Sugar Addiction

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Who is ready to break the cycle?

If you’re having a craving many time a piece of fruit can suffice. Many time I would make a smoothie with a banana and raw cacao, if it was chocolate I was desiring. Yes, 70 to 80% dark chocolate is healthy for you but there are undesirable things in there also.
The craving can also indicate a vitamin and mineral deficiency.

1. You eat sugar: you like it, you crave it; it has ...

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Superfoods Protein Bar

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Superfoods protein bar – healthy homemade snack bar that you will love. Vegan and gluten free.

Perfect snack before or after a workout with 40 g of protein in the whole batch.

And the prep time is 2 minutes!

Ingredients:

1/3 cup chia seeds
1/4 cup coconut flakes
1/4 cup of hemp seeds
2 cups of hemp, pea or any vegan protein (Sunwarrior Protein Blend)
2 cups of dates (can substitute raisins)
3 tbsp cocoa powder
1/2 cup of water
1 cup of ...

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Ondamed

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Ondamed or as I like to call it On-the-mend has been upgraded. There is now a fingertip sensor to check the pulse and oxygen level before and after treatment.

Ondamed is a PEMF based on Chinese medical theory of meridians (highways of energy) which run through various organs and when blocked in certain areas can cause dysfunction, pain, inflammation and disease. Ondamed uses pulsed sound and electromagnetic frequency waves to balance, harmonize and unblock meridians in the body. By ...

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Join us for the EndoPara Clear Webinar

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Join Melody Hart, ND, PhD, and
Jeff Thomas, ND, for our webinar

EndoPara Clear: Support for Parasite Detoxification and Intestinal Regeneration

Tuesday, May 23, 2017
6:30 – 8:00 pm MST

Parasites aren’t limited to travelers and exotic-food fans: Millions of Americans are infected with an intestinal parasite at any given time.1 These pathogenic organisms have the power to destroy your patients’ intestinal tracts, ...

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Farm Fresh Egg Recipe

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If you haven’t read last weeks post on what type of eggs to buy, you should go check it out! There is a ton of information on how to check your eggs quickly for freshness, and helping you interpret the different labels on the egg cartons. You can click here to get you to that post.
For this week, we are building off of last weeks post, and publishing a few quick and easy egg recipes. Eggs make a great ...
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Are Your Eggs Fresh?

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Eggs are a staple of our diet here at The Hart Center. Eggs are a great protein source. They are also a great source of various minerals and vitamins that help support a healthy body. With all the different ways eggs get advertised, it can be hard to know which brand or kind is the best. Well, we are here to help you understand the different claims that can go onto egg cartons.

Eggs have a unique way of dating their ...

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Stuffed Peppers

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Stuffed peppers are a great food to prep ahead and keep on hand for lunches. Choosing a low fat meat, and adding spices accordingly keep this meal flavorful and healthy! This recipe is for a greek inspired, but we encourage you to use this as a base and switch up the ingredients to enjoy many different versions of this meal!

Ingredients: 
6-8 large bell peppers
1 lb ground meat
Spinach or green mix
Fresh Herbs such as oregano, parsley, and rosemary
1 Can of crushed or ...
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Curry Chicken

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Simple and easy to make meals do not need to be flavorless. Here at the Hart Center, we know that time is everything. Curry Chicken is one of those meals that you can whip up in under 30 minutes if need be. There is a ton of flavor, few ingredients, and endless ways to tweak this to your liking.

Curry powder is the star ingredient in this recipe is the curry powder. There are tons of different variations on curry powder ...

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Stocking Your Cabinets

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Grocery shopping can be an extremely daunting taste. Food greatly impacts health, and being able to easily navigate the labyrinth of the grocery store is essential.

Having a grocery guideline list is the first place to start. Before even getting to the store you need to make a game plan. Part of that plan should involve ensuring that your trip is done on a full stomach. Shopping for food while hungry encourages buying more, and not always of the good things. ...

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