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Posts Tagged ‘Do This Daily’

Less Clutter May Lead to Weightloss

Lately I’ve been kind of obsessed with keeping my kitchen counters clear of clutter. This is actually a huge ordeal at our house since the kitchen is where we all hang out most of the time when we’re at home. Homework is done there, mail is sorted there, and of course, meals are made there.…

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Spring Break Is My New Years

We’re about a quarter of the way through the year. How did you make out on your New Year’s resolutions? Personally, I feel that the start of Spring is the perfect time to make positive changes, tackle new challenges and clean out the “crap” so to speak. Who wants to do all of that stuff…

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Healthy Gut…Part 2 – Prebiotics

In my last blog I gave you all a little lesson on gut health and how important probiotics are in keeping your GI tract healthy. This time I want to tell you about “prebiotics”, which are foods that provide a healthy environment for probiotics (healthy bacteria) to live and flourish. They are actually the “food”…

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Healthy Gut…Part 1 – Probiotics

Getting my clients’ guts on track has been top priority lately. I’ve had a few clients come to me with various issues ranging from poor digestion to lower GI problems, as well as just not feeling back to “normal” after a nasty cold.  The first thing we examine is their diet, and specifically, if they…

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My Resolutions for 2014

The last day of 2013 is here. Can you believe it? I hope you all can look back on this year and remember all the things that made you smile. Now, on to 2014! Time to make those resolutions, but this year let’s make ones that we can really stick to! Here are my five…

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Clean Eating

I have a friend who refuses to spend the extra $2-3 a pound on organic anything. “It’s total bull” she tells me while biting into a conventionally grown peach. She goes on to tell me that there is no evidence that organically grown fruits and vegetables have any more nutritional value than conventionally grown produce,…

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