- A Yogi Way of Eating
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- Gerson Therapy (2)
- Healthy Foods and Recipes (72)
- Natural Juicing
Crack Open A Coconut
The coconut is full of nutritious goodness.
This Little Piggy Ate More Soy
Healthy Pork? Scientists are on to something by testing a new diet on Iowa pigs.
Have a Rice Day
Rice meets the low-fat, low-calorie, high-nutrition criteria of the new American diet.
Foods Known To Cause Headaches
Foods listed here are the ones most commonly reported to trigger headaches.
Are You A Flextarian? - Answer This Holistic Healing Opinion Poll
A Flexitarian (part-time vegetarian) is someone who eats a primarily healthy diet that consists of limited amounts of meat and more vegetables.
Natural Juice Recipes
This page is primarily a resource for recipes made from fresh fruits and vegetables.
TOXIC OR TASTY - The Real Issue in the Stevia Battles
Jennifer Jones gives us the "skinny" on Stevia herb.
Choice selections at the About Holistic Healing Bookstore.
Eating for Balance - Choosing Foods for an Ayurvedic Diet
Ayurvedic Diet - An individualized approach to choosing foods for balance
Bok Choy is a popular Asian vegetable that is extremely versatile. It can be steamed, boiled, stir-fried or even eaten raw. With a bit of imagination you can use it in everything from appetizers to main dishes. Includes recipes and cooking tips!
My Holistic Pharmacy, The Kitchen
Food is medicine. Are you choosing and cooking nutritional foods? Whole, organic, and local are your best choices.
Cooking for Health
aim4health.com article compares nutritional values of various cooking methods: frying, boiling, steam, stir-fry, or microwave.
How To Eat Healthy While Dining Out
Smart restaurant eating article with eating-out tips by Intelihealth
Non-Profit directory For locallyÊgrown foods. Enjoy the enefits of buying locally grown food that is fresher than anything in the supermarket and that means it is tastier and more nutritious.
The Fruitarian Diet
David Wolfe, raw fruit /fruitarian, shares his love of fruit as our planet's most natural food source.
Iams nutrition symposium
Nutritional connections in pet diabetes, renal failure, old age, and cancer, connections that have implications for humans as well.