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Savory and warm, this dip will be familiar but with a healthier profile. Serve with baked whole grain or rice chips or raw vegetables like red bell peppers. It could even work as a side dish for your...
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More than just spending time with family and friends while sharing food, Thanksgiving is about gratitude. And though the holiday only comes once a year, expressing gratitude regularly is a brain-healthy practice that can change your brain and change your life all year long!...
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Every time I think of you, I give thanks to my God. —Philippians 1:3 NLT Paul’s thankfulness for his friends in Philippi is an excellent example for us to follow. Gratefulness changes our mindset to see what’s good about others....
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Forget cutting calories and skipping meals. Try these tips to boost your energy levels. Do you start the day feeling fatigued? Or hit an afternoon energy slump that makes you want to take a nap under your desk? If so, your lack of get-up-and-go may have something to do with the way you are fueling (or failing to fuel) your body....
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Eating well is not about perfection. We are human, so perfection is impossible. A better approach involves honoring your body and knowing what works best for you and just as importantly, what doesn’t work. ...
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You, Lord, are our Father. We are the clay, you are the potter; we are all the work of your hand. —Isaiah 64:8 NIV...
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Don’t let the list of ingredients deter you from making this tasty chili. It comes together in about 30 minutes. One way to improve efficiency is to get all your ingredients out and ready for cooking. This practice is called mise en place, a French cooking term for everything in its place....
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People always want to know what I eat and do every day to stay energized and focused with everything on my plate. I talk a lot about cutting sugar and processed carbs and eating real, whole, fresh foods, exercising, and meditating—but everyone wants to know if I walk the walk! The truth is that I have to. I have about ten jobs, two kids, a dog, a team, weeks of travel at a time… the list goes on and on. In order to keep up with this lifestyle, maintaining optimal health and an optimal brain becomes a top priority. When your brain is functioning well, you receive more opportunities and life just gets better....
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You were taught, with regard to your former way of life, to put off your old self…to be made new in the attitude of your minds; and to put on the new self, created to be like God in true righteousness and holiness. —Ephesians 4:22-24...
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Americans eats an average of 765 grams of sugar every five days—and much of it comes from not knowing where sugar is lurking or what alternative name it's going by! Compare that number to the year 1822, when Americans ate just 45 grams in the same time period. Every person eats and drinks 130 pounds of added sugar every year, an average of 3,550 pounds in a lifetime. That is equal to eating 1.7 million Skittles or an industrial-sized dumpster full of sugar....
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