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Naked Interview: Jason Mraz
6 months ago

Naked Interview: Jason Mraz

He is an exemplary individual whose greatest abilities are not found at the music store shelf, but expressed through every one of his words. His messages become songs, and not …
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Probiotics 101
7 months ago

Probiotics 101

Keeping the resident population of bacteria and other microbes in our intestinal tract balanced and beneficial is essential for good health, especially during and after taking a course of antibiotics. …
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How to Eat Right to Reduce Stress
3 years ago

How to Eat Right to Reduce Stress

Not only that, but stress can drive up our blood pressure and raise serum cholesterol levels, wreaking havoc on our arteries and increasing our risk of heart attack.

The best …
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Brain Cancer, a Diet Shift, and the Birth of Naked Food
3 years ago

Brain Cancer, a Diet Shift, and the Birth of Naked Food

One day, he woke up with a light headache that wouldn’t go away. We thought it was stress, life, and the need for a vacation! After a couple of weeks, …
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Plant-based Diets for Children: Right from the Start
3 years ago

Plant-based Diets for Children: Right from the Start

Children raised on fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and legumes grow up to be slimmer and healthier and even live longer than their meat-eating friends. It is much easier to build …
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Plant-based diet: 8 Million Lives, $1 Trillion in health care, 70% reduced emissions
3 years ago

Plant-based diet: 8 Million Lives, $1 Trillion in health care, 70% reduced emissions

A landmark study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences has found that a plant-based diet would prevent more than eight million deaths, reduce carbon emissions by 70 percent, and help save up …
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Reversing Colon Cancer With Food
4 years ago

Reversing Colon Cancer With Food

In 1970, British physician Dennis Burkitt observed that a high-fiber diet reduces diseases of the digestive tract. He observed that in countries where diets are high in fiber (that is, …
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Muscling Out The Meat Myth
6 years ago

Muscling Out The Meat Myth

The myth took root in the belief that we could get our strength, our agility, and our ability to soar to unimaginable heights if only we consumed the flesh and …
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Addictive By Design: Junk Food
6 years ago

Addictive By Design: Junk Food

I almost joined Michael Moss, the Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times journalist whose work on addictive junk food recently graced the cover of the paper’s magazine, on MSNBC’s Morning Joe
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Eight Must-Knows For Avoiding GMO
6 years ago

Eight Must-Knows For Avoiding GMO

1. GMOs Can Enter Your Food Supply in Many Ways Genetically modified organisms (GMO) entered our food supply nearly 20 years ago, coinciding with the beginning of the astounding decline …
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‘ESCAPE FIRE’: Finding a way out in our disease-care system
7 years ago

‘ESCAPE FIRE’: Finding a way out in our disease-care system

The Facts: – We spend over twice as much as other developed nations per person. Healthcare costs are rising so rapidly that they could reach $4.2 trillion annually, roughly 20% …
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Redefining the Wellness Paradigm
7 years ago

Redefining the Wellness Paradigm

Health is not cultivated in one day. Nor is illness. We don’t suddenly wake up well or succumb to sickness.  Life, illness and wellness is a journey we cultivate. Our …
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