Gluten Class, Part 3: The Food Tube

by Frances Arnold on April 9, 2014

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Do you know exactly what happens to your food from the time it enters your mouth until the time your intestines go to town on it? In this video, Anne Buzzelli, MS, RD, shows us the fascinating journey that food takes through your digestive system. You’ll discover how gluten affects your gut!

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Easy, Fun Massaged Kale Salad Recipe

by Frances Arnold on March 23, 2014

This massaged kale salad recipe is a winner for kids who love to get their hands into things! Kids who are involved in making vegetable dishes are more likely to eat them.

Fresh Kale and Beet Greens

It’s no wonder that kale is taking a central place on American plates, now. As part of of the Brassica family, kale is practically a miracle food with it’s benefits. Of it’s many wonderful attributes, it is associated with promoting eyesight and fighting cancer. It’s high in carotenoids, which lower the risk of many cancers, including lung, esophageal, mouth, pharynx and bladder cancer.. It is a rich source of iron, calcium, B-vitamins, fiber and health-protective phytochemicals. Doesn’t it taste good just hearing about the benefits?


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Easy, Delicious Green Foods for St. Patrick’s Day

March 12, 2014

Why is it that we use holidays as an excuse to overload ourselves with toxic, nutrient-depleting sweets and other junk food? Saint Patrick’s day doesn’t need to be centered around overloading ourselves with fake-dye, green junk food. This post isn’t centered on sweet treats, but is focused on delicious, nutrient-dense green foods. Maybe I’ll do […]

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Creamy, Green, Anti-inflammatory Smoothie Recipe

March 9, 2014

Green smoothies are bringing sexy back. This suave elixir boosts your immune system, while also one-upping your anti-aging cream. Green drinks are the best tasting multi-vitamin you can get your pretty paws on. Drinking your salad gives you an opportunity to consume far more veggie-loves than you would treat yourself to otherwise. I can guzzle […]

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Easy Brussels Sprouts with lemon, cumin and ghee

March 5, 2014

Click here to see my video on how to make this easy and delicious dish. This recipe is darn tasty, as the Brussels are seasoned with lemon zest, cumin seeds, and ghee (recipe below). Part of the trick to Brussels sprouts and any Brassica (such as broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage) is to have it properly cooked. […]

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Gluten Class Part 2: Is Gluten Affecting Me?

February 23, 2014
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How do you know if gluten is affecting you? Celiac and gluten sensitivity is on a spectrum. In this video, Anne Buzzelli, MS, RD helps you discover the answers to these questions and what you can do about it. Part 1 of this series is here. Because I have severe gluten problems with gluten, and […]

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Gluten Class Part 1: Intro to Wheat

February 11, 2014
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How could a common food we’ve been eating for centuries possibly be bad? In this video, Anne Buzzelli introduces us to wheat, gluten and tells us something many would call heresy, but could be a vital bit of information for your health! You may know that I’m passionate about gluten sensitivity and Celiac disease, as […]

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Love & Passion Relationship Coaching

February 9, 2014

Take an honest look at your intimate relationship. Is it missing passion, alignment, engagement, or support? Does your relationship feel like it’s missing that electric energy, which was there in your first months or first years together? Are you settling for boring and disconnected, believing that this is how all relationships end up? Even worse, […]

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Beat Cold and Flu Season with Medicinal Herbs

February 3, 2014

By Rebecca Potter Has your entire family ever made it through cold and flu season without succumbing to what’s “going around”? If so, congratulations! If not, I’m here to help you do that naturally! Being an herbalist, I like to get to the root of the problem, which in the case of colds and flu […]

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Tasty, Healthy, Low-Calorie Beverages

January 31, 2014

Anti-Inflammatory, Flavor Infused Water I wish I could remember who originally gave me these wonderful recipes for beverages, but I don’t. At least you know that I am not the original creator of most of these recipes. I’m just the grateful recipient, and am passing this along to you. You can add a huge variety […]

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