Milwaukee Edition

Archive of: Feature and NAPC and Natural Nutrition

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7 Power Foods

7 Power Foods

Famed vegan Ironman triathlete Brendan Brazier shares how seven super foods can help us regain energy, sleep better, shed pounds, feel happier and thrive.

January 2012
Household Water Watch

Household Water Watch

Many communities skirt the line of what’s safe when it comes to drinking water. Follow these tips to stay abreast of the status of your tap water.

October 2011
Liquid Nutrition

Liquid Nutrition

You don’t need to drink as much as you might think. Here’s the truth about what’s sufficient, plus five other myths about water.

October 2011
Juice Up

Juice Up

Juices extracted from whole fresh produce deliver pure liquid nutrition for clean, bio-available fuel and cell-quenching hydration.

August 2011
Happiness Is… Chocolate

Happiness Is… Chocolate

Research shows you can have your bliss and eat it, too—dark chocolate benefits both mind and body. Try our favorite smoothie recipes for an unforgettable Valentine experience.

February 2011
On The Vegan Trail

On The Vegan Trail

Based upon what he observed at a plantation in Hawaii on his first job out of medical school, California physician John McDougall has eaten a vegan diet for 35 years.

October 2010
Savoring the Sun

Savoring the Sun

The mounting desire to eat locally grown food, know what’s in our food and reduce our carbon footprint, as well as shrinking household budgets, are contributing to a renaissance in home food preservation.

September 2010
Salt of the Earth

Salt of the Earth

Most Americans eat too much salt, but finishing foods with natural salts can deliver over 50 trace minerals, all within the bounds of good taste.

March 2010
Smart Snacks

Smart Snacks

The trick to feeding your kids snacks is to provide choices that are quick, irresistible and healthy. Here’s how to mind the munchkins’ munchies with smart-snack strategies.

August 2009
A Conversation with Michael Pollan

A Conversation with Michael Pollan

Acclaimed author and journalist Michael Pollan argues that Americans eat too many “edible foodlike substances” and not enough real food. His best advice? “Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants.”

July 2009