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Wednesday, 20 September

00:02

Pine Bark "IndyWatch Feed Food"

EuroPharma has launched a high potency antioxidant product Clinical OPC with Pine Bark as part of its Terry Naturally line. The product combines grape seed and pine bark extracts, two powerful botanical ingredients that are rich in Oligomeric Proanthocyanidins (OPCs). The product contains 150 mg French Grape Seed Extract VX1 and 50 mg Pine Bark Extract EP90, offering a full spectrum of OPCs.
www.europharmausa.com

Published in WholeFoods Magazine October 2017

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00:00

Ginseng Shots "IndyWatch Feed Food"

Korean Ginseng Corp. introduced its KGC Naturally Formulated Korean Ginseng Shot Drinks. Korean Ginseng Energy for Endurance & Stamina comes in a Citrus flavor and Korean Ginseng Slim with Metabolism Booster comes in a Blueberry flavor. The Ginseng Shots join an existing product line of Pouches, Tonics, Extracts, Pills & Capsules and Deer Antler.
12750 Center Court Dr. S. Suite #100, Cerritos, CA 90703, www.kgcus.com

Published in WholeFoods Magazine October 2017

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Tuesday, 19 September

23:53

Active Coenzyme B Lozenge "IndyWatch Feed Food"

www.jarrow.com

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23:50

Probiotic for New Moms "IndyWatch Feed Food"

Lovebug Probiotics Labor of Love is the 1st-ever probiotic blend created for pregnant and nursing moms specially formulated to help nurture both mommy and baby especially as baby is developing a healthy microbiome. This special blend helps to boost immunity for both the mother and baby for better health during pregnancy and while nursing. Labor of Love offers 250 mcg of Folate helping to prevent
numerous birth defects.
115 East 34th Street, Suite 1506, New York, NY 10156, www.lovebugprobiotics.com

Published in WholeFoods Magazine October 2017

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23:37

Weight Management "IndyWatch Feed Food"

SPICEFIT launches its new weight loss supplement, ThermaSpice, made of a blend of spices that inhibits the formation of new fat cells and enhances the bodys ability to break down fat. Spices used include curry leaves, turmeric and moringa leaves. ThermaSpice also helps support healthy cholesterol levels and curbs cravings.
www.spicefit.com

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23:27

Detox "IndyWatch Feed Food"

Bluebonnet Nutrition releases its new Liver Detox Vegetable Capsules that promote a healthy liver and deliver effective antioxidant protection using amino acids and herbal extracts. These capsules are non-GMO and kosher certified. They are a natural solution to cleanse the body of impurities and available in 30 and 60 count capsules.
12915 Dairy Ashford Rd., Sugar Land, TX 77478, www.bluebonnetnutrition.com

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23:23

Cognitive Health "IndyWatch Feed Food"

NOW launched its new Brain Attention chewables designed to support memory, learning, attention, focus and more. These natural chocolate flavor chewables include a unique silk protein derivative and are available in 60 count bottles.
244 Knollwood Drive, Bloomingdale, IL 60108, www.nowfoods.com

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22:11

Calcium Carbonate "IndyWatch Feed Food"

Omya, under the Calcipur brand, has a versatile range of natural calcium carbonates with very high elemental calcium content approximately 40% making them among the most concentrated sources of calcium on the market. These can be used as fortification agents, white pigments, bulk providers, extrusion aids and anti-caking agents.
www.omya.com

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21:45

PCC Natural Markets Now PCC Community Markets "IndyWatch Feed Food"

WholeFoods Magazines 2016 Retailer of the Year winner PCC Natural Markets has changed its name to PCC Community Markets. One of Seattles original grocers and the largest community-owned food market, PCC just recently revealed their new name, logo, and brand campaign that they believe better reflects their community-focused mission.

Along with a name change comes a variety of new offerings celebrating local producers, organic foods, and healthy eating which will be available in stores this fall. Some of these enhancements include The PCC Chop Shop, where customers can get fruits and veggies chopped, sliced, or prepared to order, a Local Spirits Shop that features only PNW-produced spirits, expansion of its PCC private-label products such as Grass-fed Yogurt, and fresh and ready-to-cook meal kits.

PCC Community Markets also presents a new website with healthy cooking and eating resources including an enhanced recipe search of nearly 2,500 recipes. The website will guide visitors on how to eat healthfully, shop knowledgeably, stay educated and informed about important food issues and policies, and become a member of the co-op.

As a community-owned co-op, we think about things differently, from our dedication to staff and our deep relationships with local producers, farmers and ranchers; to what makes it onto store shelves; to why we believe cooking food from scratch in each store every day is one of the most important things we do. The why behind every decision we make starts with our community, and we want our name to reflect that commitment, says Cate Hardy, PCC Community Markets CEO, in a press release.

