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  • Wow I really impress with this site. Full of healthy informations and related topics. It is great that share something that can be usefull for others to right?

  • Danetta Reynolds


  • Hello Erin,

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    People ask “how does dirty electricity affect our health?” According to Dr. Olle Johansson, dirty electricity presents itself as spikes and surges (non-sine waves) that may trigger our immune system into attacking a perceived foreign ‘invader.’ Dr. Johansson has developed a scientific model, tracing the triggers of chronic inflammation from low-level electromagnetic fields like dirty electricity.

    Greenwave Filters have been tested in five separate labs including UCLA and Agilent Technologies, all of which demonstrated superior performance to all other available consumer filters.

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  • Rachel Fox

    Hi — love your site, hoping to spend more time with it. I wanted to cite your article on choosing healthy yogurt for an undergrad nutrition class but am having trouble finding a resume or any info on where you got your degree. Our teacher made a statement about verifying that experts are really experts qualified to address certain issues when using sources that do not end in .gov or .edu especially.

  • marykay

    Does Earth Balance Butter Spread Original have corn IN IT. Its say derived from corn, but IS CORN ACTUALLY IN IT. I’m asking for medical concerns

  • Kristin Stadler

    I was shopping in Trader Joe’s yesterday and I came upon this bread called California Complete Protein Style Bread. I decided I would try it since it has protein and it looked pretty healthy. Today I ate it with some peanut butter and it actually tasted pretty good. Here is a link to the ingredients/nutrition Let me know what you think or if you have tried it before.


  • glory199

    Does anyone know why Almond milk (Silk) has so little protein? 1oz of Almonds has 6g protein. A 1/2 gallon has 8 servings and 1g protein per serving. So, there is a little more than 1oz in the entire 1/2 gallon??? What’s the deal?

  • Hi,

    My name is Amanda Kidd and I am a frequent reader of your blog. I am also a blogger who writes on lifestyle and health.

    I would love the opportunity to guest post for your readers and I can see two possibilities:

    1- I can suggest you few topics related to your site theme. You can choose any one out of them, and then I can submit the final article in a day or two.

    2- Or you can suggest me a specific theme you would like me to write on.

    All I would require is li’l credit in author’s bio at the end or beginning of the post (as per your editorial guidelines).
    Let me know if this works well with you too.

    Thanks and kind regards,

  • Sara Moore

    I have just recently discovered your blog. I am a North Carolina RD/stay-at-home mom currently. Most of my career I worked in dialysis. I have enjoyed reading your post over the past week, and I hope to try some of your yummy recipe creations in the future. I was wondering if you used a particular software for the Nutritional Profiles that you often provide for your recipes? Thanks! :0)

  • Hi Erin,

    FYI, I posted your pizza recipe and your article about microwave popcorn on my website.

  • Hi Erin,

    I just posted your chili recipe and a link to your article on 3 tricks to keep health through the holidays on my website. Announced this on my FB page as well. What a great article Erin!!!

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  • Carolyn Terry

    Just found The Healthy Apron website and like what I see. Americans certainly need all the help we can get concerning nutrition, eating and healthy living.

  • Denise Vernon

    One of my favorites is Lazagna. I would definitely eat it more often if I could make it lower calorie. The cookbook is a fabulous way to help make lowering calories a breeze. This is awesome!

  • Shari

    Hi, I just saw your recipe on Tasty Kitchen for Paella. You mentioned that it had anti-inflammatory properties, and I was wondering what it is about the recipe that would make it anti-inflammatory? Thanks.

  • Hi Erin,

    Your website link is now posted on my Website Links section of my website. I hope this brings you a lot of internet traffic!!!

  • Hi Erin. Just wanted to let you know that I will be posting your business name, description, and link on my Website Link Section of my website starting tomorrow. Let me know if you want any changes or updates.


  • Hi Erin,

    I have a recipe for your bake sale. It is Butterfinger Cookies! I wish I could take the credit but I can’t BUT I can tell you, they are good and was a hit at my job!

    Found this on from baker of Plain Chicken website:

  • Hi Erin. I love your website, especially the articles. I’m just getting started on my healthy website business. I would love to republish some of your articles for my “article” section on my website. With your permission, I would make sure that all of your information and credit for writing the articles would be published.

    I will make sure I ask which article I can use each time prior to publishing and any other guidelines you wish for me to follow. I am trying to get my site on Facebook and it is a slow process. Not sure how to get all of the buttons in place on FB and the FB on my website yet. They really don’t give you a contact person to help you out. The most annoying thing is knowing how to get rid of the that “Get Started” button.

    Look at me running my mouth. That’s what I do. Getting back to the subject at hand. Please let me know if I will be allowed to publish some of you articles on my website.

    Thank you so much for reading my request.

    Kendall Flowers

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