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I really love sitting down to a great meal, but I have always been a food “grazer”. I was never one who could starve myself all day so I could save the calories for my evening meal. Not only would my stomach start to growl, but I would experience a frightening personality change from the lack of food! Our blood sugar typically dips around three to five hours after we eat, so eating small, frequent snacks keeps the metabolism revved up and helps normalize our blood sugar. Hunger can throw the …
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Enjoy an afternoon of free, family fun at the Foundry Art Centre in downtown Saint Charles!
The Foundry Art Centre would like to introduce families to their new attractions in the Baue Family Children’s Gallery with a free event featuring live entertainment Peppy Puppet Troupe with Michelle O’Donnell & Stan Gulick. The puppet show will be an original take on “Little Red Riding Hood” that combines live action, puppetry and music. The performance rakes place from 1:00-1:45pm.
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By Harriette Kraus
My family and I are self-admitted foodies. While other families go on vacations and bring back glowing descriptions of paintings and churches, we can illustrate every luscious detail of the Paella in Barcelona, the Caprese salad in Florence, or even the amazing carrot cake in Chicago. While watching shows on the Food Network, we love hearing the descriptions of specific flavors and ingredient combinations in the foods they feature. Our restaurant experiences are not just about satisfying hunger, but enjoying the specific flavors in each bite.
It might seem contrary that someone who teaches fitness for a living would advocate the enjoyment of an array of foods and flavors. But an awareness of what we eat, or something called mindful eating, is exactly why the Mindful Eating and Living (MEAL) program at the University of New Mexico Center for Life Integrative Medicine Specialty Clinic was developed by Brian Shelley, MD.