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Sunday, 19 November


Wheat Belly Holiday Recipes: Healthy Biscuits and Gravy Dr. William Davis

Biscuits and gravy: the ultimate comfort food . . . one you thought youd never have again!

The familiar dish of breakfast and holiday meals is recreated here with a delicious gravy that you can pour over freshly-baked hot biscuits. Because it contains no wheat or other unhealthy thickeners like cornstarch made with junk carbohydrates, there should be no blood sugar or insulin problems with this dish, nor joint pain, edema, acid reflux, mind fog, or dandrufflife is good without grains!

Grain-free biscuits and gravy are also much more filling than their grain-based counterparts. It means that, should you prepare these biscuits as part of a larger holiday meal, you may get by with preparing fewer dishes, as your family and guests will find themselves full with less food.

While the gravy is also dairy-free for those with dairy intolerances, the biscuits are not, as there are cheese and butter in the biscuits, both of which are optional, e.g., leave out the cheese and replace butter with coconut or other oil.

Makes 10 biscuits

2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil
1 pound loose sausage meat
2 cups beef broth
can (13.6 ounces) coconut milk or cream
1 tablespoon onion powder
1 teaspoon garlic powder
teaspoon sea salt
Dash ground black pepper

1 cup shredded cheddar (or other) cheese
2 cups almond meal/flour
cup coconut flour
teaspoon baking soda
teaspoon sea salt
2 large eggs
4 ounces butter, melted (or other oil, e.g., extra-light olive, coconut, walnut)

To make gravy:
In large skillet, heat oil over medium heat. Saut sausage, breaking up as it browns. Cook until thoroughly cooked and no longer pink.

Turn heat up to medium to high and pour in beef broth. Heat just short of boiling, then turn down to low heat. Pour in coconut milk and stir in well. Add onion powder, garlic powder, salt, and pepper and simmer over low heat for 5 minutes. Add additional salt and pepper to taste. Remove from heat and set aside.

To make biscuits:
Preheat oven to 325 F.

In food chopper or processor, pulse shredded cheese to finer, granular consistency.

Pour cheese into large bowl, then add almond meal, coconut flour, baking soda, and salt and mix thoroughly. Add the eggs and butter or oil and mix thoroughly to yield thick dough.

Spoon out dough into 10 or so -inch thick mounds onto a parchment paper-lined baking pan. Bake for 20 minutes or until lightly browned and toothpick withdr...


Whats the story with zinc? Dr. William Davis

In the several decades since the need for dietary zinc was discovered, it has proven to be far more important to overall health than initially thought. And deficiency is proving to be common.

You may recall that the phytates of wheat and grains block nearly all absorption of dietary zinc, along with blocking iron, calcium, and magnesium (all positively-charged cations). Just as iron deficiency anemia with hemoglobin values of 7 or 8 g/dl resistant to iron supplementation commonly develops in grain-consuming populations, so a parallel zinc deficiency also develops (although not well reflected by blood levels of zinc, which underestimates tissue levels). Zinc appears to be nearly as important to overall health as iron.

You can also appreciate that there is no shortage of conventional health advice to correct what is nothing more than nutritional deficiencies caused by grain consumption: women take calcium for bone health (a very bad idea), the varied phenomena of magnesium deficiency (e.g., migraine headaches, hypertension, heart rhythm disorders, osteoporosis) are managed with prescription drugs, etc. Zinc deficiency likewise shows itself in many ways, rarely recognized as zinc deficiency but treated, for instance, as IBS, eczema, or pre-diabetes.

Zinc, like magnesium, is an essential cofactor required for thousands of reactions in the body and thereby plays a crucial role in many aspects of health, with zinc deficiency evident in many varied ways. We now appreciate that zinc deficiency, for example, adds to insulin resistance, inflammatory diseases, hormonal disruption, and even cognitive impairment and dementia, and can be responsible for hair loss, diarrhea, impaired growth and development in children, impaired sexual function, skin rashes, and increased susceptibility to viral and bacterial infections. Reflecting the myriad functions for zinc, 3% of the human genome codes for zinc-containing proteins/enzymes.