The co-op hosted the PCC Community Fair last Saturday to celebrate the community that inspired the name change. Shoppers were able to experience fresh food samplings and activities like live local entertainment, cooking demos by PCC Cooks, and educational store tours with a trained PCC Nutrition Educators. As a means to inspire recipe sharing and cooking, Little Free Cookbook Libraries were displayed at the Bothell, Greenlake Aurora, and View Ridge PCC stores.

PCC has 58,000 active memberships. It gives back 15 percent of its after-tax net earnings to schools and nonprofits around the Puget sound like PCC Farmland Trust, Washington Tilth Association, and FareStart. The co-op has 10 stores only located in the Puget Area and plans to open a new store in Seattles Madison Valley neighborhood in 2020.

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21:34

Freeze Dried Meats "IndyWatch Feed Food"

BCFoods is offering freeze-dried meats aimed towards pets with allergies or sensitivities. The freeze-dried meats are 100% human grade, an excellent source of protein, and a healthy alternative to processed meats and by-products. BCFoods freeze-dried meats are easily digestible and help pets maintain a healthy weight. The meats included are chicken, turkey, sausage, cod, beef, and livers; they can be used both in cat and dog foods as well as in pet treats.
1330 N Dutton Ave #100, Santa Rosa, CA 9540, www.BCFoods.com

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14:16

15 Scientifically Proven Ways to Prevent Diabetes "IndyWatch Feed Food"

Diabetes affects millions of people on a worldwide level and is considered a chronic disease.

Uncontrolled or poorly controlled diabetes can lead to further complications and ailments such as kidney failure, blindness, heart disease and others.

Before diabetes occurs, there is a period when blood glucose levels remain high, but not so high as to be called diabetes. This is referred to as prediabetes.

According to certain estimations, about 70% of those diagnosed with prediabetes will eventually develop type II diabetes. But thankfully, the progression from prediabetes to diabetes is not inevitable.

And while there are some risk factors you have no control over (such as your genes, past behavior, and age), there are still plenty of things you can do to prevent diabetes from occurring. Wed like to present you with 15 ways on how to reduce your diabetes risk.

  1. Cutting Sugars and Refined Carbs

This can increase any risk you have of developing diabetes, as both sugar and refined carbohydrates serve to increase your blood glucose levels and insulin levels. This is why its so important to avoid such foods, as it will surely reduce your risk in the long run.

There are many studies which prove this to be true. A detailed analysis of 37 studies discoveredthat individuals who had the highest fast-digesting carb intakes had a 40% higher chance of developing diabetes in comparison to those who had the lowest intakes.

  1. Regular Work Out

Another way you can lower your risk is through regular physical activity. Were you aware that exercising increases your cells sensitivity to insulin? Which means that when you work out, maintaining your blood glucose levels is easier and requires less insulin.

One particular study involving those with prediabetes made a crucial discovery. Those who did moderate exercise increased their sensitivity to insulin by 51%. Those who did higher-intensity exercise increased it by as much as 85%! But its important to note that this occurred strictly on workout days.

Indeed, not just prediabetic adults, but also those who are obese or overweight, benefited from such activity, which successfully reduced blood sugar and insulin resistance. Such exercises were, among others, short and intense exercises, strength training, interval training, and aerobic workouts.

More frequent workout seem to be beneficial when it comes to improving function and insulin response. A study conducted on this subject stated that b...

14:06

Drink Lemon Water Instead Of Pills If You Have One of These 12 Problems "IndyWatch Feed Food"

The lemon is considered to be a super-food because, among other things, it contain 64 percent of the daily recommended intake of vitamin C, and it is rich in phytochemicals like polyphenols and terpenes.

Numerous experts recommend that we begin the day with a glass of warm lemon water. For the preparation of this lemon water, you would need to boil some water, leave it aside in order for it to cool down and then add some freshly squeezed lemon juice. By drinking this glass of warm lemon water in the morning, you supply your boy with essential nutrients and improve your general health.

It is a well-known fact that the lemon juice is abundant in vitamins C and B, antioxidants, protein, phosphorus, flavonoids, volatile oils, potassium, and carbohydrates. The potent antibacterial and antiviral effects of lemon juice will make your immune system stronger and help your body fight infections and diseases.

If you begin your day with warm lemon water, you will improve your digestion, combat hunger cravings, trigger the process of weight loss and provide an alkaline environment for your body, as it efficiently regulates the pH balance of the body and reduces the acidity.

Here are the things that warm lemon water can do for you:

Heals acne

By reducing the acidity of your body, the warm lemon water will prevent acne breakouts. You can even wash your face using lemon water and get rid of acne and improve the condition of your skin.

Suppresses appetite

Thanks to its rich vitamin and enzyme content which regulates the levels of blood sugar and helps maintaining healthy weight, lemon water will help you suppress your appetite. The pectin content will help you improve the condition of your digestive system because this substance is a fiber that aids the digestion.

