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Healthy Holiday Baking Tips and Recipes – Bakers Journal

The holidays are a wonderful time of year to bake your favorite treats to give and to enjoy.  Traditional baking contains unhealthy processed ingredients like margarine, granulated sugar, and refined flour to name a few. Replacing those ingredients with all natural ingredients is the best way to start.  Instead of…

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Healthy Thanksgiving Recipes – Fitness Republic

How much impact does Thanksgiving have on holiday weight gain? The actual Thanksgiving meal itself does not promote exceptional weight gain, you may put on 1-2 pounds.  The 1-2 pounds will go away fairly quickly if healthy eating and regular exercise is resumed.  What does promote weight gain is all…

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Desserts Packed with Flavor and Nutrition – Act Two Magazine

After the age of 50 years old the likelihood of developing chronic diseases like Type 2 diabetes, thyroid disease, heart disease, Alzheimer’s disease increases, the lifelong poor habits catch up with our body.  At this point in life some individuals follow very restrictive diets recommended by their doctor, in fear…

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How the Paleo Diet Can Help Heal IBS – Health Perch

By Meghanne Reburn, originally featured in Health Perch Learn about the benefits of a Paleo diet For those who seem to take all the right steps to combat digestive distress—exercising regularly, choosing healthy, organic foods—bloating, gas, constipation, and diarrhea can be a total drag. These symptoms and others may be…

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Unexpected Ways for Students to Boost Grades with Healthy Choices – Diets in Review

Dietsinreview.com asked Dr. Kantor for  suggestions on unexpected ways that students can boost their grades, through exercise, healthy eating, recess and plenty of sleep. In efforts to boost a child’s grades, sometimes we overlook changing their nutritional habits. When in fact, this could be the root of the problem.  Nutrition plays…

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Importance of Educating Children about Nutrition – The Kathryn Zox Show

Dr. Kantor had the pleasure of being interviewed by Kathryn Zox for her show on the VoiceAmerica Variety Channel.  They discussed the importance of teaching  children about nutrition, fitness and living an overall healthy lifestyle. Dr. Kantor views this as the only way that we stand a chance at turning…

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The Best and Worst Meats for the Environment – The Weather Channel

In a recent interview with The Weather Channel, Dr. Kantor discussed the impact that meat production can have on the environment. Why are some meats better or worse for the environment? How much damage are meats and their production actually causing?  Dr. Kantor goes into detail about the different types…

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Diabetes and the Need for Walking Canes

I was asked to review the following article by Dr. Elizabeth Lewis featured on walking-canes.net and found it very informative, interesting and accurate. The research was well done and it came from a different perspective than most papers on Diabetes.   Diabetes is a metabolic disease state, whereby the body is…

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Which Veggies are Healthier: Raw or Cooked? ShopSmart Magazine

Dr. Kantor answers questions about the nutrition in cooked and raw veggies from ShopSmart Magazine. 1)   Is it true that certain foods are more nutritious cooked than raw? Fruits and vegetables are typically more nutritious eaten raw verses cooked. One exception to this is with tomatoes, the lycopene (one of…

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Healthy and Inexpensive Recipes for the 4th – WINA Radio

Dr. Kantor shares healthy, inexpensive recipes and healthy eating tips for the 4th of July in this interview with WINA Radio. Avoid sugary juices, sodas, and sports drinks, especially for the children and replace them with fruit infused waters.  Offer healthy snacks like this spin on a banana split, the…

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