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How to Fuel a Marathon: Pre Race fueling, the “days” before the race Race Day Sport Drink/Energy Hybrid Recipe Having yielded to those of you who still insist on running a marathon, yesterday I offered a training strategy that gets you the best results with the least amount of damage. Today’s post is about fueling […]

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10 Reasons to Avoid GMOs 1. GMOs are unhealthy. The American Academy of Environmental Medicine (AAEM) urges doctors to prescribe non-GMO diets for all patients. They cite animal studies showing organ damage, gastrointestinal and immune system disorders, accelerated aging, and infertility. Human studies show how genetically modified (GM) food can leave material behind inside us, […]

Lunch Ideas

Sep
2011
06

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Wednesday – Tuna  Salad       Celery 1/2 cup per person Onion  1/2 cup per person Apple – cut an apple in half then cut in half again.  Chop one of the fourths (per person) and put in Tuna and the other half is to be eaten at lunch Light Miracle Whip 1 Tablespoon […]

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Asparagus is a very low calorie vegetable. 100 g fresh spears give only 20 calories. More calories will be burnt to digest than gained, the fact which fits into the category of low calorie or negativecalorie vegetables. In addition it has good levels of dietary fiber. Dietary fiber helps control constipation conditions, decrease bad or “LDL” cholesterol levels by […]

Quinary

Aug
2011
17

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    Article coming soon just for you!                       httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QFQU8vzCMeQ&feature=related

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More information coming soon on this topic Celiac disease, also known as gluten intolerance.  

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Essential Oil and Balm Healing and Soothing essentials oils and balms have been part of Chinese herbalism for centuries. SunBreeze Oil and Balm are based on these Chinese traditions and are the results of combining them with modern supportive technology. Menthol, camphor, cassia oil and other all-natural essential flowers oils are the ingredients of this […]

Nourishment

Jul
2011
20

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“Eat what is good and your soul will delight” Isaiah 55:2

Ear Stapling

Jul
2011
14

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Information EAR STAPLING has been around for over 2 decades   Staples are placed at key pressure points to target weight loss, stress, tension, migraines, and smoking cessation There are over 700 different auricular points on the ear.  I concentrate on certain pressure points that target appetite, stress, tension, IBS, gastric reflux, and cravings There […]

Bella

Jul
2011
06

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Bella® Bella means beautiful.  Specially designed for women over 40, Bella® helps ease the periodic discomfort of pre-menopausal symptoms and elicit a feeling of well-being by regulating hormonal imbalances and enhancing the reproductive system*.  Bella® is a technological breakthrough for Sunrider. The formula is all natural with no added hormones, yet it’s so concentrated, you […]

Beauty Pearl

Jul
2011
06

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Beauty Pearl™ One of Sunrider’s first products, Beauty Pearl™ helps women look and feel more confident. Beauty Pearl™ contains a unique blend of natural vitamins, minerals, essential amino acids, and antioxidants. “I formulated Beauty Pearl™ with carefully selected nutrients to help women of all ages. Beauty Pearl™ has many wonderful benefits. It nourishes your skin […]

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Here’s an excerpt of the interview: “You’re very slim. Do you have a special diet?” “I don’t really want to be fat, so I stop before I am. I’m not a vegetarian, but I might go through a phase when I’m not interested in eating protein for a week or so, and then I might […]

Nuplus Foods

Jul
2011
04

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SUNRIDER FOODS  This food is one that I searched out for.  I flew to California last year to learn more about this health food.  I have been on this product for less than 1 year and completely sold on it and the benefits I have gained.  I have 2 shakes a day, 1 before breakfast […]

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Stevia, is an herb indigenous to South America, and has helped popularize its use in many countries. “SunnyDew® and Sunectar® are two of my favorite products. The primary ingredient in both these dietary supplements is stevia. The natural extract from stevia leaves contains no calories and is 250-300 times sweeter than processed sugar. Stevia has been […]

Calli Tea

Jul
2011
02

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Calli tea is more than just a tea;  It is a Whole Food Beverage.  It not only contains Green Tea Leaves but also a “Special Blend” of  herbal extracts.  Each of the herbs in Calli complements the others.  Calli does Not contain caffeine or other stimulants.  Calli assists in the body’s natural cleansing processes, enhancing […]

This Week’s Menu

Jul
2011
01

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Wednesday Protein: 4 oz Chicken Salad Vegetables: 2 – 4 cups Snack: low sodium, low sugar, high protein snack Thursday Protein: 4 oz Tuna Salad Vegetables: 2 – 4 cups Snack: low sodium, low sugar, high protein snack Friday Protein: 4 oz Chef  Salad Vegetables: 2 – 4 cups Snack: low sodium, low sugar, high […]

Alkali Food List

Feb
2011
21

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The Dirty Dozen

Feb
2011
21

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12 different produce items with the highest pesticide levels 1.             Apples 2.             Celery 3.             Cherries 4.             Imported grapes 5.             Lettuce 6.             Nectarines 7.             Peaches 8.             Pears 9.             Potatoes 10.          Spinach 11.          Strawberries 12.          Sweet bell peppers The article goes on to say that if you can avoid conventionalversions of these foods and go organic, you can […]

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