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TRY A VEGGIE BURGER! People who eat excessive amounts of red meat have a much higher risk of colorectal cancer. Seafood and white meat poultry eaters do not. And…Read more

REPLACE PROCESSED MEATS WITH ‘NO-NITRITE-ADDED’ DELI MEATS! Cold cuts and other processed meats are a convincing cause of colorectal cancer. Eat no more than 18 oz. of red meat…Read more

The New Year is here and it’s tough to change your diet! Eat more fruits and vegetables. Cut back on salt, saturated fat, and sugar. Switch to whole grains.…Read more

 Guest post by Bastyr Nutrition Studies Student Amber Lagerwey   America loves food, this we know. With over 40,000 grocery store products available to the consumer, our continuous need…Read more

Guest post by Bastyr Nutrition Studies Student Amber Lagerwey   America loves food, this we know. With over 40,000 grocery store products available to the consumer, our continuous need…Read more

Guest Post by Bastyr Nutrition Studies Student Amber Lagerwey Aside from ethical and religious reasons, there appear to be many reasons these days to not eat animal products, particularly…Read more

Mindful Diets: Paleo The idea behind the Paleo diet is to eat like our cavemen ancestors did, before the industrial revolution and our hubris of agriculture disrupted our harmonious…Read more

Guest Post by Bastyr University Nutrition Studies Student, Amber Lagerwey  Gluten is a very controversial topic these days. An article I recently read cited multiple research studies proving that…Read more

Guest Post by Bastyr University Nutrition Studies Student, Amber Lagerwey I imagine that vitamin C is probably one of the most well known of the nutrients and for good…Read more

Guest Post by Bastyr University Masters of Nutrition Student Nancy Miller You may sometimes wonder, “Am I getting enough protein in my diet?” but are perplexed if you look…Read more

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