Author Archives: Marianne

Bullet Proof Coffee Recipe..A Branded Coffee that is now DIY!

If you are into sports or physical activities, you must have heard of or tried bullet proof coffee. Bullet proof coffee is a branded, high performance drink, made from upgraded or bulletproof coffee beans, which uplifts a person’s energy as well as cognitive function. It is especially liked by athletes, busy parents and people having […]

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Easy Light Lemon & Herb Potato Salad

Filled with fresh potatoes, kalamata olives, peppery arugula, fresh herbs and savory lemon, this salad makes a MUST dish for your summer bbq. Much lighter than any other potato salad on the picnic bench! Ingredients 3/4 pound fresh potatoes 1 tablespoon olive oil 1/4 teaspoon grated lemon rind 1 tablespoon lemon juice 1 teaspoon Dijon […]

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Bone Broth..Benefits & DIY Recipe

Since thousands of years humans have been enjoying traditional foods such as cultured diary and fermented vegetables that are not in an extensive use today like before, but one common healthy food that is now even more recognized and consumed for its amazing health benefits is bone broth. In this article, I will highlight the […]

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Grilled Chicken Salad with Tomato and Avocado

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Baked Chicken and Cherry Tomatoes with Garlic

This recipes is loaded with flavor, a paleo treat, and a time saver! You can not ask for much more !                                                             Prep Time: 5mins      Cook […]

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How to Prevent Vitamin D Deficiency

Low levels of Vitamin D have become too common. What are the causes and how you can help yourself take in enough vitamin D. According to the study published by Scientific American, vitamin D deficiency is reaching to a new peak every year. Around three quarters of the U.S population, including adults and teens, lack […]

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Easy Roasted Maple Brussel Sprouts

  Brussel sprouts have great nutrition benefits, but the most over looked is it is one of the best sources for vitamin-K. Vitamin K has potential role bone health by promoting osteotrophic (bone formation and strengthening) activity. Adequate vitamin-K levels in the diet help limiting neuronal damage in the brain and thereby, helping or delay the […]

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The Real Price of Farm Factory Animals

            “Dollar” menu hamburgers and dozens of cooking rotisserie chickens in the supermarket are cheaper and quicker than cooking at home. This has made a demand for farm factories and slaughterhouses. Worldwide, about 60 billion farm animal’s are now reared for food consumption each year.  But should we be eating […]

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Champagne Shrimp Risotto- Low Fat

          This is a pretty simple but elegant looking dish that is lowfat! This recipe makes 6 servings. You may subsitute the champagne with chicken broth or white wine. If you use gluten free clam juice and cheese it is a gluten-free dinner also! Shrimp and rice create an excellent source […]

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5 Side Effects & Signs of Body Toxicity

This month I have been educating my clients and my facebook friends about turning their bodies into a toxic free enviroment, The list of potentially toxic health issues and diseases are too long to list, but I have chosen to explain 5 reasons in this article. 1. Digestive Issues   IBS (Inflammatory bowel disease) to […]

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