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Having Digestive Issues—Go Natural and Try Ghee

Ghee is the Indian version of clarified butter with most of the lactose, milk fats and sugars removed. It offers several health benefits including healing the digestive tract. The butter is rich in butyric acid, which helps sustain the intestinal cells and encourages the production of stomach acids to break down food. Plus, storing it is easy. It will not become rancid at room temperatures and can stay fresh up to a year. Some studies have even linked ghee to helping to maintain healthy insulin levels and fighting off inflammation. You can find ghee at specialty markets.

​​Eating Vegan? Calcium-Rich Foods to Incorporate into Your Meal Plan

If you’re vegan and cheese, milk, yogurt, eggs and other animal products are off your radar, where do you get your calcium? Here are just some of the many calcium-rich, non-animal product foods:
• Dried apricots, prunes, raisins and figs
• Fortified orange juice
• White and brown bread
• Arugula, collard greens, kale, watercress
• Calcium-set tofu
• Fortified soybean (soya), oat, and rice drinks
• Tahini
• Sesame seeds
Ask your nutritional counselor about other foods that fall into this category.


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