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Honey Roasted Pecans

Great, simple, sweet option for the holiday gifts or any time of the year! Read More

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Warming Butternut Squash Soup

This warming recipe for Butternut Squash Soup is a snap to make! Read More

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Why Hire a Personal Health Coach?

Ever wish you had an objective place to explore and process your job, spirituality, relationships, and your physical self to implement impactful action steps to achieve a the sustainable path to live your life to the fullest? Read More

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Have you dreamed of a chocolate chip cookie that is similar in taste and texture to those of your childhood? 

Here it is! Sans gluten and dairy but full of deliciousness! 

Much appreciation and thanks to the Urban Poser for all of your creations!

Chocolate Chip Cookies

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"But because it is effective, if harsh, agriculture adopted it instead, using it widely and legally for prevention of diseases in food animals. By the time medicine discovered it needed the drug back, resistance to colistin was already moving from agriculture into the human world."

Keep in mind that roughly 70% of antibiotics produced in the U.S. are used in our food supply for prevention of disease mainly due to CAFOs (concentrated animal feeding operations) ... not to treat disease in the animals. It is legal to do this without a prescription.

In humans by law, we are required to obtain a subscription from a medical doctor. Thankfully, many medical doctors have become more prudent with curtailing the overuse of antibiotics in their patient populations. An example of this trend is the treatment of ear infections in children. Doctors are now encouraged to wait it out to assess if the child's own immune system will clear the infection. Parents are sharing they use chiropractic care and/or natural remedies to effectively treat their children's ear infections.  

Encourage a discussion of preventive recommendations of any antibiotic with your doctor. Ask if it is really necessary or if it is just part of the general protocol for the medical procedure. Some common preventative usages are tooth extractions and minor surgical procedures. Suggest considering your overall health, specifically your immune system, when discussing the need with your doctor. Antibiotics used preventatively will alter the microbiome of the intestinal tract which may allow the overgrowth of harmful superbugs. It is widely believed up to 80% of the body's natural immunity is found in the gut. Maintaining a healthy intestinal system will be beneficial for your overall health.

"FDA must set clear targets for the reduction in antibiotic use. Otherwise, industry will continue to conduct business as usual, while the crisis of resistance continues to loom large and consumers pay the price." Keep Antibiotics Working 

It was only a matter of time before the ineffectiveness of some of the last line of defense antibiotics became useless in treating infections. Maintaining a healthy immune system is vital.










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Why Weight? Why Diets Don't Work.

In our fast-paced world, we have lost sight of many aspects of life that truly nourish and balance our bodies, such as slowing down, eating a home-cooked meal and spending quality time with loving people. Eating consciously and making simple lifestyle changes will create positive results and release you from the endless cycle of dieting. Read More

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Flu Fighting Tips

What is your secret to staying healthy this winter? Armed with nature's medicine cabinet, along with practical lifestyle tips, navigating the flu season doesn't need to be a cause for worry. Read More

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Why would any woman want to postpone a test that could save her life? Experts say the risks involved with screening—false positives, overdiagnosis, overtreatment—are becoming increasingly clear.

Appreciated being interviewed by the author, Laura Beil, to contribute and discuss the findings in the JAMA report which combined the research of 5 large scale studies. The studies broke down the consequences of mammography for 10,000 40 yr. old women who have mammograms every year for 10 yrs. The findings are interesting .....
 
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Pumpkin Spice Latte

Easy. Delicious. Try this effortless recipe for a Fall favorite. You'll never guess it's sans sugar and dairy. Now find a warm comfy spot. Enjoy! Read More

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Use these tips to avoid post-gym pantry raids.

Ever finish a tough workout and feel like you could gobble up an entire Thanksgiving dinner all on your own? Hunger is an inevitable result of exercise, but when your workouts leave you feeling completely ravenous, it can be hard to control your post-workout appetite.

Unfortunately, when your eating habits are left unchecked, your fitness and weight loss goals may become compromised.

Keeping your appetite in check after a workout is no easy feat, but we talked to a few experts and asked them to share their best anti-overeating tips.

“Firstly, it is important to acknowledge hunger and to eat when you are hungry,” says Charity Dasenbrock, a certified Eating Psychology coach through the Institute for the Psychology of Eating. “Hunger is a signal from our body that needs attention. Hunger is not an enemy or something that we should control.”

Instead, first acknowledge that your body needs fuel in the form of food. Eating after exercise is necessary; the key is to focus on re-fueling with wholesome, satisfying foods.

“Eating the right way will fill you up and help your body get to that end goal of losing weight and building lean muscle,” says Scott Malin, a NASM Certified Personal Trainer and creator of the H.E.M. Ankle Rehab System. “If you do not eat enough or if you choose the wrong foods, you could be sabotaging your hard work.”

Here a few things you can do to make sure your nutrition stays on track.

Malin suggests:

Including healthy fats in your post-workout meal: Malin says that healthy fats will aid with recovery and help to build lean muscle. “The best options are some foods that contain protein and healthy fats, like a handful of nuts or a plate of beans and guacamole. The idea is to satisfy your body with the micro and macronutrients it needs most instead of consuming empty calories that will not help you recover from the workout.”

Re-hydrating right away: “Drink at least two big glasses of water after your workout,” he said. “Your body will be in serious need of water after a long, hard workout. And drinking water will help fill you up and stop some of those hunger pains." Malin strongly suggests re-hydrating only with water and recommends avoiding sodas and juice because they will only provide empty, sugar-filled calories.
Eating slowly: Regardless of how hungry you are at the moment, Malin says that you should concentrate on eating your post-workout meal slowly. “Chew your food and enjoy the meal. There is a time lapse between your brain and stomach in terms of feeling full,” he explains. “Once you finish your meal, wait about ten minutes and then check in with your body. If you are still legitimately hungry, then eat a little more. But, you may be surprised to learn that your body actually feels full on a lot less food if you just give it a little time to digest.”

Additionally Certified Holistic Health Coach Sue Eull, INHC offers the following expert advice.

“Hard-to-control hunger could simply be the need to eat more calories, but it can also be a signal from our bodies that we are not giving it the overall nutrition it needs,” she explains.

She recommends making sure to consume an adequate balance of nutrients on a daily basis.

“Food is the fuel,” she said. “It sounds simple yet many individuals have a tendency to skip meals or snack in place of a meal. Implementing this tip will support your entire body; especially your adrenal function and blood sugar levels in relation to workouts.”

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