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Is there a Cure for Autoimmune Disease?

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This article is by Dr Mark Hyman and is from his blog. We’ve included it here in its unedited original form as part of our Recommended Reading, which is a collection of articles not written by Fooduciary panelists but that we feel are important to share with our readers. _______________________________________ ISABEL, A CUTE 10-YEAR-OLD GIRL […]

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7 Foods that Should Never Cross Your Lips

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Food scientists are shedding light on items loaded with toxins and chemicals—and simple swaps for a cleaner diet and supersized health.

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Nature wins again!

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A Journal of Nutrition study showed that whole-grain rye bread got things moving again (you know what I mean) better than laxative drugs.

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How To Cure Cravings By Using Radical Indulgence by Karol Gajda

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I saw this post yesterday written by Karol Gajda on his blog RidiculouslyExtraordinary. Karol blogs about his travels and living a minimalist life, and he also happens to be a vegan. His post yesterday was awesome. We all have our cravings (mine at one time, post changing my food habits, was hot dogs, which only […]

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12 Fruits and Veggies You Should Never Buy Conventionally Grown

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If you’re eating non-organic celery today, you may be ingesting 67 pesticides with it, according to a new report from the Environmental Working Group.

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Breakfast Goulash

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Ok, I’m actually a little nervous to keep writing about some of the things Kelli and I eat at our house. I’m sure to the average person they sound totally disgusting.

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A little (literally) food for thought

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The U.S. uses 16 percent of its gross domestic product for health care and Americans spend just under 6 percent of their income on food.

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Prescriptions: Not real

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So many of the issues that plague Americans could be cured – cured, not patched over – if they would stop to look at what is the root cause of the issue. And guess what…it almost always points back diet and nutrition. That’s why I want my food real.

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Pop cultures

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What countries drink the most soda? And should we tax those drinks?

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9 Foods Not to Give Your Kids…or Anybody Else

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Since most kids have hummingbird metabolisms that adults can only envy, it’s often easy to give them a free pass and let them eat whatever they want. But eventually those metabolisms slow down and the pounds settle in.

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Cola: The Real Junk Defined

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Sure, soda pop is the biggest calorie source in the American diet. Is there anything real in there?

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Am I vegan?

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People ask me if I’m vegan because almost all of the time I’ll opt for a vegetarian option at a restaurant. (I think it’s safer; I hope it is, anyway).

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Our Favorite ‘Real’ Seafood Company

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Adding more fish to your diet is a huge step to improving your overall health. But recently new concerns have surfaced about fish that make it so we need to be more conscious about the type of fish we eat and where it comes from.

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