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Cameron Cooks in Chaos: Chicken Marinara

February 24, 2014 by

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CHICKEN MARINARA The basic thing is that I found a brand of marinara at Costco in a 3 pack – so salt or sugar in it.  It’s thick and I don’t need to add anything to thicken it. The chicken needs to be cooked already.  So if you want to throw chicken thighs (frozen), say […]

Traveling on GT

February 3, 2014 by

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  I take many short trips for work- some for a day, some for three days- each one has its own unique challenges- but I have found a way to avoid messing up my food due to a trip!  Even traveling with carry on only! I prefer not checking bags- they get lost, require you […]

Client Stories: 7 Weeks of Regeneration

February 3, 2014 by

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by:  Amy Dowell The idea of “clean eating” was never really something that crossed my mind. I ate what the general population would consider healthy, and thought, ‘hey, I’m doing good, I like fruits and veggies, I’m lactose intolerant, so I don’t eat any dairy, I eat right.’ After being plagued by various illnesses for about three years, including […]

Ask Dave: A SUSTAINABLE NEW YEAR

December 27, 2013 by

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Dear Dave,  My family tradition is to have a seafood for New Years dinner but our children have been getting noisy about its ‘sustainability’  and suggesting turkey instead.  Is there a way to make informed choices at the seafood counter so that we can have a guilt-free dinner?  Sue,      Wisconsin Hello Sue, EXCELLENT […]

Cameron Cooks in Chaos: Alternative Alfredo

December 12, 2013 by

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I love alfredo sauce – it’s my biggest weakness – and I am always looking for good alfredo recipes that don’t contain all the things I do not eat – specifically cow milk, cream, sugar and chemicals.  We have Wiggly Wednesdays at my house and that is all about pasta.  We get tired of the […]

ASK DAVE: Ode to Apples

December 2, 2013 by

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ODE TO APPLES This is a ‘SPECIAL EDITION’ geared towards all you apple lovers out there.  Apples are deserving of a rampant fan club – tasty, full of fiber, low glycemic and a great source of healthy carbohydrates…who could ask for more? This year I encountered three apple varieties that were all new to me.  […]

Eat This: The Beloved Winter Squash

October 6, 2013 by

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By:  Samantha Ray I used to turn my nose up to this wonderful all-purpose and nutrient rich vegetable.  Since dropping my story that, “Anything that resembles baby food can’t possible taste good”,  I can now appreciate its multifaceted uses.  Now squash is one of my favorite veggies and I eagerly anticipate it’s fall harvest!  Another […]

Ask Dave: Gluten free and Still Hurting?

September 2, 2013 by

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Dear Dave, After finding that I am ‘gluten-sensitive’ I changed my diet to 100% gluten-free but am still having many of the same symptoms as before.  How safe are the gluten-free products out there and are there brands that you recommend? Kathy, Florida Dear Kathy, GREAT question Kathy!  Many people simply assume that gluten free […]

Watch This: Genetic Roulette

September 2, 2013 by

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WATCH THIS: Genetic Roulette – The Gamble of Our Lives 2012, 1hr25min, NR Directed by Jeffrey Smith The documentary Genetic Roulette grabbed my attention from the beginning. This film explores Genetically Modified Organisms, or GMOs, and their effect on our human population, as well as on animals that consume them. Many different medical professionals offer […]

Ask Dave: A Better Egg

August 4, 2013 by

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Dear Dave, I have been diagnosed with an allergy to eggs, wheat, and corn which makes it tricky to find foods without those ingredients.  My neighbor offered me some duck eggs which my doctor is not sure about.  Do you know if duck eggs cause the same reaction as chicken eggs?  Ann, WI Dear Ann, […]