Addiction: Sugar vs Cocaine

Posted on December 18
Research has identified a neural circuit that selectively controls compulsive sugar consumption, without preventing feeding necessary for survival, providing a potential target for therapeutic interventions for compulsive-overeating disorder.
This scientific data also suggests that for impulsive people, sugar may be no less addictive than other VTA-affecting substances, such as cocaine.
*Now in layman terms.....sugar STIMULATES the same part of the brain as cocaine or any other stimulant, causing cravings and addiction for the most part. Just remember you can get rid of sugar cravings! If you are struggling after the holidays, I am offering a 10% discount on any of my services for the month of January. Just mention this new year's special for your discount.
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Posted on December 13
Tis the season for cranberries and all of their health benefits. Cranberries help with urinary tract health, lowering blood pressure, prevention of some cancers and improved immune function.
It is easy to find them in any store this time of year, but can be difficult to find once the holiday season is over. Each year I buy extra bags of cranberries and put them directly in the freezer so I can enjoy them through out the year.

Merry Monday.....

Posted on December 11

Food Hacks for Holiday Baking

Posted on December 07

Food Journaling

Posted on December 05

If you are struggling with some holiday weight gain, start a food journal. Writing down what you eat can be an eye opener and you may recognize where the extra calories are sneaking in.

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November's Produce Box Winner

Posted on November 29
Congratulation to Rina B. for winning November's produce box giveaway!
As always, thank you Twisted Infusions Farms!

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Happy Holidays!

Posted on November 21

Join me in this 30 day challenge to burn some extra calories during the holiday season.

Posted on November 16

Medicinal Foods....

Posted on November 14

Variety of produce, spices and whole foods can help to heal the damage that we do over the holidays. Keep up your healthy eating routines so you can indulge and enjoy your holiday food.

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Riced/Pearled Cauliflower

Posted on November 08

Riced/pearled cauliflower is so easy to use and the whole package is only 125 calories with 10 grams of net carbs. I used this as a rice substitute for my own version of a shrimp stir fry and it was great.


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