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Buying local food is a way to take positive climate action. To choose food that is better for your health and the planet. To support food and growers you believe in. An opportunity to help preserve farmland and green spaces. A way to keep money in your community.
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What colors are on your plate? Rainbow vegetables and fruits are powerful brain food. They give your brain essential micronutrients for growth and optimal function. They reduce inflammation. Brain inflammation is linked to mood, to mental health and neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer's. Fiber rich, they feed good gut bacteria that influence your mood and cognitive abilities.
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Cereal, juice, toast, and coffee quickly convert to glucose (blood sugar). This sets you up for a blood sugar roller coaster throughout the day affecting your energy, focus and mood. Chronically high blood sugar causes inflammation, inflammation can lead to disease. Breakfast casseroles provide the nutrient density stable, steady energy, improved focus, and brain function.
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Do you struggle to get moving in the morning? Are you stuck in a rut with breakfast? Eating nutrient dense foods can help you and your family feel better physically, mentally and emotionally. This online breakfast class series is designed to help you create sustainable habits to lower your risks of disease and improve energy, focus, mood.
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In a farewell to February and a tribute to red/purple foods, here is a round up of delicious, nutritious red cabbage recipes. Cabbage is one of on the most nutrient-dense foods. Purple cabbage has additional phytochemical nutrients, flavonoids, that benefit your brain.
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Did you know that cholesterol is essential for human health? For 50+ years we were told to eat low fat. The diet-heart hypothesis said dietary fats and cholesterol caused heart disease. But this hypothesis is scientifically wrong. Heart disease is caused by inflammation. Inflammation is caused by processed foods, excessive sugar, pesticides, man-made chemicals.
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Did you know beets reduce inflammation, boost brain function, improve liver function, lower blood pressure and much more? Loaded with vitamins and essential minerals red beets add delicious, nutritious foods to your life -- hummus and soup, roasted and shredded, pancakes and cupcakes oh my!
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How many red and purple vegetables and fruits do you eat each day? They can promote heart health, improve cognitive function, and protect your brain against neurodegenerative disorders Their beautiful purple or red color come from anthocyanins. These nutrients help your brain in several ways.
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I am so excited to share my new offerings in this new year -- nutrition education/cooking demos, a monthly real food book chat, and FREE classes every other Thursday and 2 Saturdays a month. Check them out! I look forward to seeing you online and helping you use delicious, nutritious food to feel your best.