January 15, 2015
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The Key to Real Health

As a nutritionist, I always find January to be a very odd time of year. It's when all the crazy diets and dysfunctional philosophies about food seem to creep up with these insane promises that if you only do less you can actually have the health you desire.  Less? That is an interesting proposition especially given my own health struggles.  I have an intimate understanding that it is the intense micronutrient-rich foods eaten in abundance that stabilize my labs, keep me out of the hospital, and help me flourish in the real world.  Remember, the scale only tells you your weight and nothing about your worth! And to me, this community and our health is worth everything. So, let's show 'em how to eat this month and how food can be used to BURN through barriers to success!
In good health,

A Different Kind of Workout  

Phase 3 exercise is less about breaking a sweat and more about soothing away stress. Here are some Phase 3 workouts that will pamper the body and the mind. 
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Bagel and Strawberry Preserves  

Start your FMD week with this classic breakfast treat. 

Prep time: 15 minutes | Total time:  15 minutes
Makes 1 cup preserves (serving size is 2 Tbsp)
Phase 1


1 quart hulled strawberries (a 16-ounce bag of thawed frozen strawberries works great)
1/2 cup xylitol
2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice
Sprouted grain bagel halves, to serve


In a food processor, pulse the strawberries 3 or 4 times, until they're coarsely chopped. Transfer the strawberries to a large skillet, and stir in the xylitol and lemon juice.  Cook and stir over medium-high heat until the jam is thickened and bubbles completely cover the surface, 9 to 10 minutes. Transfer the jam to a jar, and let it cool to room temperature. (To store, put the lid on the jar and refrigerate, up to 10 days). Enjoy 1 bagel half with 2 tablespoons of preserves for Phase 1 breakfast, along with a fruit.

Tips for Constipation

Your bowels tell you a lot about what's going on and not going on in your body. Here are four common causes of constipation and a few easy ways you can get things moving again.
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D-Burn: Quinoa "Fried Rice" 

This "fried rice" inspired recipe will support the digestive tract wonderfully on the D- Burn.
Read More: D-Burn Quinoa "Fried Rice"

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