Nutrition

Looking at coconut oil in proper context

Saturated fats have been proven repeatedly not to be bad for your health or raise the risk of heart disease when you eat a diet that is low in sugar and carbohydrates and high in omega 3 fatty acids (such as from cold water fish and raw nuts). Sugars and carbs biggest heart disease culprits In…

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New Bone Broth Protein Available!

Dr. Josh Axe sells on his own website.  This will be a good supplement for many of our patients!  Dr. Green will be educating patients about these new products!  In the meantime, here is some additional information from Dr. Josh Axe’s website.   Introducing Bone Broth Protein It’s a breakthrough in protein supplementation that delivers…

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Eating Breakfast Is Important

Energy Boost If you feel sluggish in the morning, then a nutritious breakfast can give you the energy that you need to get through your day. Fiber, vitamin C and vitamin D are just a few of the many nutrients that will help increase your energy level. Whole wheat toast with eggs and an orange…

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Healthy Eating Habits

National Healthy Eating Month!  What a great opportunity to focus on eating right and establishing healthy eating habits in our lives. Healthy Eating Habits  Begin your day with breakfast.  A balanced breakfast consists of lean protein, whole grains, fruits and vegetables.  Ideally, eat breakfast within 1 hour of waking to jumpstart your metabolism. Vary your…

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Get Rid Of Cravings For Weight Management

Here are just a few of the tips that we give our patients to help control cravings:   Drink water first thing in the morning (up to 4 glasses). When you drink water in the morning you will find that you have less appetite since you already have the water in your stomach fooling your…

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Autoimmune Diet: 10 Tips For Success

10 Tips For Success: 1. Be positive and upbeat about the changes you’re making. These changes are for the good of your health. 2. A little planning goes a long way! Plan the meals and snacks you’ll have throughout the day. Be prepared with convenient portable snacks (i.e. nuts, seed, and dried fruit) for your…

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AIP Friendly Snacks For Super Bowl

Snack Food Association, Americans double their average daily consumption of snacks on Super Bowl Sunday, consuming more than 33 million pounds of goodies in one day. We’ve researched some great recipes that will work with the AIP diet or Paleo lifestyle. AIP Friendly Snacks: Butternut Squash Chips by Elizabeth Peyton-Jones – replace potato chips with…

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Meal Planning Is Important To Good Health

“if I only had the right foods in my kitchen, I would do a better job of eating healthy and staying on track.” A good solution to this problem: meal planning! Ah, okay so meal planning isn’t glamorous but it is a huge contributing factor to staying on track and following a healthy eating plan!…

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