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$$$ Why Raspberries Are Worth the Extra $$$

Raspberries, an expensive fruit with a pronounced flavor, are an absolute must have in dietary rotation. And I’m not saying this because I work for Driscoll’s berries and want you to support their family farms. The fact of the matter is raspberries are a fabulous health-boosting food, one of the better ones to put on your plate (or in your coconut-milk yogurt parfait). What makes them exceptional in terms of creating vibrant health has to do with several compounds they contain. These compounds are known to help fight the formation of cancerous tumors, protect your hard-working heart and cardiovascular system, and even aid in weight loss (more on that one in a moment). And while raspberries are typically one of...

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A Mushroom That Tastes Like Bacon?

  People don’t like mushrooms. OK, not all people, but a lot of people. If you’re one of those mushroom haters, I’d imagine your distaste for this fungi has mostly do with texture. Yeah, mushrooms can turn into slimy sponge cakes pretty fast. And if you’re not really into squishy, squeak, squirmy foods, mushrooms might not have a future as a cuisine staple for you. But I’m hoping what you’re about to see will change your mind. Because I have a recipe that’ll take mushrooms (well, one certain kind) and transforms it into bacon. That’s right, a mushroom that’s got the taste and the texture of bacon. I’ll show you what that recipe is in a few moments. But before you get to...

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This Diet Was Shown To Help Fight Cancer

  When most people hear the word “diet” they think of things like restrictive food recommendations...or kicking X type of food in favor of another. That’s an unfortunate way of thinking about diet, as a diet should simply be a predictable way of eating. Here in America, most people subscribe to the SAD, or the Standard American Diet. This diet consists of foods found in boxes which are filled with artificial ingredients, additives, and chemicals.  This is a diet that I, along with many other practitioners, strongly suspect is contributing to a long list of diseases and conditions. Part of the reason we assume this is because when we look at other diets, we see those diets actually help fight diseases....

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One Of My Favorite Low Cost Supplements Of All Time

If you've ever been to our office, then you know we have a store where we offer our patients a wide variety of supplements at a low cost. Now I think this should go without saying, but I feel the need to emphasize the following:None of the physicians who practice in our office set off on a journey of becoming a doctor just so they could sell supplements. Seriously, when we began medical school, and went through residency, rotations, and all that good stuff it wasn't just so we could sell a handful of supplements to our patients.We just want to see people get better, and because we have an aversion to relying exclusively on pharmaceuticals to manage sickness, we advise supplements to correct issues from...

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Oil From This Popular Condiment Has Some Awesome Health Benefits

Out of all the food types in America, one of the most popular is pizza.Every night, millions of Americans sit around eating slices of pizza pie.I can see why they love it; the hot, stringy mozzarella, rich tomato sauce, spicy pepperonis and thick gooey dough are a masterpiece to enjoy.Of course, I don't really enjoy eating traditional pizzas - all that gluten and dairy are a recipe for gut-wreck and some serious inflammation. The interesting thing about pizza is one of the most popular condiments sprinkled over the top is actually a nutritional all-star.It's not basil - although basil's definitely a stellar herb in its own right. You can see an article I wrote on basil right here. It's actually oregano. While oregano by itself is...

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