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by Georgianna Donadio, MSc, DC, PhD

Take all the “white stuff” out of your diet. You’ve read it in popular magazines, heard it from your friends and even from the lips of the long reigning queen of day time television. Taking away all things white from your diet – bread, pasta, bakery items and sugar can be an excellent way of reducing empty calories from what you eat as well as losing weight...

 

Editor's Note from Michael Jones: Many people are so unaware of what they are putting in their bodies and how it effects them. Taking all the "white" out of your body can dramatically change your lifestyle.

 

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by Erik D. Walker

It has been abundantly clear that the foods people need to be eating to lose weight should include more of the organic variety, or foods that have passed the inspection via the USDA or by another third-party inspection group...

 

 

 

Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: The long term effect of adding organic food to our daily diet can also help shed pounds.

 

Organic Living


 

Editor´s Note: Kerri Kasem, wellness coach and host of K-Pod and Sixx Sense, is living proof that eating your greens can cure disease. Here she explains how juicing and a plant based diet can heal the body. When the body is treated with respect, it will thrive.

 

 

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by Roby Mitchell, MD

Many of you worry about pesticides, radiation, microwaves, chem-trails, GMO products and other adulterations but after 36 years of healing people from serious diseases, I can guarantee you nothing is more dangerous to your health than the many different forms of sugar in our food supply...

 

Editor's Note from Neda Smith: We all love our sweets but how damaging it is really to our bodies and overall health?  Dr. Roby Mitchell explains which types of sweets creates disease in our bodies and one particular one that does just the opposite and kills disease.  Find out now.

 

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Editor's Note: As someone who is always trying to get more calcium into my diet, I love kale, like other leafy greens it's calcium is more bioavailable than that which comes from animal sources! However, I do find it hard to eat raw, but not after watching how it is prepared here. Just as Jennifer says, cutting it up super small and massaging it are absolutely key steps! The kale truly does get soft without losing valuable vitamins and enzymes. Kale also happens to have a lot of Vitamin K, something we absolutely need for the health of our blood and Vitamin A an extremely important vitamin for the health of our eyes.

 

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by Leanne Vogel

Committing to a healthy lifestyle can be challenging, confusing, and downright frustrating. With conflicting information on the web, gossip being passed on through friends, or the latest fad diet on TV, there has become so much conflicting information it’s extremely difficult to find the right answers...

 
 

 

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by Rick D.

Cross-posted from EatLocalGrown.com

Leafy greens are one of the most nutritious, inexpensive and easy to cook real foods! They're also very tasty and one of the simpler things to cook. Leafy greens are available for a large part of the year in one form or another and are usually available at most farmers markets for great prices...

 

Editor's Note: Looking for the low down on leafy greens? Look no further. "All About Leafy Greens" not only provides a valuable list of the super nutritional garden gems, but also showcases powerful nutritional value plus presents ways to prepare the leafy plants. Whether it's tempering the bitterness of collard greens or just finding out how to opt for heathier choices with spinach and kale, this informative and thorough article reminds us all the importance of getting in our daily greens.

 

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by Kristin Wartman

For something that's so often mixed with anti-caking agents, salt takes a lot of lumps in the American imagination. Like fat, people tend to think of it as an unnecessary additive -- something to be avoided by seeking out processed foods that are "free" of it. But also like fat, salt is an essential component of the human diet -- one that has been transformed into unhealthy forms by the food industry...

 

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