Eat for Health

Coffee black if you please

Published May 19th, 2010

Coffee black if you please

By Tammera J. Karr, MSHN, BCIH, CNC, CNW, CNH

Coffee is the second largest commodity traded next to oil.  Coffee comes from an evergreen tree that produces red cherries or beans. The most coffee consumed comes from Arabica or Robusta varieties of beans. Arabica beans count for seventy percent [...]

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New Years Eve Peppermint Brownies

Published December 14th, 2009

New Years Eve Peppermint Brownies

More Goodies from Heather’s Tummy Care

New Year’s Eve Peppermint Brownies

Are you looking for a little splurge to ring in the New Year? Sweet treats are often problematic for IBS, but these brownies are digestion-friendly and spectacularly delicious! They’re low fat, dairy free, and have a good soluble fiber [...]

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Smoked Salmon Sandwiches with Herbed Cucumbers

Published December 14th, 2009

Smoked Salmon Sandwiches with Herbed Cucumbers

Smoked fish of any kind is a great safe substitute for sandwich lunch meats and cheeses, but there’s something particularly decadent about smoked salmon.

Pumpernickel bread is one of the most tolerable whole grains for IBS (if you’re very touchy, substitute French or sourdough), and the soluble fiber from [...]

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Anti-Oxidants ~ a rainbow for health

Published November 11th, 2009

Anti-Oxidants ~ a rainbow for health

By Tammera J. Karr, MSHN, CNC, CNW, CNH  2009©

They come in a rainbow of colors; purple, red, orange, yellow and green, they are the anti-oxidant rich foods that keep us healthy. Studies over the last 30 years has shown that this group of nutrients can protect against cancers, [...]

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