Note that zinc, like vitamin B12, is obtained primarily from animal products and is therefore one of the major deficiencies that plague people who are vegan/vegetarian. Humans, thro...


Classic Bread Stuffing and a Thanksgiving Recipe Roundup The Paleo Mom

Can you believe Thanksgiving is almost here? In less than a week, Americans will gather around the table for one of the most food-centered holidays in our annual calendar. Whats not to love?!? Actually, Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday.  I love everything about it: taking some time to reflect on what we can be grateful for, turkey dinner with all the trimmings, pumpkin pie, and an extra long weekend spent with close friends and family! This year, Im going back to basics, with this new recipe for Classic Bread Stuffing, Paleo-style!

I know this time can be stressful for those of us on a restricted diet, but I want to encourage you to think of Thanksgiving in a positive light! Its a perfect time to flex your cooking muscles, introduce non-Paleo family members to amazing flavors, and nourish yourself with decadent recipes you wouldnt usually cook.

Whether youre following the AIP or are strictly Paleo, this roundup will provide some options for filling your Thanksgiving spread with compliant food.  If you still need help sourcing your Paleo ingredients, go back and check out How to Source a Perfectly Paleo Thanksgiving! Now is the time to plan your menu!

If youve been asked to bring a side dish  or dessert to Thanksgiving dinner at someone elses house, there are amazing options below. Im partial to the new Classic Bread Stuffing recipe youll find at the bottom of this post, because theres simply nothing like being able to indulge in bready sides alongside your family.

Id love to hear what your Paleo Thanksgiving spread looks like below!

Side dishes

Eggplant and Mushroom Stuffing


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Saturday, 18 November


Saturday Stories: Gene Drives x 2, and The Uncounted Weighty Matters

By Mariuswalter (Own work) [CC BY-SA 4.0 (], via Wikimedia Commons
Ed Yong, in The Atlantic, on how New Zealand's war on rats might change the world (and not necessarily for the best).

Carl Zimmer, in The New York Times, on why scientists believe gene drives (like the one discussed in Ed Yong's article) are too risky to employ.

Azmat Khan and Anand Gopal, also in The New York Times, with an incredible piece of journalism on the accuracy, or lack thereof, of America's bombing of ISIS.

And lastly, if you enjoy my blog, please consider a donation to my Movember fundraising for men's health initiatives. Thanks to the generosity of friends, family and readers, I'm 91% of the way to my $3,500 goal. You can give anonymously and it's fully tax deductible. Just click here! No donation is too small.



Top 6 Herbal Remedies For Acid Reflux That Really Work

Acid reflux affects more than half of Americans these days, there are some facts you should know about this illness before youre going for solutions, as the more you know about it, the more you may minimize the effects on your health. Some Facts about Acid Reflux Acid reflux affects more than sixty million Americans


6 Natural Herbs That Our Ancestors Used to Relieve Stress and Insomnia

Have you ever experienced a sudden adrenaline rush, one causing sweaty palms and heart racing as if it skipped a beat? We all have experienced it at one point or another in our lives. This feel of fight or flight generally termed as anxiety, occurs mainly due to a stressful situation. Stress is the precursor


15 Home Remedies To Get Rid Of Stretch Marks Naturally

Stretch marks (1) are a huge problem for most of women who have experienced pregnancy. Besides, it also occurs with people who get intense workout for building muscle or those suffering from obesity. So what are stretch marks? Basically, stretch marks are scars on the skin that have purple, red or pink color. In detail,


Five Essential Oils That Can Combat Digestive Disorders

In the United States, 60-70 million people are diagnosed with a digestive disorder that results in approximately 21.7 million hospitalizations yearly.(1) Digestive disorders are often connected to the microbiome in the gut.  Often the microbiome is impacted by the use of antibiotics.  If its not antibiotics, we are exposed to commercial disinfectants or hand sanitizes


6 Natural Solutions To Wash Pesticides Off Fruits and Veggies

We need to reduce the amount of pesticides in the fruits and vegetables we eat as possible as we can. It has been proven that this will be good for a healthy brain, protect kids health and reduce the risk of cancer. The risk from pesticides on conventional produce varies from very low to very


