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Whether or not you like avocados, you really have to admire the way their marketers have totally owned the Super Bowl.
The Carmike Cinemas Surprise IMAX entertainment complex, 13649 N. Litchfield Road, Surprise, is teaming up with former NFL players the P.A.S.T. Retired Players Organization and the 13th Man Foundation to host a youth sports education event including a movie screening of DigiNext’s "The United States of Football" at 7 p.m. Jan. 27.
East Valley children with an interest in the transcontinental type of football now have a place where they can go and learn for free while also learning about leading a healthier lifestyle.
I am writing about David Rich’s letter: “Most deadly weapon is our fork” (Jan. 6, EVT). Meat is not what is causing our obesity and diabetes epidemic, but rather carbohydrates — especially processed carbohydrates.
The Boys and Girls Clubs of the East Valley is the first organization in Arizona to be awarded a free after-school sports-based youth development program created by the U.S. Soccer Foundation that uses soccer as a tool to improve the health and behavioral outcomes for children in underserved, urban communities.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona is launching its 2015 kids cooking contest, aimed at motivating Arizona kids to incorporate healthy options into their daily food choices.
Prospective students and community members interested in learning about naturopathic medicine as either a lifestyle or professional career can find what they need at the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine’s Discovery Day from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. March 14, 2015 at 2140 E. Broadway Road in Tempe.
Orange Sky chef wins AIGA Expo 2014 Chef’s Challenge
Calling it bad use of public funds, a Mesa lawmaker wants to bar people from using their public benefits cards on fast food.
It’s amazing to think yet another year has come and gone. This time of year brings feelings of renewal, a chance for a fresh start and the hope that this year will be even better than the last. It’s also a time of personal reflection, goal setting and personal commitment to make the changes in our lives we long for. Unfortunately, the hard reality is that many of these changes, while noble and well intentioned, are temporary. As the months drift by and the daily grind gnaws at our resolve, we find ourselves drifting back into old habits. So how can we make this year different? While I can’t help with your fitness or nutrition goals, let me offer some advice on something that I do know about: setting and keeping financial goals.
It’s time for New Year’s resolutions, particularly those about our health. Although gun violence remains the leading cause of death among young people, our most dangerous weapon is still our fork. Forty-five times as many die of chronic diseases linked to a diet containing animal products, sugar, and salt.
Gary Findley has had a lot of success since he got his start in the fitness industry at the age of 19. He is the former president of the women’s fitness mega-chain Curves. As the president of Curves for eight years, he saw the company grow to 8,000 locations.
Schools are working harder than ever to provide well-balanced meals that meet new federal nutrition standards and appeal to students.
A health and nutrition coach will host a Dec. 11 workshop focusing on weight loss, energy and how the former are affected by food.
What happens when you take a Snickers bar and flip it inside out? You get these delicious holiday cookies. We took that classic candy bar combination of peanuts, caramel and chocolate and turned them into a thumbprint cookie. The result is a crumbly chocolate cookie rolled in chopped peanuts with a Caramel Cream pressed into the center. The combination is outrageously good.
Oh, that classic Almond Joy vs. Mounds dilemma... Whether to go dark chocolate or milk chocolate with nuts. These bar cookies inspired by those sibling candy bars let you have it your way, or both ways.
When we eat a York peppermint patty, we get the sensation... That they'd be delicious transformed into a holiday cookie. So we did. The result is a simple drop cookie that is simultaneously delicate and fudgy with a heady punch of mint. They beg to be paired with hot cocoa.
Inspired by Sky Bar candy bars, these 4-in-1 cookies combine all your favorite flavors — chocolate, peanut butter, caramel and white chocolate — on top of a light spritz cookie. Feel free to play with the toppings, perhaps flavored chocolate chips, candied cherries or finely chopped sweetened dried fruit.
Imagine a chocolate peanut butter cup, but instead of peanut butter the chocolate shell encases a gooey marshmallow filling. There's your Mallo Cup candy bar. And it turns out this decidedly retro treat happens to be delicious when transformed into a holiday cookie — our frosted chocolate drops. The result is similar to a fudgy brownie remade as a drop cookie and topped with a marshmallow buttercream frosting.
Sometimes you crave a caramel sugar bomb sort of candy bar, and sometimes you want something a bit more refined.