to taste) 1 cup milk […]

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Peanut Butter Truffles

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  Print Peanut Butter Truffles These are our go to sweetie treat and sports food wrapped in one. The right balance of carbohydrates and protein to satisfy a sweet craving, to fuel a long run, or to power a young athlete through their sports. Whole food based, no bake energy truffles that are so easy […]

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Which Meal Should the Biggest Weight for Loss?

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Is dinner your largest meal of the day?  It might be time to rethink this. Our dietitian Leslie Langevin, MS, RD, CD shared some ideas with PopSugar  on “making lunch your biggest meal”.  According to Leslie could be the change you need in order to see results in your weight loss goals. A recent study of 80 […]

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Elderberries: Becoming Increasingly Popular, and For Good Reason!

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    Elderberries: Becoming Increasingly Popular, and For Good Reason! Sierra Guay, MS, RD, CD Elderberries are becoming increasingly popular, particularly in the state of Vermont, where they are being cultivated for their culinary and medicinal properties. The idea of using elderberries to promote good health is not new, as all parts of the elderberry […]

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5 Types of Intermittent Fasting (and the 1 a Dietitian Recommends)

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Although there are a variety of methods of intermittent fasting, most involve eating for a certain period of time and then not eating for a certain period of time. Certified dietitian Leslie Langevin, MS, RD, CD, of Whole Health Nutrition says that aside from a number of health benefits including lowering diabetes and other disease […]

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