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A Healthier Way to Enjoy Coffee

Carolina Sanchez

Coffee is not so bad if drank solo, but it is typically accompanied by a few supporting actors like sugar and dairy. The addition of these ingredients to coffee can quickly transform an average cup of joy into a vehicle for calories and fat, leading to blood sugar spikes and crashes, resulting in more coffee drinking throughout the day.

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Working Out in a Winter Wonderland

Carolina Sanchez

Exercising in the cold is not always pleasant, especially when the ground turns into a slip-and-slide and running shoes are unsuitable for trekking through the snow or insulating your feet. However, there are many great ways to exercise outside– yes, even in the dead of winter. Weight-gain is typically synonymous with the winter, but it does not have to be. My last article focused on tips for eating healthy during the holidays, but having a consistent workout routine during the year is also key for many reasons other than shedding a few kilos.

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Carolina's Fruit Pick of the Week: Cherimoyas

Carolina Sanchez

This fruit is one of my absolute favorites! It brings me back to my childhood memories of seeing its peculiar green (brownish when ripe) scales in Spanish markets and handing over my pesetas (now Euros) to the frutero and running home to cut it open and indulge in its custard-like white, creamy flesh. When it's perfectly ripe, it melts in your mouth.

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