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Cooking 101: 8 Healthy Cooking Techniques That You Should Know

12.19.2019 0 comments
Did you know that the way you cook your food is almost as important as what you eat? Think about it: if you deep-fry your food in oil, you’re going to end up consuming a lot more trans fats and calories (from the oil) than you would if you baked or steamed the food.  The “how” matters as much as the “what”!
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5 Anti-Inflammatory Drinks You Can Sip All Day Long

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Inflammation is one of the greatest threats to your health! Did you know that inflammation is a sign of internal damage? Not just big damage like a broken bone, or a sprained ankle. We’re talking micro-damage, like tissue in your intestines being destroyed or your joints being slowly brown down by an auto-immune condition. Low-grade inflammation is...
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Your Summer Eating Guide: 7 Seasonal Foods in Fashion!

11.19.2019 0 comments
The weather is hot, which means you should be looking for foods that are cool, refreshing, or light. Instead of loading up on steaming-hot, heavy meals, time to find the summer meals that are great for your waistline and your internal thermostat. Here are the seasonal foods and dishes you should definitely start loading up on this summer: Zucchini There...
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Clean vs. Dirty Keto [Must-Read for Keto Followers]

11.19.2019 0 comments By Dr. Robert Silverman
The ketogenic diet has helped countless people who have struggled with managing their weight. But it is a diet that has now been split into two different diets: one diet’s been around for over 100 years; the other is a new spin for modern eating habits: How do you decide whether eating clean versus dirty keto is the right diet for you?
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4 Strategies to Transition off Keto Safely—and What to Expect

11.19.2019 0 comments By Dr. Robert Silverman
Many people come off the ketogenic diet when their health goals—weight loss, performance, or otherwise—have been achieved or when their healthcare practitioner has recommended a dietary change. While it is difficult to predict what physical effects an individual will experience when transitioning off keto, here are some common effects to look out for—and...
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3 Herbs to Boost Creativity

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Sometimes we think of creative people as somehow special or unique. Artists, musicians, and writers are just a few of the individuals who are commonly thought of as “creative”. However, creativity is inherent to all of us! And what’s more, having a creative outlet is essential to our wellbeing. Research has shown that there are measurable health benefits...
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Three Superfoods You Probably Already Have in Your Kitchen

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Superfoods get their name from the very high levels of nutrients in a single serving of the foods. Some well-known, but obscure superfoods include things like goji berries and chaga mushrooms. If you’re like us, you can’t recall a time that you saw either of these at your local supermarket. However, superfoods do not need to be obscure or hard to find!...
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Activated Charcoal: 4 Surprising Benefits of This Ancient Remedy

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When you hear the word charcoal, you may be thinking of the briquettes used in a charcoal grill or the charred remains after a campfire. This is not the same substance that we’re talking about today. Activated charcoal has been used for thousands of years to treat illness, poisoning, and for general wellness. It’s used today in emergency rooms all over...
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Have Fruits and Veggies Become Less Nutritious?

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Have Fruits and Veggies Become Less Nutritious? If you compared a carrot today with a carrot from 40 years ago, you might be surprised to find the nutritional value of today’s carrot is noticeably lower. The carrot would still be loaded with Vitamin A, fiber, and other critical nutrients needed for your health, but there would be a bit less of all those...
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The 3 Very Real Dangers of Diet Soda

11.19.2019 0 comments
There was a time when “diet soda” was all the rage. People saw that there was no sugar in their Diet Coke or Sprite Zero, so they went wild and drank dozens of cans of the stuff every week. Boy, what a huge mistake that was! In the last decade, the dangerous effects of diet soda have become very visible and very real. People are suffering all sorts...
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