This Week's Healthy Headlines

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7/10/2011 5:00 AM   :  13 comments   :  7,644 Views

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12 Ways to Get Your Daily Dose of Vitamin D from Health.com

Peanut Butter Chocolate Crunch Blizzard from Oh She Glows

Best and Worst Breakfast Choices at Starbucks from That's Fit


With whooping cough cases up, doctors stress booster vaccine from Health Key

Getting Enough Iodine in a Healthy Diet from Diet Blog

Wannabe Recipea: Spicy Black Bean Dip from Peas and Thank You

Scary Stat: Eating Out Boosts Obesity from the Fit Stop

Broccoli Frittata for a Crowd from Savvy Eats

Break Out of Your Exercise Rut from Woman's Day

Roasted Marinated Pork Tenderloin Recipe from fANNEtastic food

Sunglasses should be worn all year to protect eyes from UV rays from The Washington Post

Come Back, Cupcakes! from Hungry Girl

How to Keep Up Your Fitness Routine When the Temps are High from Fit Sugar


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Comments

  • 13
    I read the Vitamin D article. I am always having a Vitamin D deficiency even though I take a multivitamin and 2000 extra IU of Vitamin D everyday. I could easily add more fish to eating plan. - 7/11/2011   9:31:23 AM
  • 12
    I love a good cup of Joe from Starbucks...I never know what to eat and fear the calories..thanks for the info...I may try the oatmeal:-) - 7/10/2011   10:21:13 PM
  • 11
    I live in Portland and I've never seen 'Pickle Toothpaste'! Where do you find that? - 7/10/2011   9:10:09 PM
  • 10
    Come back, cupcakes... - 7/10/2011   8:07:04 PM
  • 9
    I love Oh She Glows - she always has such great, healthy recipes. I am not such a fan of Hungry Girl - I find a lot of the things she uses in her recipes, while low in calories, aren't things I want to eat. A lot more chemicals and more processed type of foods.

    But SP is great in providing us with options - so that all of us can find something we will like! - 7/10/2011   5:30:56 PM
  • 8
    I want to try the Hungry Girl Boston Cream cupcakes!
    The bean dip recipe sounds good too, but sadly, I can't eat beans anymore because of my gastroparesis. - 7/10/2011   4:43:29 PM
  • 7
    great thanks the blizard was a great one thanks - 7/10/2011   3:26:21 PM
  • 6
    I love Angela's clean vegan version of the Blizzard. A great thing to indulge in every once in a while made from REAL food! - 7/10/2011   12:22:30 PM
  • RMSTOKES1
    5
    Thanks you for the link to 12 Ways to Get Your Daily Dose of Vitamin D, It seems everyone I know is being told by there doctor that we need more, including my doctor. Goodf tips - 7/10/2011   11:20:33 AM
  • 4
    Thanks for such great articles this week. It's easy to stay motivated with these ideas.
    - 7/10/2011   10:19:08 AM
  • 3
    Was hoping for some GREAT ideas for working out when it's hot. Work out indoors was listed twice. Duh! - 7/10/2011   8:31:10 AM
  • FLOWERS43
    2
    As always I am always looking for new health imformation to broaden my knowledge,and also learn something new at the ssame time! - 7/10/2011   8:24:05 AM
  • 1
    Great variety in this week's selected articles. During the recession / recovery, you may not think that people eat out, but the indirect reference to Blizzard (TM) [DQ] - aka dessert smoothie - and specifically to Starbucks (TM) - suggests that restaurant dining is part of many people's weekly routine.
    I looked at the Starbucks article to get ideas for what I could do for eat at home, and to be reminded of what to avoid (extra salt, cholesterol, saturated fat) to keep my own recipes "lighter" (without using a specific list of planned ingredients).
    The Blizzard article I had to read (appeals to the child in me); and I had to chuckle with that author's reasons for putting it together. Seems a pretty sugar intensive cooling dessert, but that's just IMHO.
    I thoroughly felt swept away by the "Break out of your exercise rut" article. Movement works to balance out the "calories in" only when you actually do it -- so I welcome ideas that let me vary the "how" or slightly change the "what".
    For me, a great combination of articles, even if you need to be a tad bit discriminating about the nutrition balance (or lack) in some of the meals.
    Gail - 7/10/2011   7:52:36 AM

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