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Healthy Food on a Budget: Protein by Brett - Sheer Balance Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Mon 16 Nov 2009 10:02pm 1 Comment by Brett Blumenthal As the economy continues to be somewhat unpredictable, you are probably looking for ways to cut back spending in a lot of areas…food being one of them.  If you do your research, it is possible to still eat healthy and not spend a fortune.  It means understanding what things cost per serving, and what nutritional values are ... Read on »
Food on a Budget: Protein by Brett - Sheer Balance Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Sun 19 Oct 2008 4:19pm 2 Comments by Brett Blumenthal As the economy continues to be somewhat unpredictable, you are probably looking for ways to cut back spending in a lot of areas…food being one of them.  If you do your research, it is possible to still eat healthy and not spend a fortune.  It means understanding what things cost per serving, and what nutritional values are ... Read on »
Food on a Budget: Protein ... by Mary Ellen B. Patient Expert Posted Thu 22 Jan 2009 3:41pm Food on a Budget: Protein by Brett Blumenthal As the economy continues to be somewhat unpredictable, you are probably looking for ways to cut back spending in a lot of areas…food being one of them.  If you do your research, it is possible to still eat healthy and not spend a fortune.  It means understanding wha ... Read on »
A Quick Guide to Protein by Lucky V. Patient Expert Posted Wed 18 Feb 2009 12:08pm It’s always difficult to choose a protein supplement. Most people don’t know what to look for when shopping for the best protein for muscle and strength. In fact, the best protein is not the same for everyone. Several products have top-quality ingredients and can be a great addition to your diet. However, many things should be considered p ... Read on »
Having a weight loss food chart ... by Shelley .. Patient Expert Posted Sun 14 Sep 2008 3:15pm Having a weight loss food chart on hand is a great way to keep on track of what you’re eating and what your body needs. With the weight loss food chart as your guide, you can have a good indication as to what you should/shouldn’t eat to enhance your weight loss efforts. Keep a chart in handy The best way to stick with your weight loss f ... Read on »
How Much Protein? by Dr. Scott ND Naturopathic DoctorFacebook Posted Tue 23 Jul 2013 8:21am I get this question all the time, “how much protein should I be eating?” While most of us think it is hard to get enough protein, the opposite is actually true. In our modern day world, it is easy to get enough protein. This protein myth is a hard one to get over and one that is deeply embedded in our culture. If you look at recommend ... Read on »
Chakra Foods for Optimum Health by Carole F. Patient Expert Posted Sun 12 Sep 2010 7:28pm “What color will you bring into your eating today?  Red – Passionate, Orange – Creative, Yellow – Powerful, Green – Healing, Blue – Intuitive, Purple – Spirit” Dr Deanna Minich Sometimes all you need to do is hold  a book to really know – I need to read this book.  Chakra Foods for Optimum Health is absolutely one of those books for me. ... Read on »
RAW FOOD REVOLUTION DIET: Finally, a diet book by PrettySmartOne .. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 25 Jan 2009 4:26pm I feel like I’ve struck gold!!! I’ve been reading Cherie Soria’s The Raw Food Revolution Diet today.  Written by Cherie Soria and two RDs, it covers information usually glossed over in other books which purport to tell us about the nutrition end of eating raw.  In this book, in addition to the usual introductory information about equipme ... Read on »
RAW FOOD RIGHT NOW SIGNS OFF by PrettySmartOne .. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 22 Nov 2011 7:13pm POST #718 I’m as sad as I can be.   Raw Food Right Now, 0ne of the best, brightest, and most lively raw food sites has just signed off .  (If you know them, you might have suspected this was coming, as there had not been any posts of any sort of almost a year.)  I wish them well. Based on what I understand of their very wordy “good-bye”, ... Read on »
New Nutrition Chart Changes The Way You Think About Food by MJT Patient Expert Posted Thu 02 Oct 2008 4:23pm The old Food Guide Pyramid that we know and love has been reorganized, both visually and in content. Based on new information and research provided by nutrition experts, the new My Pyramid establishes guidelines based on the most recent nutrition knowledge. Check out the new nutrition chart to find out if you still meet guidelines! Good ... Read on »