Hello everyone! Hope you’re having a wonderful Monday wherever you are in the world. I just wanted to pop on to the blog and share that I was recently the guest of Jared Levenson on his Eating Enlightenment podcast. On top of being a really cool dude and podcast host,

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Today’s article won’t be a long one, but in the spirit of my upcoming Low Sodium Cookbook I have been extra keen for eye catching headlines as it relates to sodium intake and general health. Speaking of my latest book, it’s actually now on sale on Kindle for those of

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We are a few weeks into the pre-release promotion of my latest Low Sodium Cookbook For Beginners and the time has finally come to discuss heart  health. This was an inevitable and unavoidable conversation because high sodium intake is a major modifiable risk factor for hypertension, also known as high

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Given that I’m currently promoting the upcoming release of my Low Sodium Cookbook For Beginners, it would be a missed opportunity for me not to take a couple of hundred words to discuss one of the most popular trends in the world of sodium. Pink Himalayan Salt. My observation of

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In today’s article, I have the simple aim of identifying the biggest contributors of sodium to the “average” North American’s diet. As I discussed in my introductory post for my latest Low Sodium Cookbook For Beginners, many of us consume too much sodium but it can be hard to reduce

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Allow me to start by saying that if you’ve purchased every single one of my books to date, and we aren’t related, please send me an e-mail because you deserve some form of recognition, prize or medal. Fresh off the June 30th release of my Acid Reflux Cookbook, I’m back

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While it certainly won’t make you any taller, is there a possibility that intermittent fasting can change the way some of your genes are expressed? It might. I’ve made no secret of my personal and professional curiosity with intermittent fasting, having written on the topic previously on numerous occasions. I

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Got rice? Most of the globe certainly does. Rice sits among the top 3 mostly widely produced and consumed grains rice in the world alongside familiar favourites wheat and corn. It’s certainly one of the top 3 most widely consumed grains in my household as well. Known not only for

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