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The right nutrition in pregnancy by OlwenAnderson Health Maven Posted Fri 13 Sep 2013 10:00am There’s an old saying about ‘eating for two’ during pregnancy, and like many old sayings, there’s an element of truth in it. When you are pregnant, many of your nutritional needs expand as your waistline expands with the growing baby. Makes sense, really, as you are now eating to maintain your own body, plus you’re creating another human being as ... Read on »
Heredity & Environment - What Role Does Nutrition Play?? by Dr Jeannie Naturopathic DoctorHealth Maven Posted Sun 19 Oct 2008 3:24pm Heredity & Environment What Role Does Nutrition Play? Are many of our dog problems today due to their environment or to poor heredity and what role does nutrition play? I believe that many of our modern day dog diseases and genetic problems are due to the foods that we them, the abundance of vaccines we inject them with and other chemicals ... Read on »
Egg Nutrition and the age-old question… by FitBuff Brandon Patient Expert Posted Thu 30 Sep 2010 5:30am Introduction It's been a while now since I've visited a church or any form of religious gathering… er… more appropriately, in the 90s… ever since I realized that being open-minded was not necessarily one of their strong points, to say the least. But it has been on my mind – this overpowering search for the age-old que ... Read on »
Demystifying chicken labels: From Organic to All Natural by Metroknow A. Patient Expert Posted Thu 14 Aug 2008 10:04am This article is the third part in a series on buying chicken. Part 1 is How to buy chicken without getting punched , and the second discusses how to save money on chicken at the grocery store . In this part, I’ll describe how to interpret the dizzying array of labels that are used on packaged chicken, and give you my purchasing prioritie ... Read on »
Murray’s Chicken Sausage by Comfy Tummy Patient Expert Posted Fri 13 Nov 2009 10:02pm 1 Comment My family is part Italian and part Polish so sausage has always been an integral part of my existence. I’ve given up on most encased meats in tube form since learning about nutrition and embarking on healthier diets for me such as the SCD. I am very wary of nitrates and nitrites and the harmful effects they can have on the human body and avoi ... Read on »
Fun-Filled Friday: Toilet, Obama Seal, Sleepy, Airline, Volcano, Chicken Nuggets, Halladay, IVF, TV, $666 by Jimmy M. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 08 Oct 2010 4:45pm Bring it! It’s “Fun-Filled Friday” time and as usual I’m loaded for bear. Let’s get started with a political sign I have driven by quite often during this 2010 election season and I just had to take a picture of it to share here in my Friday post. This one speaks for itself! Is it just me or does the image of a toilet on a political ... Read on »
Flax-Breaded Chicken Tenders by Gretchen P. Posted Tue 17 May 2011 7:33am Yep. You read that right. It’s (sort of) healthy chicken tenders! Huzzah! I’ll get to that in a second, though. First things first: Hooray! I exercised! Again! Too bad my Garmin watch took like a million and a half years to load, and so I just gave up on it and turned it off. So I actually don’t really know how far I went, but I ... Read on »
Easy Slow Cooker Pulled Chicken & A Sunday Reflection. by NutritionistInTheKitch Posted Sun 20 Jan 2013 4:22pm Jan 20 2013 Easy Slow Cooker Pulled Chicken & A Sunday Reflection. Dairy Free / Dinner / Gluten Free / Lunch / Mr & Mrs S. Get Lean : 12-Week Fit Challenge  Posted by Christal Tweet I hope everyone is having a wonderful Sunday so far! Sunday is definitely on ... Read on »
9 Nutrition Myths Busted! by Healthy Living .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 16 Oct 2008 3:22pm Myths Busted Set the record straight once and for all and find out what nutrition myths have been busted. Myth: If something is low in fat I can eat more of it FALSE Focussing solely on a food’s fat content is only telling half the story. That’s because a low fat food might still differ in essential nutrients or be high in sugar, and ... Read on »
Dear Mark: Glutathione, Workout Nutrition, Cartilage Regeneration, Pam, and the Best of the Worst by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 25 Apr 2011 12:53pm It’s another round of rapid-fire Q&A with reader questions this week. Ever wonder about olive oil in a spray can, or which meat to choose when dining out? Do you have joint issues, or questions about workout nutrition? These readers do. Read on to learn my answers to these and other questions. And if you have your own pressing nutrition and ... Read on »