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Nutritional Wellness - Beyond Food

Nutritional Wellness - Beyond Food

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November 12th 2014:Life Without Sugar?

Not all sugar is bad, but the news isn’t good. The Canadian Heart & Stroke Foundation recently recommended that we cut our daily intake of added sugars by up to half. There is a big difference between naturally-occurring and added sugar. The former is found in fruits, vegetables, grains and dairy. The latter is insidious, it’s found in most processed foods, it goes by many names we don’t recognize, it’s addictive, and unfortunately it provides not merely empty calories but rather harmful calories. We are being urged to reduce added sugars to no more than 10% of our total daily calories, and id

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Rachelle Wood

Rachelle Wood is a nationally award-winning Registered Holistic Nutritionist and Young Entrepreneur from Prince Edward Island. She recently relocated her 10 year private practice to Moncton, New Brunswick, within Gallie Wellness. As an author, teacher, mentor, lecturer, recipe-developer and weight loss expert, Rachelle is changing the way Canadians eat. Her hilarious and simplistic ways of explaining the complex human body inspire audience members to live whole-hearted healthier lifestyles. Having studied many alternative therapies, she believes that dietary therapy should be customized to each client and her approach does just that. Rachelle is the creator of a 52-week healthy living and we
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