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5 Tips For How to Make Stir Fry Meals Healthy

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How to Make Stir Fry Meals HealthyEditor’s note: Please welcome back Alex James of Alex James Wellness. Alex had previously written about Vitamin Water, and now she’s back with some ways on how to make stir fry meals healthy – healthier than you already think they are! After you read this, put these tips to practice by trying out these stir fry recipes: Paleo Cantonese Chow Mein, Lo Bak (daikon) noodle stir-fry,  Weeknight dinner stir-fry, Dumpling stuffing ground pork stir-fry, and  the ever-popular (and quick!) Bacon Coleslaw stir-fry.

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I love a good stir fry, don’t you? So simple, easy, and delicious. Here are my top 5 tips for a healthy homemade stir fry!
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October 15 |

An easy solution to America’s BIGGEST problem

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An Easy Solution to America's Biggest ProblemSay the words “America’s BIGGEST problem” and what do you think about? The economy? The war on drugs? Dr. Kirk Parsley talks about America’s biggest problem in this TEDx talk. Even better, he talks about what the solution to this problem is. Part of the issue is that most people don’t think this problem affects them.

The problem may not be what you think it is, and the solution is pretty easy, 100% natural and it’s FREE.

The solution improves our brains, bodies and even our sex lives. What is it?

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October 1 |

8 creepy things about food – and what to do to avoid them

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8 creepy things about foodI fell down the internet hole known as Buzzfeed and found this video that will creep you out about 8 “food” products. I purposely put “food” in quotation marks because these products are certainly edible, but it doesn’t mean you should be eating them.

Watch the video and see what I mean!

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August 2 |

eBook review: Reintroducing Foods on the Paleo Autoimmune Protocol & a Homemade Chocolate Recipe

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Reintroducing Foods on AIP

I’ve followed the Paleo Autoimmune Protocol (AIP) for a little over a year now. This particular way of eating, essentially takes the grain-free, legume-free, Paleo way of eating, and takes it up a notch by further eliminating foods that can cause inflammation. Gone are the Paleo staples of eggs and nuts, and say goodbye to the ‘Primal’ dairy foods, along with seeds (including chocolate), and nightshade vegetables like tomatoes, potatoes and peppers of all kinds.

While doing AIP is initially very restrictive (the most common question being: “What the heck am I going to eat for breakfast?”), there is the life-changing benefit of keeping autoimmune disease under control, and reducing inflammation conditions. For me, it’s been the difference between living with chronically itchy, and inflamed, sensitive skin, and only experiencing minor flare-ups during allergy season, with stress, or when inadvertently eating something that I probably shouldn’t.

Now the great thing about the Paleo Autoimmune Protocol is that in theory, if your gut has healed sufficiently by staying away from foods that irritate and inflame it, you should eventually be able to re-introduce some of these former food intolerances again without experiencing symptoms. Because I had food intolerance testing done, I used my test results as a guide to re-introducing foods for myself. But what do you do, if you’ve decided to try AIP and you’d like to bring back some foods? What do you re-introduce first? How do you know if a food is okay for you? What do you do if a food you re-introduce causes an autoimmune flare?

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July 23 |

Take 6 minutes to change how you think about PMS & learn how to fix it

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pms-bloodsugarDo your family members know to stay away from you at a certain time of month? About a week before your period do you feel moody, depressed or irritable? Or have tender breasts, fatigue and rampant cravings for sugar or chocolate? If that’s you, then you’re one of the 85% of all women who have experienced PMS (premenstrual syndrome) at some point in your reproductive life. However, just because something is common, doesn’t mean that it’s normal. If you’re in optimal health, than you shouldn’t really experience anything out of the norm before you have your period. Does that sound too good to be true for you?

Dr. Justin Marchegiani explains PMS and its connection with blood sugar.

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July 11 |
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