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Thai Quinoa…

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In recent years quinoa’s popularity has soared as a replacement for starchier pastas and rice. It has a pleasant mellow, nutty taste and is available in several varieties such as white, red, black or a combination of the three, tricolor. A superfood, quinoa is high in protein as well as ...

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16 Important Ways That Sugar Changes Your Body…

Diet

If you didn’t already realize, sugar is everywhere. Even those who don’t have a sweet tooth, and who don’t go out of their way to consume sugar, frequently still end up eating more than they should each day. It is present in many of the typical foods that we consume, ...

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The Healthy Benefits Of Dandelions…

Diet and Exercise

If you have a garden, you probably have mixed feelings about dandelions! Those broad leaves and bright yellow flowers are usually considered a weed and are often subject to various kinds of chemical or physical removal. Take a look in your local garden store and you’ll find a wide selection ...

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Does Stress Affect Your Digestive System?…

Fitness Success

The more we learn about the body and how it functions, the more we understand that it must be treated as a whole. Something that affects one part of your body is likely to have consequences elsewhere, and symptoms that appear in one location might actually be derived from another. ...

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Just How Important Is Your Stomach Acid?…

fat Burning Foods

Do you suffer from heartburn, or believe you have excess stomach acid? Do you regularly take over the counter remedies like antacids to relieve that burning feeling? If so, you should take a moment to consider what the underlying problem might be. You might be surprised to learn that most ...

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7 Reasons Why Alcohol Is A Bad Idea While Fighting Candida…

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Many people enjoy an occasional glass of wine in the evening, or drinks after work. And there’s lots to be said for relaxing, lowering emotional stress levels, and building health-affirming social connections. All of these are good things, but alcohol could be damaging your health in other ways. In the ...

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Coconut Flour Crackers and Grissini…

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Sometimes nothing but a cracker will satisfy that need for something a little crunchy. With just a few ingredients, these crispy crackers are quick to make and super-healthy too. Coconut flour crackers are high in fiber and make a wonderfully satisfying snack when paired with our Red Pepper Dip or ...

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Oven Roasted Artichokes…

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Choosing the right artichokes is the most important step in this recipe. Look for artichokes that are firm and have a tight leaf formation. Leaves should “squeak” when you press the leaves together in your hands. Also purchase artichokes with a stem attached, another sign of freshness. This “superfood” contains ...

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Sardine Nicoise Salad…

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Popular in the south of France, Nicoise Salad is typically served with tuna and a variety of cooked and raw ingredients. Substitute with sardines and this classic salad immediately becomes Candida Diet friendly. Prepare for yourself or multiply the ingredients when serving guests. This salad is super-easy to prepare, highly ...

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Vanilla Cardamom Ice Cream…

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Cardamom, an ancient spice, has an exotic, aromatic flavor all its own. It is popular in India and in the Middle East in creamy pudding and ice cream recipes, like this tasty Vanilla Cardamon Ice Cream. The coconut milk competes with the taste of the cardamom, leaving just a hint ...

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