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Eating Spring Foods ~ Asparagus

Published May 15th, 2018

By Tammera J. Karr, PhD.
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With spring weather comes seasonal foods like asparagus. This is one of those foods harvested from fields and meadows across Greece to Ireland, providing critical food-based nutrients for many with methylation challenges. Today we are learning more about the MTFHR gene that approximately 40% of the nation’s population. [...]

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Artichoke – a thistle bud for health

Published April 2nd, 2018

by Tammera J. Karr, PhD

Why do people eat artichokes? Is it a love for mayonnaise dip? Boy I hope not, what about the opportunity to have warm garlic butter dripping from your fingers? …. Hummm maybe. Artichokes are a native to the Mediterranean region, and they play a major role in the regional cuisine. [...]

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GRACE WITH MEALS

Published March 28th, 2018

By Tammera J. Karr, PhD

Local, State and National events of late seem to once more be a buffet line of restrictions, inconsistencies, prejudice, and fear. Twenty-four seven exposure to stories of hurricanes, forest fires, political unrest, riots, violence and just plain nonsense has a deep and for some deadly effect on their health. Heightened [...]

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WOULD YOU PROTECT YOUR BRAIN?

Published March 26th, 2018

By Tammera J. Karr, PhD

All of us know someone affected by cognitive impairment, the words Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s seem to be synonymous with the ever-growing aging population in America today. The unfortunate part is the belief nothing can be done to prevent cognitive decline.

Maybe more than any other disease, severe cognitive impairments have [...]

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Watercress – Traditional Food for Health

Published March 13th, 2018

by Tammera J Karr, PhD

Watercress is an aquatic leafy green plant that is a close cousin to mustard greens, cabbage, and arugula. Watercress tastes much like the wild Miners lettuce of the Pacific Northwest. Watercress has been cultivated in Europe, Central Asia, and the Americas for millennia, for use as both food and medicine. [...]

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WHEN THE AIR GETS BAD CONSIDER HOREHOUND

Published March 6th, 2018

by Tammera J. Karr, PhD

Poor air quality increases the risk of chest and sinus infections.

I have a small herb garden in my yard; it consists of those herbs that thrive on abuse. One such herb is Horehound. Some of you may be old enough to remember horehound candy drops; others may remember a [...]

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BABY IT’S COLD OUTSIDE

Published February 28th, 2018

by Tammera J. Karr, PhD

It has finally happened – winter and the cold bite of it’s breath has found many of us. Cold weather also brings with it high calorie foods and sedentary habits. With the glut of holiday commercials highlighting decadent sweets, beverages, and hot food we are subconsciously lead down a dangerous [...]

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BUILDING A HEALTHIER BISQUICK

Published February 27th, 2018

by Tammera J. Karr, PhD

My mother-in-law Libby (1918-2013) along with many other women in my family grew up in a generation of making do. For most of her adult life, Libby lived in remote or rural areas of the Pacific Northwest, including Crater Lake National Park, where my father-in-law worked as an equipment operator [...]

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DO YOU KNOW YOUR BLOOD TYPE?

Published February 26th, 2018

By Tammera J. Karr, PhD

Asking if you know your blood type may seem a simple question to some, but in my years of clinical work, I routinely find clients have no idea what their blood types are or how blood type can play a role in sustainable health. One of my mentors Anne Louise [...]

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CLEANING HOUSE – BY REGULARLY DETOXIFYING

Published February 22nd, 2018

by Tammera J. Karr, PhD

An effective detoxification program will not ask you to make any dramatic lifestyle and dietary changes. Healthier food and lifestyle choices are generally made on a subconscious level. Once the body begins to eliminate toxins, it will naturally start craving foods that will nourish it at an optimum level. That [...]

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