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By Craig Fear, NTP author of Fearless Broths and Soups One of my challenges as a Nutritional Therapist is getting people to think outside the box for what they can have for each meal of the day. Broth for breakfast certainly fits the bill. This is especially important if we’re removing things like gluten or …

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A casual scan of the shelves of your local bookstore quickly reveals an overwhelming array of cookbooks. For one interested in truly healthy cooking, the choice can be overwhelming – which to choose, what recipes are best? I don’t recommend many modern cookbooks on this blog for the simple reason that few are authentic from …

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Oranges are the most commonly grown fruit tree in the world. A hybrid of ancient cultivated origin, possibly the pomelo and the mandarin, the orange is widely grown in warm climes with Brazil and the United States (California and Florida) predominant. The elementary school I attended in Dunedin, Florida happened to be located only a …

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One of the more popular articles on this blog is No Granola is Good Granola which outlines why granola or muesli made with rolled oats or other grains is not only very indigestible but potentially harming your long term gut health – possibly even contributing to autoimmune disease like allergies or worse.  Even homemade granola …

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The holiday weekend is here and for many of us, family and friends will be dropping in to visit. Or, you may be doing the visiting yourself. Here is an easy, quick quiche recipe to share with those who drop in for a chat. I use leftover steamed veggies to make this dish super fast …

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By Fitness Editor Paula Jager CSCS Fall is here, no doubt about it even here in sunny Florida, and I am getting into the swing of the seasonal shift in culinary pleasures in my personal fit kitchen.  It was an enjoyable but extremely busy summer.  If you follow the fitness posts on this blog, you …

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  For many folks, the words breakfast pizza may bring to mind a slice or two of cold pizza left in a cardboard delivery box, precariously perched on a living room end table or sofa from a late night party the previous evening. While this kind of breakfast pizza may be rather popular with college …