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Spring forward with healthy food choices

4/6/2017

Now that spring is finally here, I’m planning to spend as much time as possible in the garden and on my bike. So I’m trying my best to keep my energy level up by getting enough sleep, taking the time to exercise most days and making a few healthy changes in my diet.

Want to eat healthier? Don’t forget dairy, meat and eggs

4/6/2017

High-protein diets remain a big trend in the health and fitness world, and for good reason.

Fill up on spring fruits and veggies

4/6/2017

Iowa ranks as the 14th healthiest state in the nation, according to the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index. But there’s plenty of room for improvement.

Cheeseburgers with a side of rock n’ roll

4/6/2017

Surf District Rock ‘n Roll Grill has only been open a couple months, but it already has earned buzz as a must-see destination for Clear Lake vacationers, including RAGBRAI cyclists who will roll through town later this summer.

Video: Ethanol technology reducing greenhouse gas emissions

4/6/2017

See how technological advancements in ethanol production are benefitting the environment and consumers’ wallets.

Question: How do Iowa farmers ensure the well-being of their farm animals?

4/6/2017

Animal well-being ranks as a “top-of-mind” issue for today’s livestock farmers, says James Dickson, an animal science professor at Iowa State University.

Recipe: Beef sausage and egg muffin cups

4/6/2017

Recipe from the Iowa Beef Industry Council

”Simply” confused about food trends

11/9/2016

Sometimes when life gets crazy busy, a new trend will pop up out of nowhere, like the Pokemon Go craze this summer, and I’ll be left behind asking: “How did this become a thing?”

Why are turkeys bigger? It’s genetics, not hormones

11/9/2016

You don't need to spend more for a healthy, nutritious Thanksgiving turkey — unless you want to.

Iowa’s newest crop: Hops for craft beer

11/9/2016

The craft beer craze has hit Iowa in a big way, with new breweries popping up in small towns and urban hot spots throughout the state. And Iowa farmers are tapping into this emerging market, growing the high-quality hops that give craft beers their unique flavor.

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