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Check out this article on Food Network personality, Gina Neely. She tells of her weight loss and new healthy lifestyle.

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A healthy recipe for a quick, breakfast or after workout snack.

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In this special Fit For Freedom section you'll get a wealth of information and ideas to shop for more nutritious foods in every food group. Laurie Graves tops it all off with a couple of recipes to help get you started.

By Elizabeth Barge

Just in time for the holidays --- We have desert! Eating healthier happens when it is functional. Good nutrition has to make sense for YOU. When your sweet tooth craves a treat you can make smart choices that taste great. Nutritionist Elizabeth Barge brings you two dessert recipes that are full of natural ingredients and fun flavor. Surprise your friends with a signature dessert that is oh so sweet AND healthy.

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An apple a day keeps the doctor away. Use this apple delicious recipe as a snack or dessert option.

By Mark Cornelison

You’ve seen the television show. The challenges are immense, the desperation is overwhelming and the transformations are amazing. Mark has been there and done it and now his burden is to bring light to others in ways he never could have imagined.

By Robert and Michele Sessum

You’ve seen them. Those “vegetarians” are a little out there and those “vegans” they’re from a different planet. But admit it, you’re more than just a little curious to know more about them. They look pretty fit and have a good attitude. Even more, they don’t seem to get sick often. What if all those “eat your vegetables” stories have more truth than you realize? What if you could go vegan or vegetarian today?

By Hope Egan
Get ready to ignite your passion for “legal” foods. Author Hope Egan helps you blow away legalistic diet traps and discover new ways to transform your eating from SAD to wow! You get FREE 4 of her printable recipes that you can start using now. Enjoy eating healthy!
By Krista Embury
We could tell you what we’re against – donuts in the church foyer every Sunday, gut-busting church fellowship dinners and preachers parading pounds of fat in front of a congregation who will have to miss next week’s communion so they can go have bariatric surgery. Instead, get Fit To Eat. This isn’t another high school home-economics class. This is a serious step toward putting your appetite on the alter, giving your passion for eating to God and rediscovering food done right!eous.


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