Best and Worst Foods to Eat for Stress

Stress, it’s the bane of existence for too many of us. Stress is an epidemic that is taking a toll on our health. Stress can make us feel awful physically, emotionally, and can intensify most...

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My Favorite Food and Clearing the Confusion

You could say I'm a yamaholic, but that wouldn't be accurate since it's really sweet potatoes that I adore. Although available year-round, yams or sweet potatoes are particularly treasured during...

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Stories from the Incline

First there was Ann. We met Ann in a parking lot for the Manitou Incline. I’m guessing Ann was either in her late 50’s or early 60’s. She was short and strong. We chatted her up...

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Working on Our Personal Philosophies

“We are rapidly becoming a nation of passive intellects. The continued neglect of our reading and our writing skills is leading to increasingly undisciplined thinking habits. If we doubt...

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From Stressed to Blessed

It’s officially “Stress Awareness Month” and I believe most of us are aware that as a population, Americans are incredibly stressed. Roughly 77% of Americans report physical...

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Cleanse Your Body, Free Your Mind, Love Your Life

How many times have you asked a friend to join you for lunch or a hike and gotten a response something like, “Well, maybe, but I’m cleansing.” Come on, this is Evergreen, I know...

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Keeping the Immune System Strong with DMG

One of my favorite supplements for Immune Support right now is the Chewable Immuno-DMG by DaVinci Labs. Four of the featured ingredients of this product includes DMG (Di Methylglycine),...

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Green Soup

Serves 6

2 tablespoons olive oil

1 medium onion, sliced

2 pounds broccoli, stalks and florets chopped

6 ounces spinach

7 cups low sodium vegetable broth

½ cup rolled oats

1/4 cup raw cashews...

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Chopped Chicken Salad

This is easily one of my go-to salads, especially when I have some leftover chicken and fresh greens. Very light, yet satisfying.

Serves 4

  • 8 cups Romaine lettuce, chopped
  • 1/2 pound cooked chicken...
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Baby Bok Choy Salad

If you are maintaining a soy-free diet, coconut aminos are a great alternative or you can just add salt. Fresh baby bok choy works best in this recipe - it just tastes like spring.

Serves 4

  • 3...
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