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  • Train Your Taste Buds To Like Healthy Foods
    Imagine how fit and healthy you’d feel and look if you could train your taste buds to enjoy healthy foods that are nutrient and anti-inflammatory powerhouses like broccoli, turmeric and kale, as much as those comfort foods you crave like chocolate chip cookies, brownies, cookies and cakes. You can actually train your taste buds to favor your fit and healthy body and life and it’s quick and easy! Source ... Read More
    Published on Friday, January 11, 2019
  • Cinnamon Banana Belly-Fat Burning Oats
    Who doesn’t love to wake up to a creamy comfort food that’s deliciously satisfying, packed with protein and fiber to stave off hunger and that also helps with weight control and belly fat burning—and that can double as a 6-ingredient, 5-minute meal? We sure do! For us, just the smell of a warm, comforting bowl of oatmeal reminds us of growing up, when we had no worries in the world and it was our... Source ... Read More
    Published on Monday, December 31, 2018
  • greek-inspired spinach breakfast salad
    Sure, a spinach and feta omelet is a comforting, breakfast-y pick. But how about a spinach and feta salad in the morning? Do it! I adore doing salad for breakfast or brunch. You get the deliciousness of an omelet along with extra nutritiousness. Plus, it’ll satisfy until your next meal without giving you that uncomfortably full feeling. In fact, don’t just reserve this salad for breakfast; it’s equally lovely for lunch or dinner. Hope ... Read More
    Published on Friday, December 28, 2018
  • two-ingredient berry mustard
    I like traditional mustard. But I looove fruity mustard. Luckily, it’s super easy to make it yourself. It literally takes seconds to fix. You’re definitely going to want to try this two-ingredient berry version. Enjoy it as a condiment of choice for meatless or no-so-meatless burgers or cheesy sandwiches. Use it as a dipping sauce in place of honey mustard. Or try it as a topping for grilled fish or poultry. Yep, it’s quite ... Read More
    Published on Friday, December 28, 2018
  • Yoga for Digestion
    Yoga for Digestion    Photo by Matteo Canessa of FreeImages.com by the Laura Cipullo Whole Nutrition Team   Minimal indigestion is not typically a serious problem, but it is an annoying one, involving bloating, feeling too full at the beginning of a meal or after, nausea and stomach pain. If you have it, take heart you’re not alone. Millions are suffering right along with you. And even though it’s not often serious, it is the ... Read More
    Published on Thursday, December 27, 2018
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