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Posts tagged "Healthy eating"

Baked Potato Recipe – Better than Fries

This baked potato recipe looks so good I just had to share.  My food allergies and food sensitivities won’t allow me to eat white potatoes or olive oil right now, but with a few modifications, I can’t wait to try this baked potato recipe! I’m going to try it with sweet potatoes, and then am […]

Posted by tonyab in Recipes for Healthy Eating.

GMOs and Genetic Roulette – Are You Sick and Tired of Feeling Sick and Tired?

Genetically Modified Food, Food Allergies, Health, Wellness, and Safety Are you concerned about what you’re eating?  Do you have any medical issues, food allergies, chronic inflammation, diabetes, heart problems, or other diseases that have you spending money on doctor bills, medical tests and exams, and drugs to treat symptoms, but don’t seem to be finding […]

Posted by Aliesa George in Alleviating Pain & Chronic Health Problems, Links to Interesting Articles, Mind-Body Health, Optic Neuritis, Videos.

January is National Soup Month – What’s Your Favorite Soup?

Amazing!  There is something to celebrate or acknowledge every month, and on almost every single day of the year.  Did you know that January is officially National Soup Month?  Are you eating soup this month?  Usually a great cold-weather food for those of us who enjoy Winter in January.  Soup warms the belly, and feeds […]

Posted by Aliesa George in Food and Nutrition, Mind-Body Health, Recipes for Healthy Eating.

January is National Soup Month – What's Your Favorite Soup?

Amazing!  There is something to celebrate or acknowledge every month, and on almost every single day of the year.  Did you know that January is officially National Soup Month?  Are you eating soup this month?  Usually a great cold-weather food for those of us who enjoy Winter in January.  Soup warms the belly, and feeds […]

Posted by Aliesa George in Recipes for Healthy Eating.

Healthy Eating and Sunfood Nutrition

Healthy eating seems to be such a challenge with today’s hectic lifestyle.  Eating out seems to be “faster” than fixing a good meal at home.  I have teetered back and forth on being “good” and eating well, and falling into not-so-great food choices with too many high calorie, high fat meals out. But it’s a […]

Posted by Aliesa George in Food and Nutrition, Health.