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Pretty. Delicious. You will love the simplicity of this tasty fruit salad that is equally tasty, pretty and healthy for your eyes with loads of antioxidants, vitamin A, beta carotene and more. GENTLY COMBINE in a large bowl: Fresh Nectarines, Strawberries, Gooseberries and Mango in bite-sized pieces. Whole Raspberries, and Blueberries. Sweetened, shredded Coconut to taste. Scoop approximately 1/2 […]
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This is a great summer afternoon lunch or light dinner option chock-full of “Vitamin Sunshine,” otherwise known as vitamin D! Canned tuna is easy to store and has a long shelf life, so it’s no surprise that it ranks pretty high in convenience as a natural vitamin D source. To get more vitamin D, use […]
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For over 40 Years, the Moosewood Restaurant in downtown Ithaca, NY has been cooking up notable vegetarian cuisine. In fact, Moosewood was named one of the “thirteen most influential restaurants of the 20th Century” by Bon Appétìt magazine due to its pioneer attitude toward creating healthful whole food recipes. Our recipe this month is an […]
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Good nutrition and vision go hand in hand.  Eating a diet with a variety of foods loaded with key nutrients for maintaining and improving eye health can help you maintain better sight.  This black bean and mango salad recipe from eyefoods.com serves two, is easy to make, and is loaded with antioxidants that are good […]
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Always on the lookout for recipes that are loaded with nutrients that are good for your eyes, we came across this delicious Chicken and Almond Wrap recipe from eyefoods.com.  This one gets a Green Star rating from the site which means a serving has 50% or more of the daily target of lutein and zeaxanthin. Remember, […]
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We’ve talked previously about Lutein and Zeaxanthin and how eating foods rich in these two antioxidants can lower your risk of macular degeneration. Green leafy vegetables like spinach are high in both. Egg yolks are a great source of Lutein also. So, in honor of Saint Patrick’s day and all things green, as well as […]
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