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iEat Green – Julie Castillo Author, Eat Local for Less – 03.02.17

Julie Castillo is a college anthropology instructor, children’s enrichment instructor, writing instructor, enrichment curriculum designer, entrepreneur, writer, and futurist. She holds an MA in sociocultural anthropology from Catholic University with a specialty in gender studies and ethnopsychology. Julie is also a fourteen-year veteran of the publishing industry, co-writer of two novels and thirteen nonfiction books—including two New York Times bestsellers—biographer …

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Berry Wine, Minus Alcohol, May Help Those With Diabetes

Blueberries, and berries in general, are among foods labeled as “diabetes superfoods” by the American Association of Diabetes. Food science researchers at the University of Illinois have found that fermenting berries may improve their antidiabetic potential even more. Recent research at the U of I includes the development of an alcohol-free blueberry-blackberry “wine” that those suffering from diabetes—who typically must …

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Jayne Leonard – How To Make Your Own Apple Cider Vinegar

Raw, unpasteurized apple cider vinegar is considered by most health and natural living enthusiasts to be liquid gold! This versatile vinegar boasts a seemingly endless list of uses – from a digestive aid and blood sugar stabilizer to a balancing hair treatment and skin tonic. For a truly healthy and all-natural product, why not make your own apple cider vinegar …

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Almond joy: Eating just a handful a day boosts diet health, study shows

Just add a handful of almonds: a University of Florida study suggests that improving one’s diet can be as simple as that. Researchers studied the effect that the addition of almonds can have on a person’s diet quality, based on data collected from 28 parent-child pairs living in North Central Florida. The parents were instructed to eat 1.5 ounces of …

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Leid Stories – 01.08.16

It’s the First ‘Free Your Mind Friday’ for the New Year!

Here we are, at the end of the first broadcast week for the new year, and already inundated with things to talk about in our “Free Your Mind Friday” open forum. Call in (888-874-4888) and share your thoughts, opinions and analysis of current events—or other significant news and issues worthy of further discussion and debate.