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Turnips

Turnips Are So Good For You

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The humble Turnip (Brassica rapa L.) are among the most commonly grown and widely adapted root crops. They belong within the broad Brassicaceae family...
Healthy Foods

7 Super Healthy Foods That Complement Your Healthy Lifestyle

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You can reap a number of short-term and long-term health benefits by living a healthy lifestyle. In addition to staying fit and active, you...
New Year’s Resolution

Ketogenic Diet

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There has been a renewed interest in low carbohydrate, high fat (LCHF) diets in recent years, and amongst the variations of these is the...
bridal body

Your Bridal Body Begins Now

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Spring wedding on the way? Saying ‘I do’ in summer? It may be mid-winter now but summer bodies are made in winter – and...
Best Ways To Use Coconut Oil For Weight Loss

5 Best Ways To Use Coconut Oil For Weight Loss (#2 Is The Most...

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You can’t deny the fact that a well-maintained diet and exercise are responsible for quick weight loss. But there are certain things that you...
Mediterranean Diet

Enrich Your Life With Consciously Choosing A Traditional Mediterranean Diet

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The Mediterranean conjures up images of blue skies, sandy beaches, fishing boats bobbing in the clear waters, white washed houses, blue domed churches, olive...

Nourishing Chicken Soup With Fresh Shiitake Mushrooms, Broccoli & Corn

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Here is a special little chicken soup I created for a client that needs nourishment and recovery foods for a long stint with chemotherapy,...

Dako Of Crete

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Recipe from the book: Cooking & Eating Wisdom for Better Health (Balboa Press) Dako Of Crete is the perfect dish as a mezze (appetizer) or a...
4 Week LHI Challenge

Try Our 4 Week LHI Challenge & Make 2018 Your Healthiest Year Yet

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What if I shared with you the greatest kept secret to experiencing permanent weight loss, increased energy and the dropping away of common symptoms...
Lower Your Cancer Risk

Lower Your Cancer Risk.

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Use Food As Medicine According to Anand P. et al. (2008) ‘Only 5–10% of all cancer cases can be attributed to genetic defects, whereas the...

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