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By Dr. Mercola Grist Magazine started me off on this list by providing the first five packaged foods that are completely unnecessary, as making them at home is not only simple, but far healthier and more inexpensive. I added five more to Jane Mountain’s list, for a total of 10. 1. Canned soup: This typically...
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Visit the Mercola Video Library By Dr. Mercola Throughout each day, your body loses water through your urine and sweat glands—even when you’re not purposely working up a sweat. As a result, you have to constantly replenish this fluid, and soft drinks do not count toward this requirement… Coffee and soda are typically high in...
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Plastic Bottle with Shampoo or hygienic cosmetic product, isolated on a white background By Dr. Mercola Unless you live in some remote wilderness, you’re likely being exposed to a wide variety of chemicals on a daily basis that can compromise your health. One class of chemicals that have become ubiquitous in the US is flame...
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Visit the Mercola Video Library By Dr. Mercola It’s peak season for cantaloupes in the US. While you can find them in most grocery stores year-round, they’re best in June, July, and August, so if you spot some at your local farmer’s market, don’t hesitate to pick up one or two. The video above shows...
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by Dr. Meghan Birt of Just Enjoy Food Meatloaf may not be the greatest name for a main dish. But I love the versatility of meatloaf and how you can customize it and fill it with delicious flavors. Meatloaf can include nuts, veggies, cheese, bacon, eggs or stuffed with cheese. This meatloaf recipe is grain free...
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by Kate of Real Food RN When I was pregnant with my son I ate Vietnamese Pho Chicken Soup from a local restaurant every Saturday night, without fail. They knew me there, all I had to do was call in a take-out order for Kate and they knew the rest! Yeah, that’s embarassing! But it...
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by Danielle from LoveLoveThing.com Fruit salads are always appreciated, no matter the time of year! This recipe calls for several “summer” fruits – however, feel free to substitute any you need with your favorites. It’s the honey and ginger that really give it a nice little kick while still keeping things nice and simple. Enjoy! Serves...
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by Kate of RealFoodRn.com Ever since we gave up gluten and most grains, I have LONGED FOR cream of wheat. I grew up eating it and loved the warm creamy texture, especially when topped with butter and honey! I have tried the gluten free quinoa hot cereals, the ground up oatmeal with a creamy texture,...
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by Danielle Baethge It’s a Love Love Thing During the fall one thing I try and do is eat a lot of delicious and comforting fall flavors. With so many slow cooker dishes and roasted veggies being made it is fun to mix things up a bit. Why not a big fall salad bursting with all...
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