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An important part of the Nutritional Balancing Program is to eat cooked vegetables. Clients often wonder why? Just as a quick overview, the  diet also includes some animal quality protein daily, a little raw dairy products, and some whole grains, but not wheat and spelt.  Slow oxidizers need more complex carbohydrates, while fast oxidizers must substitute […]

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          The slow cooker is a simple method you can use to cook up some wonderful hot meals without spending all day in the kitchen. You  all know that I like veggies, lots of veggies in your diet. These mineral rich foods will power up your body and support your immune […]

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                            Most of us do not pay attention to these mysterious marvels. They should be  much more celebrated. Turnips for example are one of those high volume foods that can fill you up without adding lots of calories to your diet.  Turnip […]

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Taking excellent care of our young ones is a one of the best gifts parents can give to their children to ensure their optimal health as they grow and mature. This is imperative as youngsters are building an intricate system of physiologic processes and laying down physical structures for a lifetime. Their bodies are undergoing […]

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We Got the Beet

Remember all those Russian centenarians? My grandmother is 98 and she always had these root vegetables as part of her weekly menu.  Beets, often consumed by  pickling or in borscht, the traditional Russian soup, may be one reason behind their long and healthy lives. These colorful rooties contain powerful nutrient compounds that help protect against […]

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“Choose what is best; habit will soon follow.” Every day we face many choices. If you think about it, each moment of the day we are making choices. We choose what we think, what we eat, what we say, what we feel what we imagine and how we react. We are a sum of our […]

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Which is Healthier for you? Raw vs. Cooked Vegetables Raw Food enthusiasts make some serious assertions about the benefits of eating raw foods. They state that food in its natural state has its full complement of vitamins, minerals, food enzymes and much more. Moreover, if one wants the maximum amounts of these nutrients in a […]

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