Tag Archives: Beets

Thirty-One Days of Wellness: A Recap of the Month

During the month of January, Chuck Garcia and I posted 31 entries to reflect a broad range of topics related to health and wellness – topics that you can review for the entire year. To make them easily accessible, I have re-posted them on a single blog entry. Enjoy them again, and share them with […]

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Beets: Giving it the Respect it Deserves

Beets: Giving it the Respect it Deserves

I eat beets; lots of them and most days.  Unfortunately, my family and colleagues at the office share neither my passion nor enthusiasm for this excellent vegetable.  What a shame.  They are missing out! Beets originated in the Mediterranean. Like so many other colored vegetables, they started off being used primarily for medicinal purposes and […]

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Salad Dressing: Olive Oil and Vinegar

I eat a lot of salads.  Sometimes my breakfast, lunch, and dinner all look alike.  Loads of vegetables with animal protein on top.  Years ago before I caught on to all the food science tricks, I used to top my salads with bottled dressing.  Those days are long gone!  If you look at the ingredients […]

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