Category Archives for Clean Eating

Nutritionists “Cheat” Too!

Eating slip-ups. We all have ‘em. I have often had people tell me that I must be a perfect eater because of having my nutrition degree. Well I’m definitely not perfect. And sometimes I cheat. And then sometimes I pay for it. Last summer my husband, Doug, had his first colonoscopy. If you have ever had […]

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What’s the Deal with GMOs?

     I have just started a new six-week session of my detoxification program, From Fatigued to Fantastic. As part of this program I educate the class members about the various toxins they may be ingesting through food as well as in other ways. One topic we consider is GMO foods.      What does […]

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Just Eat Real Food!

     I  attended  the Weston A. Price Foundation annual conference in November. The WAPF is dedicated to promoting traditional whole foods eating, as researched by the American dentist Weston A. Price in the 1930’s. Dr. Price examined about 13 isolated communities around the world who were eating their native, traditional diets and compared them to […]

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What is Kombucha?

     Kombucha is a type of fermented beverage that has been consumed by people for over 2000 years. Other similar drinks include milk kefir, water kefir, and kvass. It originated in Manchuria, China around 220 B.C. and was associated with the Japanese physician Kombu who lived around 400 A.D. It later travelled to Russia […]

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Eat Five or More Vegetables a Day

     All healthy diets are in agreement that people should eat whole, unprocessed or minimally processed foods. While there are conflicts between various diets about the amount and types of proteins and fats people should eat, they all agree that non-starchy vegetables are extremely important because of the number of vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients and […]

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Chocolate Truffles

Any of you who know me well are aware that I am a chocoholic.  Chocolate has many good nutrition properties, including the fact that it is full of antioxidants.  This recipe only has a very small amount of added natural sweetener (maple syrup).  It gets most of its sweetness from dates.  It also includes Maca […]

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