Top 10 Breast Cancer Fighting Foods

November 1, 2011 by  
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Lifestyle and nutrition habits play a significant role in your risk for cancer. Studies have shown that nutritional influences can greatly reduce breast cancer risk. The following list includes important foods that could improve the health of anyone but in particular are singled out as important adjuncts in reducing your risk for breast cancer.   […]

Another Option to Mammography?

November 1, 2011 by  
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Yes, it is October and the Pink Ribbons are flying.  Breast Health Awareness is in full swing, so let’s share information and tips about how you can make small changes that create big results in your overall breast health. Right off the bat it is worth repeating that thermograpghy is an outstanding option for all women as a […]

5 Things You Must Know about Gluten Sensitivity

November 1, 2011 by  
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More and more “gluten free” is showing up in our food markets, advertising and in daily conversation. This could easily be written off as another food fad much like low fat, low carb, and numerous other recycled food crazes. We may have someone we know that is trying to convince us that “gluten free” is […]

Special Kids . . . Special Nutrition

November 1, 2011 by  
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The Nutritional Needs of a Developing Brain and a Young Body From birth to adulthood the body needs certain nutrients in order to maximize its greatest potential. Yes, we can “get by” and stay alive with all sorts of diets but to truly optimize who we become there is no replacement for key nutrients such […]

Healthy Kids – Product Recommendations from Dr. Huber

November 1, 2011 by  
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OMEGA 3 fats – DHA The brain and nervous system are made up of 60% fat. To advantage your child’s brain and nerve cells so that they can grow and learn I recommend the following omega 3 fats or what is commonly referred to as fish oil. Growth and proper development are aided by the […]

Is Your Immune System Confused? A Look at GMO Foods

November 1, 2011 by  
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  Most people have heard the reports that food allergies are on the rise in recent years.  One thing that may be playing role in this is genetically modified organisms (GMOs). Since 1996, Americans have been eating genetically modified ingredients in most processed foods. The main foods affected are corn, soybeans, canola, sugar beets, Hawaiian […]

Kid-Friendly Halloween Night Menu

November 1, 2011 by  
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Kid-Friendly Halloween Night Menu Menu
Kid-Friendly Halloween Night Menu
Here's an easy menu for a busy Halloween night– a healthier pizza, veggies and dip and apple cupcakes will fill them up and keep them happy!

Weeknight Chicken Supper

November 1, 2011 by  
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Weeknight Chicken Supper Menu
Weeknight Chicken Supper
The sweet and savory flavors of olives and prunes balance this dish beautifully. Serve with spiced carrots and couscous.

Broccoli, White Bean & Cheddar Soup Menu

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Broccoli, White Bean & Cheddar Soup Menu Menu
Broccoli, White Bean & Cheddar Soup Menu
It doesn't get much simpler or satisfying than this soup and salad for a quick weeknight meal.

Linguine with Escarole & Shrimp 500-Calorie Menu

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Linguine with Escarole & Shrimp 500-Calorie Menu Menu
Linguine with Escarole & Shrimp 500-Calorie Menu
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<p>Lots of tangy lemon, fresh tomatoes, escarole and shrimp create an incredible sauce for whole-wheat pasta.</p>

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