Do You Know What’s in That Bottle of Olive Oil?

The topic of olive oil and the pros and cons of its health benefits have become extremely controversial over the past decade by authorities and self-prescribed authorities alike.  What we hear from the media and even the American Heart Association, provide differing and conflicting information with a wide range from “olive oil is the worst […]

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Almond Butter and Raw Cacao Chocolate Truffles

Almost everyone loves chocolate but chocolate desserts usually include loads of sugar and butter making them a highly processed and saturated fat food. This recipe not only avoids both processed and saturated fat but it delivers the benefit of good fat in the cacao nibs and antioxidants in the raw cacao.  Prep Time: 30 minutes […]

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Medical Shcools Need Nutrition Training

As this article suggests, unless we are living in a cave and don’t read the news, we are in the midst of a global obesity epidemic.  I’ll also add the epidemic of diabetes and heart disease as well. This well written article from Pharma and Healthcare is well worth reading and points to the fact […]

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The National Vegetarian Museum Hosts It’s Inaugural Talk in Chicago!

This exhibit invites visitors to explore the roots of Vegetarianism’s past and present, discovering the historical depth of the vegetarian movement and the vitality of today’s vegan community. Plus, the one hour lecture and discussion will help you gain a historical perspective of dietary changes in the U.S. and around the globe over the past […]

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Trust Us, You Can Use the Liquid From a Can of Beans to Make Dessert and Many Other Things

If you are on a plant based diet or moving toward one, you are undoubetedly wondering what to use in place of eggs. Look no further becasue the liquid from a  box, can or from cooking your own garbanzo beans (chick peas) or great northern beans works just as well.  Here’s an article that shows […]

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