Flushes out kidney stones

The rich potassium content makes lemon very beneficial when it comes to preventing oxalate formation. This is due to the fact that this mineral can increase the citrate levels in the urine.

Boosts your immune system

Lemons are excellent for the lymphatic system as well, which is important because this, in turn, helps the immune system to get rid of the pathogens.

Gallbladder pain

If you drink one glass of warm lemon water during lunch, you will help your body eliminate gallstones and reduce the pain they cause.

Cold and flu remedy

Lemon is a natural antioxidant rich in vitamin C and thus can boost your immune system and help you fight colds and flu. Thanks to the potent antibacterial and antiviral properties of this fruit, the consumption of warm lemon water during the winter will se...

14:01

FDA Finally Said That Chicken Meat Is Consisted Of Cancer-Causing Arsenic "IndyWatch Feed Food"

According to the Associated Press, the FDA was able finally to prove that the chickens who are being given the drug, the examinations held over them are actually positive for inorganic arsenic.

This problem was in a sort of why ignored for a long time, however the FDA decided that this is the right time to say once and for all that the chicken meat which is found in the stores in the USA is consisted of arsenic, this represent an extreme toxic chemical which created cancer, plus is life threating when used in high doses. However, the real story it originates from where exactly it appears from: Its added to the chicken feed with intention! A long time ago more specifically in 2006, the IATPs report Playing Chicken: Avoiding Arsenic inside the meat you eat, it was shown that more than 70 percent of all U.S. chickens who are kept in order to be used as meat are filled with arsenic. The reason for including the arsenic inside the meat is for quicker gaining of weight on less feed, as well as the meat from the turkeys, hogs and chickens to have their normal healthy color.

The Food and Drug Administration or known as the FDA was able to discover that almost half of all chickens who were examined have absorbed inorganic arsenic, the most toxic and dangerous form was found inside their liver. According to those information, the agency asked Pfizer to stop with the process of production and creation of Roxarsone, this has become part of them because it is an arsenic-containing drug which has been placed in feeding the fatten chickens plus it makes the meat to look with bright pink hue.

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL HAS PUBLISHED:

The agency pointed out not a long time ago that a performed research which included 100 broiler chickens which discovered inorganic arsenic at bigger levels inside the livers of chickens healed with 3-Nitro opposed to the mot treated chickens Pfizer pointed out that the sale of 3-Nitro it will certainly be forbidden by early July in order to give the animal producers to transmit to another treatments.

Still, even though the arsenic-containing product is taken off and removed from the shelves inside the stores, the FDA keeps promoting their campaign of denial, saying and trying to convince people that arsenic in chickens it is in an incredibly small amount a thing which makes the meat to be perfectly good and safe for eating. This is also like the FDA would say arsenic represents a carcinogen drug, so this just means that it makes bigger the risk of appearance of cancer.

However the thing which the industry does not want the public to know is that the arsenic is incredibly toxic for the health of people. The University of South Carolina Department of Environmental Health Sciences issued a warning saying that the arsenic, all together with lead and mercury, are well-kn...

13:59

10 Fruits You Can Eat If You Have Diabetes "IndyWatch Feed Food"

Diabetes can be controlled through many things. Some of which are food selection and preparation, timing of food consumption, portion size and making adjustments to activity. A recent study claims that whole fruits aid in lowering ones diabetes symptoms.

Yet, most people with diabetes have a tendency to avoid fruits, because they fear their natural sugar content. A false conception, to be sure. The sugar fruits contain is usually fructose, which, unlike sucrose, has a low glycemic index.

It also requires minimal insulin for its metabolizing. Intake of such a type of sugar has by no means been associated with ones blood glucose levels spiking. In fact, it can protect us from many diseases as well as stroke. It does this by reducing our triglyceride and cholesterol production.

Fruits which are prescribed for those with diabetes most commonly have a low GI, a low sugar content and a high fiber content. Here are 10 fruits which belong to the group of recommended for diabetics.

1. Apples

Not only are they a great source of soluble fiber, but they also possess anti-inflammatory abilities which could come in handy for those with diabetes to recover from infections more quickly. Their pectin content also helps slow down the absorption of sugar into the bloodstream.

As if that wasnt already plenty, apples are rich in antioxidants too. That means they can aid in boosting ones immune system, cleansing ones digestive system and reducing ones cholesterol.

2. Black Jamuns

It is praised for improving ones blood glucose control. It doesnt contain any sucrose and even has a hypoglycemic effect which aids in reducing both urine sugar levels and blood sugar levels. Other than its pulp, the seed is also quite useful when it comes to managing ones diabetes.

3. Papayas

The great thing about papaya is that it is available all year round. Its bursting with essential vitamins and minerals, which makes it ideal for everyone, not just diabetics. Its also rich in fiber and antioxidants. This means it can prevent cell damage as well as protect ones nervous system and heart.

