Am I vegan?

by Brad
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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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Children’s MS Risk Linked to Mothers’ Sun Shortage

by Kelli
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Australian study finds multiple sclerosis risk 30% higher in kids whose first trimester occurred during winter months: Scientists suspect mothers’ consequent lack of vitamin D.

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Our Favorite ‘Real’ Seafood Company

by Brad

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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So it’s not the McNuggets causing the bad teeth

by Brad
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U.S. McNuggets not only contain more calories and fat than their British counterparts, but also chemicals not found across the Atlantic.

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The good-for-you bacteria

by Brad
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Bacteria can be good for you. True, this may be the opposite of what you’ve learned, but probiotics – an assortment of beneficial bacteria – may be just the thing to help keep you robust all year round.

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Health benefits of real chocolate

by Kelli
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Chocolate has long been considered the ultimate indulgence – a rich, romantic treat that not only tastes good, but makes you feel good too. Here’s some good news about chocolate that should help assuage any guilt you have about consuming it.

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Vitamin D3 Deficiency

by Kelli
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Vitamin D deficiency is easily diagnosed so investige whether you have Vitamin D deficiency and treating it if you do.

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Eating healthy on the road

by Brad
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So it was a fantastic trip, with only a couple missteps along the way as we tried to eat our best. We have our preparation and the ability to web search on my phone to thank for it. I little planning, and you can take eating healthy with you wherever you go.

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Lamentations of a pharmacy rep

by Brad
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Recently I was seeking help for design work on our blog. One of the designers we contacted spent some time looking at our blog and sent a very interesting reply. With her permission, here’s a portion of what she wrote: “…I like your blog. Love Skinny Bitch. I’ve read it and listened to it twice. […]

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Beneficial bugs

by Brad
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After all your hard work – planting, weeding, watering and caring for your garden – the last thing you want to see is an infestation of harmful pests wreaking havoc. But before you reach for the pesticide, consider the side affects.

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Raising vegetarian kids?

by Brad
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So you’ve decided to raise your kids vegetarian, or your older child has chose that vegetarian is the way of life for him. What are some things to consider?

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Vitamin D Foods

by Kelli
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Although the list of Vitamin D foods is fairly short, there are a handful worthy of mention that can help you increase your Vitamin D intake.

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Regrets of choosing vegetarian

by Brad
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Today I attended a business luncheon at a fancy hotel in town. The meal started off great with a huge wedge of lettuce with tomatoes and peppers. They were considerate enough to keep the blue cheese crumbles and the dressing on the side. Even hotels can learn. When the main dish came I was not […]

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