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The Gluten Free Revolution + Book Giveaway!

It’s not every day that you meet a writer who’s also a health coach, a pilates instructor, and an amazing gluten-free recipe master. But lucky for us, we’ve known Caroline Shannon-Karasik for some time here at Healthy Bitch Daily, and we’re about to shamelessly promote her first book, “The Gluten-Free Revolution,” which you need to […]

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Cooking with Veggies Part 2: Sauteing and Roasting

  It’s not only what you eat, but also how you cook it. After all, some cooking techniques are better for your health and your waistline than others (hint: deep-fried is not your friend – ever). The following light cooking techniques help preserve both flavor and nutrients while not adding extra calories or fat to […]

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Cooking Light With Veggies Part 1: Steaming

  It’s not only what you eat, but also how you cook it. After all, some cooking techniques are better for your health and your waistline than others (hint: deep-fried is not your friend – ever). The following light cooking techniques help preserve both flavor and nutrients while not adding extra calories or fat to […]

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Vegan Goods Delivered Door Side (Giveaway!)

You’re the type of girl who prides herself on being in the know. You owned a Vitamix before it was cool. You take full responsibility for the popularity of kale chips. And you called bullshit on “cage-free” way before PETA went undercover. You are what we call a tempeh tastemaker—If you haven’t heard about it, […]

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Candice Kumai’s Peaches & Homemade Coconut Date Muesli

Summer isn’t here yet, but a girl can dream.  Try swapping out summer peaches for spring apricots. Summer Peaches & Homemade Coconut Date Muesli By Candice Kumai To get more of Candice’s Recipes, go here! HOMEMADE MUESLI HAS TO BE THE EASIEST, healthiest, yet most indulgent brekkie in a bowl. add these sweet and tart […]

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Garlic That Won’t Stop a Date

Garlic is a great way to naturally reduce cold and flu symptoms and a little garlic adds both flavor and antioxidants to your dinner plate. But in order to achieve the full health benefits, you need to eat eight full cloves of raw garlic.  Prepare to ride the elevator alone. Luckily, you can have your garlic cake […]

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Chipotle Taps Into Growing Vegan Market

Vegans tired of ordering a bean and rice burrito at Chipotle can now expand their palates.  In a natural move to live up to its sustainable image, the beloved restaurant chain has officially rolled out a meatless protein option on its national menu—the first time it has added a new protein to its menu in […]

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Pale Produce: Why You Shouldn’t Discriminate Based on Color

Think racial issues are strictly a human problem? Not so, my little homosapien. According to a report in Advances in Nutrition, it’s high time that we stop judging produce based on its color. While you may swoon over those dark leafy greens and vibrant red bell peppers, researchers say that Americans should consider getting more […]

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Nutrition Labels Go Under The Knife

Life is full of frustrations. Still there are few quite as frustrating as inhaling a protein bar and realizing the label lied to you. It said 140 calories. Of this you are almost entirely but maybe definitely sure. But in an act of what can only be described as complete disregard for your expanding waist, […]

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Probiotics and Weight Loss: Love Your Gut

You know them as the “friendly” germs. They live inside your gut and help balance out bacteria levels so you don’t die when you catch a cold. We’re talking about probiotics, of course, and new research suggests that they not only keep your tummy in tip-top shape, but they might also help you lose weight […]

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