Recipes

Why Eat Protein

Posted on June 24, 2016

There are three nutrients that the body requires in large amounts, and one of them is protein. The other two are carbohydrates and fat. These are all essential for the human body. Small compounds called amino acid make up proteins. Hundreds of amino acids exit in nature, but the human body only utilizes 22 of […]

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Healthy Alternatives for Breakfast

Posted on December 27, 2013

Healthy Alternatives for Breakfast Oh how you love bacon, ham, and sausage for breakfast but your doctor warns you that you have to begin going healthy now or you will become obese and perhaps suffer from a medical condition. But you think, how can you possibly do that? What can you serve in the morning […]

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There’s More to Pumpkins Than Pies and Jack-O-Lanterns

Posted on October 18, 2013

There’s More to Pumpkins Than Pies and Jack-O-Lanterns While pumpkins are extremely effective as props for Halloween and widely famous as pies, there is so much more to these food than what most people might think. It’s November and Halloween is over. What’s in store for pumpkins now? Aside from being made into pies, there […]

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Get Smart About Sodium [Infographic]

Posted on May 16, 2013

Get Smart About Sodium [Infographic]   Eating too much salt can harm your heart. Find out if you’re overdosing on sodium and learn the saltiest foods to limit. Click here for our Blog Disclaimer.

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Garlic Paste For Lung Ailments?

Posted on February 28, 2013

Garlic Paste For Lung Ailments?   Have you ever sat down with your great grandmother or older grandmother and talked about “the good ole days”? If you never had that experience, find someone in their golden ripe years and find out how they lived when they were your age or younger. I promise you, you […]

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Easy Healthy Snacks

Posted on February 27, 2013

Easy Healthy Snacks Are you still trying to eat better and healthier? I know, it’s hard. So many people have explained to me that they just have a hard time thinking of snacks to replace the cookies, cake and ice cream. I’ve listed a few easy things that may help. – “Ants on a log”- spread a […]

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Metabolism And Poop

Posted on February 25, 2013

I recently read an article from Huffington Post where someone wrote in asking the question, “How long does it take for the food I ate to add weight to my body?” Before I tell you what Huffpost’s answer was, I’ll tell you what I think about me. Within five minutes! Ok, I know that’s not […]

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Cancer- Fighting Broccoli

Posted on January 3, 2013

Cancer- Fighting Broccoli   We always tell our cancer patients at New Hope Unlimited how important it is to eat your veggies and especially how important it is to eat broccoli. If someone were to ask me what food would I say patients dislike the most, I would have to say it’s broccoli. It seems […]

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A Good Immune Support Breakfast

Posted on December 12, 2012

A Good Immune Support Breakfast   Sometimes, it’s tough to get in the morning, get everything ready to go to work, or get the kids off to school, and still find time to eat a good breakfast. I want to share a simple recipe you can create days ahead of time and put it in […]

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What Is The Correct Cancer Diet? Part Three

Posted on December 11, 2012

What Is The Correct Cancer Diet? Part Three   We are all trying to eat healthy foods. There is no one nutritional guideline for everyone since each person is different, with unique metabolic needs, digestive imbalances, and nutrient requirements. The following is a few good simple dietary guidelines for anyone to follow. * It is […]

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Dr. Fredda Branyon