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Walmart's Great Value frozen cherries recalled for listeria risk

By News Desk

Some frozen, organic, sweet, pitted cherries packaged under Walmart's Great Value brand are under recall after producer Sunrise Growers Inc. found Listeria monocytogenes during routine testing. Distribution details — such cities and states — were incomplete in the recall notice, posted Wednesday on the Food and Drug Administration's website. Sunrise Growers shipped the frozen organic... Continue Reading

More than 10 tons of chicken kabobs recalled for Listeria

By News Desk

A Canadian company is recalling more than 20,000 pounds of chicken skewer products from U.S. stores because American officials found Listeria monocytogenes during a routine foreign shipment inspection. Expresco Foods Inc. of Montréal, Québec, distributed the 20,446 pounds of "fully cooked chicken skewer items" before the recall notice was posted by the USDA's Food Safety... Continue Reading

Arkansas Salmonella outbreak centers on Stuttgart restaurant

By News Desk

Epidemiological work by the Arkansas Department of Health suggests an outbreak involving as many as 30 people in the Stuttgart, AR, is likely centered on the local Chuck Wagon Restaurant. In a statement Wednesday, the department (ADH) said it has four confirmed cases of salmonella in the outbreak, which it began investigating Aug. 18. The... Continue Reading

Men who go vegetarian more likely to have serious depression

By Dan Flynn

Remove meat from a man’s diet, and he may well slip into depression. The current issue of the prestigious Journal of Affective Disorders, which includes the report entitled “Vegetarian diets and depressive symptoms among men,” comes to that conclusion. Mental health benefits and risks of vegetarian diets are subjects about which little is known, according... Continue Reading

New York dairy recalls cheese after positive test for Listeria

By Kelsey M. Mackin

A Cayuga County, NY, dairy is recalling three kinds of cheese because it has tested positive for Listeria, which can cause serious infections. A food safety alert posted by the New York State Department of Agriculture warns consumers not to eat “Old Fashioned Raw Milk Monterey Jack,” “Horseradish Monterey Jack” or “Chipotle Adobo Monterey Jack” cheeses, produced by Ripley Dairy LLC,... Continue Reading

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Do You Expect Progress or Perfection?
Week of 08/24/2017 - Featured Blog Post
Do You Expect Progress or Perfection?

I'm feeling really good about myself. Every time I meet one of my small goals, like taking the top bun off my burger or ordering a side salad instead of fries, it's a powerful feeling. Today, I ordered a single scoop of ice cream at the same time I ordered my lunch. If I had waited until after I ate, I'm pretty sure I wouldn't have eaten the ice cream. I was full and satisfied.

There was no perfection. I was at a fast food restaurant and I ordered dessert, but the choices were an improvement over what I would have done in the past. Also, I was making note of what I could improve in the future.

Then I skipped a family bicycle ride. I had made a commitment to do the bicycle ride and let everyone down (especially myself).

Suddenly, I'm a failure. I wasn't making enough changes. I'm not making the necessary changes. I wasn't doing enough. I'm tempted to chuck it all, but I won't.

Back to my small goals:
No french fries or potato chips, make another choice for a side.
Eat a fruit and/or vegetable with every meal.
Eat my vegetables first to feel fuller.
Drink a glass of water before each meal.
Drink more water than diet soda.
Reduce my bread by one half.
Exercise 20 minutes each day.
Park farther away and walk.
Break your 12 hour fast with a healthy breakfast.
Journal 3 good things you've done each day.

What small ways can you measure progress today?

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