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Gluten Intolerance and Side Pain Symptoms: The Struggle is Real

Gluten. For those who think it’s a made up issue… Know: the struggle is real. Couple months back my doc informed me while I still have gluten intolerance despite cleansing/healing for a solid year that I could probably be okay

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Dietary Advice for Seasonal Eating: Autumn Harvest

15 Fall Foods

Ever notice how as Autumn arrives we get an uncontrollable liking for pungent salty heavier foods, like root vegetables, awesome in Chili and soups; butternut squash soup, and vegetable soups? How much are you craving blueberries and cucumbers right now?

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Your Body Needs You to Listen, and Speak Out

  Please read my sister’s words after two emergency surgeries. The link to her blog is below this excerpt from her blog: “Trying to do the Right Thing.  I feel great and I eat well, but I like to have

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The Terrible Tragedy of the Healthy Eater

The Terrible Tragedy of the Healthy EaterOrginal Post, August 1, 2012 by Erica I know you. We have a lot in common. You have been doing some reading and now you are pretty sure everything in the grocery store and

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An Apple A Day Doesn’t Keep The Doctor Away

It has been said, an apple a day keeps the doctor away. Commercialization of produce development has evolved from wild varietals filled with healthy phytonutrition with powerful medicinal effects in the body to high sugar nutritionally deplete versions today (developed

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