4. Watermelons

These large juicy fruits contain no cholesterol or fat, but do contain plenty of minerals and vitamins. Also, the fiber this fruit offers one is vital for controlling cholesterol and maintaining ones digestive health.

And dont be afraid of their high glycemic index. Their glycemic load is so low that it balances things out, making watermelons a completely safe op...

13:56

No More Vertigo, Lupus, Fatigue, Arthritis, Fibromyalgia, Thyroid Issues and More "IndyWatch Feed Food"

The modern society made us have unhealthy lifestyles, eat processed and junk food, live in pollution and stress and work too much.

These things damage our health and we suffer from many issues and problems. But, they can be conventionally treated, although it is always better to try natural options.

The thyme is amazing for the health and has many benefits that brings along like minerals, iron, calcium, potassium all as antioxidants.

The medicinal benefits are used in the pharma industry for items fighting multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus and fibromyalgia.

This plant regulates the pressure, cures a cough and bronchitis, makes red blood cells, heals fatigue, sore throat, asthma, dizziness, laryngitis, lupus, fibromyalgia, rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis and even Hashimotos.

With regular use you can boost the health and have results in days!

Make this drink with thyme:

You need:
  • Handful thyme, dry or fresh
  • Honey
  • 1 cup water
Method:

Wash the thyme and put it in a bowl, boil water, and put this in the thyme bowl. After a few minutes, strain it and remove the solid parts, and add honey for taste.

Use:

Have this daily and see benefits soon!

Source: www.organichealthcorner.com

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13:52

With This Remedy I Was Able To Remove All Fleas and Ticks From My Dog and My House "IndyWatch Feed Food"

These wingless, creepy insects called fleas can give you sleepless nights! Fleas love to survive on warm vertebrates and hence their dog, rabbits, cats and indeed even you can be their host. One of the reasons for your overwhelming presence in your home is the fact that flea eggs can fall anywhere within your home. These eggs become larvae and finally into fleas.

What is irritating is that flea eggs can remain dormant for over a year and that is why sometimes when you have treated your house and felt like it is now flea free, these appear out of nowhere! And that is why you need to be on a regular watch and clean your house frequently once you have eliminated fleas. Here are some effective home remedies for fleas that not only can kill fleas, but can also control their recurrence.

How to Get Rid of Fleas, Ticks and Other Unwanted Insects

Cedar oil is an essential oil derived from coniferous trees (trees that carry cones and leaves of needles) of the families of pines or cypresses. Cedar oil has many uses, including medical and industrial uses, but it is also commonly used in perfumes, aromatherapy and in pest control. Turpentine is derived from the resins of living coniferous trees.

Cedar oil has anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties and is considered safe enough by the FDA (Food & Drug Admin) to be used as a food preservative. Ancient Egyptians even used it in their embalming practices because they kept insects away.

What does cedar oil do to insects?

Cedar oil controls different insects in different ways. It is known that it is toxic to fleas, ticks and mosquitoes specifically , which are common pests that we would love to get rid of. However, many of the annoying insects beyond ticks are rejected by the natural effluvium of cedar oil. Another advantage is the cedar oil is completely non-toxic to humans and pets.

How to use cedar oil spray as a natural tick repellent?

The easiest way to eliminate these insects is to spray each week, this cedar oil, in every corner of your home, yard or garden. This will completely eliminate all ticks, fleas, mosquitoes, and other unwanted insects.

Other methods to eliminate these pests

  1. How to make a flea trap

If you want to get rid of fleas, this seems like the easiest way to catch and kill monstrous fleas, yeah a flea trap! If you give your dog a bath with a dishwashing liquid, you will be able to kill fleas on your body as well. However, a flea trap will allow you to clean your entire flea house...

00:16

Avocado Oil "IndyWatch Feed Food"

Tropical Plantation is introducing Avocado Oil; a new healthy alternative for cooking, baking, and stir frying. Tropical Plantation 100% Pure Avocado Oil is cholesterol-free and made from the finest Hass-Avocados. Avocado Oil is cold pressed, naturally refined, and perfect for high heat cooking.
1887 Geesling Rd, Denton, TX 76208, www.lilyofthedesert.com

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00:10

Sparkling Soda "IndyWatch Feed Food"

Sipp Sparkling Organics is introducing its line of sparkling organic soda. It uses only organic ingredients, nothing artificial, no caffeine, and is gluten free. It comes in flavors Mojo Berry, Summer Pear, Ginger Blossom, Lemon Flower, and Zesty Orange.
www.haveasipp.com

Published in WholeFoods Magazine October 2017

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00:06

Apple Cider Vinegar "IndyWatch Feed Food"

Fire Cider has released its Apple Cider Vinegar & Honey Tonic now in larger sizes for retailers. Its sweet and spicy flavor comes from steeping natural ingredients like ginger, onions, turmeric and habanero peppers in organic apple cider vinegar for 6 weeks then adding raw wildflower honey.
www.firecider.com

