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Active Release Chiropractic Care Denver CO

By Edna Ewart / February 22, 2017

How Common Is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?The carpal tunnel is the small boney tunnel which the median nerve passes from the wrist to the hand on the palm side along with numerous tendons and blood vessels. Here you will read more about Active Release Chiropractic Care Denver CO. According the the medical definition it is when […]

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Balance Diet And Oral Health Connection

By Edna Ewart / October 31, 2016

Having a beautiful smile, protecting teeth and gums against bacteria and prevent tooth decay begins from the table. The type of food and how we eat is an essential to keep away from certain oral problems such as deterioration of the enamel, gum recession, and bad breath. And it is that as important as following […]

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Food Habits: Self-Evaluation

By Edna Ewart / December 4, 2015

In many cultures, simply finding food to eat is a struggle. Putting a meal on the table takes work — from planting to tending to reaping and dealing with weather, animals and economic poverty. The concept of “favorite foods” is foreign — most people in the world eat anything that is available.  

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Make it Better: Triple Chipper Oatmeal Cookies

By Edna Ewart / December 3, 2015

Here in America, we are bombarded with choices and variety of foods. Eating is not such much a necessity of life as it is a cultural and social experience. There are things we eat just because it is right in front of us and looks good. Because food is so accessible to us, we don’t […]

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Tiny Recipes (so there’s time to blow your nose)

By Edna Ewart / October 28, 2015

When I was young, my dad would take me and my sisters out to Friendly’s. My sisters would order big sundaes with whipped cream and hot fudge sauce. I always ordered French Fries. Always French Fries. For me, salty and greasy trumped cold and sweet.When I was young, my dad would take me and my […]

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Savoring Break: Cranberry Chai Baked Oatmeal

By Edna Ewart / October 15, 2015

Now, French Fries hold little appeal to me. It is probably because I’ve discovered how much more delicious and flavorful real food is. It may be slightly due to watching videos like this:Why are we filling ourselves with food that isn’t real and that only does us harm? There are much better choices out there. […]

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Savoring Break: Cranberry Chai Baked Oatmeal

By Edna Ewart / October 14, 2015

Now, French Fries hold little appeal to me. It is probably because I’ve discovered how much more delicious and flavorful real food is. It may be slightly due to watching videos like this:Why are we filling ourselves with food that isn’t real and that only does us harm? There are much better choices out there. […]

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Healthy Choices: Honey Soy Glazed Veggie Fries

By Edna Ewart / October 4, 2015

    In a small bowl or jar whisk together honey, soy sauce, ginger, and pepper. If needed, add a little water to thin it out (you want to be a dressing like consistency).     In a large bowl, pour glaze over vegetables and toss until fully coated.     Arrange on a large baking dish. Bake […]

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Good Food Doesn’t Last

By Edna Ewart / September 5, 2015

*Note: if you refrigerate these for later use, the fries will soften and probably not be dippable. Just reheat under the broiler to recrisp.If this post seems caffeine-induced, that’s probably because it is. With the early shift at the coffee shop, keeping up with schoolwork, and trying to train for a relay marathon at the […]

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Quick Eatz: Pumpkin Cheesecake Dip

By Edna Ewart / June 24, 2015

Un-contrived, mostly unplanned moments that make life sparkle with meaning and joy. Here’s a little glimpse… We’ve been soaking up the warm sun this past week by spending evenings at the park… Workouts that leave me like this make me happy and energized all day My little sister turned eighteen almost a month ago and […]

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