Like the chicken vs. egg debate, a new report out this week by the American Heart Association once again raises the question, “Is it more important to mind what you eat, or when you eat?” While there is still truth that both are important, this report helps highlight that timing is clearly an important factor.
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Try this delicious chili from the recipe files of our Senior Executive Chef Donald Miller.