Butternut Squash and Pumpkin Seed Spring Rolls (V,GF)

by Kelli & Brad
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These are honestly the best spring rolls I’ve ever had. They are great anytime, but especially in the fall and winter when the butternut squash are in season.

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Update on Recommended Vitamin D Levels

by Kelli
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The “official” results are finally in for vitamin D: the U.S. Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) has been increased significantly, which is great news.

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5 Things to Cut Out of Your Diet

by Brad
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I received this dandy little article in my inbox recently. It’s written by Tony Horton, the creator of the famous P90X routine. This would apply to those trying to build muscle or lose weight, and anyone else just trying to eat healthy. I’m just going to let this one speak for itself (except that anyone who does P90X knows that he is not a fan of dairy – and we know how bad that is for you – so I’d add one more to his list). You may or may not like it. He said it, not me.

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Change the Oil Change the World?

by Brad

Here’s my question. In a lifestyle where eating a home cooked meal using healthy ingredients is still the norm, and walking everywhere you want to go is just a part of life, why do most of the old people look so unhealthy?

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I’m Gonna Fight Back

by Kelli
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The word “Remisson” usually inspires good thoughts, good feelings, and hope. On the other hand, the word “Relapse” often carries with it fear and worry.

I’ve just gotten hit with a relapse, and I’m already fighting back.

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How to Find the Best Omega 3 Fish Oil Supplement

by Kelli
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One of the most common questions I’m asked is whether there’s any difference among all the different Omega 3 fish oil supplements out there. As it turns out, not all fish oil supplements are created equal.

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You either pay the farmer or the doctor

by Brad
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Switching to a plant-based diet, and organic as much as possible, has actually saved us quite a bit of money. How? Well, you either pay the farmer or you pay the doctor, and doctors cost more!

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Fooduciary has gone mobile

by Brad
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Fooduciary has gone mobile. There are just a few things that Kelli and I are passionate about. Eating good food to be healthy is the first, and traveling for adventure and to explore is another. So, we’ve taken Fooduciary on the road.

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Be Your Own Health Advocate: Work Hard

by Kelli
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If you want good health, you’ve got to be willing to work for it. It usually comes down to doing what’s more difficult than what’s easy.

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Be Your Own Health Advocate: Medications

by Kelli
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Be very careful with medications. Prescription and many over-the-counter medications are very powerful and have a profound impact on your body.

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Be Your Own Health Advocate: Research

by Kelli
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Doing research on your own will help you have good questions to ask your doctor, as well as give you an idea of options and possibilities.

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Be Your Own Health Advocate: Ask Questions

by Kelli
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Asking questions is a critical and continual process in being your own health advocate. Here are some tips for asking questions:

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Be Your Own Health Advocate: Find a Good Doctor for You

by Kelli
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When it comes to selecting a healthcare provider, be sure to first get clarity with yourself about what characteristics are most important to helping you create a positive healthcare experience. By starting there, you will be more likely to find someone who meets your needs.

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