Naturally Fresh

Sounds great, doesn’t it? What do you think of when you read this phrase? I’d like to say I think of crisp lettuces, fresh from the garden, a homemade all veggie juice or perhaps a raw kale salad with some wild salmon sashimi. Notice what all of the above have in common? No packages. So […]

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DIY: Growing Your Own Food

A sprawling hillside with cows grazing in the foreground and an acres-long plot of land with every veggie you could imagine… the mere thought of the image is calming and relaxing. But the reality of actually maintaining a garden of that magnitude- eek! How could one go about undertaking such a huge responsibility? Even more […]

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An Interesting New Take on Protein Powder

You’ve ditched the soy (hopefully), you’ve taken a break from the whey and you’re allergic to eggs (or following an auto immune protocol, leaving eggs on the do not eat list). So where does that leave you if you’re looking for a way to whiz up a delicious homemade, healthy shake to go? One of […]

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Getting Fat Adapted? What Does That Even Mean?

It’s not as scary or extreme as you may think. It just means adding some more yummy avocado, a little extra olive oil, a handful of raw walnuts to your salad and including some fattier grass fed meats and oily fish, while lowering the amount of sugar (yes, even the natural type from fruits) in […]

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Campbell Soup & GMO Ingredients: Will We Keep On Slurping it Up?

At what point is it simply no longer food? Campbell Soup will be the first major food company to disclose GMO ingredients on their labeling, according to an article last week in the NY Times[1]. Denise Morrison, the CEO of Campbell, shared that three-quarters of the company’s products contained ingredients derived from corn, canola, soybeans […]

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Better Than A Cuppa…

We’re all on our laptops these days, and depending on the industry we work in, for some, myself included, we can be quite mobile. As someone who needs a change of scene and who prefers not to be stuck to the screen too long, I tend to enjoy working from several of the fine local […]

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12 Teaspoons a Day

  That’s the amount of sugar we’re being advised to consume as per the new dietary guidelines that were released yesterday. And yes, twelve teaspoons of sugar is less than what the average American currently consumes on a daily basis, 22 teaspoons, or three pounds per week[1], but is ingesting ¼ cup each day really […]

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Is Getting Lean, Fast and Fit Part of Your 2016 Plan?

Following a real, paleo-inspired regime won’t result in someone losing ten pounds in one week, the way some fad diets may promise, but it will create a slow, steady and safe way to peel off those pounds while improving your overall health simultaneously. You may already feel comfortable with the basics:  eat more fresh, in […]

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