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8 Handy Kitchen Products To Help You Eat Healthier On Your Weight Loss Journey

8 Handy Kitchen Products To Help You Eat Healthier On Your Weight Loss Journey

You know what they say — summer bodies are made in the winter. And with temperatures beginning to drop, now is as good a time as ever to begin to focus our minds, bodies and spirits for healthy living during the colder months in quarantine.

Between virtual learning and remote work, however, many people don’t feel they can’t devote more than 30 minutes a day to prepare a meal. That’s why it’s essential to have the right kitchen tools to help you cook smarter on your weight loss journey.

Because the right kitchen tools can help you simplify home cooking and maybe even help you shed a few pounds in the process, we’ve outlined the best products to help you if you’re trying to lose weight by changing your diet.

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Dems in Key House Races Fear Loss of Critical Student Votes With College Campuses Empty

In a COVID-less world, Dylan Taylor would be in East Lansing now, spending his free time at a table outside the dorms at Michigan State University beckoning fellow Spartans to register to vote. Instead, the 19-year-old treasurer of the MSU Young Democrats is stuck living with his parents in the Detroit suburb of Madison Heights, attending classes via Zoom and trying to replicate election-year campus activism remotely with concepts like “Friend Banking.” “You text people you know and ask them, ‘Are you registered to vote?'” he says. “It is a skewed sample. Everyone says, ‘I’m already registered.’ And then I’m done. It is a lot less effective than being on campus.”



a group of people sitting at a park: Sparsely populated college campuses due to COVID limitations on in-person learning could prove problematic for some Democratic Congressional candidates who rely on student votes and campaign volunteers to help them get elected.


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Sparsely populated college campuses due to COVID limitations on in-person learning could prove problematic for some Democratic Congressional candidates who rely on student votes and campaign volunteers to help them get elected.

For Democrats in

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