Monthly Archives: June 2008

Fibromyalgia and Vegan Diet

by in Anti-Inflammatory, Fibromyalgia, Research, Vegetarian June 27, 2008

By Dr. Nicole Sundene “Can the Kitchen Table Cure Fibromyalgia?” When implementing the vegan diet it just might! Research listed below shows dramatic and promising improvement for those with fibromyalgia by simply adopting a whole foods vegan diet that emphasizes increased fruits and vegetables and the elimination of all animal products such as meat, dairy, […]

How Many Calories Do I Need a Day?

by in Diet Tips, Diets, Kitchen Sink, Sports Nutrition, Weight Gain, Weight Loss June 27, 2008

By Bonnie Pfiester, Fitness Trainer. The million dollar question: “How many calories should I eat?” Someone’s caloric allowance varies depending upon a person’s activity, weight and metabolism. One of the best places to start is by looking at the most popular brand name diets. Why do many brand named diets work? Brand name diets work […]

Dairy Free Banana Ice Cream Recipe

by in Dairy Free, Fruits and Veggies, Hypoallergenic Recipes, Kitchen Cost Cutters, Recipes, Weight Loss, Wheat Free/Gluten Free June 27, 2008

If I can make this easy whole foods recipe then anyone can! This recipe for dairy free banana “ice cream” is a piece of dairy free cake to make for those that are allergic or intolerant to dairy. If you long for something cold and creamy, banana ice cream should surely satisfy. Eating bananas instead […]

Multiple Sclerosis and Vitamins D, B12, and Fish Oil

by in Autoimmune Diseases, Kitchen Sink, Multiple Sclerosis, Reader Questions, Vitamins June 25, 2008

What vitamins are best for my multiple sclerosis? Currently the research is showing great promise for vitamin D and multiple sclerosis (MS). With the rising use of sunscreen for skin cancer prevention, vitamin D deficiency is at an all time high. We have consequently seen an interesting rise in autoimmune conditions that may thus result […]