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6 Super Smart Detox Strategies

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Has the festive season left you with little energy to tackle those healthy New Year’s resolutions? The smart thing is to have a good clean out. Not just of your digestive system, but your entire body. But this time forget the calories, put away the scales and start focusing on what really nourishes your body. As a licensed nutritionist, I’m …

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Keeping Monaco healthy with Susan Tomassini: Beat the Winter Blues– Naturally!

Beat the Winter Blues– Naturally!

Does your mood tend to sink in the winter? You might be suffering from seasonal affective disorder or “SAD”. Shorter, darker days are a well-known trigger for the “winter blues”. The good news is that there are many natural ways in which you can elevate your mood, without resorting to chemical antidepressants. What causes winter depression? Most of us have experienced …

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Keeping Monaco healthy with Susan Tomassini: Tofu or not tofu? Soy facts and myths

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Tofu or not tofu? Soy facts and myths As an environmentally-minded nutritionist, I often advise my patients to eat less animal protein and more plant-based protein – both for the sake of their own health and the planet’s. One way to do it is by consuming soy products like miso, tempeh, edamame (whole soy beans), soy milk and tofu. But …

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Keeping Monaco healthy with Susan Tomassini: Sweet potatoes: The perfect winter superfood!

Sweet potatoes

Far more nutritious than regular potatoes, these ultra-versatile, root veggies are great for making a whole range of delicious winter recipes – including soups, curries, risotto, fries and even brownies. They’re guilt free too. One medium sweet potato has only 100 calories and plenty of fibre to keep you feeling full and less tempted to over-indulge with holiday treats. Naturally …

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Keeping Monaco healthy with Susan Tomassini: Power up with spicy pumpkin soup!

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Pumpkins are much more than just Halloween decorations! Their bright orange inside is a dead giveaway that they’re loaded with important plant pigments known as carotenoids. One of these, beta-carotene, is an especially important antioxidant that helps neutralize free radicals and so reduces the risk of cancer and other degenerative diseases. Rich in vital vitamins and minerals, but low in …

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