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Five Tips for a Healthy Holiday

Despite our differences, most of us can agree that a key component of the holidays is overindulgence. These are the rare opportunities in our over-worked, over-scheduled culture when we finally take much needed time off and attempt to pack a year’s worth of relaxation and general decadence into parts of November and December. While this […]

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School Snack Round Up

As a nutritionist, there are certain questions I am asked often around this time of year, especially from parents looking for school snack suggestions. As a mother of two elementary age children, I, too, have stared at the foreign looking lunch boxes and snack bags in those first bleary mornings of the school year, willing […]

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The Therapeutic Value of Camel Milk by Boulder Valley Nutrition

The Therapeutic Use of Camel Milk

Say what? This was my reaction, when a colleague handed me an Israeli study about the therapeutic use of camel milk. I researched and talked about food all day, and this seemed pretty far out, even for me. The study involved children that were hospitalized with failure to thrive, because they could not tolerate any […]

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Kids and Veggies: Shapes Matter

The only vegetables I ate as a child were frozen corn, raw carrots, and the occasional iceberg lettuce leaf. Although it is fair to say that my own children are more open minded with food, this is not really saying much. A year ago, they would eat frozen peas, green beans and sweet potato French […]

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