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Osteoporosis? I’ve got good news…

For years now I have been struggling with osteopenia and now osteoporosis. I always thought I could handle it with food. Eating more greens, of the dark leafy kind, and I would be good. With each bone density my numbers kept going down.My OBGYN called me a couple...

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What’s really in your salad

Salad is the original health food, full of vitamins and nutrients and ideal for a healthier lifestyle. Just beware of dressings containing chemicals that could do more harm than good. Whether you’re eating your leafy greens as an entrée or on the side, make sure...

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What’s in your French fry?

While we were in Provincetown we went to an upscale restaurant that had been recommended to us. I only mention upscale because I want you to know that just because they are "upscale" and you are paying top dollar does not mean their food is upscale/healthy.   I...

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Should I buy Organic?

This is a question I get asked a lot and it is an important one. But before I answer, I want to share with you a few stats and then share with you what I’ve recently learned, and you can decide for yourself. • Roughly 80% of all American adults are either overweight...

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The most nutrient dense plants

Green vegetables are the foods most missing in modern diets. Learning to cook and eat greens is essential to creating health. When you nourish yourself with greens, you will naturally crowd out the foods that make you sick. Greens help build your internal rainforest...

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A Done for you Breakfast

Apple Pie Porridge (slow cooker) YIELDS 2 Servings * PREP TIME 10 mins * COOK TIME 8 hrs * TOTAL TIME 8 hrs 10 mins Picture this: You wake up to a delightful apple pie aroma that permeates your senses and gently nudges you in the morning as you move to start the day....

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What is TMAO? Is it bad for your health?

There’s a new molecule of interest in the ongoing investigation into what causes heart disease and other chronic conditions: TMAO. But where does TMAO come from? Why is it bad for your heart? And how can you minimize it in your body? Find out how TMAO affects your...

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Roasted Brussel Sprouts and Sweet Potato Salad

The Okinawan population in Japan has one of the longest life expectancies in the world. Researchers believe that this is due in great part to their plant-forward diet — including sweet potatoes, which make up approximately 60 percent of it. Sweet potatoes are...

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What you need to know about wheat, oats and chickpeas

What you need to know about wheat, oats and chickpeas...   If you are reading this and feeling bloated, brain fogged, fatigued, and having joint pain too - listen up! I'm going to tell you why and I'm also going to tell you you don't have to feel this way - you can...

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Creamy Arugula and White Bean Soup

Who needs cream when you have veggies? Ditch the saturated fat and add nutrient dense, disease-fighting vegetables like potatoes, leafy greens and white beans that create creamy textures and rich flavors that are good for your health. Ingredients 1 cup onion chopped1...

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