Bake Holiday Cookies. Eat Healthy. Impossible?

No matter how you spin it, holiday cookies aren’t broccoli, but it’s not broccoli we’re interested in. We’re interested in creating holiday treats that taste spectacular and are filled with ingredients that give our bodies nutrients to work with. Let’s talk about that...

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Can We Truly Prevent Breast Cancer with Diet?

We don't yet have true PREVENTION of breast cancer through diet, and it's misleading to use that term as if we do. We can certainly adopt preventive lifestyle strategies and habits, but for now, the most accurate and truthful term is “risk reduction.” As of this...

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The True Does Sugar Fuel Breast Cancer Story

Sugar, in all its stark white, sparkling glory is an enormously popular, widely misunderstood, and hotly-debated topic in the breast cancer world. Rarely a week passes when I don’t hear or read “Sugar feeds breast cancer.” proclaimed with absolute certainty. People...

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Stop Making Wellness Harder Than It Has To Be

Because “excuses are useless, results are priceless”, I’m going to suggest a different approach to executing the wellness practices you all tell me you want so desperately. Hold on my friend; I have some tough love for you today. You have got to stop eff’ing up your...

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Eat These 29 Foods to Help You Manage Stress

One of the best ways you can support your body’s stress management efforts is by grabbing your knife and fork. That’s right - food plays a significant role in helping your body manage stress. Stress is stalking you. Why wouldn’t it be? The experience of a breast...

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How to Create a Kitchen Counter Culture to Help You Eat Better

It’s a no-brainer that the choices in your fridge, pantry and on your kitchen counter dictate the quality of your meals and snacks; if the choices are nourishing foods, you’ll eat nourishing foods. If they’re high-fat, high-calorie, low nutrition foods. . .well, you...

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Three Reasons You Have Weight Creep and What To Do About It

Some research connects small, almost imperceptible lifestyle habits around food, activity and sleep to weight creep, indicating that a few extra chips here, a soda there, and a string of post-diagnosis sleepless nights (which tends to make you less likely to engage in...

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