What’s the Soy Story?


The soybean has been considered one of the five sacred grains of China dating back to 2900 BC. Currently, the soybean has been cultivated extensively and is now the United State’s second largest export crop. The bean is widely known

Posted in 2014 Newsletters - Spring

Organic Milk: It does a body good?


Deciding what type of milk to buy can be a daunting task. It seems like everyone has his or her own take on what is healthy.  Organic seems like the best choice, but it can be so expensive.  Is the

Posted in 2014 Newsletters - Spring

Food for You and Your Baby during Pregnancy


Eating a balanced, nutritious combination of foods during pregnancy is important for the normal development of the fetus and can also have an impact on your baby’s long-term health. This is pretty common knowledge; however, for many moms-to-be, thinking about

Posted in 2014 Newsletters - Spring

Happy Heart, Healthy Heart: The link between emotions and cardiovascular disease


Anyone who has ever felt the ache of a broken heart, or the anxious fluttering of butterflies before a promising job interview, knows that the physical heart and the emotions are intimately linked.  In the late 1950s, cardiologists Meyer Friedman

Posted in 2014 Newsletters - February

February: Sweet Enough!


February is all about the heart.  In the weeks leading up to Valentine’s Day, grocery stores are filled with sweet heart-shaped cards, candies, and chocolates.  Advertisements and commercials urge us to use the holiday as a time to “speak from

Posted in 2014 Newsletters - February

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