Food of the Week – Parsley

November 26, 2011
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Food of the Week – Parsley

Yes, parsley. Mainly viewed as the red-headed stepchild of the herb family. Most people consider parsley simply as a garnishing herb and is tossed out once their meal is devoured. Before tossing that parsley, let’s consider the benefits of of this nutrient-rich herb that can stand on it’s own in a room with cinnamon,...

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Become a Food Label Detective

February 29, 2012
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One of the first steps to eating healthier is understanding how to read food labels. It is important that you start looking at the ingredients label of everything (and yes, I mean everything) that you buy or eat. Sometimes we don’t know or even want to know so they may not alarm us as they...

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5 Free Ways to Eliminate Menstrual Cramping

February 21, 2012
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Experiencing menstrual cramps is not fun at all. The intensity of cramps vary in every woman leaving some with bearable pain and others with pains that prevent them from regular daily activities. The good news is that menstrual cramping can truly be a thing of the past WITHOUT drugs or surgery. At the tender...

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Are You Pooing Correctly?

February 14, 2012
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How Bathroom Posture Affects Your Health I know this is not a very sexy topic but it needs to be discussed. Most people do not realize that their “poo position” may be doing more harm than good. Many of us in the western societies we taught to simply sit on the toilet as you...

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Chi Chi Chi Chia!

December 27, 2011
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Chia seeds are much more than the Chia Pet that we remember from back in the day. Although flax seeds receives much of the spotlight, chia seeds provides many more benefits than flax seeds. Chia seeds come from a plant related to the mint family and is typically grown in the southwestern part of...

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