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Catching Up With Kelli

by Kelli

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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When Perfect Eating Eats Away At Us

by Dr. Corey Schuler, MS, DC, CNS, LN
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Healthy living is simple, right? Eat right and exercise. Done and done. However, with the ever expanding information in nutritional science, and purveyors of specific dietary tribalism and dietetic dogma, a new challenge has arisen. A condition known as orthorexia nervosa is not even a diagnosis code yet, but it is indeed very real.

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Going Out Tonight? Here Are a Few Healthy Restaurant Eating Ideas

by Isabel De Los Rios
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So you’ve decided to eat healthier, starting with cleaning up your diet. Sooner or later it’s time to go eat out and you may not have full control of the restaurant choice. Here are a few ideas you can use to stick to your new clean eating goals and still have a good time going out.

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Three Ways to Spring Clean Your Diet

by Kelli
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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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Is Organic Worth The Extra Money? Images Tell the Story Best

by Brad
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Very often people ask us if paying the extra money for organic produce is worth it. We do our best to explain the benefits, but of course we know that images, pictures, and stories are more powerful than mere data, so we try to use those as much as possible.

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So You Like Those Free Samples at the Grocery Store Do You?

by Maura Knowles
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As a Morselist, promoting healthy Morsels at food fairs and store demos, I’ve met the gamut of people: ones only seeking out free samples, others interested in new products, some want education, and many make great story fodder.

Now, I know I’m supposed to stay positive and sunny and I will probably offend some people, but COME ON! Everyone’s got a breaking point, right?

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Flexible Fun Friday and a Confession

by Maura Knowles
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We all have crazy days and can’t be good all the time, and that’s why I love the 90/10 Rule: Be good 90% of the time and 10% forgive ourselves. Being flexible is key or we just might snap!

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What You Need to Know Before Ordering from a Juice Bar

by Donna Gates
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Juice bars are popping up everywhere: in shopping malls, in health food stores, and along boutique-lined streets. While opting for juice rather than a sugary coffee drink is a step in the right direction, it does not necessarily mean that what you are getting at the juice bar is good for you.

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The Irish and Their Grub

by Maura Knowles
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We do our best to eat as healthy as possible when we can control the situation, right? When the normal routines are good, you can enjoy the occasional treats with your friends and family and have fun without the smallest feeling of guilt. Relax, take advantage of good times and adventures. Life is to be experienced!

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Ponderings Inspired by My Diabetic Friend

by Brad
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What has to happen to make healthier eating easier and more accessible to the average person? What would it take to get those options into people’s hands as quickly and affordably? Is it possible to make changes significant enough that healthy food becomes the norm?

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Vital Choice is on Sale!

by Brad
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Ok, this is going to be the most direct product recommendation we’ve ever done, but we were excited enough about this sale for our own selfish reasons that we figured we had to share it. It’s the first time we’ve seen a site wide sale like this. If you’ve been with us for a while, […]

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The Dark Side of Chocolate…Is So Good!

by Kelli
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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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Killer rhubarb

by Brad
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So I just read today that rhubarb leaves have toxic levels of oxalic acid. What are some of the symptoms of oxalic acid poisoning? Well…

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