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Can you influence your Genes?

If you don’t think you can influence your genes, think again. 1 gene blueprint can have 30,00 variations. Our epigenome influences our genes by chemical switches that change the expression of our genes. The environment of our genes have an enormous effect on their expression. Identical twins start out with the exact same genetic material. But […]

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The Processed Food Industry

Tonight I heard Michael Moss, author of Salt, Sugar, Fat speak about his 4 year journey crawling through the underbelly of the processed food industry. Obesity now claims 1 in 3 adults and 1 in 5 children. But it turns out, it’s not all our lack of will power, but the adulteration of our food […]

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Healthy Iodine

Because of the tragic events in Japan last week, there has been some debate on radiation protection. It should be noted that most authorities agree that significant amounts of radiation reaching the United States, is very small. However, let’s learn what we can do to protect ourselves in the rare event that it does become […]

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Wholesome Nourishment

Children need a whole foods diet to grow, develop optimally and have a healthy immune system.  Creating healthy eating habits is the best preventive medicine.  The earlier you practice healthy eating the easier it will be later on.  But whatever age your child is, start now.  Healing is not an act, but a way of […]

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Buying Groceries That Count

BUYING GROCERIES THAT COUNT When you get to the grocery store, you may have limited time and budget, therefore, you need to make every minute and dollar count. Here are some tips on knowing what to buy in the produce, meat, poultry, fish and dairy departments that will keep you a clean machine! 5 COMMANDMENTS […]

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The Goodness of Greens

The Goodness of Greens There are many things to be said about Green Leafy vegetables. They are high in vitamins and minerals. To eat them, they can be chopped and placed into a salad, or lightly steamed and served with a little sea salt, ghee or butter and if you’re up for a different kick […]

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