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Category Archives: Food

All About Artichokes

This week is all about Artichokes since they are abundant in the Pacific Northwest and absolutely gorgeous.
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Yoga of Food Blog, Eating Good Feels Good, by Sorrel Weiss

Yoga of Food recipes for vegan organic goodness. Read these delicious morsels of wisdom and absorb more at
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Night Eating Syndrome—What is it, and What Can You Do About It?

Here are some signs, some facts, and some things you can do about night eating syndrome.
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Holiday Time with Natural Sugars with ZERO Calories

Dr. Ramsey shares her expertise on healthy and unhealthy sugar sources and a few delicious and "nutritious" recipes.
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Award Winning Superfood Vegan Veggie Thanksgiving Steamed Stir Fry Recipe – by Cara Cifelli

Award winning recipe - vegan superfood veggie stir fry (over 20 superfoods)
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Salmon is low in calories and saturated fats and high in omega-3 fatty acids (EPA and DHA), protein, antioxidants and other vitamins and minerals. Salmon promotes brain health, cardiovascular health, increased energy and circulation, reduced hypertension, lowers triglycerides, prevention of cancer and Alzheimer’s disease, and may reduce the risk of stroke. Learn more about salmon's health benefits and cooking tips.
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Wheatgrass is considered by many one of nature’s land based superfoods. It provides chlorophyll, amino acids, minerals, vitamins, and enzymes. It derives from the cotyledons (the embryo within the seed of a plant) of the common wheat plant. It is often found in juice bars served alone in one ounce shots (they taste exactly like the smell of fresh cut grass) or mixed in with other fruit or vegetable drinks. Wheatgrass is often found in superfood concentrate supplements as are barley grass, oat grass, chlorella and spirulina. Many claim wheatgrass has unique curative properties originating from Wheatgrass proponent Schnabel who in the 1940s claimed that wheatgrass’s overall nutritional value to that of ordinary garden vegetables is a ratio of 1:23.
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Hemp Food Nutrients Explain Its Growing Use and Rapidly Expanding Markets

Hemp foods are expanding onto the shelves of grocery and natural food stores across North America. By definition, these are foods containing whole hemp seeds or the oil, nut (hulled seed) and/or flour (ground seed cake) derived from the seeds. Examples of currently available hemp food products include protein supplements (expect to see hemp increasingly [...]
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There’s so much confusion about nutrition today. How do you sort it all out? by Dr. Ron Schmid

I've taught nutrition at all four of the accredited naturopathic medical schools in the United States. I served as the Clinic Director and Chief Medical Officer at one of them. I’m the author of Traditional Foods Are Your Best Medicine, and there is no valid reason for the confusion over nutrition today.
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By: Dr. Tricia Pingel, NMD Recent research is showing that women with higher levels of estriol as opposed to estrone and estradiol are more likely to be long term survivors of breast cancer. Estrogens are made up of three components: Estrone (E1), Estradiol (E2), and Estriol (E3). In a healthy woman who is still menstruating, estrone should make up approximately 3-5%, [...]
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Propolis The Honey Bee is one of the most highly organized insect in nature. Honey is a favorite in tea, on oatmeal or to naturally flavor many other foods.  Honey, however, is not the only noteworthy product of these amazing insects. Propolis, also called ‘bee glue,’ is a sticky resin that is found in the bark [...]
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Senior Malnutrition Epidemic

Key signs and symptoms of poor nutritional status include the loss of muscle mass, weight loss and fatigue. In turn, the malnourished are more vulnerable to falls and fractures, recover more slowly from surgery and have an increased risk of influenza and pneumonia and other illnesses.
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Spirulina – One of Nature’s Top Superfoods

Amongst the superfoods, Spirulina will always be at or near the top of the list. A myriad of health benefits derive from Spirulina
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