Fitness & Nutrition

Good News: Gluten-Free, Low-Carb Paleo Diet Hits the Mainstream


My book, The No Grain Diet, was published in 2003 and my clinical recommendation included eliminating gluten as a first line intervention before I would...

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    Record Growth of Organic Food Consumption in the US and India

    By J. D. Heyes, contributing writer to Natural News There has been record growth in sales of organic, non-GMO food in some of the world’s largest... Read more

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    How to Detect Nutritional Deficiencies (Infographic)

    Courtesy of PositiveMed It’s tough making sure we get all our regular daily nutritional values in: five servings of fruits and veggies, plenty of water,... Read more

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    How to Freeze Summer Fruits

    As summer begins to loosen its grip and the children are heading back to school, many of us start anticipating the unique pleasures that autumn... Read more

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    Workout of the Week

    This workout is designed to get busy people into great shape. It will challenge you without taking too much time to complete. In fact, it... Read more

  • 5 Reasons to Make More Green Smoothies

    Green smoothies, including blended fruit and vegetable smoothies, have become quite popular recently. Images such as that of a mason jar filled to the brim... Read more

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    5 Top Detoxifying Foods, Fresh From the Farm

    When I was young, my Nana had the most amazing garden full of potatoes, tomatoes, cucumbers, green beans, peas, carrots, radishes, strawberries, raspberries… she even... Read more

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    The Hidden Key to Weight Loss is NEAT

    When we want to lose inches off our waist, conventional wisdom has us mounting treadmills, traversing the open roads, and whirling from station to station... Read more

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    Everything (and Nothing) in Moderation

    This is the story about how I went from crazy to crazier and ended up just a little crazy. I call that progress. I have lived... Read more

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    Enjoy Some More Cherries!

    Down south, we did not have cherries. With winters that were not cold enough and summers that were just too hot, I was stuck with... Read more

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    Protein From Meat, Fish May Help Men Age Well

    Functional decline is one of the hallmarks of aging and describes the slowing ability to carry out daily activities due to physical weakness and/or cognitive... Read more

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    Raspberries Provide Significant Protective Benefit Against Cancer, Chronic Inflammation and More

    By Natural News, Healing the Body Raspberries are not only tasty, they are very rich in various phytonutrients that make them a delicious way to... Read more

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    4 Ways to Build Muscle as You Age

    One of my older buddies, a 74-year-old, fitness-conscious fellow, when asked how he’s doing, often responds, “I’m keeping it tight,” which always gives people a... Read more

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    Will Drinking Diet Soda Help You Lose Weight?

    Do you believe that drinking diet soda will allow you to “have your cake and eat it too” while still controlling your weight, or even... Read more

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    Why You Should Be Eating Chia Seeds

    Chia seeds are one of my new favorite superfoods. These ancient seeds were commonly consumed by people in the Mayan and Aztec cultures, Chia even... Read more

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    4 New Fruits for Your Healthy Lifestyle

    Fruit is good for us – for our bodies, our minds and even our emotional well-being. We’re creatures of habit, but let’s face it,  eating... Read more

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    6 Benefits of Eating a Whole Foods Diet

    By Derek Henry, Holistic Health Coach for Healing the Body People are catching on that a whole foods diet is a superior approach to achieving optimal health... Read more