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    Digestion….it goes like this: Mouth, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, rectum. Holly Haze shares a memory. “Odd fact: My dad would never let us drink during a meal. As a kid, I thought it was downright cruel, but as an adult who has studied health for almost 17 years, I totally get it […]

  Eating breakfast has been found to lower your risk of diabetes, and lower your risk of a heart attack. 78% of people who eat breakfast everyday are able to lose weight and keep it off eat but not all breakfast foods are healthy options. According to “Eat This, Not That!” dietitians suggest you skip […]

The Starbucks for Life game is back with over 2 million prizes for some lucky person.  If you’re not familiar with the game, it’s built for Rewards members and the ultimate prize is free Starbucks for life.  To play members sign up at Starbucksforlife.com or on the app. The cool thing is that you’re going to […]

    It’s Pumpkin Spice Latte season and just because it’s delicious doesn’t mean it can’t be delicious AND healthy. The healthiest PSL you can get is at Starbucks. Here’s how, order the drink with just one to two pumps of syrup and skim milk. You can also ditch the whipped cream….orrr if you love […]

Last week we talked about the danger of food dye and wanted to circle back around to the sugar content as promised. Too much sugar is one of the key components to cardiovascular disease, not to mention obesity and diabetes. Keep in mind that sugar is already naturally in most of the foods we eat, […]

  We’ve all done it. We sit down to a nice meal. A well rounded plate. Some carbs. Some fat. Some protein. Glass of wine, a beer or two maybe. Before I become the bearer of reality and bad news, let me preface this by saying I am not anti-alcohol. I love beer. Always have, […]

      The answer is….Nope. Believe it or not, the countries with the highest rates of osteoporosis are the ones where people drink the most milk and have the most calcium in their diets. These countries are also the ones with the highest rates of bone fractures. Osteoporosis is very preventable because it is […]