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Speaking “Free” with Jennifer Esposito

It’s no secret that I am not a fan of celiac bloggers who are essentially brand whores. Who get paid to constantly, and I mean constantly, promote products that may or may not have a celiac’s health in their best interest. To me, the disease is so much more than finding the best bread. That […]

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How Graham Lost 60 Lbs Without Dieting and Has Kept It Off for 4 Years

How Graham Lost 60 Lbs Without Dieting and Has Kept It Off for 4 Years

Graham started his foodist journey back in 2013 when he borrowed a galley copy of Foodist I had given to a friend. He had just decided to try and start getting healthy and by eating more Real Food, cutting back on processed foods, and being more active he proceeded to lose 40 lbs in a couple […]

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FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: The Western Diet gives you the munchies (literally), when to expect fitness results, and vegetables trump pesticides

FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: The Western Diet gives you the munchies (literally), when to expect fitness results, and vegetables trump pesticides

Welcome to Friday’s For The Love of Food, Summer Tomato’s weekly link roundup.  A quick reminder that next week’s Mindful Meal Challenge will start again on Monday. Sign up now to join us! This week the Western diet gives you the munchies (literally), when to expect fitness results, and vegetables trump pesticides. Too busy to read them […]

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Calling a Gluten-Free Eucharist Obnoxious? Illogical? Pot…Meet Kettle.

Calling a Gluten-Free Eucharist Obnoxious? Illogical? Pot…Meet Kettle.

Well this is ugly. The Spectator magazine, around since 1828 with a paid circulation of 72,000 and a popular website, recently ran an article by one Melissa Kite titled “The dietary obnoxiousness of the Catholic Church”, with a lovely byline that reads “Gluten-free Eucharist? I suppose it was only a matter of time before the […]

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What to Do When You Feel You Aren’t Losing Weight Fast Enough

What to Do When You Feel You Aren’t Losing Weight Fast Enough

Over the past nine months Agata has had some success in being healthier, but is disappointed that she hasn’t lost much weight. She started slowly by being more active and noticed she had more energy and looked more toned. Despite the benefits she felt, her wedding was approaching and she still hoped to lose some more […]

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FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: How to trust your future self, a simple way to better choices, and how parents impact your adult relationships

FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: How to trust your future self, a simple way to better choices, and how parents impact your adult relationships

Welcome to Friday’s For The Love of Food, Summer Tomato’s weekly link roundup.  Great news! The Mindful Meal Challenge was such a success we’re going to run it again every week. Sign up now to start on Monday! This week how to trust your future self, a simple way to better choices, and how parents impact your […]

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Celiac Rant: I Just Want a Diagnosis!!

Celiac Rant: I Just Want a Diagnosis!!

In 2007, I was sick for pretty much the full year. Lost 15 pounds on an already slim frame. I (finally) went to the doctor and the very first thing I was tested for was celiac disease. It came back positive and an endoscopy confirmed it. Yep…I definitely had celiac disease. Easy…right? You get sick, […]

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How to Cut Back on Alcohol Without Going Cold Turkey

How to Cut Back on Alcohol Without Going Cold Turkey

After a move from Chicago to California, Mary found herself slowly gaining weight to the tune of 1 pound every 3 months. After awhile she was dismayed to find she was up 15 lbs, and wanted to find the reason. She tried several things to cut back a bit on calories without any luck. Her last resort […]

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FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: How to optimize aging, the mental game of getting healthy, and why your workouts aren’t working

FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: How to optimize aging, the mental game of getting healthy, and why your workouts aren’t working

Happy 2017! Welcome to Friday’s For The Love of Food, Summer Tomato’s weekly link roundup.  First a few orders of business: I was on the Art of Charm podcast – I love the show and had a great time talking to Jordan and Jason about the psychology of getting healthy. Give it a listen here. Last call […]

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How to Stop Moralizing Your Food Choices

How to Stop Moralizing Your Food Choices

Jane is a wellness coach and has a deep and technical knowledge of nutrition, so by nature she eats super healthy and enjoys it. She also suffers from Celiac disease and has many other food sensitivities, so has to restrict her foods even more to avoid serious health problems. Her biggest issue is that because she […]

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