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Depression and Anxiety Nutrition Strategies, part 2 of 3

1.      Are you getting enough greens? They contain the most bioavailable minerals of all foods. Bioavailable refers how much of the nutrient is actually utilized by your body, as opposed to how much of that nutrient is in the food. (For instance, dairy milk is high in calcium. But human beings use very little of it, […]

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Is it McDonald’s fault we’re fat?

You don’t have to look too far to find a photo of me at age 17 in my   McDonald’s uniform, thanks to a friend who has kept that for over 25 years. Let me say this: I HATE McDONALD’S. It’s the very worst of Americana. But I respect the free enterprise system that brought […]

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raw food in India? an interesting email from a reader

We get some really interesting email, and I’ve pasted one below that we got this week that I think you’ll enjoy. It corroborates what I have noticed being in 16 countries in the past 18 months. That is, the influence of American culture on the rest of the world has not been wholly positive, and […]

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wrap-up: Education Week may offer “education” you don’t value, part 5 of 5

In a class I attended on single parenting, the teacher repeatedly brought up the “McDonald’s Effect” (which you may remember from the documentary Supersize Me):   McD’s is carefully, methodically creating its youngest generation to be its best customers ever.   Play Places beckon with bright colors and all kinds of free fun.   When […]

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free class this Weds. at PowerTri in Lehi

Hi everyone, I am doing a green smoothie demo / clinic at PowerTri in Lehi, Utah, this Weds., July 15, at 7:30 p.m. and you are welcome to attend.   It’s a new store for triathletes opened by 12 Stepper Jamie and her husband.   Here’s the address and directions: PowerTri 402 S MillPond Dr […]

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it’s not ALL nutritional bad news

I just read this: “Food is cheaper now by a long way, more abundantly available, more highly refined and more pressingly sold to us by very clever advertising companies and techniques.   The remarkable thing is how anybody stays thin.” –Dr. Andrew Prentice, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine True and false.   Everybody […]

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young people with heart disease

Every semester, I have my Management Communications 320 students do an online writing assignment on a company discussion board.   I give them a case involving discussion of an elementary school’s parent-teacher organization’s proposal for a new hot-lunch menu sponsored by fast-food chains.   This case is based on my own real-life experience with my […]

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Avoiding Childhood Obesity

I’ve been reviewing recent data on the phenomenon that threatens to bankrupt us all and damage our quality of life: the well known childhood obesity epidemic.   My web site intends to be nurturing and positive about diet, toward avoiding childhood obesity.   But occasionally, I think a good dose of reality (call it fear […]

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