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Would You still Eat it?

Frozen pies are full of trans fats that are usually made by partially hydrogenated soybean oil. Trans fats hold many dangers to the heart. FDA labeling requirements for trans fats are so low that a company can use up to .49 grams per serving and still be able to claim...

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Not Really Real

Chef Boyardee Spaghetti and meatballs is alway a favorite canned choice for kids. But, not surprisingly, it’s not a good meal to eat. Loaded with high fructose corn syrup, caramel coloring, soybean oil, and other artificial flavorings. There is 8 grams of sugar in 1...

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It’s Addictive

Canned Soups are high in sodium. In many brands there is more sodium than what we should be taking in daily. The extra salt can cause us to eat more and kills the health benefits of the soup. Bouillon cubes or stock cubes are actually little cubes of danger. They are...

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It’s Made With What?

For how much we love breakfast biscuits they don’t love us back very much. The trans fats in them come from the partially hydrogenated soybean/ cottonseed oil. They also use artificial fat and stabilizers. It’s better to make your own or search the labels to find the...

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Is it Really Food

Fast food is fake food and made with phthalates. It is similar to BPA and used in plastic food, beverage rappers, and packaging. Those that eat fast food more often have a higher dose of phthalates in their system then those that do not frequent fast food restaurants....

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Knowing How to Read Between the Lines on a Food Label

It is well known that food labels are a tough part of living a healthy lifestyle. We have taught you about what to look for on the label, but it is also important to understand certain words that have been used as marketing enhancers to make certain “healthy foods”...

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Interesting Food Facts

Wild Alaskan blueberries are more nutritious than common blueberries The first avocado tree was planted in Florida in 1833 Pepsi was not always intended to be a soft drink. It was originally touted as a healthy drink that aided in digestion. Watermelon was deemed...

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Food Secrets

Deep fried foods are packed full of nitrates and nitrites and high heat cooking methods that result in carcinogenic nitrosamines. Collectively this make for inflammatory foods that bring havoc to the digestive system. Frozen entrees tend to be high in sodium and trans...

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Bad Foods For You

Have you ever thought about what's in frosting? It has trans fats from partially hydrogenated vegetable oil. It also has titanium dioxide, caramel color, artificial colors, and propylene glycol. Propylene glycol has been linked to poor kidney health. This are...

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The program has put me on the road to being a healthier person. I would recommend this program to anyone who is interested in feeling more energetic and losing weight. The accountability is invaluable. Your passion for the subject is what makes the class work for me. David Watson Keller, TXOn the road to being a healthier person

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I have struggles with my weight on and off though-out my life. I managed to lose 40 pounds in my early 20’s and 10 years later, woke up one day to discover it had all crept back somehow! I lost 10 pounds over 3 months counting PTS with Weight Watchers and then I started HLS. I lost 10 pounds during the class period and loved the personalized nutrition template because it makes it easy! It is easy to eat according to the profile. I just asked myself – did I already have my starch today? Starch is my down fall! ILoved the personalized nutrition template

My health has improved in many ways. My allergic reaction to food has gone down and so has my acid reflex. The acid reflex affected my daily life and would keep me up all night. I have learned what’s good for me and what I don’t need. Sarah Dollar Coppell, TXI’ve learned what I do and don’t need

Everyone in our family (2 adults/4 teens) was heavy when Cindy and I began this class 6 weeks ago. We were eating like the typical American family and the results of our poor nutritional choices threatened to overwhelm us. As Cindy and I have lost collective +40 lbs. during this journey, so too, have our 4 teens accounting for another 50 lbs. just through the changed we made in the contents of our pantry and refrigerator. Most exciting tempers have moderated, sleep has improved, energy levels are higher and we’re so excited about the coming weeks as we’re enrolling ourIt worked for our whole family

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