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Monday, 18 September

23:50

Chia Granola Clusters "IndyWatch Feed Food"

Honey & Oats Clusters is the fourth flavor added to Mamma Chias line of Organic Chia Vitality Granola. Each 55-gram serving contains 1,500 mg of omega-3s, 10 grams of soy free and dairy free proteins, and 5 grams of fiber. Honey and Oats Clusters are gluten-free, non-GMO 100% whole grains.
5205 Avenida Encinas, Ste. E, Carlsbad, CA 92008, www.mammachia.com

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23:43

Mini Chocolate Eclairs "IndyWatch Feed Food"

Yes: Chocolate Eclairs fit into your Wheat Belly lifestyle!

Minus wheat/grains and added sugar, we once again convert a fattening, unhealthy indulgence into a healthy treat that you can serve proudly to family and friends knowing that, unlike their grain-based counterparts, you will not be adding to inflammation, gastrointestinal disruption, or mind/emotional effects.

I took this recipe from the Wheat Belly 30-Minute Cookbook with some slight modifications. (I simplified preparation slightly.) I also used a more luxurious Chocolate Glaze rather than plain chocolate, also from the recipe in the Cookbook (along with other sauces, glazes, and jams).

Makes 4 mini eclairs

1/2 cup canned coconut milk, well stirred
5 tablespoons butter, divided
1/4 coconut flour
2 teaspoons ground psyllium seed
1/8 teaspoon sea salt
2 eggs
12 ounces heavy cream, divided
1 1/2 tablespoons Virtue Sweetener
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 3.5-ounce bar 85% or greater cocoa chocolate, broken into pieces

Preheat oven to 375 degrees F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.

In a medium saucepan over low-medium heat, bring coconut milk and 4 tablespoons butter to a boil. Remove from heat and stir in coconut flour, psyllium seed, and salt. Continue stirring until mixture forms a loose ball. Add eggs, one at a time, stirring to thoroughly incorporate.

Spoon or pipe mixture into eight rounds approximately 2-3 inches in diameter. Bake for 20 minutes or until golden and slightly firm. Remove to wire rack to cool completely.

Meanwhile, in a large bowl, with an electric mixer on high speed, beat 8 ounces (1 cup) of cream until stiff peaks form. With mixer on low speed, blend in Virtue Sweetener and vanilla. Set aside.

Place 4 cooled eclair puffs on a large plate upside-down. Spread generous quantity of whipped cream on each, then top with another eclair puff, right side up.

Chocolate Glaze:
In double-boiler setup, melt chocolate, then stir in remaining 1 tablespoon butter and 4 ounces (1/2 cup) cream. Alternat...

23:34

Sparkling Juice "IndyWatch Feed Food"

Alta Palla is an organic fair trade sparkling juice beverage that comes in four flavors: Black Cherry, Blood Orange, Lemonade and Grapefruit. They are available in 12 oz cans, sold in 6 x 4 packs and 24 packs loose.
www.altapalla.com

Published in WholeFoods Magazine October 2017

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23:25

Chips "IndyWatch Feed Food"

Say Yes to No launches Bread Chips in three flavors. BBQ, Gouda Cheese and Sour Cream & Onion Bread Chips are 120 calories per serving, have no artificial flavoring and colors, no MSG and are preservative free. Made from real bread, Say Yes to No are toasted instead of fried and are available in 75 g bags.
www.sayyestono.com

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23:20

Vegan Food "IndyWatch Feed Food"

Lightlife, makers of vegetarian food products, introduced three new meatless options. Gimme Lean Breakfast Patties, Smart Patties Garden Vegetable Burger made with Tempeh and Smart Menu Meatballs are the latest foods to join the variety of meatless products offered by Lightlife. Certified Vegan and Non-GMO Project Verified.
One Lightlife Way, Turners Falls, MA 01376, www.lightlife.com

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23:17

Energy Drink "IndyWatch Feed Food"

Dark Dog Organic has launched a line of organic energy drinks, available in Original, Blood Orange, Coconut Water and 50 Calories flavors. Dark Dog Drinks are USDA Organic, Non-GMO Project Verified, sodium free and contain no artificial flavors. Dark Dog Energy Drinks are rich in vitamins B and C, come in 12 fl. oz. cans.
3921 Alton Rd Suite 242 Miami Beach, FL 3314, www.darkdog-organic.com

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23:10

Gluten-free Wraps "IndyWatch Feed Food"

Julian Bakery is launching its new and improved Gluten Free Paleo Wraps. The Paleo Wraps are 90 calories per wrap, USDA Organic, contain 6 g of net carbs and 9 g of fiber. The Wraps are also GMO-, dairy-, corn- and soy-free and are 100% vegan.
624 Garrison St., Oceanside, CA 92054, www.julianbakery.com

