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What is Your Picture of Health?

What is Your Picture of Health?

What is Your Picture of Health? Many successful people have said that when embarking on a new regime, it’s best to have a vision or picture of your result – “start with the end in mind.” So begin to think about (or even write down) what your picture of health looks...

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Cashew Butter Cookies

Cashew Butter Cookies

These nutty morsels have everything you love about the peanut butter version—like a tender crumb and a touch of sweetness—but we made this batch gluten-free, swapped in coconut oil for butter, and added honey instead of refined sugar. Tote them to your holiday cookie...

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Chaga 101

Chaga 101

Chaga 101:  Learn All About This Superfood! What is Chaga? Native to the forests of northern Russia, Europe, and Canada, chaga is a superfood mushroom that grows on birch trees. Used for centuries in ancient Chinese medicine, chaga is one of the highest sources of...

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The Truth about Soy

The Truth about Soy

Soy - Good or Bad? We have been lied to for decades!  We are committed to a healthy lifestyle and the marketers have convinced us that eating unfermented processed soy is good for us such as soymilk, soy cheese, soy ice cream, soy burgers and even soy infant...

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Are You Addicted To Sugar?

Are You Addicted To Sugar?

Think You Might Be Addicted to Sugar? Are you addicted to sugar? You’re not alone. In 2007 a group of researchers found that sugar surpasses what is called “cocaine reward” in most mammals, including rats and humans. The frightening result of this study is the...

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Eggnog Latte Recipe

Eggnog Latte Recipe

Hello Folks, If any of your holiday memories involve a giant punch bowl filled with eggnog, then you’ll love our modern take on a nostalgic recipe. This drink is downright velvety thanks to a base of almond milk and coffee-spiked superfood creamer. Next we whisk in...

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