• The Truth About Multivitamins

    Created in Newsletter Library During a graduate nutrition course at the University of Minnesota, a professor posed a challenge to the class: Construct a 2000 calorie-per-day diet that at least met the Recommended Dietary Allowances (RDA) for vitamins and minerals without the use of supplements. Most of the graduate students thought that this was going

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  • A Fresh Coat of Paint

    Created in Newsletter Library, Nutrition & Healthy Eating As all real estate brokers know, a fresh coat of paint will make any property look good. Whether your home is a row house in Baltimore, a Paris atelier, or even a Winnebago, a new coat of paint will bring a shine to the interior and put

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  • California Breakfast

    Created in Newsletter Library, Nutrition & Healthy Eating The mystery writer Raymond Chandler, author of “The Big Sleep” and “The Long Goodbye”, famously extolled a “California breakfast” of orange juice and a cigarette. Of course, this was back in the bad old days when lighting up was part of most people’s morning ritual. Today, although

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  • Eat Your Veggies!

    Created in Newsletter Library, Nutrition & Healthy Eating Kids don’t have that strong a relationship to vegetables. Kids will go through the motions, pushing broccoli spears and lima beans around their plate a few times, but few veggies actually reach the inside of a kid’s mouth. And yet, we want our kids to eat vegetables

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  • Fitness: How Chiropractic Can Help

    Created in Newsletter Library, Nutrition & Healthy Eating Efficiency. It is something we all look for in home appliances or cars. How much energy will this thing take to run? Does the system have any weaknesses? If it’s a used car, we want to know if the car had its oil changed regularly and if

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  • Gluten Freedom

    Created in Newsletter Library, Nutrition & Healthy Eating The concept of the value and benefit of gluten-free food has been gaining momentum for the last 10 years. Discussion related to gluten-free diets goes back to the mid-1950s, but those peer-reviewed articles were primarily focused on the treatment of celiac disease and related gastrointestinal disorders. Today

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  • Gluten Intolerance – What Do I Need to Know?

    Created in Newsletter Library, Nutrition & Healthy Eating Approximately 40% of Americans have the genetic potential to become gluten intolerant. More than 1% of Americans have celiac disease. In fact, this percentage may be a low estimate because most physicians are unfamiliar with the signs and symptoms of celiac disease, which can be a “great

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  • Harness the Power of Hybrid Vigor

    Created in Newsletter Library, Nutrition & Healthy Eating Certain things in life just go together naturally. In the kitchen, peanut butter and jelly is a classic combination. Another such pairing is apple pie and ice cream.Other categories of life experience, such as human performance, prize the association of freedom and creativity. And in the field

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