DATE: CATEGORY: Illness Prevention + Recovery

Boost Your Nutrition with Turmeric

By Jaime Askew, Nutrition Consultant Instructor Booster Foods A term coined by Bauman College founder, Dr. Ed Bauman, “Booster Foods” refer to nutrient-dense foods that are rich in vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients. These foods are all well known for their therapeutic qualities and the nutritional depth they bring to the diet. Booster Foods Primarily Include: Herbs … Read More

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DATE: CATEGORY: Alumni

Healing Disease Through Holistic Nutrition: Crohn’s Disease

Brandi Mackenzie, Bauman College Certified Natural Chef, is interviewed by An Organic Conversation on empowerment through nutrition, healing herself of Crohn’s Disease and guiding individuals interested in their health through programs that support the digestive system and improve overall wellness. Crohn’s Disease: A chronic, or long lasting, disease that causes inflammation—irritation or swelling—in the gastrointestinal … Read More

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DATE: CATEGORY: Illness Prevention + Recovery

Eating for Health Meal Plan for Cancer Prevention and Recovery

Breakfast Day 1 Green Smoothie 1/2-1 cup oatmeal with almonds 1 cup green tea 1 cup water with lemon Day 2 2 poached eggs 1/2 cups kale 1 tbsp flaxseeds 1/2 cup blueberries 1 cup green tea 1 cup water Day 3 Protein rich smoothie 1/2-1 cup oatmeal with almonds 1 cup green tea 1 cup water … Read More

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DATE: CATEGORY: Illness Prevention + Recovery

Healing Disease Through Holistic Nutrition: Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

Brigitte Mars talks with An Organic Conversation in a dynamic interview about healing through holistic nutrition, her inspiration while working with Bauman College, and the future of those that she’s guided.  To read the original interview, visit An Organic Conversation. Multiple sclerosis (MS) An unpredictable, often disabling disease of the central nervous system that disrupts … Read More

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DATE: CATEGORY: Illness Prevention + Recovery

Phenomenal Phytonutrients

Fruits, Vegetables, Herbs, and Spices for Cancer Prevention and Recovery By Dr. Ed Bauman Plant foods contain literally thousands of beneficial compounds in addition to macronutrients (complex carbohydrates, proteins, fats, and fiber), micronutrients (vitamins and minerals), and phytonutrients (protective chemical compounds that occur naturally in plants). Biochemist and Nobel Laureate Albert Szent-Gyorgyi first discovered the … Read More

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DATE: CATEGORY: Illness Prevention + Recovery

How to realistically achieve your health goals

We eat to live. We eat for pleasure. We eat for vitality. And sometimes, we eat with an intended goal in mind, like weight loss, to build muscle mass, or to increase energy. The Eating for Health® Diet Directions help you plan what to eat in order to achieve your individual health goals and build … Read More

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DATE: CATEGORY: Illness Prevention + Recovery

Cold + Flu: An Ounce of Prevention

The number-one, all-time most effective medicine for colds and flus is an ounce of prevention: a nutritious diet plenty of clean water exercise enough sleep, and relaxed time spent with loved ones. However, since these simple guidelines are easier described than adhered to, here are some natural helpers for fending off and alleviating colds and … Read More

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DATE: CATEGORY: Illness Prevention + Recovery

Bone Deep: Osteoporosis and the Health and Strength of Our Bones

Looming in the future for most of us is old age, which will hopefully be filled with energy, abundance, activity, and wisdom. These can be the benefits of a life well lived, yet despite these benefits, our bodies are slowly paying the price of having spent so many years alive. No matter what we may think of … Read More

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DATE: CATEGORY: Gluten-Free

Gluten: From Fan Favorite to Four Letter Word – Part 2

In Hiding I remember the first restaurant I visited after learning I was gluten intolerant and going gluten-free. It was a sushi restaurant. I was brand new to eating gluten-free and still learning the ins and outs of the lifestyle. Sushi, I thought, was my safest bet. Fresh fish. Rice. No worries! Wrong. Let’s see … Read More

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DATE: CATEGORY: Gluten-Free

Gluten: From Fan Favorite to Four Letter Word – Part 1

The Restaurant Dilemma I’m not a doctor, nor do I play one on T.V.  I do, however, fashion myself as a bit of a foodie.  So when it was discovered that I was (non-celiac) gluten intolerant, I feared my lifelong love affair with all things edible was about to come to a screeching halt.  Of … Read More

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