Food For Thought

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70 Pounds Lighter and No Insulin Later, This Diet Saved My Life

Kate Glover, 01/20/2015

I would have never thought that eating nutritious foods would reverse my diabetes. But now I’m living proof that this diet really does work! Getting involved with Healthy Food Now saved my life.

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Super Foods for Super Health

Kate Glover, 01/16/2015

Many of us try to regain our health after we’ve already caught a cold. We’re always playing catch-up. What we need to do is strengthen our bodies with the nutrients they need so our immune systems can fight off sickness once and for all.

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The Truth About Juice—and the Post-Holiday Cleanse

Eric Baron, 11/29/2014

Hopefully you were able to try out some low-cal, nutrient-rich recipes this year—but even with the best of intentions and a healthy holiday spread, we often succumb to surrounding temptation or overindulge in the less healthy items that sneak their way...

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Five Spices That Make All the Difference

Eric Baron, 06/17/2014

Spice up your life! The seasonings make the dish.

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Don't Forget a Grain!

Emily Ambrosio, 06/05/2014

Whole grains are essential to a nutritious living. Learn more about how to add them into your diet.

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The King of Greens Returns

Coach Rosie , 06/05/2014

If you’re still not ready to concede the crown to kale, you may consider calling it your “anti-partner”, because it is an “anti-medicine,” a protector from and antidote to an array of healthy challenges.

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WHOLE Foods for a WHOLEsome Life…

Elisa Rodriguez, RD, LDN, NET, 06/05/2014

Do you know the difference between a whole food and a processed food? Many folks believe they’re eating a diet mainly comprised of whole foods, when the majority of their food intake is indeed processed.

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Don't Leaf This One Out

Coach Rosie, 06/05/2014

According to the ANDI Scale (Aggregate Nutrient Density Index), developed by Dr. Joel Fuhrman, and which rates foods based on their nutrition level, kale ranks number one, with a score of 1000. That’s a sure winner in our kitchen and on our menu!

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