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What is Food State
Food State means “in the same form as food”. Food State vitamins and minerals are vitamins and minerals in the same form as those that naturally occur in food.
By Re-Awaken

Food for the Soul, Essential Harmony Energy Work
Everyone feeds their soul differently. Some are “filled up” when they meet with friends and share time together, some of us pray and meditate, some need solitude, some eat, exercise, enjoy music or read. The list goes on and on… One especially wonderful way to feed the soul is to receive Essential Harmony Energy Work; a combination of healing touch, reiki, polarity therapy and prayer.
By Janet Fish, LMT

The Skinny on Food Allergies
Do you have unexplained digestive upsets, cough or breathing problems skin rashes, headaches, or fatigue and pain? You may have food allergies. Originally published in New Life Health and Wellness, May 2005.
By Susan Mosley

What does "organic" food mean?
...product cannot lawfully be labeled "organic", unless the farm has been inspected by an agency authorized by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the product meets precise standards. The USDA now owns the word "organic"...
By Alex Tatevian, DA

The Food of Love: What's in Your Dog's or Cat's Food?
What's in Your Dog's or Cat's Food? The reality and bottom line are that not all pet foods are created even remotely equal. Does your pet scratch incessantly, chew or lick their paws? Is their coat dull? Have they created hot spots from licking? Are they irritable or overactive? The answer could be in their food.
By Rose De Dan

CNM Health Tips - Managing Food Intolerance
In this day and age, it is very common for people to have food intolerances. Weak digestion, unbalanced bowel flora, hypersensitive immune function, stress and poor dietary habits can all play a role in contributing to the symptoms of intolerance. It is very common in clinical practice to see clients showing symptoms related to an inability to properly digest and assimilate certain types of food.
By Lynnette Prigmore

Glorious food
Regular readers will know that I’m a big fan of the benefits of nutrition and other natural measures over pharmaceutical interventions wherever possible. Now it’s official: food is better medicine than drugs. Well it is if you believe nutrional guru and Patrick Holford and Times contributor Jerome Burne whose book of that name is just about to be published.
By Carl Munson

Food in Focus: Avocados
Nutritional profile of avocados including therapeutic benefits, safety considerations, selection and storage, and serving suggestions.
By Janine Fahri BSc (Hons) MBANT

Food in Focus: Essential Fatty Acids
All you need to know about the essential fatty acids omega 3 and omega 6. This article outlines the functions of essential fatty acids in the body, signs of deficiency, the importance of balance, food sources and how to use them in your kitchen at home.
By Janine Fahri BSc (Hons) MBANT

Managing Food Intolerances
In this day and age, it is very common for people to have food intolerances. Weak digestion, unbalanced bowel flora, hypersensitive immune function, stress and poor dietary habits can all play a role in contributing to the symptoms of intolerance. It is very common in clinical practice to see clients showing symptoms related to an inability to properly digest and assimilate certain types of food.
By Debbie Cotton, Ad.Dip.Nat, CNM Lecturer

Food: Sustenance or Sacrifice? (Part One)
Are you feeding yourself in a way that is sustainable for the sake of your personal health and wellbeing or are you sacrificing a nutritious diet, and thus your health, in order to survive in the Rat Race?
By Sally Lever

Food: Sustenance or Sacrifice? (Part Two)
Are you feeding yourself in a way that is sustainable for the sake of your personal health and wellbeing or are you sacrificing a nutritious diet, and thus your health, in order to survive in the Rat Race?
By Sally Lever

Food Sensitivity Testing
Food Sensitivity Testing is only a fraction of what Systematic Kinesiology is all about.
By Linda Belcher

Food and Mood, what is the Link
Exploring the bio chemical effect of foods on us, our well being and state of mind.
By Mark Snare

Food Miles What do they Mean
The impact of food miles on your fresh fruit and vegetables and the potency of their nutrients.
By Mark Snare

Raw Food a Guide
Some words on the raw food style of eating and the ideas behind it.
By Mark Snare

Food Mood Connection
WHAT YOU EAT AFFECTS STRESS AND ENERGY Understanding how food nourishes the physical body, as well as the emotional body can change an entire life. What we eat alters everything. A function of the digestive process is to convert food into blood. The blood produces cells, sustains tissues and organs and unavoidably creates our thoughts. We think differently according to what we’ve eaten. Once this is realized it’s a much simpler task to look at food as a healing tool in stabilizing the body&mind.
By Rose Payne,CHHC

How to Look and Feel 10 Years Younger
The first thing to realize is that we have been programmed on societies unhealthy fast food mentality, and how I know this is that when I decided to eat healthy and eat only fresh organic foods that I spent many hours in the kitchen compared to what I did before.
By Darlene Siddons

Dehydrators - a personal view point
A dehydrator is an oven shaped piece of equipment used by many, but not all, of the raw food community. In very simple terms it allows you to ‘uncook’ food at temperatures under 118 degrees F over a long period of time. Once food is heated above this temperature many experts believe the precious enzymes (lifeblood) of living foods are destroyed.
By Joanne Oliver

Eat, Exercise and Be Healthy: A Lesson from Our Ancestors
Eat an aboriginal style diet and stay slim, healthy, happy and energetic. You can live a long and healthy life by eating a high protein, low carb diet and avoiding processed food.
By Herman Beck

About Metaphysics
In a world where people drive in the fast lanes, eat fast food, and complain that the computers and machines we use are not fast enough, it is no wonder we manifest disease, emotional and mental illness. We seem to experience an emptiness that comes from a lack of connection with one another and the Divine. Medical science has traditionally separated the physical body from the internal spirit, and society as a whole has focused primarily on the external aspects of life.
By Yvonne Perry

The Vernal Equinox and New Beginnings
After experiencing the frigid temperatures and snow here on the east coast, I’m looking forward to the arrival of Spring. As the days grow longer, the Vernal Equinox on March 20th marks the first day of Spring. We also refer to this time as the Spring Equinox. In days of olde, the Spring Equinox marked a place in time when seeds would literally be planted and then food would be harvested at the Autumn Equinox on or about September 23rd. Figuratively speaking, we see the arrival of Spring as a fertile time for new beginnings.
By Lorraine Valente

Holistic Weight Loss
Angela Stokes lost an incredible 12 stone with a raw food lifestyle and changed her whole life. A previous award winner in the David Kennedy Memorial Fund Prize at the House of Lords for her work on natural solutions for handling obesity, Angela has been widely featured in the British press and on TV, sharing her message of hope for recovery from overeating and obesity issues. Through her website, e-books and talks she encourages others to take a holistic, sustainable path to weight loss.
By Angela Stokes

Hypothyroidism May Be The Cause of Your Problems
Do you have any of these symptoms? fatigue, muscle cramps, muscle pain, slow pulse, low blood pressure, overweight with inability to lose weight even with diet and exercise, cold intolerance, constipation, dry skin, insomnia, poor memory or ‘brain fog’, easy bruising, food intolerances, dizziness, vertigo, headaches, puffy face and eyes, depression, irregular or painful periods, brittle nails, thinning hair, frequent colds or infections, infertility, increased cholesterol levels
By Susan Mosley, LAc, Dipl. C.H.

Culinary Herbs for Better Health.
Good health does not have to be bland and boring! Jazz up your food and your wellness status. Culinary herbs for seasoning food and herbal teas for pleasure and health. Want to know more......come into my garden of herbal knowledge.
By Bea Kunz

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