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How to Celebrate Thanksgiving Without the Turkey

How to Celebrate Thanksgiving Without the Turkey

December 2, 2016

By: Erin Lynch ’18 & Alexandra Sprouls ’19 While the main Thanksgiving meal is notoriously the turkey, vegetarians and vegans instead choose to reach for the sides to stay in line with their morals. The difference between vegetarians and vegans is that vegetarians generally solely refrain from...

Nutrition enhances performances of teen athletes

Clinical nutritionist Donna Brown speaking at the Westport Public Library.

Ashton Dedona, Staff Writer

April 7, 2016

Clinical nutritionist Donna Brown and principal of Nutrition Kitchen talked to Westport parents at the Westport public library on March 29th about healthy nutrition and diets for teen athletes. Brown’s goal is to make sure young athletes are performing at their best. A study was shown between two hockey teams...

Students give the skinny on school dance diets

Students give the skinny on school dance diets

Katie Settos, Creative Director

April 2, 2015

Sitting in the cafeteria, a girl pushes around a salad she won’t dare to eat. Needing some encouragement, she steals a quick peek at a picture she saved on her phone of the model of her Counties dress, a dress she ordered several sizes too small. Slugging through the day on an empty stomach, she hauls...

5 ways to bounce back from the Thanksgiving binge

5 ways to bounce back from the Thanksgiving binge

November 26, 2014

It happens to all of us: squeezing and squirming to buckle your jeans you fit into last week as your food baby belly hangs. Thanksgiving meals are a carb overload binge filled with greasy gravy, creamy casseroles, pumpkin pie, stuffing and of course- turkey. After gobbling down this meal, the last thing...

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