Bonus Newsletter: Clean-Eating Recipes for Super Bowl!

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Clearly we’re getting so excited over here for the Super Bowl food and festivities that I had to send out a bonus newsletter to you with a full line up of recipes to pick and choose from for the big day. Check out the newsletter to find our curated list of oldie but goodies from the blog to tempt your tastebuds!

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Breaking Down the New Dietary Guidelines in My January Newsletter

January 2016 Newsletter

The 2015 USDA Dietary Guidelines released a couple weeks ago. This is big news in the food and nutrition world. Huge. I share the five things to know, plus tons more info in my latest newsletter.

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How to Get More Protein at Breakfast

Broccoli Cheddar Mini Frittatas

This Periscope was sponsored by National MilkLife Campaign. Written by me.

@lomargie

I need protein ideas besides hard-boiled eggs!

A: My fave morning protein foods besides eggs, are hemp seeds, yogurt, milk, almond and peanut butter, sprouted grain bread and almonds.

 

@mexicokitchen

What is the average protein intake per day?

A: How much protein you should get per day varies. For an accurate number, try out the protein calculator on https://milklife.com/high-protein-morning/#/protein-intake!

 

@girlgonemom

Does it matter if you drink skim milk or is it better to have a little bit of fat in there?

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12 Days of Christmas Meets 12 Days of Citrus

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It’s the most, won-der-ful time, of the year! I like to fully submerge myself into the Christmas season with all the sights, sounds and flavors. I stock low-fat eggnog, make real pumpkin spice lattes and holiday tea. And keeping a fruit bowl stocked with in-season citrus is a beautiful daily reminder to enjoy more produce. This time of year, I always keep Sunkist® citrus on hand since it is peak season, grown in California and Arizona, and has a premium taste.

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Clean Eating Cooking School: Monthly Meal Plans Made Simple

Michelle Dudash, of Clean Eating Cooking School

First, I will try not to use exclamation marks in every sentence. I wanted you to be the first to know the details about my new online course…meal planner…recipe bible…cooking school…best friend. Whatever you want to call it. I named it Clean Eating Cooking School: Monthly Meal Plans Made Simple.

I have been working on it for most of the year. Many of you answered my surveys. Here are the fruits of your labor. It is filled with delicious, easy recipes. Videos of me showing you how to cook. Teaching you how to eat clean. And most importantly, meals plans. … More...

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Butternut Squash-Orange Pie for Food Network’s Healthy Eats Blog

Butternut Orange Squash Pie

Butternut squash and oranges breathe new life into this Butternut Squash-Orange Pie with Coconut Whipped Cream I created for Food Network’s Healthy Eats Blog. The natural sweetness of the squash and orange replace up to one third of added sugar, and plant-based coconut oil stands in for the butter. Dollops of whipped coconut cream will really give you and your guests something to swoon over!

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Thanksgiving Playbook 2015 Live! in my latest newsletter

Herb roasted turkey

We are officially one week out from Thanksgiving! Whether you’re hosting for the first time, or are a seasoned pro, the Thanksgiving Playbook in my latest newsletter has everything you need, from my full menu to printable grocery list and timeline!

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5-Ingredient Turkey Meatballs with Cranberry Sauce on Food Network’s “Healthy Eats” Blog

5-Ingredient Turkey Meatballs with Cranberry Sauce

’Tis the season for turkey and cranberries. So why not package them into one tasty bundle? My 5-Ingredient Turkey Meatballs with Cranberry Sauce take less than 30 minutes to make from start to finish–perfect for an easy holiday party appetizer or a midweek family dinner.

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7 New Convenient Clean Eating Products as seen on Arizona Midday

FNCE products

Last month I went to Nashville for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Food and Nutrition Conference and Expo (FNCE), among 10,000 other dietitians. It’s the largest of its kind in the world. This is where the leading food companies reveal their new products for the first time, before they even hit grocery shelves. I shared some of my favorite finds with Arizona Midday.

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What was one of your favorite trends?

Beans, beans everywhere! One of my favorite sources of protein.

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Healthy Alternatives to Processed Meat as Featured on Arizona Midday

Michelle and Destry on Arizona Midday

Recently the World Health Organization released a report about processed meat being linked to cancer in humans. I share my thoughts on the subject with Arizona Midday.

Should we give up these foods entirely?

If you enjoy bacon, hot dogs, salami, bologna, beef jerky—basically any cured red meat—you probably don’t need to give it up entirely, but it’s a good idea to cut it back to special occasions. This report looks at people who ate about 1 1/2 ounces of processed meat daily, for years and years. This report was only correlational, meaning people who ate that level of processed meat … More...

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