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Fruits that Fight Diabetes

by Kelli
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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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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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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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Breakfast Goulash

by Brad

Ok, I’m actually a little nervous to keep writing about some of the things Kelli and I eat at our house. I’m sure to the average person they sound totally disgusting.

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Wait…Am I Younger Yet?

by Kelli
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The science behind how nutrients repair and rejuvenate your body—and how long it takes to reap your healthy habit rewards. Science has confirmed that the nutrients in our food can slow down and even reverse aging. Here’s exactly how and when you can expect the health payoff you want.

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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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