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How much protein in your diet is enough?

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Have you been told you need more protein? Have you wondered if you are eating enough of it? The supplement industry, magazines, websites, trainers, and athletes (1-2) heavily promote high protein diets. But these popular opinions do not necessarily match up with the recommendations by scientists. Let’s do some math together. How much protein do we need? The current Recommended …

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Gout diet: The Do’s and Don’ts

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Gout is a painful inflammatory arthritis that is caused by monosodium urate crystal formation in a joint. The key to reduce gout flare-ups is to reduce uric acid levels in the blood,(1) and the good news is that it is curable.(2) Most of those who have gout know that they need to be watching their diet. But when I ask …

3 things most people don't know about gluten

Should I Go Gluten Free?

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The ever-increasing availability of gluten free products in grocery stores is a very interesting phenomenon. It’s even more interesting when 90% of Americans have heard of gluten while only 35% of them really know what it is, as a result of a 2015 survey by NSF International. (1) About half of those who have heard of gluten incorrectly believe that …

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Recipe: Kale Salad And Thai “Peanut” Dressing

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Just because I eat a plant-based diet, it doesn’t mean salad is my favorite food. Honestly, if I have a choice, I avoid salad at all costs. When the typical iceberg lettuce, tomato and cucumber salad is my only option on the menu, it literally makes me mad…every. single. time. BUT this salad recipe is different. It’s too good not …