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Why National Nutrition Month May Help You

With the start of Lent, many Americans will be giving up unhealthy actions and foods this month. Additionally, March is National Nutrition Month. The American Dietetic Association (ADA) originally launched…

Now Is the Time to Test Cholesterol

After the holidays, we all think it’s time to get healthy and start new habits. The thing is, your body might not be so quick to catch up to your…

Five Tips for Walking with the Family

Walking with different people can call for a lot of adjustment. If you have a regular walking pattern, family walks can be a challenge. If you walk by yourself or…

Cranberries Aren’t Just for the Holidays

Many of us only eat cranberries in three ways: cranberry juice, cranberry sauce and Jell-O. To most Americans, it feels like cranberry season is very nearly over. Perhaps a few…

Cookie Spice Might Be Just What You Need

When you hear “cinnamon” your mind probably supplies “sugar” as a follow-up. The combination is frequently used together in baking. However, you might want to think of the two words…

Enjoy a Salad in the Middle of the Holiday Chaos

The holidays are starting to get to the Glucocil team. Between leftover Halloween candy, Friendsgiving and Thanksgiving celebrations and now a couple of days of fried food to Hanukkah, you…

Six Tips to Having a Great Holiday Meal

We are fully into the holiday swing. With Halloween in our rearview mirror, Thanksgiving tomorrow and Hanukkah starting on December second, they’re here. We wanted to present you with some…

Concealed Horrors: Five Awful “Healthy” Snacks

We try to be good. We sacrifice the meat for a veggie. We go low fat when we really want the creaminess of full fat. We make healthy choices even…