Cilantro Pesto Recipe… Detox

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Follow my blog with Bloglovin Cilantro Pesto Detox This Cilantro Pesto is an excellent detox for pulling out the excess toxic minerals out of the body’s cells and eliminating them from the body all together. Healthylicious! It is easy to make and tastes great.  Try it on sourdough toast, pasta, …

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Diet Soda… Drink Liquid Poison

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Recently, one of the students from CSUB asked to shadow me as part of her university course requirements for nutrition. I agreed. Last week, the student shared with me her personal experiences after drinking a diet soda. I asked her to provide me with a writeup as part of her …

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How Healthy is the Egg; Free Range ?

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Real Free Range Chickens:  There has been and will undoubtedly continue to be much discussion about the egg.  No, I do not mean “which came first, the chicken or the egg!” I just want to talk about the egg not the chicken. You ask, “how healthy is a free range, …

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How to Reduce HBP with Fresh Fish

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Earlier today I received a text from a friend wanting to know if I knew where she could get bonito fish because she was told it would help her with her high blood pressure (HBP). I told her I was not sure, perhaps in one of the Asian Markets because …

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Fries… How to Cook Homemade

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There are several foods that autistic individuals are drawn to and even crave with French fries at the top of the list. However, this “can’t live without” vegetable when fried, roasted, grilled or fried at high temperatures creates acrylamides a toxic human carcinogen that is detrimental to the brain. Given autism …

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How to Unravel the Cause of Autism

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  Autism is more correctly labeled as Autism Spectrum Disorder which by definition indicates a broad, wide range within a given category. Within the definition the cause is clearly stated as  “unknown”. However, there are many theories and speculations.  Some of the speculation are: the MMR (measles, mumps and rubella) …

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Pink Slime??? YUCK!

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In a previous post, “If You’re Gonna eat Meat, Eat Organic” I stated what NOW has come to light in the news as the obvious. Apparently this “pink slime” has been added to over 70% of the beef produced in the U.S.  Additionally, ammonium hydroxide as been added to the …

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Did You Feed and Exercise Your Brain Today?

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March 12th began Brain Awareness week. There are a number of things you can do with respect to warding off dementia and Alzheimer’s. To start with, eat foods that reduce inflammation and increase concentration.   A few more things you can do are: Get adequate amounts of sleep Avoid sleeping …

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National Alzheimer’s and Diabetes Month

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Mama_Vegas_Logo   Alzheimer’s disease strikes Americans every 72 seconds and every 17 seconds, someone is diagnosed with diabetes. This November, during Americans Diabetes Month, National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month and National Family Caregivers Month, the Alzheimer’s Association is providing insight and support to those caring for someone with Alzheimer’s with two …

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Granny Smith Apples, Not just for Pie Anymore

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During this time of the year, Granny Smith apples are the top sellers and traditionally have been used in pies. Try using them in bread pudding, oatmeal, oatmeal cookies or even cranberry sauce. These apples are high in pectin which helps to thicken recipes. In cranberry sauce substitute orange juice …

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