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Antibiotics in Meat: The Prescription You Didn’t Mean to Fill

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When I was growing up, doctors handed antibiotic prescriptions out like candy – yep, just like the lollipops they gave you for being good. I may not have come outta there with a lollipop every time, but I always had a bottle of pink Strawberry-Banana-flavored amoxicillin by the end of the day. Times have changed.

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7 Seasonal Superfoods You Should be Eating this Summer

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We often hear about the importance of eating seasonally, like the health benefits to be gained by eating food that hasn’t been sitting in storage for a year. But since our grocery stores are so good at making their year-old inventory look fresh, you may be wondering, like me, what really is in season?

Here are 7 healthy and maybe new-to-you foods to try right now.

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Catching Up With Kelli

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Ok, so you may have noticed I’ve been a bit absent for a while. I’m easily overwhelmed these days, so the idea of writing this post to catch you up feels daunting. But I decided I’d like to let you in on what’s been going on with me and keeping me so occupied that I just haven’t had much time for my baby (Fooduciary).

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Three Ways to Spring Clean Your Diet

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Spring is definitely here, and summer is not far behind. As the temperatures are rising I’ve been feeling a shift in what foods I’m craving – does that happen to any of you? I’m feeling a craving for more raw than cooked foods now. Along with the rest of the Spring cleaning we do, Spring cleaning your diet is a good idea because your body’s needs change according to the season.

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Crowding sugar out

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Your best bet to reducing the amount of sugar your children eat is to focus on adding nutritious foods, rather than on eliminating all sweets. The idea is that we don’t have to do it all perfectly.

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The Dark Side of Chocolate…Is So Good!

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Here’s your permission to eat your chocolate alone. Not like ‘all by myself’ kind of alone, I’m just talking about eating chocolate straight up. But yes, I do it all by myself sometimes.

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GMO in the United States: Sugar Beets

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Find out about the genetically-modified (GMO) battle over sugar beets in the United States, how it compares to GMO struggles in Australia, who’s running the show and how it’s being run.

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Dreaming of Dinner in Bali

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Time to catch up again! We’re in Bali and last night’s raw food dinner at a fancy resort was so good I’m still dreaming about it.

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Catching up with Fooduciary (Part II): Shot in the Arm

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Finish getting caught up with Fooduciary. Find out what we found in New Zealand and Australia, and share with us what gives you a boost in life.

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Catching up with Fooduciary (Part I): Shot in the Arm

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It’s time to catch up with Fooduciary. Find out what keeps us going, and let us know what keeps you inspired to follow your dreams.

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Fruits that Fight Diabetes

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Exciting new evidence in 2010 suggests that eating some fruits can actually help reduce the risk of developing diabetes and help you manage it if you already have it.

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Mobile Detox

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Imagine this: you’re in the land of rice and beans and fried everything. When you do get a side salad with that meal, it’s a sliver of iceberg lettuce and a tomato wedge. And then add in this challenge…for two weeks you can only eat vegetables, fish, and nuts. Now take that a step further, leave your apartment and go on a road trip in said country and see if you can still avoid eating any of the foods that aren’t on your approved list.

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Eating Local in Costa Rica

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How do you eat local in Costa Rica? That’s a good question, and one we’ve been on a hunt to find an answer to since we got here two months ago. We’ve been surprised at what we’ve found.

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