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We don’t even realize it most of the time, but for every holiday or special gathering, there’s a food (or at least food-like substance) we expect to eat.   We’re so conditioned that we don’t hope for a grilled bratwurst washed down with cold root beer and followed later by watermelon and maybe onion rings […]

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When I started planning this series, I realized that some of what needs said isn’t going to be liked.  Sometimes you’ll immediately identify with the things I talk about and think, Oh!  Me too! But at other times you may actually think, No!  I don’t want to hear that! There is no one right way […]

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To “Nuke” or Not…

Angela in California wrote in and asked: “Do you know if microwaving food is bad for you/ the food? I remember when I was little my mom would tell me to “stop looking into the microwave” while I was watching my marshmallows grow. And I’ve heard it’s now recommended to stay at least 3 feet […]

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You don’t crave green veggies but you don’t like the effects your actual cravings are having on your body.  So what do you do about it?  Give your body what it needs, and then give it what it wants. You thought I was going to tell you to never again eat any of the foods […]

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We’re continuing with our exploration of THIS post. Salt plays a role in lots of functions throughout the body—fluid balance, electric impulses (nerve and muscle function), and helps form the hydrochloric acid that helps you digest your food.  Before the food that most people eat became so processed, salt carried other minerals with it.  If […]

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Why don’t I crave broccoli?

Dominic in KC wants to know: I’ve always thought it was odd that we crave so many foods that are bad for us (salty, sweet & high fat) & we seem to naturally avoid the things that are good for us (at least in my family & most people I know).  Why is that? I […]

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