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New enhanced community listings!  If you are in the early stages of research in FL, MA, NJ, PA, CA and MD and are not ready to be contacted by a salesperson we've done your homework .  . . View community videos/galleries, see homes for sale (new or resale) and CONTACT THE COMMUNITY WHEN YOU ARE READY!  Active Adult Living has been on the internet since 1998 - longer by far than any other web sites out there.  Active Adult Living has done the homework when it comes to 55+ age restricted active adult communities.  We feature acti...read more

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Discover Coconut Oil


Before I delve into the wonder that is coconut oil, I will start with the science. Considered a "healthy fat," this oil is high in lauric acid which can help lower bad cholesterol or LDL.  Yes it's high in saturated fat, but it's composed of medium chain triglycerides that the body can readily convert to energy.  It has earned quite the reputation with health savvy folks, and can be found in virtually any health food store.

It's high smoke point makes it fabulous for frying and sautéing.  If you don't mind a mellow coconut flavor, it will transform stir fries, and roast...read more

What is an Ancient Grain?


Walking through your grocery store you may have noticed alternatives to the usual rice and barley selection. Going against the grain has become more common whether it's to adopt a gluten free lifestyle, or just wanting a more healthful option.  The interesting thing about these "ancient grains" or sometimes called "pseudo-grains," is they aren't actually grains at all!  They are seeds, and grasses that can be prepared in a similar fashion to rice or couscous. Quinoa, buckwheat, and millet are some common varieties you may have seen around, and maybe you passed them by thinking they sounded way...read more