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Jan, 04
2013
kyledrew I recently wrote about how eating fat can help keep you satisfied longer after a meal. What are some other strategies to help keep cravings at bay?

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Dec, 24
2012

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“…Then, opening their treasures, they presented to Him gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh.” –from Matthew 2:11

This is a familiar portion of the story of the magi, (sometimes called “wise men”; routinely said to be “three” in number, though the Biblical account gives no number), who came from a great distance to find Jesus. They brought Jesus gifts from “their treasures”, including gold, frankincense, and myrrh.

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Dec, 14
2012

The Diet By The Author

doug-headshot-bw So many ask me, especially at holiday time, how I have lived through 30+ years of following a phase one diet. The answer may surprise you, yet it forms the basis of what I truly believe eating for good health is all about. You see, based on everything I’ve learned about diet and health, they are each controllable, but only if used together!

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doug-headshot-bw It seems that all we are hearing about in the news today is the billions of dollars that insurance companies will be spending to assist those who suffered from the ravages of Hurricane Sandy this past October.

But there is more, MUCH MORE that the media should be telling those whose homes and lives were devastated by the hurricane. Their health issues now may very well be linked to exposure to toxic fungi.

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Doug Kaufmann Vitamin D is an important vitamin which is deficient in over 80% of US adults.  Vitamin D is found in only a few foods such as fish oil, fatty fish, eggs and vitamin D fortified milk.   Vitamin D is also found in some forms of fish oil like cod liver oil.  Vitamin D can also be produced from cholesterol in the body when the skin is exposed to ultraviolet light from sunshine.  (Too much sun exposure can increase risk of skin cancer.)

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