RSSArchive for February, 2011

Gluten Free Recipes:  Brussels Sprouts – Raw or Roasted They’re Antioxidant Rich

Feb

28

Gluten Free Recipes: Brussels Sprouts – Raw or Roasted They’re Antioxidant Rich

Brussels sprouts are an incredibly nutritious vegetable that offer protection from cardiovascular diseases as well as colon and prostate cancers.  Here are two recipes, very similar.  One is raw, marinated and warmed in the dehydrator.  The other is roasted. Both are antioxidant rich and delicious. Roasted Rosemary Brussels Sprouts 2 cups Brussels sprouts 1 teaspoon extra […]

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Boosting Your Nutrition and Protect Your Health with Brussels Sprouts

Feb

27

Boosting Your Nutrition and Protect Your Health with Brussels Sprouts

Lately I’veave been craving Brussels sprouts.  The odd part is I’ve never really liked Brussels sprouts. It all started one evening when my husband was out and I decided to surprise him with one of his favorite vegetables – Brussels sprouts. A friend had said her favorite way to make them was roasted.  I’d never […]

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7 Strategies to Reduce Belly Fat and Brain Fog

Feb

25

7 Strategies to Reduce Belly Fat and Brain Fog

Brain fog and belly fat are complaints I hear often in my practice.  In fact, I think they are almost epidemic. In my experience, the most common cause of both is stress.  When you experience stressful situations, your adrenal glands take action to protect you and ready you to fight or get away.  After all, […]

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Boost Your Energy with Cleansing and Detoxification

Feb

24

Boost Your Energy with Cleansing and Detoxification

  Periodic deep cleaning is a desirable thing. You may do it to your home, your car, even your pets. But chances are, you don’t even think about doing a periodic cleansing of your internal organs. Throughout the ages, various forms of cleansing have been used to rest, heal and restore mental clarity. Water and […]

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Raw Food Gluten-Free Diet Classes: Mouth Watering Tamales

Feb

18

Raw Food Gluten-Free Diet Classes: Mouth Watering Tamales

I love Mexican food, but getting wholesome, gluten and dairy free Mexican food can be a challenge.  Sure, I can go to a Mexican restaurant and get guacamole and salad, but what about  tamales, stuffed chiles, enchiladas…..my mouth waters just thinking about it. Turns out, making delicious authentic Mexican food is a skill you can […]

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Vibrant Health and Lasting Love for Valentines Day

Feb

14

Vibrant Health and Lasting Love for Valentines Day

How are you celebrating Valentine’s day? Mine started with a delicious smoothie made by my beloved, followed by 2 beautiful bouquets of flowers..one for downstairs and one for my office.  Then to top it off, there was a beautiful plate of fruit, a wine glass filled with fresh coconut water and connect time with him. […]

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Raw Food Recipes:  Gluten Free Dairy Free Valentines Day Treat

Feb

14

Raw Food Recipes: Gluten Free Dairy Free Valentines Day Treat

Valentine’s day has long been associated with sweet treats adorned upon those we love.  I see it as hardly an expression of love to gifts my beloveds with foods that will clog their arteries, increase their risk of cancer, imbalance their blood sugar and put them at risk for diabetes and overall zap their energy, […]

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The Great Health Debate:  Dr. Joe Mercola and Dr. Gabriel Cousens

Feb

6

The Great Health Debate: Dr. Joe Mercola and Dr. Gabriel Cousens

The The Great Health Debate , sponsored by Kevin Gianni of Renegade Health begins on February 6, 2011 with a debate between Dr. Joe Mercola and Dr. Gabriel Cousens. Here’s where you can post your comments about the  The Great Health Debate.  What did you learn?  who’s view resonates best with you? Register for the […]

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Vitamin D:  Are you getting enough?

Feb

6

Vitamin D: Are you getting enough?

Nature’s design is to offer us the ability to easily get enough Vitamin D.  We were born with the ability to convert sunlight to vitamin d.  Cool, huh? The only problem is we’re deficient in sunlight. Most of us work indoors.  And we’re taught by the “authorities” to be scared of  the sun because it’s […]

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