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The United Nations established World Tuna Day on the 2nd of May to raise awareness about the importance of tuna and to promote more sustainable fishing practices.Tuna Facts:1. Rich in omega-3 fatty acids, beneficial for heart health2. Rich in potassium, helps in lowering blood pressure3. Rich in manganese, zinc, vitamin C & selenium, strengthen the immune systemTuna tips: 1. Buy Tuna canned in water instead of oil and drain them and rinse them in clean water to reduce the sodium content.2. Remember that Fresh Tuna is lower in fat and sodium than canned Tuna however it has higher Mercury levels3. Limit your Tuna intake to...

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"I came across Rafika as the IAAND Lebanon Country Representative (International Affiliate of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics) as I continue to make this series more global. She seems to be at the forefront of dietetics in Lebanon which has its own challenges, but she still faces the misinformation and belief that dietitians just make meal plans and work in weight loss (yes, some do). International perspectives are great for reminding us of our differences and similarities. " By Stephanie Langdon

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نحن في  دايت سنتر حريصون دائمًا على الاحتفال بعيد الأم في المركز. هذا العام قرّرنا أن نفعل شيئا جديدا. لقد قمنا بمقابلة جميع الأمهات في المركز وسألناهن بعض الأسئلة حول تجاربهن و عوامل التحدي التي واجهنهن في الأمومة. لقد أحببنا إجاباتهن و قررنا مشاركتها معكم

و لكن قبل ذلك، نود أن نشكر جميع الأمهات على ما لم تستطع شرحه أو وصفه الكلمات.  أسعد الله جميع الأمهات! نحبكم جميعا

و لأمنا الحنون، السيدة سوسن وزان جبري، شكرًا لك على تحفيزنا دائمًا على الازدهار و دفعنا إلى تحقيق الأفضل دائمًا

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Experience, Health Tips, Summer, Travel, Vacation -

 

As Summer is approaching, here are a few tips to stay healthy when traveling!

 

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    Ever had stale bread by the end of the week lying around and you're never sure what to do with it? This delicious, warm, comforting dish is the ultimate indulgent meal that you can easily make at home! It's a lighter version of the all-time favorite Pain Perdu, with a loving Lebanese mother's twist! It's Sawsan's famous dish that her children and family long for when times get tough and all they need is a sweet, warm, ooey, gooey meal- perfect for blues! All she does is gather stale bread (i.e. dry and hard, not expired!) some low or non-fat...

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