Healthy Eating

Making The Transition from Unhealthy Eating to Healthy Eating

By John Allen Mollenhauer, founder of the Nutrient Rich Life –  and the Performance Lifestyle. You know the old saying, “they can’t see the forest from the trees?” Well, never has that confusion been more prevalent than in today’s dietary world. You see, wisdom is rare. You can only really attain it through experience […]

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Zucchini Carrot Pasta with Mushrooms

I have been wanting to try and make zucchini ribbons or ‘noodles/pasta’ for ages now, because they are a healthy and fun alternative to whole wheat or bean pasta, and plus they just look really neat. But here’s the thing, despite the fact that I have a million kitchen gadgets, I can’t say I own

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Black Bean Mango Salad

This refreshing and colorful bean salad is loaded with mango, black beans, corn, and red pepper prefect for summer brunch. The flavors are simple, yet the combination is quite tasty. Serves 3   Black Bean Mango Salad   Ingredients 1 mango, peeled, pitted and cubed 2 tablespoons chopped fresh cilantro 4 green onions, thinly sliced

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Are You Really Eating Healthy?

See Part 2 of the are you really eating healthy series >  Why do we often chase false nutritional marketing tactics that actually cause us to gain weight, drain our energy and age us faster, rather than learn how to eat in a great-tasting healthy way, and optimize our nutrition by learning how to fuel

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Ultimate Barley Burgers

Who doesn’t love a good veggie burger ? We at Nutrient Rich totally dig it. But since most the ones you find in the freezer section tend to be pretty flavorless, or loaded with salt and are not up to the nutrient rich eating standard, we decided to come up with this recipe that is

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55 Nutrient Rich Foods To Eat This Spring

Fresh fruits and vegetables abound during the spring, which makes cooking and baking so much fun and exciting. Here is a seasonality chart that shows 55 nutrient rich foods to eat this spring; they are high quality, and reasonably priced produce.  While I try to shop organic as frequently as possible, I am on a

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Chinese Apricot Stir-fry

Lately I’ve been going crazy for Asian style food. I’ve always been a big fan of stir-fry meals, they are quick and simple to prepare and you can create your own nutrient rich version that tastes just as delicious as in the restaurants but so much healthier! Chinese Apricot Stir-fry Ingredients: 2 Whole Blocks of

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The 12 Health Benefits of Sesame Seeds

Sesame seeds add a nutty taste and a delicate, almost invisible, crunch to many Asian dishes. They are also the main ingredients in tahini (sesame seed paste) and the wonderful Middle Eastern sweet call halvah. They are available throughout the year. Sesame seeds may be the oldest condiment known to man dating back to as

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Are You Sacrificing Your Health For Success

In the classic O. Henry story The Gift of the Magi, the wife has beautiful long hair, the husband a treasured pocket watch. She cuts and sells her hair to buy him a watch chain. He sells his watch to buy her a hair comb. Many people make a similarly well intentioned, but ultimately futile

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Win The War on Cancer

The Bad News: We All Have Cancer One of the most common public misconceptions about cancer is that people assume that if their doctor gives them a clean bill of health, that they don’t have cancer.  Right?  Wrong. The truth is that all of us have microscopic cancers growing in our bodies all the time.

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