Monthly Archives: April 2018

Traditional Middle Eastern Food at Tanoreen with Alex Guarnaschelli | Food Network

On the third episode of Fix Me a Plate, Food Network star Alex Guarnaschelli pays a trip to Tanoreen in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn. At Tanoreen, owners Rawia Bishara serves traditional Middle Eastern food, ranging from hummus plates to musakhan, which is considered to be the national dish of Palestine. Alex gains insight into the restaurant’s culture, cooking and, of course, the EATING. Check back for a new episode every Wednesday! Subscribe to our channel to fill up on the latest must-eat recipes, brilliant kitchen hacks and content […]

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Heavy Metal Urine Testing and Chelation for Autism

Is testing for body burden of heavy metals like mercury with “urine mobilization tests,” “challenge tests,” “provoked urine tests” just a scam? Subscribe to Dr. Greger’s free nutrition newsletter at https://www.nutritionfacts.org/subscribe and get a free recipe from his new HOW NOT TO DIE COOKBOOK. (All proceeds Dr. Greger receives from his books, DVDs, and speaking directly support NutritionFacts.org). I was looking at our metrics and it seems our autism videos are relatively unpopular in terms of video views. That surprises me, especially since there’s so much really […]

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Health Food Store GROCERY HAUL | Beyond Meat, Siete, Vegan Halo Top, RXbars

Subscribe to my channel here ↠ http://bit.ly/1XKeAIi Sign up to my Newsletter here ↠ http://eepurl.com/Yeg-L Shop my Merch here ↠ http://bit.ly/2EPrUbP Today I’m sharing a health food store grocery haul featuring some fun new products like Vegan Halo Top and Beyond Meat burgers! PRODUCTS MENTIONED: Beyond meat burgers Beyond meat chicken and beef Oatmeal cookie Halo Top Nutpods hazelnut milk New Barn barista almond milk Rebel golden milk Henry’s Tempeh Siggi’s yogurt Miyokos cheese Daiya provolone cheese Stokes cheese Miyoko’s butter Siete cassava tortilla wraps RXbars Bulletproof […]

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5 Green Superfoods To Eat For Radiant Skin

Superfoods = super skin. “I look at these superfoods as nutrient boosts,” says registered dietitian, Sarah Greenfield. “All of the superfoods listed below are extremely concentrated in vitamins, antioxidants and minerals.” Including them in your diet ensures your body is getting all the nutrients it needs to radiate health from the inside out. Barley Grass Barley grass contains superoxide dismutase enzymes to protect against harmful UV rays by bringing relief to damaged cells. This makes it a great superfood for preventing signs of aging.  Wheat Grass “Wheatgrass […]

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Teardrops In My Ears

Good morning!! I don’t buy berries much in the winter because I try my best to stick to seasonal foods, but come early spring they start popping up on sale and tasting better. Love me some berries!! Also that is Blueberry Swirl bread turned into a very eggy French toast covered in homemade almond butter. *OK emoji to the max* !! Blog reader Kelli (who I met in Richmond!) reached out to me about featuring her new online jewelry store, Lyla Taylor Boutique. (It’s named after her […]

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O’NA HealthCare: A new healthcare insurance option?

I was recently invited to speak at David Wolfe’s Longevity NOW conference in Anaheim, California, where I gave a talk entitled “Germs, Muscle, and Pac-Man: New Strategies for Turning the Clock Back 10 or 20 Years” detailing some new strategies for maintaining youthfulness and vigor. (It was a longevity conference, after all. I shall be posting a similar talk on our Undoctored Inner Circle website in the next few days.) Of the 40-some vendor booths that were part of the conference, there was one that caught my […]

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Your Diet Could be SERIOUSLY Lacking One Thing

Do you ever feel like you hear so much about protein, but you aren’t really sure what the hype is all about? Or maybe you think that having too much protein is going to make you bulk up like a bodybuilder! As a personal trainer for over 10 years, I’ve heard all of the protein questions from my clients. Lots of people shy away from protein because they don’t want to bulk up, or they accidentally aren’t eating enough of it because their diet is full of […]

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5 Foods that Boost Your Brainpower

Did you know that what you eat can have an impact on your memory? Here’s some food for thought: In a 2012 study published in the journal Annals of Neurology, women who ate the most saturated fats from foods like red meat and butter performed worse on tests focused on cognition and memory than those who ate the lowest amounts of these fats, suggesting that avoiding these foods might be a good move for your mind. So what you eat could contribute to a clouded memory. But […]

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10 Reasons to Go For a Walk Today

If you hate to exercise, go for a walk: You don’t need special equipment. You won’t be intimidated or bullied by avid gym-goers. And you’ll get tons of amazing health benefits, like for starters, living longer. Studies show that regular exercise can reduce your risk of cancer, cardiovascular disease, strengthen your bones, and actually reduce your risk of death. To get all these benefits, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends 150 minutes per week of aerobic activity, like brisk walking. How to Train to […]

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Ultimate Runner Gift Pack Giveaway

Hello! I have a super awesome giveaway today! It’s the ultimate runner gift box packed with tons of must haves I’ve realized either make you run better, recover better or just feel better in general when you’re training for a race. This giveaway is inspired by a recent meet up I had with two runners going to the Boston Marathon with the Hyland’s Team this year! Last year I ran the race as part of Hyland’s girl power team in honor of Katherine Switzer’s anniversary of being […]

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