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6 Questions to ask about meat

6 questions to ask about meat

There are a lot of conflicting opinions, suggestions, studies, and recommendations about whether we should eat meat, what kind of meat we should eat, and how much of it to eat. It can get confusing out there! My two cents: start by being curious.  Ultimately, we are all on our

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Why Gut Microbiome is Important for Your Health

Why Your Gut Microbiome is Important for Your Health

Our bodies are ecosystems. Just like a river, a forest, or a patch of soil in the garden, there are many microorganisms that live inside us. Sometimes certain microorganisms make us sick, but on the whole our ecosystem of microbes helps us stay healthy. The human body’s largest population of

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Antibiotics

5 Things to Consider before Taking Antibiotics

Antibiotics are necessary in many cases, but they are more often overprescribed. When we go to the doctor, we want answers, and antibiotics have become the quick-fix. It’s hard to go to the doctor and hear, ‘wait,’ and taking antibiotics feels like we’re doing something. But we underrate our bodies’

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Healthy fat foods

10 Healthy Fat Foods to Feed to Your Kids

Healthy fat foods are some of the best foods that we can feed to our kids!  They are critical for brain and nervous system development AND we need fats to help us absorb critical vitamins and phytonutrients (nutrients from plants). Unfortunately, fat has gotten a really bad rap for a

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Skip the After School Snack

Why You Should Skip the After School Snack

For many families, skipping the after school snack might feel like a bad idea as it has become the common third meal of the day. But there are many benefits to skipping the after school snack and having an early dinner instead! Wait Three to Five Hours Between Meals Research

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My Superhero Foods Eat Less Sugar

6 Simple Ways to Help Your Kids Eat Less Sugar

Giving up sugar is impossible unless you want to keep your kids in a bubble. So instead of trying to eliminate sugar completely, a more realistic approach is to feed a lot less sugar to our children. We can focus on helping our kids build a HEALTHY relationship with sweets–one that our children can grow up with and take with them throughout their lives.

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