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“Just a Little Bit Won’t Hurt Me” – Part 1 – Gluten, Dairy & Sugar

One of the things I often hear is “a little bit won’t hurt me,” and that is referring to things like eating a little bit of gluten or a little […]
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Lemon Chicken with Asparagus

2 Pasture Raised Chicken Breast Boneless Skinless or Chicken Thighs 1 Bunch Organic Asparagus ½ Lemon Organic 1 small bunch Organic Italian Parsley 1 Small Carton Organic Chicken Broth- 8 […]

What is Triclosan? Learn about its Causes of Antibiotic Resistance

Triclosan Causes of Antibiotic ResistanceWhy you should avoid triclosan productsMany self-care and common household products come with biocides aimed to kill germs and bacteria. What is Triclosan? Triclosan is a […]

Proven Benefits of Meditation and How to Meditate (VIDEO)

Meditation is powerful. Meditation can impact things in our bodies such as high blood pressure and diabetes. In fact, current research is looking at how meditation can influence our genes. […]

Rosemary Roasted Pork Loin

INGREDIENTS: 6 garlic cloves minced 1 tablespoon dried rosemary 2 pounds boneless pork loin ½ cup chardonnay Sea salt and pepper to taste Extra virgin olive oil about ¼ cup […]
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Banana Blueberry “Souffle” Cake (Paleo)

This recipe is a delicious, no-sugar-added, gluten-free, Paleo-friendly treat, perfect for a brunch, snack, or dessert! Shown here with some coconut flakes and extra fresh blueberries for garnish. 1 large […]
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Pucker Up! Can Kissing Change Your Microbiome?

Intimate kissing—the kind where saliva is exchanged—is a courtship staple unique to us humans and very common in most world cultures. In the midst of sharing an intimate smooch you’re […]
Roasted Greek Chicken

Roasted Greek Chicken With Vegetables

Roasted chicken is such a staple meal– a foundational piece of your menu planning that is always a crowd-pleaser. Best of all, you often have leftover chicken to use in […]

Harmful to Fish, Harmful to You: Red Tides and Algae Blooms

In October of 2017 Floridians saw the emergence of a red tide on the white sandy beaches of the Gulf Coast. Local officials immediately closed beach access and sent out […]