Medicinal Tea To Detoxify Your Liver and Strengthen Immune System

The liver is such an important organ that we can survive only one or two days if it shuts down. The liver performs many essential functions related to digestion, metabolism, immunity, and the storage of nutrients within the body. These functions make the liver a vital organ without which the tissues of the body would quickly


7 Foods That Heal Pancreas and Stimulate Digestive Enzymes

The pancreas, which is located in the abdomen, tucked behind the stomach, plays two vital roles; it is an organ of the digestive system and of the endocrine system. Pancreatic enzymes help break down fats, proteins and carbohydrates.  The pancreatic enzymes that the pancreas produces are helping your body to digest, absorb and assimilate different healthy


10 Foods That Boost Immune System and Fight Off Sickness

Our body have amazing protection mechanism called the immune system. It is designed to defend you against millions of bacteria, microbes, viruses, toxins and parasites that would love to invade your body. The majority of your immune cells reside in your intestines, so doesnt it make sense to consume healthy foods for keeping your immune system


How to Use Honey, Cinnamon and Coconut Oil to Improve Your Memory

Memory is an intriguing area of human consciousness.  If you hear something only once,  you will only recall it for a matter of a minute or two.  If you make an effort to remember it, it will live in your short-term memory for about the time frame youve described. Poor memory can occur for many


Hypnotherapy: The Treatment for Anxiety Youve Never Considered

About 18.1 percent of adults 18 and older have an anxiety disorder.  If you have a panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder or one or two phobias, youre not alone: You can find company with the 40 million adults in the U.S. who struggle with some form of anxiety. There are multiple methods to treat anxiety, from mainstream to


TPV Podcast, Episode 274: Sarah Hugs Our Listeners The Paleo Mom

In this episode, Sarah is on the road for her Paleo Principles tour! We welcome Paleo Principles into the world!

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The Paleo View (TPV), Episode 274: Sarah Hugs Our Listeners

  • News and Views (0:41)
    • Paleo Principles is out now! Sarah is extremely proud of this veritable text book of paleo science with a recipe book to boot.
    • Sarah is now out on tour, hugging everyone and enjoying meeting our listeners.
    • This is one of the best things about t0urs: meeting you!
  • Rate and review us. Goodbye!
  • Outro (23:20)

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New Blood Pressure Guidelines Will Put More People in Risk Pool Whole Foods Magazine

Under new guidelines instituted by the American Heart Association and the American College of Cardiology, high blood pressure, which was once defined as 140/90 millimeters of mercury or greater, is now 130/80.

The new recommendation stems from the results of a federally-funded study, called Sprint, published in The New England Journal of Medicine in 2015. It is estimated that under the new regulations, the number of American adults with high blood pressure will rise from 72 million to 103 million. Of those, an estimated 4.2 million will be new candidates for high blood pressure medication, reports The New York Times.

The government-funded study observed two groups of individuals over the age of 50 who were already predisposed to cardiovascular health issues. The researchers studied a high target group with a systolic blood pressure of less than 140 and a low target group with a systolic blood pressure of less than 120.

The chief finding was that the low target group had 25% fewer cardiovascular issues (such as stroke or heart attack) than the high target group.

Gilbert Welch, a professor of medicine at the Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice, noted in an oped in The New York Times that the 25% reduction was the difference between 8% in the high target group and 6% in the low target group.

Relative changes like a 25% reduction always sound impressive, wrote Welch, the author of Less Medicine, More Health: 7 Assumptions That Drive Too Much Medical Care.

Heres an opportunity to educate your customers about other ways to reduce the risk of hypertension. Regular exercise and a healthy lifestyle are the first two ways.

The popular Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) diet which includes fruits, vegetables, whole grains, poultry, fish, low-fat dairy foods, and lots of potassium has been shown to lower hypertension through healthy eating habits.

Doctors also recommend reducing sodium intake to 1,500 milligrams (mg) a day for those who have hypertension or are at high risk of developing hypertension (people age 51 or older and individuals of any age who are black). Experts also recommend consuming alcohol in moderation and abstaining from smoking tobacco, as it restricts blood vessels.

Healthy weight management is also key for maintaining healthy blood pressure. For overweight people, blood pressure can drop by one point for every 2.2 pounds of weight lost. Aerobic exercise for 90 to 150 minutes per week can lower blood pressure five to eight points.

