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Chicken Liver Pâté – Superfood Recipe

  Submitted by a student in our 2014 Virginia Class.   Ingredients: 3 Tbs grass-fed butter ¼ cup tart apple, peeled, cored, and chopped 2-3 shallots, thinly sliced ½ tsp freshly grated lemon zest 8 oz. raw chicken livers, well-trimmed 3 Tbs brandy 1 Tbs fresh thyme 1 tsp fresh tarragon ½ cup organic, grass-fed […]

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Interview with Caroline Potter, NTP

Caroline Potter is an NTP, educator, blogger, podcaster and photographer currently residing in Spain, where her husband is stationed while serving our country. What inspired you to become an NTP/NTC? After being diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes (more on that below), I knew the basic principles of nutrition but didn’t understand the science behind them. I […]

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Why Celiac Disease and Other Autoimmune Diseases are Becoming So Common

Why Celiac Disease and Other Autoimmune Diseases are Becoming So Common By Elaine Fawcett, MJ, NTP   Celiac disease made national news when a study revealed the disease is four times more common now than it was in the 1950s. Researchers at the Mayo Clinic analyzed frozen blood samples from Air Force personnel collected between […]

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Is Intermittent Fasting Good for You?

Is Intermittent Fasting Good for You? Answered by NTA Instructor John Tjenos   We suggest this form of fasting: Eating Rhythms for your immune health, your sleep, your brain health, your endocrine health, and weight loss.   Finish eating at night as early as possible. Shoot for seven-thirty or eight o’clock pm.   Don’t eat again […]

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Is it Safe to Exercise When Ill?

Is it Safe to Exercise When Ill? by Jennifer Pecot   With cold and flu season upon us, many of you will be faced with the question, “Can I work out or should I rest when I’m ill?” The answer to this question will be based largely on the type of illness and whether or […]

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