Author Archives: Recipe Team

Take The Further Food Collagen Breakfast Challenge! WIN Marine Collagen!

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Is Your Job Destroying Your Health? 7 Simple Hacks to Stay Healthy at Your 9 to 5

By Reshma Adwar

A few of my nutrition clients (including my husband) find that their work schedule can get so hectic that they have a hard time making healthy choices throughout the day. They either have no time to eat, or they only have time for something quick at their desk (meaning pizza, muffins, a cereal bar, what have you). What’s more, sitting in a chair for most of the day only makes them more tired and

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18 No Cook Protein-Packed Recipes to Beat the Heat

By Amanda Hulse

We spend enough time trying to cool down over the summer— don’t waste your time sweating over the stove too! Try these ideas for refreshing, delicious, and easy-to-create dishes that won’t have you anywhere near the kitchen heat. As an added bonus? These healthy, protein-packed recipes will leave you energized for all your fun summer adventures! GRAB & GO SNACKS1. T

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5 Top Tips for Traveling with IBS, Worry-Free

By Kate Male

Traveling is always exciting; you meet new people, experience different cultures, and expand your flavor horizons with new tantalizing cuisines. However, if you suffer with IBS, a well-anticipated travel experience can become tougher than a stroll on the beach.Here I share my top tips for staying bloat-free and pain-free while looking glam and enjoying your trip! 1. Please Prepare

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The Biggest Lesson My Parents Taught Me When My Health Was at Risk

By Jocelyn Weiss

I am so appreciative of my parents. From the time I was young, they taught me that I can do and be anything I set my mind to. When you hear that as a kid, you dream big. Maybe you aspire to become a doctor (I did get a PhD) or hike mountains (I’ve done that, too). Even more importantly for me, though, embracing that I-can-do-anything mindset has pushed me not to view my health issues as limitati

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13 Further Food Snacks Worth Watching the Superbowl For

By Casey Giltner, Nutritionist

Superbowl party-goers across America are gearing up for some serious snacking this Sunday. Whether you're hosting your own smorgasbord, or kicking in a dish for someone else's, chances are your local grocery store is brimming with "all-American" options to help you feed the masses. But before you battle it out for the last jar of cheese dip, check out some of our favorite recipes for a crowd ple

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Why the Gut-Brain Connection Is the Key to a Longer Life

By Dr. Jennifer Wolkin

Most of us can relate to having “butterflies” in our stomach, or to a visceral gut-wrenching feeling. And you’ve most likely been told at some point to “go with your gut” or “follow your gut instinct.” Even from our simple slang, it’s clear just how symbolically connected the gut is to our emotions. The thing is, there’s tangible proof too.We all have a microbiome, and they a

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Success Story: I Thought Being Obese Was Just In My Genes…Until I Lost 133 Pounds (Naturally!) With Dr. Fuhrman

By Debbie

Like my whole family, I have been heavy most of my life and thought it is all in the genes. I tried every diet there is and thought about doing bypass surgery. But a friend of my mom had it and died due to complications. When I went for my yearly physical after my 50th birthday, my doctor gave me a present, high blood pressure medicine. I was already taking over the counter drugs for allergies and

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So Long, Winter! 6 Easy & Clean Eating Recipes That Prove Spring Never Tasted So Good

The tulips are blossoming and the birds are chirping away. Spring has most certainly sprung and now it’s time to come out of hibernation! This is your opportunity to whip up some of our favorite seasonal recipes that promote clean eating highlight the delicate flavors of the season. Bring spring to your plate this month with this mouthwatering collection of mild-weather classics done right!&

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7 Creative Aphrodisiac Dessert Recipes to Spice Up Your Valentine’s Day

By Ryan Warren, RD,

Come on baby, light my fire... With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, you’re probably looking for ways to heat things up in the romance department. Whether fresh sparks are flying with a new special someone, or you are in the market to rekindle things with an old flame, this is no time to skimp on that loving feeling. And what better way to set the mood than with some super stimulating and sed

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9 Ridiculously Yummy Heart-Healthy Dishes You Need to Try

With February fast approaching, many of us have Valentine’s Day on the brain. But for this love-centered holiday, our focus is on the heart. And we’re not necessarily talking sweetheart candies or heart shaped chocolate truffles — as delicious as they are! Instead, this is all about that extra special part of us that keeps our blood flowing and our passions alive. We’ve cultivated a show-s

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Healthy Comfort Foods? Yes! 9 Recipes Top Bloggers Are Cooking Right Now

French fries, chili, pasta, chocolate…our list of comfort foods could go on and on. And with winter in full swing, it’s all that’s on our minds. We’re talking about the hearty, indulgent dishes that are not only delicious but satisfying — the recipes you turn to when you crave a really good meal or a decadent dessert on a cold, blustery day. Comfort food isn’t usually known for being h

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15 Clean-Eating Recipes That’ll Make You Ditch That Bag of Chips

The holidays are behind us and it’s a great time to start a healthier approach to eating. We’re talking about clean eating: consuming foods that are all-natural, not processed or overly-preserved. Sure, it can be tough to cut out some of your favorite foods that may be packaged or made with additives, but once you begin using only fresh ingredients, you’ll feel the difference and you may nev

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5 Tips for Keeping Your New Year’s Resolutions Once and For All

By Cara Harbstreet, MS, RD, LD

Did you make any health-minded resolutions this New Year’s? Was it to lose weight? Cut back on sugar? Exercise more often? Maybe all of the above! While kickstarting those changes is key, the real challenge comes in maintaining them for longer than a few weeks or months. We know that staying motivated can be tough, but it’s important to remember why you set those specific goals in the first pl

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10 New Sugar-Free Snack Ideas You Haven’t Thought Of

Snack time! For most of us, getting through the day without a mid-morning or mid-afternoon boost is virtually impossible. But sometimes, it feels increasingly challenging to find nutritious and satisfying between-meal bites that aren't totally laden with sugar. The best snacks are of the well rounded variety—protein, fiber, and heart-healthy fats come together in a hunger-staving, energy-boostin

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My Nourishing Three Day Meal Plan For Living With Lupus, Fibromyalgia and Multiple Autoimmune Conditions

By Linda Cho

Living with lupus, fibromyalgia, IBS and other overlapping autoimmune diseases means that every day is a struggle.  My goal, however, is to try to become my best self despite my illnesses. To achieve this goal, one of the most important things I have decided to do is to live a healthier lifestyle. There is no single diet uniquely proven to help lupus (and other autoimmune illness) patients, but a

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In My Pantry: 10 Foods to Fight Autoimmune Flares

By Maria Ruiz

In May 2014, I suffered a major lupus flare. Lupus is an autoimmune disease that comes about when the immune system becomes hyperactive and attacks its own tissues in multiple body systems. My symptoms included extreme fatigue, fever, inflammation and extensive swelling. I knew I didn't want to be on multiple medications, so I decided to research ways in which food could help my body heal itself.

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I Looked Pregnant…but it was SIBO

By Dr. Jennifer Wolkin

Let’s rewind.  February 2013, I noticed that I’d become more bloated than usual after a hearty meal.  I experienced a feeling of pressure in my stomach, as well as visceral pain, both of which converged to create a really uncomfortable experience.   I also had GERD, and my heart felt fiery.  My xiphoid process felt irritated.  I was a hot digestive mess.   As uncomfortable as i

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