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Ginger (Zingiber officinale) has a long and illustrious history. Indigenous to southeast Asia, this close relative of turmeric remains a common ingredient in Asian and Indian recipes, an excellent addition to teas, and is even featured in many specialty candies. The benefits of ginger are far more than culinary. For thousands of years, the powerful […]

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The question about what foods you should eat every day is one of the most common that I receive. There are really two parts to the answer. The first part is ancient history. Before “civilization,” humans consisted on a basic hunter-gatherer diet. Most of the foods consumed were “gatherer” foods since the “hunter” aspect was […]

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Type 2 diabetes is an epidemic around the world as the Western diet slowly floods the globe. The World Health Organization (WHO) states that 347 million people currently have diabetes and that diabetes was the cause of more than 1.5 million deaths in 2012 alone. There was a time when this particular disease was specific […]

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We are overdosing our bodies with food! Over the years, I’ve learned that some of our biggest health concerns come not from what you are lacking but what you are eating that your body doesn’t want or need. Portions in the developed countries of the world are ridiculous…it’s simply too much. Add to that the […]

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Sometimes you have a gut feeling about things. It’s happened to all of us. You don’t need all the facts about a situation to act. You instinctively know what to do. That feeling you have in your gut may be more than just an instinct. Research now proves that there is a greater connection between […]

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