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Boost Your Energy With a Green Smoothie!

The fastest, easiest way to boost your energy and speed healing is with a green smoothie. If you’ve never tried one, and have no intention to ever try one, hear me out. You’re thinking I’m talking about putting spinach into the old Oster blender you got as a wedding gift decades ago. And that would indeed […]

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Farro Salad

Loving Farro Salad

Farro Salad, the new love of my kitchen I want to share with you Never heard of it before? It’s a little like a panzanella bread salad, but swapping out the white bread and replacing it with farro, a whole grain that is high in protein and fiber and deliciousness. Really, this is so good and […]

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Fish Oil For Depression?

It seems like fish oil will cure anything that ails ya’ these days. And in some ways, it can – here’s how it works. Inflammation, the current health buzzword, is both the cause of many health problems and the result of many health problems, causing more problems. Inflammation is part of the natural healing process, […]

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Dem Bones

Osteoporosis is on the rise, and despite the tons of calcium supplements we’ve been taking, our bones are not getting significantly stronger. This is because it takes more than calcium to build bones, and all of them need to show up for the bone-building party to start. So, who’s on the invitation list? Well, calcium is […]

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Calcium Supplements

Several big studies have been published in the past year about nutritional supplements, calcium in particular. And some say they help us live longer lives and prevent disease, and some say the opposite. While it is confusing, we can sort it all out. And hopefully not put you to sleep in the process. Problems with […]

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