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It’s time to celebrate; just keep healthy habits as part of the mix.
The beverage’s live bacteria are similar to those in yogurt and other probiotic dairy products.
Chemical is often found in plastic containers and canned foods like fruit, pasta and fish.
By Kim Larson The new school year is here! Are you a mom anxiously anticipating the ramping up of kids’ schedules and being faced with… Continue reading
In my last column, I reviewed the science and the benefits related to eating strains of live bacterial cultures called probiotics. Today, I’ll explore why… Continue reading
Do you know what the gut microbiome is? Do you know what probiotics are? Probiotic foods are among the fastest growing sectors in the health-food… Continue reading
Millions of people of all ages get a hefty and habitual dose of caffeine every day, whether it’s from coffee, energy drinks, chocolate or soda.… Continue reading
Did you know magnesium is truly a rock star? This major mineral is rarely talked about and often gets less limelight than other nutrients —… Continue reading
Are you confused by the word organic on food products and wondering if you should pay top dollar for them? Today, I’ll share insights into… Continue reading
With all the trendy words and phrases like no antibiotics, natural and non-GMO being slapped on food labels, it’s hard for consumers to know what… Continue reading
A new year has arrived. It’s time to let go of the past and take a fresh approach to getting healthier without New Year’s resolutions.… Continue reading
Here’s the second of two columns offering strategies to help you stay in control and avoid weight gain through the holiday season. It offers 10… Continue reading
Are you in menopause or looking at menopause on the horizon? If so, there are specific nutrients you need to be aware to protect your… Continue reading
The United Nations declared 2016 the Year of the Pulse. What is a pulse? A pulse is any of the group of 12 crops of… Continue reading