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    Super Seeds: Chia & Flaxseed

    Chia seeds and flaxseeds have gained the attention of many in recent years, being hailed as superfoods. Consumers purchase them as whole seeds, ground up, as oil, flour, and even milk, but what about them makes them beneficial to our health?

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    Time Oat! Let’s Talk All Things Oats

    Oats are an often overlooked, yet well-balanced grain containing protein, starch, unsaturated fatty acids, and fiber, as well as vitamins and minerals.1 While many only associate them with breakfast foods, they have the potential to be included in savory dishes, baked goods, and even smoothies.

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    The Sweet Truth of Honey

    Honey is a sticky, natural sweetener produced by bees which tastes great in baked goods, stirred in tea, drizzled on toast, or even in a marinade. Nevertheless, many are puzzled wondering if honey is a healthier alternative to use than table sugar.

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    Cooking With the IBD-AID

    As we begin to prepare for Thanksgiving, either by going to the stores or ordering groceries for delivery, we have you covered for IBD-AID recipes that can be enjoyed by the whole family

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    Pack It Up!

    Your choices at lunch can have effects on the rest of your day, your health, your waistline, and your wallet. Eat a large meal, and you could feel sluggish after lunch.

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    Fruits and Vegetables – Most of Us Need More!

    Only 1 in 10 Americans eat the recommended amount of fruits and vegetables each day. Fruits and veggies are important, but many of us struggle to eat them.

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    Using Black Pepper to Enhance the Anti-Inflammatory effects of Turmeric

    Turmeric’s various medicinal benefits are highly associated with its active ingredient, curcumin which is widely known for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects.

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    Fermented Foods for Gut Health

    Fermented foods are a great source of probiotics because they contain live bacteria. This is especially good for individuals who suffer from IBD or who are following the IBD-AID diet.

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    Comfort Foods for IBD-AID

    A list of a few great products and recipes that are IBD-AID friendly, free of adverse ingredients, and also comforting and delicious!

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