The #1 Diet for a Longer, Healthier Life
Jun05

The #1 Diet for a Longer, Healthier Life

Introducing a Medical Miracle What if we told you there was a way to extend your lifespan by delaying or completely preventing the types of chronic illness that lead to an early death? Would you assume we were talking about an experimental wonder drug, or maybe some type of expensive treatment only available overseas? If so, you’d be wrong. The real answer is much simpler, safer, and more affordable than that, and you can find it at...

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Easter Eggs: Excellent or Unhealthy?
Apr04

Easter Eggs: Excellent or Unhealthy?

Easter eggs are tons of fun to color, hide, and hunt, but did you know they also make excellent snacks? In today’s post, we’ll tell you exactly why—and offer some helpful Easter egg safety tips to protect you and your family from foodborne illnesses. The Incredible, Edible Egg When it comes to nutrition, eggs have a bad rap that dates back to 1968, when the American Health Association arbitrarily recommended that Americans eat no more...

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Haunted by Health Issues: Who You Gonna Call?
Apr28

Haunted by Health Issues: Who You Gonna Call?

Getting older is a fact of life, and at some point, we will come face to face with a health issue. And while it’s possible to curb the ill effects of issues like kidney disease or high blood pressure, there’s no way to banish these conditions entirely, and sooner or later the specter of old, ugly symptoms is bound to make itself known again. Sounds scary, right? It’s time to find a nutrition expert! The logical thing...

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Shake It Up: 7 Delicious Ways to Replace Salt and Sodium
Mar25

Shake It Up: 7 Delicious Ways to Replace Salt and Sodium

You and salt go way back. You have fond memories of late-night frolics with greasy french fries, kettle-cooked potato chips, and savory slices of cured meat, all slathered and soaked in glorious sodium chloride. But now you’ve reached the point in your relationship where she’s doing your heart (and kidneys) more harm than good (literally―your blood pressure is through the roof and your arteries are beginning to harden). It’s time to...

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Suave Your Sweetheart
Feb10

Suave Your Sweetheart

By the Registered Dietitians at 2YourHealth Even with diabetes and CKD (Chronic Kidney Disease), you can still enjoy delicious food especially when preparing a meal for your sweetie on Valentine’s Day. It’s much easier to cut back on sodium, sugar, and processed foods when you have healthy herbs and spices along with fresh fruits and vegetables to add to your meal. According to the National Kidney Foundation, diabetes and...

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"The Smart Shopper Diabetes Cookbook" Review
Nov04

"The Smart Shopper Diabetes Cookbook" Review

I recently read a brand new diabetes-related cookbook, had a great conversation with the author, and couldn’t help but share this with you.  If you are learning to live with diabetes, you MUST learn how to cook for yourself and this book is a great place to start. Robyn Webb, nutritionist, author, teacher, and food editor of Diabetes Forecast Magazine (American Diabetes Association) among other things, has penned an outstanding...

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