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5 Tips to Have Healthy Food On Hand
October 29, 2013  —  10:00

Author: Erica Duran | Category: Food Health Shopping | Comments: 0

5All my clients need the healthiest food so that they can keep their energy up as they are growing their businesses and to support their overall lifestyle. I borrow a lot of tricks from my time in culinary school and scale it down for a household.

Here are a few tips that more…

Erica Duran

Erica Duran is a published Productivity Expert/Coach, Web Designer & Certified Professional Organizer (CPO®). At Erica Duran International, she provides both virtual and in-person coaching around the globe through her programs, courses, and products. Erica mostly attracts women entrepreneurs and small business owners who want results fast! She helps them to clear the clutter in their lives at ALL levels, gets them out of just being "busy" and "overwhelmed" and into a calm, flowing, profitable and balanced lifestyle. Learn more and claim your FREE gifts at http://www.EricaDuran.co. You can find more of Erica's contact info here.


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Beef Stew with Winter Squash – Slow Cooker Recipe
October 14, 2013  —  16:40

Author: Judy@LHNH | Category: Food Recipes | Comments: 0

beef stew_optA couple of weeks ago I made this super easy recipe on the weekend. On a cold day, it’s even better: the aroma, hmmmmm… and dive into something tasty and warm. I got this started right after breakfast and dropped in the other ingredients while I was making lunch, and voila, it was ready for dinner. more…



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Helpful Hints for Gluten-Free Baking
September 24, 2013  —  6:35

Author: Marian Geringer | Category: Food Recipes | Comments: 2

gluten-freeIf you are just learning to bake gluten–free (GF), it will help for you to know some basic pointers. When I first started baking GF, I assumed it would be an easy transition since I have been baking most of my life. Not so, my GF baked goods came out either too moist, too crumbly, burnt and/or the flavors often taste off.  So I set out to find out the secrets to successful GF baking.  more…

Marian Z. Geringer

Marian is a Gluten & Dairy-Free Coach, Speaker, and Author. This journey started with her daughter who was diagnosed with migraines when she was 3 years old. After finally having made the connection between the migraines and gluten and dairy, Marian began brainstorming simpler, more direct ways to help others find their way through this process. Blending her education, life and career experiences together with her passion for exploring the Gluten & Dairy-Free lifestyle, she created “eZ Gluten-Free Life”. You can read more about Marian here and here.


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FREE Online Health Seminar
September 22, 2013  —  15:41

Author: Judy@LHNH | Category: Food Health Resources | Comments: 0

Green Living SummitI just found out about this seminar last night.  It’s FREE and it starts TOMORROW and will air for the next 10 days.  It was put together by fellow blogger, Nickie Knight, who overcame developmental delays, allergies and illnesses as a child.  She and her blog are dedicated to informing others about healthy surroundings (including food) and how it all impacts ones life.

I was super excited about it.  I signed up myself to listen and also to help promote it because I was really impressed by the panel of speakers.  more…



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Looking for Healthy Recipes, Money Saving Ideas?
September 17, 2013  —  6:00

Author: Judy@LHNH | Category: Food Recipes Resources | Comments: 0

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When someone asks, “What’s for dinner?” do you have an answer? Is it “the same old?”

Are you new to real food and wish you had more healthy recipes…including snacks and money-saving ideas?  Speaking of ‘snacks’, whether you purchase or not, feel free to enter the drawing below for $75 value of some wonderful snacks from Healthy Surprise.

The Traditional Recipes Collection is here to help. more…



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Guest Post: Gluten Free. Have You Been Thinking About It?
May 18, 2013  —  15:00

Author: Judy@LHNH | Category: Food Health Uncategorized | Comments: 0


gluten freeA couple days ago, I had the pleasure of meeting Rebecca Speert. After months of trying to connect – due to a mutual friend (thank you Jodi) who mentioned this website – we finally met up! Over a cup of tea, we talked for a couple hours about ourselves, our passion for health (which often comes from illness) and what drove the changes that we made to eating more nourishing foods.

One of the questions I often get when talking about food is more…



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Dirty Dozen Plus and Clean 15
May 1, 2013  —  19:33

Author: Judy@LHNH | Category: Food Health Shopping Uncategorized | Comments: 0

fruits and vegetables1As we know, the cost of buying organic vs. conventional fruits and vegetables tends to be more expensive.  And, to help save a bit of money there are some conventionally grown fruits and vegetables that aren’t cause for concern.  But, there are some that we should also steer away from.  The EWG recently released its 2013 Shopper’s Guide to Pesticides in Produce.  It includes the Dirty Dozen Plus and Clean 15 – an easy reference to take to the grocery store as you buy those all important fruits and vegetables. more…



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How to Buy and Why Soak Legumes or Pulses (Beans)
April 1, 2013  —  10:30

Author: Judy@LHNH | Category: Food Health Uncategorized | Comments: 1

But First, What Are Legumes or Pulses?

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To start, I had to look up the difference between a legume and a pulse… pulses are the edible seeds that grow on a legume.  Legumes are shrubs, herbs, and trees that produce pod-shaped fruit. The pods are what hold the pulses (such as peas).  For the rest of the post, I’ll just say ‘beans’, though most of what I refer to in this post applies to other pulses as well, such as chickpeas, mung beans, lentils, peas, peanuts, etc.

Purchasing and Using Beans

Beans are also a food that helps us more…



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Mediterranean Garbanzo and Black Bean Salad
March 31, 2013  —  22:33

Author: Judy@LHNH | Category: Food Recipes Uncategorized | Comments: 0

Mediterranean Chickpea and Black Bean SaladThis is super easy and refreshing salad that takes only minutes to make once you have the beans ready.  I prepare my beans ahead of time and store batches of them in the freezer.  I pull them out of the freezer when I’m ready to make this salad.

Serves: 4+ people as a side dish or salad.

 

Ingredients:

2 diced Persian Cucumbers

1 diced Roma Tomato more…



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Have You Checked Your Fish Lately?
March 23, 2013  —  23:55

Author: Judy@LHNH | Category: Food Health Uncategorized | Comments: 0

Do We Want Genetically Engineered Salmon on our Plates?

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Have you heard of Frankenfish? It’s a name given to AquaBounty Technologies’ genetically engineered Salmon. AquaBounty Technologies is a small American biotechnology company that increases the productivity of aquaculture: creating fast growing specimens (such as salmon, trout, and tilapia eggs) by genetic engineering. It seems like something you’d hear in a science fiction novel. It’s real though, and their GMO fish has been in the making for more than 17 years. Their engineered salmon has been patented and goes by the name of AquAdvantage Salmon. These GMO salmon grow twice as fast as other farmed Atlantic salmon and therefore reach “market size” in less time. more…



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