My Tips to Dodge a Cold This Season

I live in Minnesota and this time of year will mean for some people, dealing with the inconvenience of a head cold.  There are a few proven tricks to do on a daily basis to avoid getting a cold or at least lessening the chances of it lingering around for too long.  I like to…

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How to Eat Your Way Thru the Holidays!

Do these things to avoid the extra Holiday weight. By Beth Schupanitz of Inspiring Health   The beginning of the holiday season always seems to start around Halloween. The days are shorter, the weather is colder, and we start to get busier with all of the holiday parties and preparations. However, with all of this…

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A Healthy Halloween? Is it Possible???

At Inspiring Health, we believe in celebrating holidays and having fun, however, we know that it can be done by setting loving boundaries to upgrade our favorite treats.  We all need to spend a little time on planning, prepping and providing options for our children and our families.  It’s also our job to educate our…

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Healthy Eating for Busy Professionals

  Individuals are living busy lives and are often stressed out.  They’re constantly over-worked, sleep deprived, budget challenged and time starved.  And if your a mom and an entrepreneur, you may be like me and have some guilt along with these things trying to juggle home life and career life. Instead of cooking or preparing meals at…

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Sickening Sweet – The sugar you consume with beverages!

Sickening Sweet re-posted from Beyond Organic Insider Thursday, October 4th, 2012 The average American consumes 150 to 170 pounds of sugar annually, and many sodas, energy drinks, and coffees add to our sugar overload.There’s no way to sugarcoat the unhealthy sugary mess we’ve gotten ourselves into. For example, in the year 1700, the average person consumed 7…

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Olympic Athletes and Beet Juice?

Each year I grow a garden and hope that my green thumb may appear.  Some years are better then others.  Well this year I decided to grow beets again, in hopes that I could convince my kids that they are a really great tasting veggie.  I learned that beet greens, saute down like spinach and…

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Trans Fat Scam: When “Zero” Doesn’t Mean Zero

Photo is courtesy of the Centers for Disease Control Everyone agrees that trans fat is terrible for you. So why are so many Americans falling victim to the trans fat scam—a hoax that’s leading them to unknowingly consume this harmful substance? Unfortunately, a deceptive labeling loophole approved by the U.S. government allows many companies to market…

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High Quality Seed to Add to your Diet

What Is Quinoa and How Do You Cook With It? Quin-what? Pronounced “keen-wah,” this protein-packed grain is experiencing a moment in the spotlight and showing up on more restaurant menus and recipe sites than ever before. So just what is quinoa and how do you make it? Learn more below. 1. What is quinoa? Quinoa is…

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What to Eat for Breakfast?

Today I found a great article about breakfast cereal choices.  I hope to give you some different breakfast ideas, so NOT to raise your blood sugar levels first thing in the morning. After we sleep for the 7-9 hours a night, we need to break – fast, (breakfast) from our slumber.  So if we put…

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Diabetes Set to Rise to Alarming Rate by 2030

It’s terribly shocking to read this article and learn the facts about how many people will be affected by Diabetes.  My grandmother was blind from Diabetes and I saw first hand how that diagnosis changed her life forever.  Many of my clients are Diabetic and we see such great results in A1C numbers and blood…

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