Category Archives: DIet

KK’s Earth-Loving Kale Recipe ….. From Kristina Kuzmich

What you need 2 bundles of organic kale 1 sweet onion 1 cup of dried nut/fruit mix (Free Range Snack Co. Orchard Harvest Trail Mix: papaya, raisins, cranberries, pumpkin seeds, sunflower kernels, almonds, apples, and sunflower oil) 2 organic gala apples (or your fav) 1-2 tbsp organic maple syrup sea salt cracked pepper  and a…
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New Year – New York – New You

It’s the New Year so it’s the new YOU, right? Everyone makes resolutions to get thinner, workout more and stop over indulging. So what if we looked at it from a different perspective? What if our goal for 2013 included getting healthier? The New Year could be spent focusing on eating for *nutrition and filling…
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Eating Healthy in Manhattan during the holidays

Let’s face it; eating right in during the holidays is not always an easy task. We are too busy with holiday parties to finding the perfect gift for friends, family and business associated to pay much attention to our diets There are countless foods that bring untold pleasure as you eat them, but pay attention…
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The 5 Elements Theory as viewed by a new york city acupuncturist

Winter, the season of Water Robert Giordano L.Ac. Winter, according to the Chinese medical system of 5 elements, is considered the season ruled by the element of Water. In winter, the earth is farthest from the sun’s warming and thus renders our chilly climate and beautiful snow filled landscapes. Snow and ice are the frozen…
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Gluten Free Pumpkin Bread Recipe

Perhaps it's nostalgia for my childhood and my Mom's delicious pumpkin bread that makes me crave a moist, spicy, morsel this time of year. Truly, I look forward to it as soon as the leaves start turning. It is definitely one of my favorite treats and if you can find some mini loaf pans, it…
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Sugar Pumpkin Soup

Anthony Anderson is a green lifestyle coach and male model based out of NYC.While trying to get the edge in his modeling career, he discovered healthy eating and green living and has been hooked ever since. He designs and plants food forests around the country and gives lectures on green living and organic gardening. He enjoys beekeeping,…
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Summer Lovin’

Stay true to your health this summer! It's easy to get caught up in the sweet indulgences of traditional summer fun like barbecues and pool parties. Here are some easy tips to make sure you stay healthy and happy all season long. 1. Remember to wear sunscreen! The Mayo Clinic suggests that soaking up those…
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Super Seeds are Supersonic

Sometimes calling things superfoods is more of a hype term than a truth, but in my opinion super-seeds are for real….and super awesome. A fine example is the chia seed, a member of the mint family which grows abundantly in southern Mexico.  Chia seed is a good source of fiber, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, copper, iron,…
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Eating Locally, And How It Works

A few days ago I spoke with a friend on the subject of local foods, you know, the kinds of things grown in your neighbors backyard or the veggies and milk and meats brought in form the farms in and around metropolitan cities; things that happen to come from a place you can name and…
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Eating Healthy in the City

Let’s face it, eating right in New York City is not always an easy task. We are a time-impoverished, option-overloaded and digestively-distressed society and our health suffers for it.  If you find yourself living on what you’ve foraged for at your local bodega, here are some simple guidelines to help you move towards more healthful…
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