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22:50

Aloe Water "IndyWatch Feed Food"

Detoxwater is introducing two new flavors to its Bioactive Aloe Water product line. Peachberry (Peach & Blueberry) and Appleberry (Apple & Raspberry) join the already existing flavors of Mangaloe, Original (Lychee & White Grape) and Pinamint. Detoxwater is USDA Organic, gluten free, kosher, vegan and non-GMO and comes in 16 fl. oz bottles.
www.detoxwater.com

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22:23

Gluten-free Hot Dog Buns "IndyWatch Feed Food"

Little Northern Bakehouse launched new Millet & Chia Gluten Free Hot Dog Buns. The new Hot Dog Buns join the existing line of non-GMO, gluten free products including the Millet & Chia Buns, Millet & Chia Loaf, Seeds & Grains Loaf and Cinnamon & Raisin Loaf.
P.O. Box 655 Station A, Abbotsford, BC CAN V2T 6Z8, www.littlenorthernbakehouse.com

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22:08

Probiotic Tonic "IndyWatch Feed Food"

Lifeway brands Elixir is an organic probiotic sparkling beverage. It is Lifeways first dairy-free probiotic tonic. Certified organic and low in sugar and calories, you can drink the Elixir by itself or use it as a cocktail mixer. Its four flavors are Tangerine, Hibiscus, Ginger and Elderberry.
www.lifewaykefir.com

Published in WholeFoods Magazine October 2017

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20:08

Sheet Pan Shrimp Fajitas "IndyWatch Feed Food"

Sheet Pan Shrimp Fajitas
Fajitas are one of my favourite meals and normally I grill or pan fry the meat but you can also pan roast the entire meal! Being able to roast everything on a single sheet pan in the oven makes thing so super quick and easy! You simply need to toss the meat, in this shrimp, in taco seasoning along with slices of peppers and onions in some oil before roasting on a sheet pan in the oven! It's as simple as that! Shrimp works well in this recipe because it does not take long to cook but you could also use thin sliced of chicken or beef. These fajitas are the perfect quick meal for a busy weeknight and they are kid friendly when served as 'make your own' style with all of the topping served separately!

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19:16

20 Minute Meals "IndyWatch Feed Food"

20 Minute Meals

Looking for some super quick meals for busy school days and nights? I've got plenty of quick, easy and tasty recipes that fit the bill without sacrificing anything in the way of flavour! Not only that but you have lots of different choices from pastas to salads, burgers, soups, burritos, quesadillas, pizzas, chicken, fish, etc. so you'll never have a boring meal! Whether you're getting home from school or work and running out to the kids soccer game or maybe to meet friends or just to go to the movie these quick and easy meal have you covered so you won't be pressed for time!

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16:59

Learn About the Benefits of Therapy "IndyWatch Feed Food"

Life can be a difficult journey and unexpected obstacles will always show up. If you have hit a hard patch you might feel like you are completely alone and no one can help you. But that is not true, and you do not have to go through it by yourself. One of the best methods

16:56

How Cleansing Your Body Will Help With a Better Digestive System "IndyWatch Feed Food"

Keeping a healthy body is a matter of a few different factors. First, you will need to eat healthy foods in proper proportion to your activity level. Next, you need certain supplements to support a weight loss diet. Finally, along with good exercise, you should have a way to cleanse your body systems to detoxify

16:29

Pineapple and Celery Smoothie To Lose Weight and Deflate The Belly "IndyWatch Feed Food"

This smoothie made with pineapple and celery is easy to prepare and also makes you feel satisfied. It helps cleanse your body and contains lots of vitamins. This simple combination of these two ingredients can help you lose weight more easily.

It is a supplement that will facilitate the process of weight loss by its two main ingredients. But remember, it is important that you maintain a healthy, varied and balanced diet and do not forget to exercise.

Ready to try it today? Well tell you how to do it and everything you can do for yourself.

Pineapple and celery smoothie to lose weight

Sometimes its easy to get overwhelmed by information about miracle diets that magically promise to help you lose weight. That is why it is important to keep in mind the following points.

Everyones body is different with particular needs and metabolism. This means that you should know that the most healthy and appropriate ways to lose weight are according to your own needs.

-Weight loss should never be related to dying of hunger. You should eat well to fight anxiety, respect the natural rhythm of your body and get enough exercise.

-You need to be motivated to lose weight. It is a good idea to carry out a weight loss program with friends so that you have the help of the people around you.

The pineapple and celery smoothie that we are going to share with you today is a great way to start the day and it is also an excellent choice for snacking.

You also need to be consistent. If you drink this shake for 2 or 3 weeks, you will see the results.

Pineapple and weight loss

The taste, sweet and sour, goes well with almost anything. Pineapple is the queen of smoothies, natural juices and salads. Nutritionists also recommend combining it with other healthy and satisfying foods: spinach, walnuts, salmon

1.Pineapple contains a digestive enzyme known as bromelain, which helps digest proteins and convert them into amino acids.

