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How to Make a Difference in Your Child’s Health with Real Food

Do you spend time reinforcing good health habits with your child? There are a variety of messages sent to children from many sources about health. Many of these messages contain false information, so it is important to help your child understand the reasons why. Food manufacturers, for example, label foods they sell as “healthy”, “natural“, “trans […]

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14 Ways To Eliminate Sugar Cravings

Do you ever stop and think about how much sugar you consume each day? It may be more than you think.  Sugar cravings are usually a sign of poor eating habits. The more sugar and refined carbohydrates you consume, the more you’ll crave. One of the reasons we have so much trouble with sugar is […]

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Critical Elements for Health Through Nutrition

To keep health optimal, there are some basic components that must be included in your diet each day day. By making certain you maintain these elements, you really can achieve great health. According to the principles of Nutritional Therapy Practice, attention to the following keep health in balance and eliminate many symptoms which can lead […]

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The Truth About Raw Milk, Part II

In yesterday’s article about raw milk,  we learned about the history of pasteurization, health benefits of raw milk, and some very specific information about the nutrient-dense value of milk and how it positively impacts health. Part II will include our family’s personal testimony of our experience drinking raw milk for the last three years, questions […]

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Restaurant Review and Venturing Into New Real Food Territory!

Photo credit, Raven L. On our family vacation last week, my husband Bruce and I went to a French restaurant we had visited on our last trip to Las Vegas last year – Marche Bacchus. This little bistro and wine market is located away from the strip (which makes it more affordable) and only about […]