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Ali Segersten
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Tom's next LIVE Functional Medicine Training Course begins July 26th, 2016! He is offering a summer special right now too...50% off for a limited time!

"If you are a medical doctor, naturopath, nurse practitioner, nutritionist, registered dietician, chiropractor, or acupuncturist interested in learning more about the root causes of disease and how to help your patients truly heal, then join me for my next online LIVE Functional Medicine training course.

In this online live course, we explore cases studies and specific topics to bring you a larger picture of health and disease."

Here is the link to learn more and register (50% off code is on the site): https://wholelifenutrition.net/store/programs/progressive-practitioner-coaching-program

Tom Malterre has 5 years of training and two degrees in nutritional sciences from Bastyr University, 9 years of training from the Institute for Functional Medicine, and over 10 years in clinical practice. As a past medical affairs member at Thorne Research, he lectured across the US and Canada on numerous nutritional topics and is a current lecturer for the Institute for Functional Medicine.
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Warning: Kale Chips are highly addictive! There are so many different ways to make kale chips. Usually I just toss kale pieces in olive oil and sprinkle with sea salt. Blended cashews, red peppers, lemon, and nutritional yeast is another popular combination. Here I combine a little almond butter, lime, olive oil, maple syrup, and chili flakes to create a very addictive, yet healthy snack. This kale chip recipe is the perfect thing to bring to any spooky Halloween parties you may be attending this weekend!
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Why the huge rise in allergies and food sensitivities? After researching this for over 5 years, I am convinced that our use of massive amounts of synthetic chemicals is a prime player. Read this post for research and tips.
It is hard to go to a party and not notice how many people have food allergies and sensitivities. Whether your host has gluten-free dinner rolls, dairy-free ice cream, or a peanut-free snack mix, many people are accommodating this drastic rise in food reactions happening right now. So what has changed in the last few decades? One of the many factors is our drastic increase of man-made chemicals. Due to our rising population and our feverish consu...
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Organic agriculture is a relatively untapped resource for feeding the Earth's population, especially in the face of climate change and other global challenges. That's the conclusion my doctoral candidate Jonathan Wachter and I reached in reviewing 40 years of science comparing the long-term ...
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{VIDEO} How to make chicken soup from a whole chicken! :)
Learn how to make the most delicious, nourishing soup from a whole chicken and a variety of vegetables with this simple video. This recipe is part of our Elimination Diet and can be used during phase 2 and phase 3.
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It is essential to maintain healthy vitamin D levels throughout all stages of life, from fetal development to old age.*

Vitamin D helps protect a number of important systems in the body, including healthy bones, immunity, and cardiovascular function.*

Combining vitamins D and K may provide even better protection of these systems.*

One study in postmenopausal women found a combination of minerals with vitamins D and K maintained healthy artery elasticity, compared to two other groups of women who received either minerals with vitamin D but not K, or placebo.*

Thorne's Vitamin D / K2 Liquid is in medium chain triglyceride oil, preserved with mixed tocopherols.
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When we are healthy, we produce a strong acid in our stomachs; so strong that it resembles battery acid. This helps us to break apart our foods so we can access the nutrients found in them. But what happens when we have low acid in our stomach? We can’t break our foods down. This can lead to symptoms of indigestion, deficiencies of nutrients, and bacterial infections. Or, worst yet, your immune system attacks the food that hasn't been broken down...
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Real food advocate. Gluten-free, dairy-free recipes. Mom of five children. Author of The Whole Life Nutrition Cookbook. Blogs at NourishingMeals.com
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