fruits and vegetables

Is Sugar More Addicting Than Cocaine?

March 25th, 2021 | fruits and vegetables
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As I learn more about sugar and what sugar can do to a body the more aware of how much sugar I am eating daily. Most of my sugar intake comes from grain products and fruit smoothies. Even though I am not a big fruit eater but I love drinking fruit smoothies. As healthy as […]

Are Salad Dressing Additives Harming You?

April 9th, 2015 | fruits and vegetables

By Connie Rodgers Certified Holistic Integrated Health Coach, Lifestyle Educator,  and Wellness Writer. bitesizepieces.net Spring season is prime time for big colorful salads, especially when you add fresh basil, tomatoes and bell peppers from your garden. How do you spell fresh? Or, how about visiting your local farmers markets that just picked their fresh organic […]

Nourish Your Body with Nutrient-Dense Veggies

November 4th, 2014 | fruits and vegetables

by Digestive Wellness Coach, Katie Lamie A lot of sage health advice boils down to this simple statement: Add more fruits and vegetables to your diet. Let’s take it to the next level. Add more nutrient-dense fruits and veggies to your plate. Now we’re talking. Let’s maximize the health benefits you – and your family […]

Are You a Sugar Addict?

October 10th, 2014 | fruits and vegetables

Are you aware of how much sugar you eat daily? I just learned from a liver detox program that I am a sugar addict. My addictions do not come from eating candy or pastry,  but mine come from eating too much breads, pasta and rice. During the liver detox I learned a great deal what […]

2014 “Clean 15” Foods that are Safer to Eat Non-Organically

June 23rd, 2014 | fruits and vegetables

From Helen Chin Lui’s book “Digestive Health Secrets: Deactivate You Sick Genes NOW! Coming out in 2015. From my research I learned that the Environmental Working Group (EWG) develops an annual list of the dirty dozen foods and “Clearn 15” foods that are safer to eat non-organically.  The group analyzes the Department of Agriculture’s data […]

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