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May 9, 2019

How to Use Lavender (Grow It, Make Natural Remedies & More)

This post was originally published on this siteIt only takes a brief scroll through my home remedies and DIY recipes to know that lavender is by far one of my favorite herbs. Not only is is beautiful and fragrant in the… Continue Reading →

From Crispy Black Bean Tacos to Tres Leches Flan: Our Top 12 Recipes of the Day!

This post was originally published on this site These are the top vegan recipes of the day, and are now a part of the thousands of recipes on our Food Monster App! The post From Crispy Black Bean Tacos to… Continue Reading →

[PREVIEW] Butter burgers – Grillin’ with Keto Connect

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11 Healthy Non-Toxic Cookware and Kitchen Item Swaps You Should Make Now

This post was originally published on this siteCook Eat Paleo – Paleo, keto, and gluten-free recipes for quick and easy meals. As the saying goes, “you are what you eat.” But did you know you’re also what your food is… Continue Reading →

Almond Cheese

This post was originally published on this siteYield: 2 cups (6 to 8 servings) Excerpts from Raw Food Revolution Diet by Cherie Soria, Brenda Davis, RD and Vesanto Melina, MS, RD Ingredients: 2 cups almonds, hot soaked, peeled, and cold… Continue Reading →

The Role of Pesticides in Parkinson’s Disease

In the original description of Parkinson’s disease by none other than Dr. James Parkinson himself, he described a characteristic feature of the disease: constipation, which […]

The Keys to Stop Yourself from Procrastinating Right Now with Jim Kwik

This post was originally published on this siteIn today’s age of digital distraction, keeping to commitments in a timely manner has become increasingly difficult. But what would our lives be like if we could stop our procrastinating habits? In this… Continue Reading →

15 Delicious Ways to Make Potato Curry

This post was originally published on this site Potato curries are both filling and nutritious. Try these delicious potato curry recipes from the Food Monster App. The post 15 Delicious Ways to Make Potato Curry appeared first on One Green… Continue Reading →

Gut and Psychology Syndrome

This post was originally published on this siteI’m currently reading Gut and Psychology Syndrome for about the 1,000th time. No shame. It’s, hands down, one of the best “health” books I ever read, and is also one of the two… Continue Reading →

How to Manage Yeast Intolerance With Yeast-Free Plant-Based Foods

This post was originally published on this site For those that have recently found out they have an intolerance, have known for some time, or think they may, here’s a little information to help you manage it! The post How… Continue Reading →

15 Healthy, Alkaline Recipes To Recreate!

This post was originally published on this site Proponents of a high-alkaline diet believes that this style of eating can improve digestion and help prevent cancer, osteoporosis, allergies, obesity, fatigue, and other conditions. These alkaline recipes taste good but they also improve your… Continue Reading →

7 Things to Do with Your Overabundance of Homegrown Cucumbers and Summer Squash

This post was originally published on this site Put into perspective, it’s a fabulous problem to have so much fresh food it’s driving us mad, but at that moment, with zucchinis taking over the dinner table, we need a guiding… Continue Reading →

Tricks for Making Veggie Burgers That Won’t Fall Apart

This post was originally published on this site Craving a burger but want a veggie option? That’s a great idea since meat isn’t a healthy (or kind) choice when it comes to burgers. However, anyone who has ever tried to… Continue Reading →

This week’s meal plan: Low carb: Discover Latin America

This post was originally published on this site Our popular low-carb meal plans give you everything you need to succeed on a low-carb diet. Meal plans, recipes and shopping lists – no planning required! Adjust, switch or skip any meal… Continue Reading →

256: Decoding What Your Body Really Needs With Chris Masterjohn PhD

This post was originally published on this site All of my years of health research have led me to one conclusion: there’s no one-size-fits-all prescription for good health. Each of us needs a personalized approach when it comes diet and… Continue Reading →

Green Pea Curry Hummus

This post was originally published on this site Two things we love: Curry Paste and Hummus. So how could they not be delicious together? That’s what we thought. Spoiler alert: They’re a match made in culinary heaven. Let us show… Continue Reading →

087 | The Road to Fertility- A Mother’s Day Special | with Carrie Diaz

This post was originally published on this siteToday is a special one for you, as I have Carrie Diaz, an extremely special woman to me. Carrie has overcome a lot through the different obstacles and seasons of her life, and… Continue Reading →

ENCORE: Histamine Intolerance, Part 1

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#399: All About the Enneagram

This post was originally published on this siteTopics News and updates from Diane & Liz [2:00] Balanced Bites Master Class Beautycounter Baby Making and Beyond The Enneagram Types [22:08] The root of the types [30:47] Resources for typing [38:49] The… Continue Reading →

#399: All About the Enneagram

Topics News and updates from Diane & Liz [2:00] Balanced Bites Master Class Beautycounter Baby Making and Beyond The Enneagram Types [22:08] The root of the types [30:47] Resources for typing [38:49] The Balanced Bites husband types [41:28] Overcoming the… Continue Reading →

ENCORE: Histamine Intolerance, Part 2

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Green Pea Curry Hummus | Minimalist Baker Recipes

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Teicholz op-ed: New dietary guidelines to leave out 60% of population

This post was originally published on this site Award-winning investigative journalist Nina Teicholz is getting more high-profile coverage of her ongoing advocacy for better, evidence-based dietary guidelines for the US population. In a recent, hard-hitting commentary published in the influential… Continue Reading →

Skipping Easier On Knees Than Running

This post was originally published on this siteResearchers at East Carolina University measured the force put on knees by skipping and running to see which exercise takes less of a toll. Noting that every year an estimated 79 percent of runners report injuries the… Continue Reading →

Should You Be Taking Spirulina? 4 Things To Know

This post was originally published on this siteSpirulina, a green-blue algae that is sometimes referred to as a superfood and is available as a food and a supplement, should not be taken in any form. As a green-blue algae source… Continue Reading →

Walnuts For Lower Blood Pressure

This post was originally published on this siteThese findings come from a Penn State study of the effects of adding walnuts to the diet of people at risk of cardiovascular disease. The 45 participants were 30 to 65 years old and overweight or obese. The idea was to see… Continue Reading →

Second Hand Smoke Threat

This post was originally published on this siteWe’ve long known that regular exposure to second hand smoke raises the risk of developing high blood pressure, but now the largest study ever done on the subject has found that even minimal… Continue Reading →

Will CBD Make You Fail a Drug Test?

This post was originally published on this siteby Dr. Bill Rawls Posted 5/20/19 Will CBD make you fail a drug test? Dr. Bill Rawls explains how testing for cannabis works, plus how to ensure that CBD from hemp does not… Continue Reading →

A Healthy Thyroid

This post was originally published on this siteIt controls your metabolism, produces hormones, regulates your body temperature. So what can we do to keep it healthy? This episode features audio from Seeing Red No. 3: Coloring to Dye For, Yersinia in… Continue Reading →

How to Discover Your Personal Truth

This post was originally published on this siteClarifying the word truth is very difficult in this day and age. We often wish there was a magical formula to make this elusive element surface. While there is certainly a strategy to… Continue Reading →

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