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Spinach - Nutrition and Calcium
Spinach, beloved vegetable of Popeye, is a vitamin powerhouse. It's got iron, calcium, vitamin A, Folates, Vitamin C, Vitamin K and much more! Learn more about how to easily incorporate spinach in your weekly diet.
Spinach and Red Pepper Salad Recipe
Looking for a quick and easy recipe? Try this spinach and red pepper salad recipe, which has great nutrition and flavor too!
Spinach and Tomato Salad
A salad is a great midday lift that is fresh and refreshing. This salad features spinach, tomato, and a red wine dressing.
Spinach Cheese & Artichoke Dip - TGI Fridays
If you're looking for a healthy snack that is tasty and super easy, I highly recommend this spinach cheese & artichoke dip. It microwaves in about 3 minutes, has almost no sugar, has 2g of protein, and 10% of your vitamin A too!
Spinach Mushroom Wrap Recipe
Spinach is incredibly healthy, and also quite easy to grow in your back yard. Here´s a delicious spinach wrap recipe that is full of nutrients!
Splenda Sucralose - an Atkins Sweetener
If you´re watching your weight, Splenda is a name you´re going to love. This diet substance has extremely low calories and carbs, and tastes JUST like sugar!
Sportline 360 Fitness Pedometer
The Sportline 360 Fitness Pedometer is an easy to use hip-clip pedometer with a flip-down interface. While it should be a great little unit, various flaws keep it from being useful.
Squeezable Ken's Steak House Ranch
Squeezable Ken's Steak House Ranch is a great dressing and dip for healthy eating of salads, carrot and celery sticks. It has only 2g of carbs per serving and no trans fats.
Squishy Fat / Loose Fat
If you've been obese for a while, you might be used to your fat being relatively hard - pushing out the skin. As you loose weight, that fat will become squishy / loose.
Squishy Food List
I recently had surgery to fix a deviated septum. This meant I could only eat soft, squishy foods for a number of days. How do you eat squishy foods and still manage to eat *healthy* foods?
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