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- Blend four ripe bananas. Add 1 tablespoon each of maple syrup, cocoa powder and vanilla extract in a blender and freeze. This treat tastes like chocolate sorbet and is from the South Beach Diet.
- Melt good quality dark or milk chocolate in the microwave for 30 to 60 seconds. Dip fresh, sliced apples and strawberries in it.
- Try Dole Fruit Dippers, Yasso frozen Greek yogurt bars, and Outshine frozen fruit bars.
- Mix whole milk cottage cheese or ricotta cheese with strawberry preserves.
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As we age, it takes a little longer to recover from exercise. But that doesn’t mean that as women “of a certain age,” or men for that matter, we should hang up our sneakers. In fact, there’s something to the adage, “use it or lose it!” The truth is being a weekend warrior may even add a few years to your life!
If you start sneezing or coughing at the first signs of spring, you may have seasonal allergies. Depending on where you live, spring allergies can begin as early as February and last until the start of summer. Here’s what you can do to combat these allergies and make it through the season.