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According to author Jonathan Kauffman, what might have once been referred to as "hippie food" in the 1960's is now the basis for many of today's diets. 

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You started a diet as the calorie-rich holidays passed and the new year got underway. Things were going well.

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There’s more to getting rid of headaches than just using painkillers; researchers at the University of Cincinnati confirmed there is a link between diet and migraines. Eliminating triggering processed foods high in nitrates, MSG, coffee and alcohol can ease migraines. Following a diet designed to prevent headaches, such as one low in carbohydrates, can also help.
 

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While going gluten-free may seem like a trend for some, it’s a necessary precaution for those with celiac disease or gluten intolerance. Gluten – found in wheat proteins, rye, barley and triticale – causes inflammation in the small intestines of those who suffer from the immune disorder or have gluten-sensitivity. Eating a gluten-free diet helps to control these symptoms and any associated discomfort.

Author Kristen Suzanne

Aug 24, 2012

Kristen Suzanne, author of Raw Awakening: Your Ultimate Guide to the Raw Food Diet, joins Thane Maynard to discuss the benefits of a raw diet, including increased energy, less obesity and improved digestion.