In terms of supplements, look for things with fiber (such as blond psyllium and wheat bran), minerals (such as magnesium, calcium and potassium), folic acid, nitric oxide boosters (such as cocoa, coenzyme Q10, L-arginine or garlic), and omega-3 fatty acids (such as fish oil supplements or flaxseed). Deep breathing, meditation, yoga, and other...


Pecan Crusted Turkey Cutlets with Bacon-Maple Onion Marmalade Closet Cooking

Pecan Crusted Turkey Cutlets with Bacon-Maple Onion Marmalade
Not looking for a big, multi course, meal this Thanksgiving? How about these pecan crusted turkey cutlets with bacon-maple onion marmalade; a quick and easy turkey main that is perfect for any occasion! This meal is started by making the bacon-maple onion marmalade, which although it takes a bit of time, it's so easy! You start by cooking the onions until they caramelize and get all nice and sweet before adding maple syrup, balsamic vinegar and bacon far an amazing balance of sweet, sour and salty! The pecan crusted turkey is also really simple where you spread on some tangy dijon mustard on the turkey before pressing on chopped pecans and baking in the oven until the turkey is cooked and the pecans are nice and toasted and crispy! If you make the onion marmalade the day before this meal takes almost not time to make, making it a nice alternative to a full roast turkey!

Serve with some Thanksgiving side dish recipes!

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Thanksgiving Appetizer Recipes Closet Cooking

Thanksgiving Appetizer Recipes

While everyone is waiting for the big dinner you cannot let them starve and this is where the snacks and appetizers come in. The appetizers or hors d oeuvres, are always one of my favourite parts of planning Thanksgiving and they are a great way to make your Thanksgiving day stand out. There are just so many different things that you can do with appetizers from a simple platter of meats, cheeses and fruit, to cookies, to dips, to chips, to crostini or even finger sized pies. Although I always enjoy sticking in season with pumpkin and cranberry dishes, I don't let it constrain me too much and I am not afraid to mix it up with combinations of sweet and savoury. The only thing that you need to be careful about really, is that you do not ruin your guests appetite for the big meal!

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Healthy Wheat Belly Cranberry Sauce Dr. William Davis

There are 31.5 grams total net carbohydrates in this entire recipe, or 5.25 grams per serving (serves 6). To further reduce carbs, you can leave out the orange juice and, optionally, use more zest.

Makes 6 servings

1 cup water
12 ounces fresh whole cranberries
1/4 cup Virtue Sweetener (or other natural sweetener equivalent to 1 cup sugar)
1 tablespoon orange zest + juice of half an orange
cup chopped walnuts
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
teaspoon ground nutmeg
teaspoon ground cloves

In small to medium saucepan, bring water to boil. Turn heat down and add cranberries. Cover and cook at low-heat for 10 minutes or until all cranberries have popped. Stir in sweetener. Remove from heat.

Stir in orange zest and juice, walnuts, cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves.

Transfer mixture to bowl, cool, and serve.

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Aker BioMarine Comes Out on Top in SFP Ratings Whole Foods Magazine

Oslo, Norway For the third year in a row, Aker BioMarine has received an A rating from The Sustainable Fisheries Partnership (SFP) for its krill fishery in the Antarctic. Only 2.2% of the catch volume of reduction fisheries in the analysis achieved this rating, and all correspond to its fishery.

The Reduction Fisheries: SFP Fisheries Sustainability Overview 2017 analyzed 20 of the most significant fisheries used for the production of fishmeal or fish oil and assessed the sustainability of the current management regimes.

Some 81% of the total catch volume came from stocks that are reasonably well managed, an improvement from last year, where only 57.4% of the fisheries received that rating.

The Sustainable Fisheries Partnership is a business-focused NGO (non-governmental organization) that is helping to reshape the world of corporate responsibility by allowing companies to directly engage with suppliers of natural resources.

As part of the SFPs mission to assess and improve the needs of sustainability, the organization analyzed data from 20 stocks from 13 species and two main groups (fish and crustaceans), rated according to the sustainability assessment presented on FishSource.

