| Dark Chocolate: Did You Know?
Posted by Physician's Preference on 3/29/2011
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Does life get any better than a piece (or two) of delicious, smooth, dark chocolate? The world stops for just a moment, we take a deep breath, escaping from the day’s stress and savoring what could be one of the finest foods on earth. Life is good. So, why do we feel so guilty for an occasional indulgence? Is it possible that a small serving of dark chocolate every day could actually be quite healthy, and something reasonable to look forward to?
Resolutions - Week 12
Well, this is it! Our resolutionaries have kept at it for three months and have made a lot of progress on their paths to wellness. Check out their final installments as we wrap up our 2011 Resolutions series. You can view last week’s post here
Nutrition to Give Your Thyroid a Boost
Posted by Physician's Preference on 3/22/2011
Being a sister company to the Hotze Health & Wellness Center
, we are frequently asked about thyroid health. For those that experience thyroid symptoms, such as brain fog, muscle aches and pains, hair loss and a multitude of other symptoms, even when their blood tests come back in the normal range, it is a relief to hear that there are ways of boosting the thyroid naturally.
Shrimp & Celery Salad
For a spring snack that’s big on protein and light on
carbs, our shrimp & celery salad is sure to please.
To make it a meal, serve it on top of salad
greens or stuffed into bell peppers.
Resolutions - Week 11
Here we are in the home stretch. Our resolutionaries have just one more week to share their experiences with us, and they’re still going strong! If you missed last week, check it out now
This Week in the News – 3/11/11
favorite articles of the week are short, sweet and packed with great information! From rickets to cancer, the power of vitamins
is simply amazing. Have a great weekend!
Yeast Free Smoothie
Posted by Physician's Preference on 3/10/2011
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Eating well on the go can be a challenge, but it doesn’t
have to be. Loaded with fiber,
and antioxidants like vitamin C, this yeast free smoothie recipe
is a quick, healthy breakfast or snack for your fast-paced lifestyle.
Resolutions - Week 10
From Tiger Blood to the Texas Hill Country, our resolutionaries have lots to share this week. Check out their updates below. In case you missed it, here’s last week’s post.
Eating Well – There’s an App for That!
Posted by Physician's Preference on 3/8/2011
Last week, we discussed some of our favorite tips
for eating well. If you were intimidated by some of the changes, rest assured that help is at your fingertips, literally. Here are some of our favorite apps to aid in good nutrition. Don’t have a smartphone? There are lots of apps available online, too!
Cooking with Coconut Oil Going Mainstream?
Posted by Physician's Preference on 3/7/2011
The New York Times Dining section recently shined the spotlight on an often unsung hero that happens to be one of Physician’s Preference’s favorite products: coconut oil. The article describes how coconut oil is making a big comeback in the health food world. Of course at Physician’s Preference we have been singing the benefits of cooking with coconut oil for several years now, but we are so pleased that it is finally receiving well-deserved positive press.
Tasty Tuna Salad
Looking for a new
healthy snack for spring? Packed with protein,
our Tasty Tuna Salad is light, yet satisfying and puts a new spin on the boring
old tuna recipe.
It's National Nutrition Month!
Posted by Physician's Preference on 3/1/2011
Here in Physician’s Preference, we love National Nutrition Month, because it gives us the perfect excuse to talk about one of our favorite topics! This month, we’ll be sharing some of our secrets for maintaining optimal nutrition over the long-term. To kick things off, here are our Top 5 favorite nutrition tips.