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What You Should Expect for 2016 Healthy Eating Trends

In 2015, we found multiple ways to use chia seeds. Roughly one out of every five Americans incorporates gluten-free foods into their diet. While some of the country went gluten-free, oatmeal reached an all-time high in trendiness (you can even get it in a grab-and-go squeeze pack now). Between increased focus on raw foods and hyper-local eating, our predictions for 2015 were pretty spot on.
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Greek Lemon Chicken Skewers with Tzatziki Sauce

Method1 Soak the skewers: If using bamboo or wooden skewers, place them in water to soak while you prepare the recipe. You& 39;ll need either 4 flat skewers or 8 regular round skewers.2 Cut chicken breasts, marinate: Cut the chicken breasts into 1 1/2 to 2 inch chunks. Place in a bowl and sprinkle with salt.
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Easy Peanut Butter Fudge

This peanut butter fudge is so QUICK and EASY to make. Melt marshmallows with sugar and peanut butter, and you& 39;re done! This tastes like the inside of a peanut butter cup, and makes a great gift.Photography Credit:Irvin LinMy partner’s mom makes peanut butter fudge on what seems like a weekly basis.
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Homemade Valentine’s Day Candy

Do you have a Valentine? Make something special for someone else or keep all the chocolates for yourself. Either way, don’t find yourself under a pile of empty candy wrappers the morning of the 15th. Store bought brand-name candies are full of chemicals, high fructose corn syrup and other many-lettered harmful products that no one can pronounce.
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Coca-Cola Vows Transparency Following Widespread Criticism of Company-Funded Research

The beverage giant has been forced to admit that ‘a healthy diet and regular exercise are essential for a healthy lifestyle’Coca-Cola’s CEO issued an apology for its mismanaged approach to dealing with the obesity epidemic and promised make the company’s research investments more clear.In response to a deluge of criticism over its latest marketing strategy, in which the company employed prominent scientists to support the less-than-credible idea that diet is far less important to public health than exercise, Coca-Cola has admitted that “the way we have engaged the public health and scientific communities… is not working.
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