This report shows a real improvement in the management of reduction fisheries and is a clear demonstration that the fishmeal and fish oil sector is on a very positive trend toward sustainability, said Blake Lee-Harwood, strategy director for the Sustainable Fisheries Partnership, in a statement accompanying the release. There is still a huge challenge in Asia but with enough support from industry and government we can hope for similar levels of improvement there as well.

The report shows a significant improvement for several other fisheries from last year, which is proof that many participants in the fishing industry are serious about doing business the right way, says Cilia Holmes Indahl, Director Sustainability at Aker BioMarine. As a sustainability frontrunner, we are very satisfied that others are following. We have openly shared our data and expertise to drive positive change in the industry and take the right steps to ensure that the fisheries take responsibility for the ecosystems in which they harvest. We need omega-3s for our overall health and the all hands on deck approach to sustainability helps us balance our work for improving human health with taking care of the environment.

Among the other findings:

  • 17% (1.7 million tons) of the total catch for reduction purposes comes from poorly managed fisheries (Category C), a significant drop compared to 42.6% last year.
  • Out of the 20 stocks of this overvie...

Friday, 17 November


11 Top Benefits and Uses Of Bay Leaf

Bay leaves are leaves that come from the bay laurel trees that grow over in the Mediterranean, France, Italy, North American, Central America. Bay trees are evergreens with long, aromatic leaves. Bay is a variety of laurel, and many times different varieties are referred to as bay. Bay leaves lose their health benefits after one


Cilantro Juice Can Detox Your Body and Eliminate Inflammation

Cilantro, this healing herb is loaded with several essential minerals such as calcium, potassium, iron, sodium, magnesium and manganese. Its also a good source of vitamin A, C, K and B vitamins. It has been widely used for many ailments thanks to its medicinal properties and one of the most remarkable benefits of this herb


3 High Alkaline Beverages You Should Drink In the Morning

You should know one fact: your body is at its most acidic point in the morning time when you wake up. And an acidic body is not good, so its a good idea to take some solutions to alkalize your body. If you are a coffee lover, its time to make change as it is


Natural Recipe For Removing Uric Acid From Your Joints

If you suffer from arthritis or gout, you know how painful it is. Fortunately, were here with a natural recipe that can help! Both arthritis and gout are the result of a build-up of uric acid. This drink helps remove uric acid from your joints (as well as other toxins), which helps relieve your pain.


Staying Safe Online: Five Cyber Safety Tips Every Parent Should Teach Their Kids Ready Nutrition

Years ago, when my kids were in elementary school, I let one of them play a kids game on my computer. Hours later, when I got back on the computer, I had a virus. This was our first of many discussions about cyber safety.

Its safe to say that the internet is increasingly becoming more of an unsafe place thanks to new cyber threats coming out and child predators finding more sophisticated ways of accessing our childrens accounts. While this frightens parents, it doesnt seem to stop children from wanting to get online to play games, hang out with friends, or research. Parents must stay ever vigilant in making sure children know the threats that are out there.

As a parent, I have explained the dangers on the internet and what they need to avoid, but is this enough? We say our Stay Safe Online and Keep Away From Perverts lecture and send them on their merry way? There is much more that we must explain to them!

Part of having the responsibility of being on the internet is using it safely. These tips are musts for ensuring your kids are staying safe online.

  1. What you put out into the internet stays there even if you delete it. It is important to understand this and avoid making off-hand comments, bullying statements to other kids, etc. What you put on the internet now will stay on the internet. That means your future boss could read it, your childrens children could read it, so be aware of this.
  2. Check your basic security to see what is showing up on search engines. Doing a simple Google search on your name, address, etc. to see if your personal information is protected is a great start in making sure your kids are staying safe. Moreover, teach them to keep this information off the internet. That means not adding this to social media accounts. To be clear, kids and teens should not post their email address, physical home address, phone numbers or any information that compromises the safety of the family.
  3. Use the strictest privacy settings for social media accounts. With 73% of teens and 68% of young adults on social media, its hard to avoid. You still have a say in where they socialize online, so be present when they are setting up their accounts to ensure their privacy is protected. As well, instruct them not to put personal information out there. For instance, a teen posts a message on F...


