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    March 25, 2020 Ann Louise Gittleman

    New Recipes for Radically Healthy Comfort Foods

    Home cooking is on everyone’s radar right now in light of our “shelter in place” situation, and one of the best things you can do to build your family’s immunity is cook healthy delicious meals that are rich in immune-boosting nutrients.

    As my special surprise for you today, I’m giving you a sneak peek recipe from my new cookbook that is sure to become a family favorite.

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  • quarantine supplies
    March 19, 2020 Ann Louise Gittleman

    Supplies You REALLY Need in a Quarantine

    As COVID-19 sweeps the country, it looks like quarantine is on the horizon. The good news is that grocery stores will remain open so we can continue to get supplies. But, the question remains – what do you really need during prolonged times of social distance, illness, and even quarantine?

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  • keto for heart health
    February 13, 2020 Ann Louise Gittleman

    Why Cardiologists Don’t Recommend Keto for Heart Health

    You may be hitting your goal weight on the keto diet, but is it worth risking your heart health and longevity? February is Heart Health month, and for good reason – heart disease is still the leading cause of death worldwide. Because an astounding 45 percent of all heart attacks are silent – meaning they have no obvious symptoms – we must look for clues that you may be at risk. And the first place the First Lady of Nutrition looks is your diet.

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  • coronavirus boost your immune system
    February 6, 2020 Ann Louise Gittleman

    Coronavirus: How to Boost Your Immune System and Protect Yourself

    10 simple nutrients to boost your immune system for maximum protection and immunity.

    With the fast, worldwide reach of the media, it seems like every year we hear about a new illness outbreak looming on the horizon. In 2020, it's coronavirus, but with a basic understanding of how common viruses spread, some simple common sense precautions, and nutrients to boost your immune system, you can help protect your family from this public health menace.

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  • Try This Kitchen Makeover for Weight Loss and Overall Well-being
    January 23, 2020 Ann Louise Gittleman

    Try This Kitchen Makeover for Weight Loss and Overall Well-being

    I’m here to help! Does your kitchen need a healthy makeover? I’ve been doing the research, watching the trends, and not only do I have my tried-and-true kitchen essentials to share with you, but I’ve found some new quick and easy solutions to help keep you on target for your health and weight loss goals. Whether you are looking for daily detox solutions, clean supplements, quick and healthy snacks, thirst quenchers, or pantry staples, I’ve got you covered.

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  • top health book gift ideas
    December 19, 2019 Ann Louise Gittleman

    My Top 5 Favorite Books for Your Holiday Gift List

    Have a bookworm on your list that is interested in natural health? Give them one of my favorites! Some of the most memorable gifts I’ve ever received have been books. There’s nothing like curling up with a good holistic health book and learning new ways to feel your best. Today, I’m sharing with you 5 of my all-time favorites to help inspire your healthy holiday gift giving!

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  • PTSD
    November 12, 2019 Ann Louise Gittleman

    PTSD: 5 Ways to Release Trauma That Haunts You

    If you’ve ever had an experience you just couldn’t shake, whose memory still haunts you and even changes the way you think or feel, you could be one of the more than 3 million people diagnosed each year in the US with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, or PTSD for short. At least half of us will experience a significant traumatic event in our lifetime.

    For most of us, the experience will fade over time into an unpleasant memory. But, for about 10 percent of women and 7 percent of men, there will be triggers that bring those memories back to life to be relived with intense emotional and physical reactions over and over again over a period of months or years. This is PTSD.

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