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Benefits of Healthy Eating: 5 Food Philosophies

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Benefits of Healthy Eating: 5 Food Philosophies

There is so much information out there, opinions, rules, and do's and don'ts when it comes to healthy eating. So how do you know what food or protocol is right for you?  We've started a list below in an effort to catalogue the most progressive food philosophies in one place, easy to read and analyze. What would you add to this list? 

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5 Ghee Hacks Make Life Better

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5 Ghee Hacks Make Life Better

According to Kourtney Kardashian, “Ghee is the first thing I put in my body every morning. I take one big teaspoon of ghee every morning, melt it on the stove in a pan and drink it out of a cute little ceramic white cup. After I take it, I don't eat anything for 20 minutes, and then I drink a glass of water before eating food. Sometimes I sneak half a teaspoon of melted ghee into my kids' warm milk because I believe in it so much," 4 Expert Secrets to Eating Ghee

She inspired us to offer some of our own ghee-related “secrets,” so here are five ghee hacks to make your life a little more ghee-ful.

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What Color Should My Ghee Be?

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What Color Should My Ghee Be?

At it’s simplest, ghee is a clarified butter that originated in India, and is now becoming a staple of both professional and home kitchens. Does the color of ghee reflect the quality of the product? The short answer: Yes!

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