Vitamin K2: A Crucial Nutrient for Heart and Bone Health Natural Remedies

When you buy vitamin K, be that it's K2 that you're buying.

Vitamin K is a fat-soluble vitamin that is well-known for its role in blood clotting. However, there are two different kinds of vitamin K,1each providing its own set of health benefits. Vitamin K1 is primarily responsible for blood clotting whereas vitamin K2 works synergistically with calcium, magnesium and vitamin D to impart a number of important health benefits, including but not limited to:2 Read more


Farm to School Success in Hawaii Seedstock

News Release It takes the right amount of water and sunlight for seeds to grow into a thriving garden. So too, it takes the right mix of factors to integrate local foods into communities. Some of these factors include ... Read More


What Happens to Blood Sugar and Belly Fat When You Eat 2 Tablespoons of Coconut Oil per Day

Coconut oil is a delicious and healthy fat, derived primarily from the flesh and kernel of mature coconuts. While many of us have kept our distance because of its high fat content, weve been missing out on the incredible benefits that this amazing and natural product can give us. Not all fats or calories are


9 Foods That Protect Against Heart Attack and Remove Plaque Naturally

Your heart is your most important organ, after your brain. Making sure that its operating at its optimal level is key to a life of health and longevity. Eating right is a key component of lowering your risk of heart disease. While deaths due to heart disease have dropped in recent years, its still the


35 Reasons to Use Apple Cider Vinegar Every Day

There are so many ways you can use apple cider vinegar in your daily routine, it works great for pretty much anything, from treating an upset stomach, dealing with skin problems to cleaning your house. And believe me, once you start to use it, you wont turn back. The health benefits of apple cider vinegar


Sesame Seeds Work Better Than Tylenol Drug to Ease Knee Pain

According to study by Azerbaijans Tabriz University of Medical Sciences, shows that sesame seed supplementation can significantly improve clinical signs and symptoms of patients with knee osteoarthritis. A two month study showed that eating 4 tablespoons of Sesame Seeds (about 40 grams) was superior to 1000 mg of Tylenol for knee arthritis. With none of the


Ginger Cucumber Detox Juice That Naturally Fights Belly Bloat and Inflammation

Have you jumped on the green juice or smoothie bandwagon yet? If not, then now may be the time to make these health shots part of your daily routine. Green juices or smoothies are a great way to get more greens into your diet. They help to alkalize the body, flush out toxins, improve digestion,


Compounds Found In Purple Potatoes May Kill Colon Cancer Stem Cells

Colon cancer is the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the U.S. and responsible for more than 50,000 deaths annually, according to the American Cancer Society. Purple potatoes nutrition high on the antioxidant scale as well-known powerhouse foods like kale and spinach. Purple potatoes are also a great source of carbohydrates, potassium, vitamin C, folic


Popular Diestel Turkey Brand Sold at Whole Foods Tests Positive for FDA-Prohibited Drug Residue Organic Consumers Association blogs

November 16, 2017
Organic Consumers Association
Katherine Paul

Diestel Turkey, sold by Whole Foods and other retailers at premium prices, says on its website that its animals are never given hormones, antibiotics or growth stimulants.

But Diestel Turkey samples tested by the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) suggest otherwise, leading consumers to wonder: Can these companies be trusted?

According to testing conducted under the USDAs Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) National Residue Program, samples of Diestel Turkey products tested positive for numerous drug and antibiotic residues.

One of those drugs, Chloramphenicol, is strictly prohibited by the US Food & Drug Administration (FDA) in food production because its known to have severe toxic effects in humans including bone marrow suppression or aplastic anemia in susceptible individuals.

According to an amended complaint filed November 13, against Diestel Turkey Ranch, the FSIS inspected Diestel turkeys on four dates in 2015 and 2016, and reported, in addition to Chloramphenicol, residues of antibiotics important for human use, veterinary antibiotics, a hormone and other pharmaceuticals.