2.The biggest benefit of pineapple comes when you eat on an empty stomach, which is when it has more anti-inflammatory effects.

3.The high content of water, vitamin C, antioxidants and minerals in pineapple, combined with bromelain, make it easier to break down and remove fat stored in the body.

Celery, the best diuretic and anti-inflammatory food

Do you normally have celery in your kitchen? Then you have a great resource for your health. According to Medical News Today magazine, celery is one of the healthiest vegetables for the heart and to promote weight loss.

-Celery is loaded with phytonutrients and antioxidants, which help digestion, cleanse the body and...

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Have This Drink Before Bed and Remove Food Remains While You Melt Fat for 8 Full Hours "IndyWatch Feed Food"

While you sleep you burn fat, so more sleeping is more fat burning. You need 8 hours at best for muscle making too and speedy metabolism, but the fat during the sleep is not affected!

As you sleep more metabolism gets better and digestion improves too so fat can melt easier.

Try this mix we have for you and if you starve for a few hours prior the sleep and drink this, you will get slimmer easier.

You need:

  • Vinegar
  • 1 tsp honey or ginger
  • Parsley
  • Cinnamon

This mix will melt fat and can be a good replacement for dinner.

Source: www.organichealthcorner.com

 

The post Have This Drink Before Bed and Remove Food Remains While You Melt Fat for 8 Full Hours appeared first on allabouthealthyfood.

16:10

US Herbal Supplement Retail Sales Grow by 7.7% in 2016 "IndyWatch Feed Food"

Austin, TX Consumers in the United States spent an estimated 7.7% more on herbal dietary supplements in 2016 than in the previous year, according to the recently published HerbalGram Herb Market Report for 2016.

The report, which appears in issue 115 of the American Botanical Councils (ABCs) quarterly, peer-reviewed journal HerbalGram, shows strong, continued growth for these products, with total U.S. retail sales surpassing $7 billion for the first time, reaching a total of $7.452 billion in 2016.

The American Botanical Councils annual market report for herbal supplement sales is based on US retail sales data from the Chicago, IL-based market research firms SPINS and IRI, as well as Nutrition Business Journal (NBJ), a publication of Informa/New Hope Natural Media based in Boulder, CO.

The report covers only retail sales of herbal dietary supplements and does not reflect the sales of most herbal teas, botanical ingredients used in cosmetics, or government-approved herbal drug ingredients in over-the-counter medicines.

NBJ based its total herbal supplement sales figures for 2016 on data from market research firms, company surveys, interviews with major retailers and industry experts, and various published and unpublished secondary material. SPINS worked with IRI to determine sales of herbal supplements in mainstream retail outlets, which include military commissaries, select buyers clubs, and so-called dollar stores. The collaborative SPINS/IRI reporting does not include convenience store sales.

Herbal supplement sales in mainstream US retail outlets in 2016 totaled approximately $943.9 million, according to SPINS and IRI. NBJ, which includes different sources in its dataset, determined a higher total of $1.336 billion in mainstream sales for 2016. Horehound (Marrubium vulgare), an herb commonly found in natural cough drops and lozenges, ranked first in total mainstream US retail sales for the fourth consecutive year. Wheatgrass (Triticum aestivum) and barley (Hordeum vulgare) in combination experienced the strongest mainstream sales growth in 2016, with a 131.9% increase in sales from the previous year.

This report documents the consistent growth of consumer demand for natural remedies, as evidenced by the increased sales of herbal dietary supplements, said Mark Blumenthal, founder and executive director of ABC. This is indicative of a well-demonstrated, long-term trend toward natural medicine and consumers interest in taking responsibility for their own health via the responsible use of herbal medicine as an integral part of self-care.

HerbalGrams market report also details the top-selling and fastest-growing herbal...

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Deans Natural Food Owner Delivers Passion Plea "IndyWatch Feed Food"

Baltimore, MD Dean Nelson, founder and owner of New Jersey-based Deans Natural Food Market, issued a call to the industry to return to its roots during his acceptance speech while receiving WholeFoods Magazines 27th Retailer of the Year award.

I still think we are in the greatest industry, Nelson told the assemblage on the convention floor at the Natural Foods Expo East.  Two things Ive heard repeatedly over the last two days: One is that were chasing the same dollar and thats kind of frightening. The other thing is that we need to differentiate. And the key to our success, our future is differentiation.

Id like to take this opportunity to remind retailers, manufacturers and vendors the reason we originally got into this business was a deep-seated passion for something that we believed in. So as we think about differentiation, we need to keep it authentic to our companys vision to our industrys vision.

Each and every one of us has an opportunity to make a difference every single day, not only to our industry but to our communities and the people that we work with, he added. Please reintroduce yourself to the passion that originally got you into this because its not chasing the dollar, its not the differentiation, its the passion that we continue to bring to what we do every day that will let us continue to thrive in the future.

