March Giveaway Winners!

The Winners of our March $20 Giftcard Giveaway are….. Congratulation’s to Betty Nordstrom and Kristi Porter, our most recent winners! Thank you so much for being a subscriber and visitor of OKC’s Best Cheesecake Recipes. Our next drawing will be April 1st, if you haven’t subscribed to our Newsletter yet, take 30 seconds and get … Continue reading

February Giveaway Winners!

The Winners of our February $20 Giftcard Giveaway are….. Congratulation’s to John Holtgrew and Jan Musick, our most recent winners! Thank you so much for being a subscriber and visitor of OKC’s Best Cheesecake Recipes. Our next drawing will be March 1st, if you haven’t subscribed to our Newsletter yet, take 30 seconds and get … Continue reading

November Giveaway Winners!

The Winners of our November $20 Giftcard Giveaway are….. Congratulation’s to Mary Chastain and Elaine Karmel, our most recent winners! Thank you so much for being a subscriber and visitor of OKC’s Best Cheesecake Recipes.   Our next drawing will be December 1st, if you haven’t subscribed to our Newsletter yet, take 30 seconds and get … Continue reading

Healthy Meal Idea!

 Need a healthy meal idea before baking with one of our best cheesecake recipes? Our good friend Cassandra over at Healthy29.com was kind enough to donate an article to help us all think a bit healthier for dinner before we indulge in our favorite cheesecake recipe! Beans: The Magical Fruit Written by: Casandra Gout of … Continue reading

Fitness Myth

Running on a treadmill puts less stress on your knees than running on asphalt or pavement. “Running is a great workout, but it can impact the knees — and since it’s the force of your body weight on your joints that causes the stress, it’s the same whether you’re on a treadmill or on asphalt,” … Continue reading

Just posted on MSNBC, interesting read regarding Vitamins

borrowed from MyHealthNewsDaily via MSNBC Most in U.S. get enough vitamins, nutrients By MyHealthNewsDaily Staff Americans may not eat the healthiest diets, but most get adequate levels of essential vitamins and nutrients, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. For most nutrients, less than 10 percent of the population … Continue reading

Interesting!!! borrowed from Webmd

Why Trying to Be Good Is a Bad Idea WebMD Feature from “Redbook” Magazine The instant you label any food or behavior “good” or “bad,” you’re practically guaranteeing you won’t reach your goals, warns Redbook’s Real-Life Healthy Life nutrition expert Lisa Young: A single falter (a clandestine donut or skipped workout) is interpreted by your … Continue reading

Got a Migrain?

Take fresh Ginger at the onset of a Migrain! Aside from ginger giving us that strong peppery taste that flavors our food so well, according to a study done at a University in Denmark, ginger has been successful in relieving the pain associated with migraines.  The earlier you take it, the faster it works. It … Continue reading