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Newman's Own Organic Snack Bites Beef -- 4.5 oz


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Newman's Own Organic Snack Bites Beef -- 4.5 oz

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Newman's Own Organic Snack Bites Beef Description

  • 100% Profits to Charity
  • Organics Snack Bites
  • Beef Recipe
  • Organic Farm Raised Beef is the #1 Ingredient
  • Soft, breakable treats your pup will love! Use them for training or rewards.

    *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


    Supplement Facts
    Servings per Container: 0
    Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
    Crude Protein (min)25%
    Crude Fat (min)14%
    Crude Fiber (max)3%
    Moisture (max)24%
    Other Ingredients: Organic Beef, Organic Chickpeas, Organic Molasses, Coconut Glycerin, Sea Salt, Organic Apple Cider Vinegar, Mixed Tocopherol (preservative).
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    March is National Nutrition Month, which is a great reminder that with a little practice, simple daily choices can become healthy habits for life. Why not work on a few at a time and gradually build them into your repertoire?

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    1. Enjoy produce at every meal

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    Mindfulness is about focusing intentionally on the present. The practice of mindful eating allows you to take a moment for soul-nourishing gratitude before savoring your food. Dining this way also slows down your intake, which helps discourage overeating since it takes at least 20 minutes for your brain to register that you are full. Food expands inside after you consume it as well, so by slowing down, you will attain a feeling of satiety without getting uncomfortably stuffed.

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    It’s been said that we are only as healthy as our gut. And indeed, much of our immune system resides within our intestines. To nurture gut wellness, take advantage of fermented/cultured foods and beverages daily, such as kombucha, yogurt and kefir, sauerkraut, kimchee and miso, to name a few. Ever try flavor-packed kimchee sauerkraut?

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    4. Simplify your meals

    Preparing whole food entrées often requires planning, which explains why many busy people grab take-out fare more often than they might like. And yet, making healthy food at home can be easy if you keep it simple. Take one-dish meals for example. Instead of several courses, opt for “all in one” entrées, such as big, filling salads, stir frys, soups and casseroles that boast the winning trifecta of protein, colorful produce and healthy fat.

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    All these small changes offer big rewards, so dig into the ideas that appeal. Here’s to a healthy, happy spring!

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