Hemp Milk – A Dairy Alternative

October 31, 2011

Tweet Hemp Milk – A Dairy Alternative By: Sadie Foster   If you or a family member avoid dairy products for one reason or another – most likely there will come a point when you seek a replacement for cows’ milk.  More and more options are coming available.  One relative newcomer is hemp milk.    Hemp Milk is […]

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Cook Once, Eat All Week With This Hearty Meal!

October 27, 2011

Tweet There is nothing better than coming home after a long day to dinner already prepared and all you have to do is heat it up! You know what I am talking about…You had a long day at work, followed by several activities for the kids, which means you don't get home till 7:30. It […]

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My #1 Secret For Beating the Flu

October 24, 2011

Tweet Over the past several years, there has been mounting evidence showing flu shots don't work! Study after study is showing that the flu vaccine appears to be ineffective for the elderly, young children or for "any age" person for that matter (1). Besides the gaining evidence against the lack of effectiveness of the vaccine, […]

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Need to Relieve Stress? Make Some Bread!

October 20, 2011

Tweet Do you know what I just discovered that I love? Bread making! Good old fashioned, homemade bread making! I am talking about the no shortcut, use your muscles way to make bread! It is so much fun! The next time you are upset or frustrated about something, just get into the kitchen and make some […]

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7 Steps to Take Control of Your Health Starting Now!

October 17, 2011

Tweet How many people do you know who regularly use a prescription drug? Are you a "drug" user? Don't get me wrong, there is a place for prescription drugs in modern medicine. The problem is, we have become completely dependent on pharmaceuticals and put our health in the hands of this powerful industry. According to […]

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Potato and Cauliflower Curry

October 13, 2011

Tweet This week's recipe features…potatoes! For today's recipe, I used potatoes and cauliflower in a curry sauce. Curry is packed full of flavor and is absolutely delicious! A key part of curry sauce is a spice called turmeric. Turmeric has phenomenal anti-inflammatory properties and has traditionally been used for the treatment of arthritis. Tryout this easy […]

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How Much Money Do You Spend a Week on Food?

October 10, 2011

Tweet Let me ask you a question: How much money do you spend a week on food? Do you even know? Can you take a guess? If you follow the recommended food guidelines put out by the United State's Department of Agriculture (USDA), you are probably spending anywhere from $124.60 to $241.10 for a family of […]

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Spaghetti with Butternut Squash and Kale

October 6, 2011

Tweet This week's fresh garden recipe features…butternut squash!   Fall is my favorite time of year because of the abundance of squash! I love, love, LOVE squash! Butternut squash is jam packed with vitamin A which means it is Awesome for your health! Its high fiber and water content make it an excellent food to eat […]

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The Simple Four

October 3, 2011

Tweet   The Simple Four By: Kayla Howard   Let's talk about food.  When I teach people about healthy eating, I like to encourage the 80/20 rule.  That means to aim at eating 80% of your foods as real, God-Made food, and only 20% man made foods.  For our family this looks like eating mostly […]

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A Look at Macrobiotics: It’s Not Just a Brown Rice Diet

September 29, 2011

Tweet   Health is more than just eating well. It is about looking at all areas of your life, understanding how they are connected and finding proper balance between them. When talking to people about finding balance, not only in their eating but also in their lifestyle, I always think of the concepts of Macrobiotics, which […]

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