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NEW Article on the Clean Program Blog - A CHICKPEA SCRAMBLE THAT IS EGG-FREE BUT PROTEIN-PACKED


Hi everyone!

I developed this YUM recipe for the Clean Program a few weeks ago. If you are interested in doing an elimination diet, or just eating cleaner, this recipe is a solid option. It is savory, warm and oh so satisfying. Even my little brother approved (this is a big feat).

It also contains no common allergens - BIG WIN

Check it out here

And if you want more information about an elimination diet to really figure out what works for YOUR individual body, e-mail me and schedule a free consultation!

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New CLEAN Program Recipe! - Gluten Free Blueberry + Collagen Pancakes

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Happy Saturday everyone!

Exciting announcement - I am now on the team of writers for The CLEAN Program

If you are unfamiliar with the program, you've got to check it out. I have done it twice now and it is truly life changing. The book is totally worth buying. Dr. Alejandro Junger is one of my favorite sources of information. 

I had the pleasure of working with the CLEAN Program to develop some yummy, cleanse-friendly recipes that work well on their program. These pancakes are AMAZING, and totally worth the 30 minutes on a Saturday morning. Check them out here!

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Tips for High Cholesterol

Ultimately, a diet rich in whole, unprocessed, organic fruits, vegetables and nuts will solve high cholesterol problems. 

Soluble fiber binds cholesterol and its precursors in the digestive system and drags them out of the body before they get into circulation. Polyunsaturated fats directly lower LDL. Plant sterols and stanols block the body from absorbing cholesterol.

Incorporate the following foods into your daily diet to target your high cholesterol with naturally healing whole foods. 

FOODS RICH IN SOLUBLE FIBER:

Oats

Garbanzo Beans

Lentils

Black-eyed peas

Apples

Green leafy vegetables

Salmon

Walnuts

Almonds

Chia Seeds

Avocado

Garlic

Spinach

Green Tea

Oranges

Asparagus

Blueberries

Olive Oil

Flaxseed

THINGS TO AVOID:

Processed foods – crackers, cookies, cakes, muffins, processed meats, frozen dinners, breads, cereals, almost everything pre-packaged. These foods contain inflammatory oils, added preservatives and colorings and typically inflammation causing flours and sweeteners.
Fried foods
Heavy meats – steaks, bologna, salami, red meats
Dairy – milk, cheese, yogurt (even seemingly healthy kinds), eggs (until cholesterol is under control)
To health and happiness, 

Hannah

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