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Florida Sets A Standard We Should All Be Concerned About.

Florida raises allowable limits of cancer-causing chemicals in drinking water ahead of fracking boomThursday, August 04, 2016 by: Daniel BarkerOn Tuesday, July 26, Florida's Environmental Regulation Commission voted 3-2 in favor of passing controversial new water quality standards that will raise the maximum allowable levels of more than two dozen cancer-causing chemicals to be dumped [...]

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Smoothie of the week 9/1/16: Is it too early for pumpkin?

Is it too early for pumpkin? We think not! This delectable, healthful smoothie is packed with vitamin A, potassium and fiber. Top each serving with some ground flax seeds or a pinch of nutmeg if you like.Here is what you'll need: 1 cup pumpkin purée1 large ripe banana1 cup unsweetened soymilk or coconut milk beverage1 tablespoon honey1/2 teaspoon pure [...]

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Healthy Hump Day Recipe 8.31.16

Spaghetti With Wilted Greens and Walnut-Parsley PestoThis meal of Spaghetti With Wilted Greens and Walnut-Parsley Pesto makes for excellent post-workout fuel--thanks to a great mix of whole grains and protein. Added bonus from this one-dish meal: You get plenty of antioxidants from the veggies, herbs, and walnuts.It serves 6 and takes less than a half [...]

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Here is the newsletter for 8/26/16

School is in full swing and schedules have been adjusted. With Labor Day a week away, it may be time to fill in the gaps and cover the little things you may have forgotten. NEWSLTTER

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Smoothie of the week 8/25/16

Are you having trouble sleeping at night? Say goodbye to insomnia and hello to a good night’s sleep full of sweet dreams with this smoothie.Most people aren’t getting enough sleep at night for one reason or another and their health and way of life is suffering because of it. Fortunately, there are a several foods [...]

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America's water crisis goes beyond Flint, Michigan

America's water issues extend far beyond the current crisis in Flint, Michigan — and it's going to take a massive infrastructure investment to protect citizens from serious public health dangers, say experts.In light of World Water Day, on March 22, the White House, along with about 150 other institutions, pledged more than $5 billion to [...]

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Smoothie of the week! 8/11/2016

This week's smoothie goes along with our back to school theme. The kids will love it and it has lots of protein to get them through the morning. Who such great taste could be so healthy? Hopefully not the kids!Here is what you'll need:1 ripe banana, quartered and frozen1/2 cup nonfat milk1/4 cup plain nonfat [...]

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A Salad Hearty Enough To Be A Meal!

Eating healthy can sometimes be a total bore! Steak, potato, and arugula in a champagne vinaigrette however, is not a bore at all! Not only is this meal fantastic for a complete dinner, but the leftovers carry over exceptionally well for the following day's lunch. We actually ate all the steak out of the salad [...]

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Newsletter 7/29/2016

Here is the link to last week's newsletter. 

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Strawberry and Mint Infused water

 Finding the right combination of flavors can really make the right water pop. Our eyes have been conditioned to see certain foods in a particular way and while some colors stimulate the taste buds, others are capable of killing the appetite. Finding the right color combination, can make a simple glass of water the topic [...]

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