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Grass-fed Ribeye Steak - Eat Right with Louisa - www.eatrighwithlouisa.com

‘Open sesame!’ – Where I source my meat

From time to time I’d like to share shopping tips with my readers. After all, what makes any dish truly special is the ingredients you use. Fresh and healthy ingredients can turn a simple dish into a restaurant-quality one. When it comes to meat products, of course it would be great if we live near […]

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Book Review: 'Eat Right 4 Your Type'

Book Review: ‘Eat Right 4 Your Type’

My favorite book of all times is “Eat Right 4 Your Type” by Dr. Peter D’Adamo. It has turned my health around 180 degrees. In fact, it has done the same for thousands and thousands of people around the world. To find out what this book has done for me and for so many other […]

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Cucumbers and lectins - Eat Right with Louisa - www.eatrightwithlouisa.com

What the Heck are Lectins?

Recently, cucumbers made the news headline when Gwyneth Paltrow’s site was ridiculed for warning against the crunchy vegetable that many people love to put in their salad or eat right off the bat. An article on Paltrow’s health website Goop claims that cucumbers could cause dementia. Are you laughing? Wait! Not so fast! There is […]

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My Journey Into and Out of Veganism

My Journey Into and Out of Veganism

Many vegans have adopted a diet free from ingesting animals and animal byproducts for humanitarian and ethical reasons. Others have sought to lose weight or recover from eating disorder through veganism. I had once been a vegan for six months because I wanted to cure myself from tumors without going to the hospital. The experiment started out […]

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Haile Thomas, 16-year-old vegan chef and health coach - www.eatrightwithlouisa.com

A Conversation with Haile Thomas: The Youngest Health Coach and Vegan Chef

She runs an NGO, teaching school children how to eat more healthily by cooking and incorporating more vegetables into their diets. She tours the country—and even the world—giving classes and cooking demonstrations. Every year, she runs a summer camp to engage children and initiate them into the world of vegetable goodness. She has made tons […]

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Stephen Ritz of Green Bronx Machine - Interview by Louisa Wah, www.eatrightwithlouisa.com

The Power of a Plant

  If ancient Babylon’s “Hanging Garden” made it one of the Seven Wonders of the World, the “Tower Garden” in South Bronx, New York, is certainly a miraculous sight to behold in our times. Not for any sense of opulence or external splendor, but for the spectacular physical, social and spiritual transformation of the community […]

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What You Need to Know about Eggs

What You Need to Know about Eggs

Happy Easter! Did you go for an Easter Egg hunt? If so, what do you plan to do with all the eggs you have found? Well, here is a LOVEly way to to make a heart-warming breakfast or snack for yourself and your loved ones: Hearty Eggwich. If you prefer to boil eggs instead, I’ve […]

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Spring Detox, the Mild Way

Spring Detox, the Mild Way

Spring has finally arrived here in the Northern Hemisphere! At this time of year, many people want to start a Spring Detox regime. While it’s good to flush the liver after the long winter, during which you might have been eating richer food and exercising less, any detox that’s too drastic may lead to unwanted […]

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Hello from the Dancing Chef!

Hello from the Dancing Chef!

Sundays may mean doing chores and meal preps for the week. Well, it doesn’t have to be a drag. Do it with style, dress up and have a ball!

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