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Simple No-Cook Mediterranean Diet Options for Anytime of Day

Mediterranean food does not mean only Italian, French, or Spanish cuisine. Many European and African countries claim the Mediterranean Sea as shoreline. Some of these countries share their cultures more

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The 17 Day Diet Book and DVD

There is an enormous response to The 17 Day Diet as a result of the media push from shows like The Doctors and Dr. Phil. So, what gets folks so

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How to Start a Raw Diet

Rawists avoid foods cooked above 116 degrees F says the website Living and Raw Foods. Cooking foods to higher temperatures destroys their life force—essential enzymes that help with nutrient absorption

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Quinoa in Your Diet: Meet Your Dietary Objectives with Quinoa

Quinoa, a super-nutrient, high-energy food, is suitable for meeting a variety of dietary objectives. Dieting is often equated with body fat reduction. This view overlooks the point that dieting can

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The Likable Lo-Cal Diet: Breakfast Miscellany

So you’re approaching the two-week mark of the 1,200 calorie/day diet and you’re just plain sick of the good choices and don’t want to ruin your day with the bad

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Five Diet Rules That You Should Break

If you are among the 44% of Americans who go on a diet every year, I have great news for you! Ongoing scientific research seems to indicate that weight loss

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Your Teenager and Crohn’s: How To Start Coping With Diet

My daughter was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease around the time she was 15. She probably had been developing the symptoms for quite awhile before this. But I was not aware

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Paleolithic Diet: Were Neanderthals Meat Eaters or Vegetarians?

The proponents of the Paleolithic diet may find that the Neanderthals diet was far from what is today considered a balanced diet. Our early human ancestors that lived in Europe

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Dairy-Free Diet Interventions for Autism Spectrum Disorders

Autism spectrum disorders often respond favorably to a gluten-free, dairy-free diet. However, for most autistic children, eliminating gluten and casein, and sometimes soy, can be too drastic of a change.

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Resolve to Improve Your Diet in Five Easy Steps

You’ve resolved eat better in the New Year. Setting goals around the new year is as common as failed diets. Often, resolutions are too vague and don’t include specific enough