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Broccoli To The Rescue In a vegetable pinch? You have that bag of broccoli in the fridge you have to use it, but steam it again?!? You can’t bring yourself to do it. My go to for a veggie side is roasted broccoli. Why? Because I’m married to Dr Matt and he...
Sweet potatoes are loaded with Vitamin A and Vitamin C. It can be difficult to get adequate levels of vitamin A in a standard American dietary fare. This is great reason to bring sweet potatoes on board. A lack of vitamin A is associated with significant immune deficiency, along with a host of mucous membrane ailments.
A couple things to consider related to stress: Stress isn’t not going anywhere. Opportunities to be uncomfortable in life aren’t going stop. Stress/Load can be an opportunity for life growth
“I have not time to exercise.” Well, do you have six minutes a day that you could carve into your break neck schedule? Of course, we all have six minutes. Not enough time is not a sufficient excuse for letting your health go and becoming yet another...
Vaccines are always a hot topic with much emotion and lack of true science on both sides of the debate. Dr. Paul Thomas a pediatrician of nearly 30 years practicing in Oregon is a great resource on understanding vaccines.
These chocolate chip cookies hold together so well when compared to the Against All Grain recipe! They are also slight chewy, which is awesome. So easy to make, no extra steps!
Our mindset will be the difference maker in 2017. Health begins with a state of mind and the activities that promote health flow from this state of mind. We humans are constantly creating self-inflicted limitations. We foolishly believe that our own self-assumed...
Two things I am not fond of: wasting time and wasting money. Below are some excellent books I have personally read and found extremely beneficial personally and/or professionally. Remember when you read, read for understanding not just knowledge accumulation. Enjoy!...
Cellular glutathione levels are the major predictive marker of our actual age. The more glutathione present within the cell, the younger our bodies are.
Do I need to juice to be healthy? Juicing is a fantastic way to supplement our whole foods diet with the richest phytochemicals nature has to offer.
The “Jenzer dressing” or “Mrs. Jenzer’s salad dressing” has been going on green salads in my home since before I was born. We literally had this dressing or a version of this salad dressing every day at my house with our dinner greens.
Sometimes you NEED a chocolate chip cookie! But you also want to feel good about eating the cookie. I whipped these up the other night and it’s hard not to eat them all.
It is time to winterize our body’s to combat the cold and flu virus and give your immune system a fighting chance. Generally, the holidays are an especially immune suppressing time, because the food choices usually are on the nutrient-deficient side, we are around lots of people in small confined place and our exercise routines can get thrown to the curb in favor of shopping, eating, and/or partying.
Cyanocobalamin is the most commonly supplemented form of vitamin B12. The interesting thing is that you will at no point find this type of B12 in nature or in your body.
Amazingly the success rate of acupuncture with chronic pain is in the range of 55-80%. Considering that the highly potent pain medication morphine helps pain about 70% of the time, acupuncture is a viable modality in pain management and eradication.
The most common symptoms related to chronic exposure to non-ionizing radiation are brain fog, low energy, insomnia, skin irritation, and headaches.
That spare tire you are carrying around your waist is bringing far more return than any financial planner could ever hope for. And yes, just like interest compounds, so does unnecessary fat. As a matter of financial investment, there is absolutely nothing that...
The everyday mastery of excellent habits will do nothing but enable your body to enjoy Outrageous Health. These are not big things; just little everyday matters that make mounds of difference.