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QUICK HEALTH TIP

The Top 10 Foods You Thought Were Healthy But Are Actually Not Diving into 2013 with some new health and fitness goals?  Just be careful out there in the wild world of diet and nutrition. There are some real tricksters who … Continue reading

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Strawberry Coconut Ice Cream

Well its warm everywhere else in California… so why not try out my new ice cream maker my awesome cousin Kylee just sent me!!!! And yes when I say “ice cream” I mean a delicious dairy-free goodness. I promise you … Continue reading

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Whats in season NOW in California?

Spring is here… and so are some delicious fruits and veggies!! Artichokes, asparagus, beets, cherries, kohlrabi, spinach, mushrooms, parsley, tangerines, raspberries, and strawberries are all in season. Shop at your local farmers market and find organic, local and in season … Continue reading

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All-Natural Easter Egg Dye Recipes

All-Natural Easter Egg Dye Recipes Use these all-natural dye recipes made from household ingredients to create Easter eggs in beautifully subdued shades. Food dyes are one of the most widely used and dangerous additives. While the European Union has recently … Continue reading

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Hungry For Change Documentary: Free World Premiere

Watch this FREE NEW documentary ON HOW TO CREATE LONG LASTING WEIGHT LOSS, ABUNDANT  ENERGY AND VIBRANT HEALTH!!! Not only is it INSPIRING and INFORMATIVE, but FREE to watch online for 3 MORE DAYS. Take this awesome opportunity to learn … Continue reading

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PALEO Coconut Chocolate Macaroons

Ever just need a little sweetness after a healthy dinner?? This tasty and quick recipe is something I created last night after an awesome dinner of lamb chops paired with a balsamic roasted brussel sprout & beet salad, with a … Continue reading

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Roasted Brussel Sprouts and Beets

Yesterday when I was studying I decided to roast some vegetables. You can pretty much roast whatever vegetables you want, you just want to make sure they are grouped in the same cooking times in order to not over cook … Continue reading

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Farmers Market Run

Farmers Market Run

Farmers markets are awesome!! Everyone should get to know your local farmer. Shopping at farmers markets helps you eat local, organic and in season. You will get better deals then going to whole foods, new leaf, etc. Everything from eggs, fresh fish, nuts, dairy, flowers, and vegetables are acccesible right in your neigborhood. ( Check out http://farmersmarket.com/ to find the closest one near you!!)
in the picture: Plantains, meyer lemons, gala and fiji apples, dino kale, beets, radishes, avocados,ginger, chard, smoked salmon, humbolt fog goat cheese, and a whole organic chicken! YUM

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2012 New Year, New YOU. Special!!

Start your 2012 off right!!! It’s not too late to learn the tools that you need in order to detox those holiday sweets and goodies you just couldn’t resist!!! So what’s a party person to do to gain energy, maintain or lose weight, … Continue reading

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Liver–The World’s Most Nutrient Dense Food

Liver is nature’s most concentrated source of Vitamin A and contains all the B vitamins in abundance. Many of us tend to be deficient in both. It’s also one of our best sources of folic acid, iron and copper. How … Continue reading

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Persimmon Smoothie

Persimmons are in season and are probably on your street somewhere!!! If you live in the U.S. and you don’t happen to have a persimmon tree, you’ll want to start looking for persimmons… If and when you do find them, … Continue reading

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Why antacids and acid reflex drugs are bad!

here is a great post by my friend from class! check out her awesome blog:  http://sonobrio.com/sonobrio/Home.html Why antacids and acid reflux drugs are a BIG problem Let’s dive right in, shall we? Yes I know, these drugs work to reduce … Continue reading

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Video Clip On MS you must Watch!

Check out this!! This woman is incredible ! This MD doctor reversed her own advanced MS purely through food and diet, after the so called “best” drugs and medical treatments failed. You must see this!!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KLjgBLwH3Wc&feature=share   Please share this … Continue reading

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The benefit of soaking nuts and seeds

Do you ever eat a couple of handfuls full of cashews or a few tablespoons of a nut butter and wonder why it feels as though you dropped a bowling ball in your stomach? It’s because nuts that have not been soaked … Continue reading

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The TRUTH about your Thanksgiving TURKEY!

The Truth About Turkey How much do you know about your Thanksgiving turkey? If you buy your turkey from a typical grocery store–and most Americans do–you might not realize that the approximately 46 million turkeys consumed every year come from a … Continue reading

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Stuffed Peppers + TURMERIC!

Please read the information on Turmeric below!!! Who know you might learn something! Here are a couple of recipes I made up last night… Once again my photography (phone) is a little shabby! Stuffed Anaheim Peppers 2 organic Anaheim pepper … Continue reading

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Umeboshi. (the most alkalinizing food on Earth)

Umeboshi pickled ume fruit from a tree Genus Prunus, but more closely related to apricot it is extremely sour and salty, used as condiments in Japanese and macrobiotic cuisine traditional Japanese remedy for colds, flus, nausea has antibiotic properties digestive … Continue reading

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100 VERY COOL FACTS ABOUT THE BODY!!!

