cooking

Cooking classes offer cancer patients a different type of support

Barbara Edwards is a cancer survivor who recently discovered a renewed passion for cooking. “I’ve been coming to this class for two years,” Barbara said. “I now cook two-to-three times a week, share the class’ recipes on Facebook and with my non-profit group and my family always requests that I make certain dishes.” Barbara, who …

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Cooking for two made easy

When you’re cooking for just two, sometimes grabbing takeout or a microwave dinner seems easier than putting together a balanced meal. Most recipes are built for a family of four to six, and fresh produce seems to go bad before it’s used. But your eating habits and weight don’t have to suffer just because it’s only two …

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Creating Optimal Health Through Functional Medicine

Last Tuesday night, I sat in a downtown Dallas Art’s District auditorium that was filled with people interested in food. There was no cooking demonstration. The special of the day was a free talk by Dr. Mark Hyman, chairman of the Institute for Functional Medicine. What is functional medicine? According to Dr. Hyman, “functional medicine …

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