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Hi Friends! I was just curious if anybody has a protein powder for morning time smoothies that they love..? I have tried a couple, including Bone Broth based, and I can't say I am in love. I am very picky about ingredients, hoping to stay as natural, and addictive free as possible. No gluten, artificial sweeteners or colors, etc. Thanks so much for input!
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Recipe Exchange / Re: Raw Beet and Carrot Salad with lime, ginger & cilantro
« Last post by wthorn red on May 18, 2019, 01:32:12 AM »
Hi! You can try this carrot salad! Healthy tasty and easy to make: https://club.cooking/recipe/best-carrot-salad/ Enjoy)
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Nutrition Talk / Blood Chemistry Module
« Last post by annam135 on May 15, 2019, 06:57:06 AM »
Hello! could you please help me to find blood chemistry analysis module on the Dashboard? Was it removed? And I will appreciate any recommendations on holistic books and webinars on this topic. Thanks in advance!
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Nutrition Talk / Re: people who don't want change but need it, what to do?
« Last post by debbiehart on May 13, 2019, 10:08:08 AM »
Hi, This is also my first time posting, so I wanted to comment on a subject I am familiar with. I can relate to your situation. I have been with my boyfriend for 6 years. I'm a vegetarian and eat fairly healthy. He did not eat so great when we met. He said he appreciated that I did not force my eating issues on him.  Due to some unfortunate health issues with family members, I was able to gently bring up what the research shows, diet is a big cause of many health problems.  In the last year he has made a lot of changes in his diet, less red meat, more vegetables, and just paying more attention to his food intake. So, I think given time, and watching how you eat,  he will change. I think Ashley is correct, if you try and force it, you will not get very far. People don't ever want to feel they are doing the wrong thing.
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Bauman College Welcomes You / Re: Bauman College Welcomes You
« Last post by sharonjones on May 08, 2019, 10:30:22 PM »
HI my name is Sharon Jones, I am so excited to finally be studying nutrition from a holistic approach. There is so much information out there, some say one thing and others say something different, it can become confusing.  It will be nice to discuss and learn from like minded people.
I have a question:  Does anyone have a good recipe for cauliflower greens?
I have a funny story to share from many years ago.  I am originally from  a big city, and I moved to a small country city that grows many different varieties of vegetables.  When I seen this as I rode around the city, I thought this is great I never have to buy vegetables again.... one day as I was riding around exploring the city I spotted what I thought were collard greens, it was new years eve and I always cook them that night, so i pulled over not knowing that this was prohibited, I picked them and  I picked more than a few. I cooked them just as I normally do, everyone who tasted them exclaimed how Delicious they were (thinking they were collard greens).   I learned much later that collard greens are not the tops of cauliflower  (LOL... I reasoned that like stores throw away the greens from turnips they were doing the same with the greens from cauliflower) so if anyone did not know you can eat these greens  and they are very tasty.
https://articles.earthlingshandbook.org/2011/10/11/cauliflower-leaves-are-edible/
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Bauman College Welcomes You / Re: Bauman College Welcomes You
« Last post by sharonjones on May 08, 2019, 10:04:38 PM »
HI my name is Sharon Jones, I am so excited to finally be studying nutrition from a holistic approach. There is so much information out there, some say one thing and others say something different, it can become confusing.  It will be nice to discuss and learn from like minded people.
I have a question:  Does anyone have a good recipe for cauliflower greens?
I have a funny story to share from many years ago.  I am originally form  a big city, and i moved to a small country city that grows many different varieties of vegetables.  When i seen this as i rode around the city, i thought this is great I never have to buy vegetables again.... one day as i was riding around exploring the city i spotted what i thought were collard greens, it was new years eve and i always cook them that night., so i pulled over not knowing that i was not allowed to pick them and i picked soooo many, i cooked them just as i normally do, everyone who tasted them exclaimed how Delicious they were (thinking they were collard greens)   I learned much later that collard greens are not the tops of cauliflower  (lol i reasoned that like stores throw away the greens from turnips they were doing the same with the greens from cauliflower) so if anyone did not know you can eat these greens  and they are very tasty.
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Nutrition News & Research / Re: The role of fasting in SIBO
« Last post by nedalbarakat on May 06, 2019, 07:37:56 PM »
I still remember the amazing affect of fasting on my mom witch she have ben dishonest with SIBO for more than 30 years  ago and I still remember when the month of Ramadan will come and she will fast for more than 18 h. before the sun rise and tell the sun set every day for 30 days no food or water tell the sun go down and how she will feel great and here DR. will engager here to fast.
I would like to know the influence of fasting if any in SIBO
THANKS     
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This is an extremely sensitive topic to the individual(s) who do not want to change. yet should. Personally, I am an extremely clean eater and REFUSE to eat anything I don't know and/or DO know it's bad and why. It drives some people around me crazy (boyfriend of 10 years, some family members and friends). THEY often tell me to "Relax and have a cheeseburger and ice cream" when they themselves are unhealthy. No thanks. I know my body and what it needs.

Anyway, for those loved ones around you who need to change their unhealthy habits and refuse to, just give them time and space. If you force it, they will rebel and it will only make matters worse. I've experienced this many times and have stopped pushing it AND talking about it. More often than not, after some time, they will see how healthy your habits are, notice how good you feel and look and want to hop on board. If they don't, you need to continue your healthy habits because it makes you happy, feel good, and look good.
If you have waited long enough and they still don't want to change AND you continue to see their health deteriorating, maybe make healthy food/habits more attractive and fun. I posted the following earlier in my class discussion to a fellow student and thought to share here:
Make it a date night at home! Ask him what he wants for dinner and if he says something conventional and unhealthy, let him have it! But.... make your own healthy version and do a taste test! Make sure yours is off-the-charts good so he likes it better than his version.
I did this with my boyfriend recently with whole chickens. Overall, my boyfriend is healthy but he loves saving money and doesn't like to spend the extra money on organic, grass-fed, pasture-raised foods. I am the complete opposite. When he wanted to smoke a whole chicken in his Green Egg BBG one night, I told him he can buy his conventional chicken and I'll buy my organic, pasture-raised whole chicken and we will see who's comes out the best! We used the EXACT same ingredients and cooking method. To make this long story a little shorter, he told me he would start buying more organic, pasture-raised foods. The organic whole chicken compared to the conventional was out-of-this-world tastier! I already knew this and just laughed at him ;) I was so happy we did this. Makes cooking dinner for each other easier (not making two separate meals every time) but it's also a fun way to have a date night and compare foods! :) Let me know your thoughts!
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Nutrition Talk / Re: Juicer Or Vitamix??
« Last post by JuliaBrant on May 04, 2019, 09:59:48 PM »
Recently, I read a comprehensive review about juicer (www.bobsop.com/best-orange-juicer-reviews/) and I believe it will help you. I found that there are many good juicers that I have not used. Maybe, you can give it a try.
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Nutrition Talk / Re: people who don't want change but need it, what to do?
« Last post by Nori on April 24, 2019, 09:35:03 PM »
These issues will be discussed and covered in NC107, Nutrition Counseling.  Meanwhile, we advise students to preserve relationships with friends and family and do not offer nutritional advice until asked.  I am certain that you will be able to find tasty ways to incorporate healthy foods into his meals without mentioning it to him. 
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