            EVERYONE should read these facts.. they are not only interesting but important to our health!!!     http://www.stumbleupon.com/su/1UPSo0/www.globalone.tv/profiles/blogs/100-very-cool-facts-about-the     AND WHILE YOUR ADD IT… read this !! http://blogs.wsj.com/economics/2011/10/17/just-1-in-7-u-s-workers-are-normal-weight-without-chronic-health-issue/?mod=wsj_share_facebook

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FACTS on MILK !!

Not your grandma’s milk September 26, 2011 by Bauman College Check out one of our grads! Kristin Wartman, a Bauman College graduate, and talented food-writer enlightens audiences with the unknown facts about the commercial milk industry.  Check out the article below. Not … Continue reading

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Cooking Class!!!

Hello all!! Sorry for slacking on my blog  lately, school and life has been non stop!! But a  couple nights ago I was able to have  the pleasure of teaching a cooking class with some amazing girls. The menu I … Continue reading

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Crisp Prosciutto and Broccolini

Organic Broccolini- Most supermarkets offer broccolini, which looks similar to rapini, but the flavor is less bitter. You can steam, boil, or stir-fry broccoli or rapini. I sometimes likes to blanch these types of vegetables in advance until near-tender, refresh them, … Continue reading

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Bad Food? Tax It, and Subsidize Vegetables ??

In yesterdays New York Time Article Mark Bittmin discussed… SUMMARY: WHAT will it take to get Americans to change our eating habits? The need is indisputable, since heart disease, diabetes and cancer are all in large part caused by the … Continue reading

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FARMAGEDDON.

Please take a moment to watch this video clip: Americans’ right to access fresh, healthy foods of their choice is under attack. Farmageddon tells the story of small, family farms that were providing safe, healthy foods to their communities and … Continue reading

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Sesame Salmon Burgers

For lunch we made some delicious salmon burgers. These are great to make in advance and freeze for a quick meal, and an awesome source of protein. These are gluten-free, but you can always add bread crumbs, or flour for … Continue reading

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Pickles and Peppers.

Today was a rainy, stay in home day in SF… SO I decided to CAN some stuff with my friend Rose. We bought all organic ingredients  from our local produce market on my street! This was easy and fun! The … Continue reading

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Pizzeria Delfina.

Woke up to a beautiful sunny day in SF. Decided to go on a little foodie  adventure in the Mission. Food. Wine. Sunshine. Doloros Park. People Watching. good times… Risotto+ pecoroni balls Mackerel + Parsley Broccoli Raab Pizza – broccoli … Continue reading

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How it feels to have a stroke!

We just watched this video today in class…. Neuroanatomist Jill Bolte Taylor had an opportunity few brain scientists would wish for: One morning, she realized she was having a massive stroke. As it happened — as she felt her brain … Continue reading

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Weston A. Price. MYTHS and TRUTHS.

Dr. Weston A. Price (1870-1948), a Cleveland dentist, has been called the “Charles Darwin of Nutrition.” Price traveled the world over in order to study isolated human groups, including sequestered villages in Switzerland, Gaelic communities in the Outer Hebrides, Eskimos and … Continue reading

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Diet Soda DOES make you FAT!

  The Wall Street Journal just reported that Diet Coke beats out Pepsi for consumers in the US—only Coke beats them both in total sales. Consumers reach for a can of that cold, bubbly, sweet beverage to get their jolted caffeine fix and a … Continue reading

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ZINC.

I learned a LOT about ZINC today. Lets just start with the basics. Preventive & Therapeutic Use you need 15- 30 mg/day Wound Healing: take 1 month before and after surgery Burns: 50 75 mg/day cold prevention/ sore throat: 25-50 … Continue reading

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Raw Kale Salad

Most people are hesitant about doing a raw kale salad, honestly this is one of my staples in my diet. This is a quick, raw salad that can be eaten for up to 3 days! Kale can be used as … Continue reading

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Broccolini.

Sah easy. Sah good. 1 bunch organic broccolini 2 cloves of garlic minced red pepper flakes  (to taste) 1 tsp sea salt 2 tbsp  olive oil 1. rub ingredients on broccolini  2. bake at 425 for 10-12 minutes or until … Continue reading

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prosciutto wrapped asparagus.

Its ASPARAGUS season!!!!!! Facts about asparagus: it is low in calories and carbohydrates, but relatively rich in protein compared to other vegetables. Once cub supplies only 24 calories, almost half which re derived from protein. Asparagus is an excellent source … Continue reading

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SOCCA (chickpea flatbread)

Socca is a French flatbread. It also is the ultimate cast iron/ skillet quick bread. A great alternative for a gluten free flatbread, that contains protein. Pesto 2 cups organic basil 1 lemon 1/4 cup olive oil 1/4 cup raw … Continue reading

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Sush?

So i just made this up cuz i can. Nori with olive oil and sea salt (or plain) Tahini (sesames, lemon juice, sea salt)(Tj’s $2.00) 4 Raw Organic Asparagus, thinly sliced 3 Organic Green Onion, thinly sliced 3 Organic Carrots … Continue reading

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