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IS BREAKFAST REALLY IMPORTANT?

 BREAKFAST….. means “to break the fast.” It is the first meal of the day after a stretch of not eating overnight. I don’t know about you, but I am not a morning breakfast person. For me, eating breakfast feels more like a chore or a burden. I do love breakfast. A warm bowl of oatmeal...

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Sunburn and Oats?

Yes, it works! Oatmeal is not just for breakfast. It’s been a long hot summer, and some of us enjoy the weather and being in the sun. You may have overexposed your skin and done some underlying damage. If you’ve overindulged in Vitamin D, relief is only as far as your pantry away. For sunburn...

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 Super Healthy Foods For Women

with Rogers Foods Registered Holistic Nutritionist, Tammy-Lynn OmegasFlaxseed and fatty fish contain omega-3 fatty acids such as eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), which enhance the health of the cell membrane and protect women from various health threats such as joint pain, depression, hypertension, stroke, and rheumatoid arthritis. Food rich in Omega-3 fatty acids...

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Oats as Part of a Healthy Diet

Diabetes, Heart Disease and Cancer.  What positive role can consuming oats play in keeping you healthy? by Tammy-Lynn McNabb, Holistic Nutritionist, Rogers Foods We often think of oatmeal as an old-fashioned breakfast our grandparents used to eat. Something cooking on the stovetop served on a hot winter’s day. Oats continue to be a food source...

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Oats & Gut Health – What’s the Connection?

A long-time gut-healthy food, oats are a source of prebiotic fibre that probiotics use for fuel. Prebiotics are boosters for probiotics. Including both prebiotics and probiotics in your diet ensures that you are covering all bases when it comes to keeping your gut healthy and strong.

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