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Sweet Potatoes

I’m revisiting a topic I have written about in the past. Why? Because I love sweet potatoes and they love us! They deserve to be given added attention because they provide us with such good nutrition. Sweet potatoes are rich in vitamins and minerals our bodies require. They are also a very good source of […]

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Raisins

Do you get your recommended amount of fruit per day….that being 2 cups per day? If you answered no to this question then why not start adding raisins to your weekly rotation of fruits. Raisins are fruit…..they are dried grapes. Raisins are seedless grapes that are put on paper trays and allowed to dry in […]

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Coffee…has become my “drug” of choice!

Yes, that is correct. I am back to drinking coffee after about 25 years of consuming green tea as my “caffeine” fix. Coffee has taken prominence in my day. I am really enjoying a couple of cups of coffee each day. Meeting socially around a cup of coffee…taking an afternoon break from whatever my sweetie […]

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GOJI BERRIES

I have posted about GOJI BERRIES in previous posts.  They are certainly worth the added attention of a second post. Goji berries are not something everybody keeps in their pantry for regular consumption.  It is not a berry as commonly used like a blueberry, strawberry, raspberry or blackberry.  But they should be marketed and displayed […]

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A Good Diet Plan

    There is so much information out there about what a proper diet is.  It is confusing, actually mind boggling.  Here are a dozen “perfectly perfect” recommendations I would like to share with you…and I walk the talk! 1.   Eliminate all processed foods.  They are full of chemicals, high fructose corn syrup, sodium, food coloring, toxic packaging.  It […]

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Vitamin D & MS

There are many theories on the causes of Multiple Sclerosis but the one that is always coming up is VITAMIN D deficiency. It has been proven that Vitamin D supplementation can slow relapse and progression of MS. Vitamin D3 is natural and Vitamin D2 is synthetic. Of course you know which one I choose to use. I take […]

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