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Dr. Sarah Ballantyne PhD

Island Chicken with Melon Salad

Lately, I’ve been on a creative kick in the kitchen.  This probably has something to do with all of the recipe development I’m doing for my new microbiome book (more information forthcoming soon!).  I’ve been particularly enjoying revisiting old favorite… Continue Reading →

The Link between the Thyroid and Infertility

Infertility is clinically defined as the inability for a couple to conceive, with the pregnancy resulting in a live birth, after having unprotected intercourse for 12 months. And, it’s more common than many people realize. Approximately 10 to 15 percent… Continue Reading →

Paleo for Babies and Toddlers

Is Paleo safe for kids? Absolutely! In fact, children might benefit from Paleo even more than adults because their food habits and associations are just starting to form, and the nutrient density of the Paleo diet readily supports the demands… Continue Reading →

Egg-Fried Broccoli Rice

Scientific studies demonstrate that the more vegetables we eat, the more protected we are. For example, for every serving of vegetables or fruit we consume, we reduce the risk of all-cause mortality (a measurement of overall health and longevity) by… Continue Reading →

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