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Healthy Eating for Healthy Smiles

So you’ve brushed and flossed today, but have you eaten your salmon? Researchers at Harvard & Boston Universities followed nearly 9,200 adults for 5 years and learned that those who consumed two weekly servings of fish were nearly 30% less likely to have periodontitis than those who ate less omega-3 fatty acids.  You might want to rethink your dinner tonight and try fish for a healthier smile!

Why not expand your cooking horizons this month and let JUST IN THYME CUISINE teach you the art of simple cooking.  Receive a discount of 20% off cooking classes through July 31, 2011.  Gain the skills that allow busy people to prepare tasty meals with fresh ingredients as an alternative to a trip through a local drive-thru.  It’s refreshingly simple!

Consider attending a class in the kitchen of Just in Thyme, or host a class for a group of your friends in your own kitchen.  Menus are tailored to your needs and everyone will have fun.  Visit www.JustInThymeCuisine.com or call 512-347-0044 to book your session.

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HOW IT WORKS
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