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Sweet Potato Black Bean Enchiladas (V,GF)

by Kelli & Brad
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Here’s a great dish to serve for a hearty meal. I love baking a dish of these on Sunday afternoon and eating the leftovers for lunch all week. Even your non-healthy eating friends will like this one. Some may wonder, “Where’s the chicken?”, but they’ll get over it.

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Appreciating Your Health When It’s Good

by Maura Knowles
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Knowing all we know and how important following a healthy life-style is to good/optimum health, why do some of us ignore it and play as if we were invincible?

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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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Want to eat healthy, but unsure where to start?

by Brad
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Did you know that March is National Nutrition Month? The theme this year is Get Your Plate in Shape. It’s not much of a stretch at all that focusing on what you put on your plate may be the most important thing you could be doing right now. Changing the way you eat could change […]

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Is it Best to Eat Fruit Alone?

by Brad
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We all love fruit right? When it comes to making healthy choices, it’s a lot easier to reach for a juicy mango then a stalk of celery. But according to some nutrition experts, fruit is best eaten on its own.

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

by Kelli
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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

by Kelli
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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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5 Ways to Halt Holiday Stress

by Kelli
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It’s the second week of December. Chances are you’re up to your eyeballs in parties, shopping, plans, food, family, events, parking, crowds . . . and you may be feeling a little stressed. Here are 5 natural ways to reduce stress at any time of year, even during the Holidays.

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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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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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Be Your Own Health Advocate: Take Charge of Your Health Care

by Kelli
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It’s tough to navigate the medical system these days. It’s a pretty intimidating world, from the grim-faced doctors, to the sterile environment of offices and hospitals, to insurance sticklers and financials concerns. That’s not to mention whatever’s ailing you in the first place.

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Intro to Complementary Alternative Medicine

by Kelli
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Complementary Alternative Medicine (CAM) is becoming a more and more common source of treatment, but the vocabulary and distinctions between therapies can be confusing. The following is a list of some common CAM therapies and a brief description of each.

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