Lily of the Desert Nutrition Whole Foods Magazine

Lily of the Desert Nutrition
1887 Geesling Rd, Denton, TX 76208,


EcoDrink Naturals is a convenient and great tasting Multivitamin powder that can simply be poured into any water bottle, making it the best on-the-go multivitamin out there! This beverage comes in four different stick pack flavors: Berry, Fruit Punch, Peach Mango and Strawberry Lemonade. EcoDrink Naturals is made with natural ingredients, sweetened with Stevia and includes 28 essential vitamins, minerals and nutrients. An awesome product for the whole family!

Published in WholeFoods Magazine December 2017


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Once Again Nut Butter Whole Foods Magazine

Once Again Nut Butter
12 S. State St., P.O. Box 429, Nunda, NY 14517,

Hazelnut spread

Once Again Nut Butter announces the first in their line of specialty products, Hazelnut Spread Amor with Cocoa & Milk.  This organic, Non-GMO Verified, fair trade certified, product brings a delightful personal indulgence in the form of a gourmet product for a discriminating audience. While many hazelnut products perform as a spread, Amor offers a more viscous consistency that is conducive to turning everyday staples into a sweet treat, at only 170 calories per serving. As a dip for berries and fruit, spread over biscotti, or a topping for frozen yogurt, Amor delivers a mouthfeel and palate sensation that converts good to great!

Published in WholeFoods Magazine December 2017

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RidgeCrest Herbals Whole Foods Magazine

RidgeCrest Herbals
3683 W 2270 St. Suite A, Salt Lake City, UT 84120


Ridgecrest Herbals EssentialEyes provides full-spectrum eye support, simultaneously addressing the need to strengthen the circulatory system and related organs while providing essential nutrients to help combat the effects of blue-light damage caused by our constant overuse of technology. We combine a modified TCM blend dating back to 220 AD with Lutemax 20/20, which contains the essential daily amounts of lutein, zeaxanthin, and meso-zeaxanthin needed to maintain healthy macular pigment levels.

Published in WholeFoods Magazine December 2017

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Xlear, Inc. Whole Foods Magazine

Xlear, Inc.
723 S. Auto Mall Dr. American Fork, UT 84003,


Xlear Cough Drops soothe a sore, irritated throat. Normal cough drops are sweetened with sugar, which only feeds the bacteria in the throat, making the problems worse. Other sugar-free cough drops use artificial sweeteners like aspartame. Available in Honey Lemon, Green Apple, and Black Cherry flavors, Xlear Cough Drops are both sugar-free and naturally sweetened with xylitol to ensure optimal health.

Published in WholeFoods Magazine December 2017

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Prenatal Probiotic Whole Foods Magazine

Health Aid introduces PrenatalProbio, a vegetarian probiotic formula designed to enhance maternal and infants early gut flora. The probiotics contain 22 billion CFU, 11 beneficial strains, and prebiotics.
1285 Reamwood Ave., Sunnyvale, CA 94089, 1-800-320-5699,

Published in WholeFoods Magazine December 2017

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Wakanaga of America Co., Ltd. Whole Foods Magazine

Wakanaga of America Co., Ltd.
23501 Madero, Mission Viejo, CA 92691

Kyo-Green Powdered Drink Mixes

Kyo-Green has been a strong, trusted brand in the green health drink category for nearly 30 years. This year we are re-launching the brand with a fresh new look and new offerings! Easy to mix and no clumping, Kyo-Green is a healthy way to get your greens every day.

Kyo-Green Greens Blend contains a unique blend of grasses and superfoods that provide balanced energy and nutritional benefits for the whole body.

Re-Formulated! Kyo-Green Harvest Blend is a wholesome blend of organic and naturally sourced grasses, ancient grains, fruits, vegetable and herbal extracts, combined with nutrient-dense Spirulina for immune support.

New! Kyo-Green Sprouts Blend contains a nutritious blend of organic sprouted ancient grains, beans and nutrient rich seeds combined with Spirulina and our original Greens Blend to provide a natural, gentle prebiotic for healthy digestion.

For more information: (800) 421-2998,

Published in WholeFoods Magazine December 2017

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Trace Minerals Research Whole Foods Magazine

Trace Minerals Research
P.O. Box 429, Roy, Utah 84067,


Magnesium is the fourth most abundant mineral in the body and participates in more than 300 biochemical reactions, including energy production, digestion, heart health, and healthy bones. However, recent studies estimate that almost 70% of Americans are not getting the recommended daily intake of magnesium. Thats why we developed Mag Pak.

