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WINTER WARM-UP Whether you love New England winters or not, one thing is for sure: they're cold. There's truly no better tasty way to warm up than with home-cooked foods and beverages. Enjoy the season ahead with these treats that pack an immunity punch. Hot Tea January is National Hot Tea Month so grab a mug! Caffeine content and calorie-for-calorie, there's no better beverage to melt the chill away. Made from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant or a mixture of herbs and flowers, hot teas and tea tinctures are packed with nutrition. Black, oolong, green and white teas come from Camellia sinensis leaves and provide antioxidants called polyphenols, such as catechins and flavonoids. And although the complementary and alternative medicine status makes tea tinctures such as chamomile, peppermint and hibiscus a bit controversial, research on their antioxidant content and health benefits continue. Compared with 95 to 200 milligrams caffeine per cup for regular coffee, tea offers caffeine savings. Black teas are said to provide between 15 to 60 milligrams caffeine per cup, whereas green tea ranges from 25 to 40 milligrams. Choose decaf versions for even less at 1 to 8 milligrams per cup or tea tinctures that are typically caffeine free. Nutrition tips • Food tastings • Living Well Eating Smart recipes • Pharmacist meet and greets (Pharmacy stores only) • Samples, giveaways and much more! HAVE A NUTRITION QUESTION? ASK BIG Y'S WELLNESS TEAM: Big Y's Registered Dietitians, Carrie Taylor, RD, LDN & Andrea Luttrell, RD, LDN LivingWell Eating Smart® Web page and post a question Write to: Living Well 2145 Roosevelt Ave. PO Box 7840 Springfield, MA 01102 Send e-mails to: livingwell@bigy.com r…S tew SIMPLY SAUTÉ AROMATIC VEGETABLES LIKE GARLIC, ONION AND CELERY AND ADD POWERHOUSE VEGETABLES FROM YOUR KITCHEN LIKE SQUASH, KALE AND BEANS. SPRINKLE WITH HERBS AND SHOWER WITH LOW SODIUM COOKING STOCK FOR AN INSTANT CUP OF WARMTH WITH ANTIOXIDANTS. VISIT ANY BIG Y LOCATION ON FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, FROM 11A.M.-6P.M. FOR THIS MONTH'S SMOKING CESSATION & NUTRITION RESOLUTIONS THEME FOR: Visit BigY.com's m Up with… o S ar up W …o THERE'S NO NEED TO BE A CHEF IN ORDER TO MAKE SOUP OR STEW FROM SCRATCH. GO FOR IT AND SEE JUST HOW EASY COOKING UP A BOWL OF HOMEMADE DELICIOUSNESS CAN BE. GET INFORMED & INSPIRED WITH US! Become a fan on Facebook – LivingWellEatingSmart Follow us on Twitter – @BigYLWES BigYLWESTeam Kale & White Bean Soup Serves 4 1 1 2 2 Tbsp. Big Y® extra virgin olive oil (NuVal® Score - 11) onion, chopped (NuVal® Score - 93) garlic cloves, chopped (NuVal® Score - 91) 15-oz. cans Goya® low sodium white beans (NuVal® Score - 81) Click here to print 1 14.5-oz. can Big Y® no-salt-added diced tomatoes recipe (NuVal® Score - 82) ® 32 oz. Kitchen Basics unsalted chicken cooking stock (NuVal® Score - 4) 5 cups baby kale (NuVal® Score - 99) – McCormick® Grill Mates® 25% less sodium Montreal Steak® Seasoning, to taste 1. Heat oil in pot; add onion and garlic. Sauté until tender, about 5 minutes. 2. Add beans, tomatoes and broth; bring to a boil and then down to a simmer. 3. Add kale and simmer until tender, about 5 minutes. 4. Season to taste with Montreal Seasoning and serve.

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