• Ginger Lemon Tea


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    Ginger is often found in many Asian and Indian dishes, and is touted for relieving digestive problems, serving as an anti-inflammatory, and boosting immune action. Phenolic compounds in ginger have long been known to relieve gastric irritation and suppress gastric contractions. Ginger also relieves nausea, motion sickness, and seasickness, with some studies demonstrating ginger’s effectiveness […]

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  • Controversial Study Linking Sucralose and Cancer Published


    Controversial Study Linking Sucralose and Cancer Published

    Italian researcher, Dr. Morando Soffritti, first discussed his findings on sucralose at a cancer conference in 2012 to widespread industry backlash. His findings have now been published in the peer reviewed International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health, opening the door for controversy. Soffritti has faced backlash before from a previous study on aspartame. The […]

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  • Mahi Mahi with Asparagus and Peppers

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    This meal is awesome not only for it’s flavors, high protein content, and ease of preparation, but also for it’s ease of clean up. Seriously, not even a pot to scrub. By baking the fish and vegetables in the parchment and foil packets, clean up is a breeze. Perfect for an easy weeknight meal. While […]

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  • Valentine’s Day Grilled Sweet and Spicy Salmon

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    Salmon can make a good choice for Valentine’s Day dinner in with your sweetheart. It’s light but rich and heart healthy. This recipe is a little sweet and a little spicy, which may be the right mix for your Valentine’s Day celebration. Salmon makes a great grilling food. By using the grill, clean up will […]

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