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10 Healthy Reasons to Eat Apples Everyday

Posted by on Oct 30, 2013 in Blood Sugar Balance, Digestion, Healthy Changes, Just. Eat. Real. Food., Recipes | 0 comments

10 Healthy Reasons to Eat Apples Everyday

The old Welsh proverb “an apple a day keeps the doctor away” is grounded in current research. Nutritionally, apples are low in calories, providing only 50 calories per 100 grams. An average apple is about 90 calories, rich in dietary fiber (~ 4 grams of soluble fiber per apple), and contains fair amounts of Vitamin C and beta-carotene, two powerful antioxidants. Apples are a good source of B-Complex vitamins and contain minerals such as potassium, phosphorus, calcium and boron. For your health, here’s 10 reasons why you should be reaching for an apple every day: 1)  Blood Sugar...

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Kale — the “Queen of the Greens”

Posted by on Jul 24, 2013 in Just. Eat. Real. Food., Recipes, Salads, Vegetables & Sides | 0 comments

Kale — the “Queen of the Greens”

Growing up, I was always proud of myself for being like Popeye enjoying eating my spinach . . . though not out of a can! We cooked spinach out of the frozen Birdseye box, boiling it with butter and salt. I think that my love of spinach gave me a love of greens in general. And then I was introduced to KALE - THE “QUEEN OF THE GREENS”!!

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Give Us This Day…But I’ll Skip the Bread

Posted by on Aug 7, 2012 in Blood Sugar Balance, Digestion, Hormonal Balance | 0 comments

Give Us This Day…But I’ll Skip the Bread

My student’s used to ask, “If you were going to be stranded on a deserted island, what two foods would you bring?” My standard answer used to be bread and cheese. But several years ago I started toying with the idea of giving up bread in my diet . . . Crazy idea, huh? Bread is everywhere in our American diet! It’s in some form at e-v-e-r-y meal and given freely at restaurants to tide us over while waiting for the plates to come. A handful of crackers, a piece of toast or half a bagel is an easy snack to grab between meals. In fact, toast slathered in peanut butter or...

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