How Can Sourdough Bread Be Healthier than Wheat?

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Like everything else in the commercial world of making money, the push for some time now has been to eat more wheat bread because it is healthier for you. Well, just like the rest of the sheep out there, I was following the Pied Piper right over the proverbial cliff. …

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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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Why Eat Coconut Butter not Cow Butter?

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Chinese Proverb: When someone shares something of value with you and you benefit from it, you have a  moral obligation to share it with  others.. I am passing on to you what has been shared with me!   According to Bruce Fife, ND, author of The Healing Miracles of Coconut …

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What’s In Your Milk?

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  Coconut milk or goats milk is much better for human consumption than cows milk. The proteins in cows milk is difficult on the human digestive system. An indicator of the harshness on the system is evidenced by the increased number of people that are lactose intolerant to the point …

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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 Destarch High Carb Vegetables

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What are high carb (carbohydrate) starchy vegetables and why do we want to destarch them? High starch vegetables are vegetables that are high in carb (carbohydrates) and sugars and low in protein.  Some high starch vegetables are: corn, potatoes, beans, peas, yams, and many other root vegetables (vegetables that grow …

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Your Body Knows Different Sugars

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Recent television commercials promoting cornsugar.com states, “sugar is sugar and your body doesn’t know the difference”. It is my contention that your body knows the difference between sugars and it is easy to show evidence supporting my supposition. Using scientific evidence of Glycemic Index, I submit the Glycemic Index for …

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Allergies & Cancer are Related! How…

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First, let me inform you that this is the information I have gathered due to the large number of requests from my readers to write on allergies. As usual, I encourage you to validate anything you read that I post. My educational background as a teacher and nutritionist allows me …

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Pre germintation? What and Why?

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Pre germination is the process of soaking seeds, grains and beans to soften them allowing for a shorter germination period. It preps them to become a live plant, just before becoming a sprout. The application of pre germination I use in preparing brown rice, grains(oats, red rice, black rice, Bulgar, …

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Should Sugar Be Regulated?

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For over ten years, the products I make in my business do not have sugar. Instead, I use raw honey, pure maple syrup or molasses. In some instance a little DARK brown sugar. The taste is just as good and often better with the added bonus of health benefits from …

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