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Popeye, the Sailor Man, Green Spinach, Shake Smoothie and NeoLife Shake go together to make strong muscles What did Popeye know that research is just now proving? Researchers at the Karolinska Institute in Sweden have found that spinach could help develop muscle strength and fitness levels. Actually it could even provide benefits in just 3 days! Add […]

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Missing soy and whole grains versus nutrient deficiency case study Soy’s reputation as a healthy food Whole grain’s reputation as a healthy food Trends, fads and misinformation contribute to many food choices. I am not saying there is nothing to trends and fads in relation to food choices and nutrient deficiencies. Usually these trends or […]

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How healthy is the protein and fat from feedlot cows? Cows in feedlots may or may not be happy and healthy! Cows are herd animals. They love being with their buddies whether in a pasture or in a feedlot. I speak from experience; it takes a well built fence to keep cows away from one […]

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Liver from a grass-fed animal is considered a Super Food. Your liver is like a whole body filter system that helps you get rid of the bad stuff. So just how does this work? You are probably either saying, “Yuk, eating liver is beyond gross” or “I love liver, especially liver and onions.” Liver as […]

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Blogging about health and nutrition had been a dream of mine for many years; I just didn’t know what to call it. I had developed a passion for sharing the things I was learning about how nutrition affects immediate and long-term health. So when I first became interested in using the internet to share these […]

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  Diabetes nutrition is not all about calories. Yes, being overweight can contribute to diabetes as well as other associated diseases such as heart disease, high blood pressure, vision problems, joint problems, digestive issues, kidney disease, cancer, etc. In general conversations with diabetics, I have been told numerous times, “It doesn’t matter what I eat, it’s all […]

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    Health, Nutrition, Aging, and the Refining of Grains     Part II – Vitamins and Minerals are not Enough         Part I covered what has happened to our grains, our ‘Staff of Life’? The refining of grains can affect our short and long term health. Studies have proven that vitamins and minerals […]

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    Response to “Study Finds Vitamin E May Increase Risk of Prostate Cancer”      What is the real truth about vitamin E?  Vitamin E has been studied extensively over the past 2 or 3 decades and has been found to be a powerful nutrient.  That means that any question as to its safety […]

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The First Step to Nutrition – How to Look and Feel Healthier, Have More Energy, and Slow Aging   In today’s world you are bombarded with information about health.  What foods should you eat to stay healthy or regain lost health?  What foods should you not eat?  How can you have the energy to meet […]

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Running for the Diamond

August 1, 2011

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We spent July 2011 celebrating 50 years of marriage – our Golden Wedding Anniversary! Where did the time fly? What are the results of the past 50 years? It seems only a few years ago that we were celebrating my parents 50th Anniversary and then we turned around a couple times and celebrated their 60th. Will we be celebrating […]

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