The best thing about Mag Pak is the to-go packets can be thrown in any purse, pocket, backpack, gym bag, or lunch box for any on-the-go adventure! Its not only convenient, it tastes great, is naturally flavored, and is formulated with a special blend of magnesium malate, magnesium carbonate, and citric acid that once added to water, creates magnesium citrate, a highly absorbable form of magnesium.

We also added a complex of full spectrum electrolytes for a magnesium supplement that is unmatched in the industry from Americas #1 Liquid Magnesium Brand.

Published in WholeFoods Magazine December 2017

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Solgar, Inc. Whole Foods Magazine

Solgar, Inc.
500 Willow Tree Road, Leonia, NJ 07605


Solgar Energy Kicks: Powered with naturally-sourced ingredients plus energy-supporting essential B vitamins.* Each 2-oz shot includes 200 mg of Natural Caffeine from Green Tea, Yerba Mate and Guarana. Available in delicious natural Mixed Berry and Pomegranate flavors, these clean formulas are non-GMO, vegan, free of gluten, wheat and dairy and only 25 calories per bottle!

Published in WholeFoods Magazine December 2017


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Soft Gel Technologies, Inc. Whole Foods Magazine

Soft Gel Technologies, Inc.
6982 Bandini Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90040


Joint health is one of the top categories for supplement use. Hops, the ingredient used to add a touch of bitterness to most brews, has been studied because of its joint health properties. Derived from hops resin extract, Perluxan softgels contain a unique botanical anti-inflammatory agent clinically demonstrated to relieve minor joint pain quickly. The formula is standardized to contain high concentrations of alpha acids, which reduce pain-causing compounds in a short time. With a low dose, easy-to-swallow and fast-acting Perluxan softgels soothe minor joint discomfort within two hours of ingestion and dont cause GI distress. This specialized supercritical hops resin extract provides a safer approach to soothing aches from overexertion of everyday activities and effectively calms the bodys minor pain cascade. Perluxan softgels are exclusively available from Soft Gel Technologies, Inc., a full-service, GMP-certified contract manufacturer.

Published in WholeFoods Magazine December 2017

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Reviva Labs
705 Hopkins Road, Haddonfield, NJ 08033,

Peptide Facial Skin Prep with Hyaluronic Acid

Todays beauty news has been talking up the importance of infusing trace minerals into skin cells to energize them. Seaweed and sea algae provide a high concentration of minerals and trace minerals that stimulate cell energy. To Reviva, this is old news; we introduced topical trace minerals in our products over 35 years ago. But weve upped the game with our new Peptide Facial Skin Prep. Not only does it bathe your skin in trace minerals, its also infused with hyaluronic acid, argireline, and DMAE to kick-start your anti-aging and hydrating while it energizes your skin making it more receptive to follow-up treatments.

Published in WholeFoods Magazine December 2017

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Magic Muffins The Weston A. Price Foundation

This is a low glycemic, grainless recipe. I do not use egg whites because Im allergic to the whites but not the yolks. I find it great for a late afternoon snack, before dinner or can be enjoyed as dessert with lunch.


  • 1 3/4 cups crispy almond flour (made fresh from soaked and dried almonds)
  • 1/4 cup flax seed meal (made fresh)
  • 1 cup sugar-free grated coconut
  • 5 pastured egg yolks
  • 1 cup melted coconut oil
  • 1 cup of grated zucchini, apple, carrot or yam
  • 1/4 teaspoon unrefined salt
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla

optional items

  • 1/2 cup coconut sugar
  • 1/3 cup coconut flour
  • cinnamon
  • cardamom
  • lemon/orange peel
  • grated ginger

Mix all dry ingredients. Add egg yolks then grated zucchini, apple, carrot or yam. Add melted coconut oil and vanilla. Mix all together and add a little hot water if needed for consistency.

Fill muffin pans 3/4 full. Bake at 350F for 25-30 minutes until golden brown on top. Let cool in muffin pans to hold shape. I store in the freezer, good as is or warmed slightly with butter on top.

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