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Dr. Sean Wharton Advises How to Help Your Kids Eat Healthier

We all know – or at least we all should know – that “we are what we eat”.  “We are what we eat” is a common catchphrase that explains that eating nutritious food keeps us healthy, as well as feeling healthy. Making sure that our own diet remains nutritious is one thing; making sure that our children eat healthy and grow up knowing the value of a nutritious diet is a completely different story.   Let’s face an unfortunate fact – the amount of processed junk food that’s on the market, especially...

To Winter Detox or Not

The following tips will help you to nourish now and be prepared to detox later, in the spring, when our bodies are more in tune to a cleansing protocol.

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Caffeine: The Addiction We Share … and Don’t Talk About

Are you addicted to caffeine?

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One Catch-All New Year’s Resolution

Improve your health, save your retirement, save the world!

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Playing with Food

What to eat amid the sounds of caterpillars munching?

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10 Apps to Kickstart a Healthy Lifestyle

Turn your phone into a 24-hour a day wellness coach with these fun, inspiring apps.

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Eating Clean when Dining Out

An excerpt from The Forks Over Knives Plan

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Five Easy Ways to Eat More Leafy Greens

Once you become a seasonal eater, a farm market shopper, a CSA member, or all three, greens will almost inevitably become part of your life. Everyone’s mad for greens these days, and it’s no wonder...

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Move to Whole-Grains: Don’t Overthink, Just Start!

An excerpt from 100 Days of Real Food

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Veg Out

Ready to take the leap? Suzy Amis Cameron shares her favorite resources for embracing a plant-based diet.

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An Oasis in the Food Desert

Discover how communities are coming together to overcome a lack of access to fresh food.

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