Deans Natural Foods has locations in Ocean, Shrewsbury, Basking Ridge and Chester, N.J.

The post Deans Natural Food Owner Delivers Passion Plea appeared first on Whole Foods Magazine.

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Picanha Steak with Red Pepper Salsa and Feta "IndyWatch Feed Food"

A Brazilian cut of beef, known as a Picanha Steak, served with a crunchy sweet red pepper salsa and salty, creamy feta cheese sprinkled over the top. Beautiful with a side salad, low carb and primal, and totally gluten free.  I received the steak, along with a small contribution towards the ingredients for this recipe, from Farmer's Choice. Thanks for your support!  OK so here we have a Brazilian cut of steak eaten with feta cheese. I know that feta cheese isn't very Brazilian, but hear me out.  Have you ever tried feta cheese and steak together?  Oh my word.  This current obsession started when I went for lunch with my lovely friend Anna, to Wolf in Reading,...

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Glyphosate (Roundup) as a Cause of Celiac Disease "IndyWatch Feed Food"

Although science has brought us closer to understanding how celiac disease occurs, what genetic and environmental factors make us susceptible, and how the disease can affect our long-term health and wellbeing, one big question remains: why is celiac disease becoming more and more widespread?

According to data from 2009, the prevalence of celiac disease in America increased four-fold over the course of the previous 50 years. Similar trends have been found in Europe (celiac rates in Finland doubled between 1978-1980 and 2000-2001). And, these increases cant be explained by diagnostic improvements alone. People really are developing celiac disease more frequently than in previous decades!

Because celiac disease is closely linked with changes in the gut microbiome and the integrity of the intestinal barrier, and because genetics alone cant explain why more people are developing celiac disease than ever before, some scientists have looked to environmental exposures (especially ones that have changed or increased during the last century) as a possible explanation for celiac diseases rise. In late 2013, a paper came out proposing that glyphosatethe active ingredient in Monsantos weed killer Roundupmay be one such culprit.

The paper makes this case by pointing to digestive problems in glyphosate-exposed fish that resemble celiac disease; microbiome imbalances resulting from glyphosate that are analogous to the imbalances seen in celiac disease; an inhibition of cytochrome P450 enzymes by glyphosate that leads to some of the same characteristics as celiac disease; glyphosates ability to chelate certain minerals and deplete certain amino acids that happen to be the same ones often found deficient among celiacs; and a striking parallel between the increased health risks associated with glyphosate exposure and the increased health risks associated with celiac disease (including non-Hod...

11:00

Managing Diabetes "IndyWatch Feed Food"

If you are been diagnosed with diabetes, it's important to manage your diabetes in order to stay healthy and prevent complications from the disease. Managing diabetes is not easy, but there certainly are ways to do it. Proper management of your condition can give you many years of healthy living. Diabetes management starts with a visit to your doctor, finding out that you have diabetes, and then gathering as much information as possible about the disease. The next step is developing the best treatment plan for your condition.

All management begins with controlling the glucose cycle. The glucose cycle is affected by two factors: entry of glucose into the bloodstream and blood levels of insulin to control the exit. Your glucose levels are very sensitive to both diet and exercise, so any change in either should first be discussed with your doctor.

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Proper management of diabetes is a round-the-clock job for the patient. Diabetes management requires lifestyle changes, which are always difficult, and frequent checks of glucose levels in the blood. It can change as people grow and develop, and no two cases are ever exactly the same.

Nowadays it is easy to measure the blood sugar level. Glucose meters are widely available and are very easy to use with a bit of practice and patience. With a drop of blood on the testing strip attached to the glucose meter, the user is given the number that represents their blood sugar level. This number lets the patient know if and when insulin is needed.

Although diabetes is a serious, even life-threatening condition, it can be managed. Balancing the food you eat with exercise and medication (if prescribed) will help you control your weight and can keep your blood glucose in the healthy range. This can help prevent or delay complications from the disease. Many people with diabetes manage to live long and healthy lives despite the disease.

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Wheat Belly Basics: Phytates and Nutrient Deficiencies "IndyWatch Feed Food"

This is another discussion in the Wheat Belly Basics series to bring newcomers up-to-speed on Wheat Belly concepts.

Here, I discuss phytates, the compounds in wheat and grains responsible for several important nutrient deficiencies. Contrary to popular opinion, grains are NOT necessary for nutritionplenty of fiber of higher quality and B vitamins can be obtained from other sources. Grains actually CAUSE nutrient deficiencies, specifically of minerals.

Some deficiencies correct simply with grain elimination, while others such as magnesium and iron may require specific supplementation to compensate for the deficiencies caused by prior grain consumption.

The post Wheat Belly Basics: Phytates and Nutrient Deficiencies appeared first on Dr. William Davis.

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