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Fake Meat - Faux Sausage

Where’s the Beef?

Are meat replacement products really better for your health and for the planet? Recently, when working at my local food coop, I was assigned the task of stocking food in the freezer section. I found a type of sausage called “Beyond Sausage,” a type of plant-based faux sausage made by the company Beyond Meat. It […]

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Thanksgiving Chicken Leg

All That Cackle: Is Eating Chicken Really Better for Your Health?

Is eating chicken really better than eating beef? How do you shop for chicken that’s raised in the most nutritious and humane way? This past week, chicken has gotten a lot of coverage in the press. We’ve learned that chicken companies including Tyson and Perdue, which have already been involved in an investigation by the […]

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Eat Right Chef Cooking Course

Eat Right Chef Cooking Course

Learn all the basic cooking methods and how to choose the right ingredients to suit your unique body type so you can optimize your health and well-being. Forget about recipes. Learn the method and you'll be able to create dishes on the fly!

This content is for Eat Right Chef Cooking Academy - "Cooking with Love" Online Course and Eat Right Chef Cooking Academy - "Cooking with Love" Introduction members only.
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Can the Right Diet Shrink Fibroid Tumors?

Can the Right Diet Shrink Fibroid Tumors?

Many of my readers have asked me whether I was able to naturally shrink the huge uterus fibroid tumors that I had about a decade ago through dietary changes. So I’ve decided to write a separate post to follow up on my health journey, originally recounted in this blog post here. During my half-year trial […]

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How to Get Rid of Emotional Eating or Food Addiction for Good

How to Get Rid of Emotional Eating or Food Addiction for Good

In my last post, I talked about emotional eating and how to get to the root of the problem. Today, I want to finish up my thoughts on this all-too-important subject. But before I offer you my insights and practical tips, I just want to discuss briefly what I mean by food addiction. Usually, when […]

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Emotional Eating

What Lies Deep Underneath the Problem of Emotional Eating or Food Addiction

In my last blog post, I talked about how I overcame my chocolate addiction. In the months that followed, I had some relapses but finally was able to kick this habit for good. I wanted to wait to write a follow-up blog because I wanted to make sure that this transformation is real and is there […]

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How I Overcame My Chocolate Addiction

How I Overcame My Chocolate Addiction

I have a confession to make: For years and years, I was a chocoholic. Even though I ate only dark chocolate–anywhere from 65% to 85% dark, still, being a Non-secretor, sugar wrecks havoc in my body real easily. (Sugar is an “avoid” for the Non-secretors of all blood types, but Type O Non-secretors are most […]

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Shall I Go Gluten-Free?

Shall I Go Gluten-Free?

While Gluten-Free, Grain-free, Paleo and Low-Carb diets are all the rage, they may work for some and not others. These diets emphasize cutting out grains and starch from your diet. Unless you are diagnosed to have Celiac Disease, you don’t necessarily have to cut out all gluten from your diet. And not all grains or […]

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Does your Breakfast Give You a Sugar Crash?

Does your Breakfast Give You a Sugar Crash?

What do you usually eat for breakfast? Do you like to eat bread, toasts, bagels, muffins, pop-tarts, pancakes, waffles or commercial breakfast cereals? Do you find yourself suddenly tired and hungry, and searching for a snack in the middle of the morning, way before your lunch break? Your mood may change at this time. Maybe […]

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Turning Around Diabetes with the Blood Type Diet

Turning Around Diabetes with the Blood Type Diet

Diabetes runs in my mother’s side of the family, so I am very aware of the possibility that I might get it too. Already in my 20s, I experienced hypoglycemia and frequently felt light-headed and dizzy when I hit blood sugar lows. I wasn’t aware at that time that hypoclycemia was a precursor to Type […]

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