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Dude's Foods: Eating for Heart Health

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. Historically primarily a male affliction, the gender gap in heart disease has narrowed in a somewhat ironic turn of events for women who have sought equality with their male peers. In fact, men today have slightly fewer heart attacks than women, although this is partly because men don’t live as long as women and also tend to have fatal heart attacks at a younger age.[i]

Dude’s Foods: Depression & The Gut-Brain Connection

Dear dudes of Dude’s Foods, I need to level with you. I still struggle with depression. Although I have been recovered from bipolar depression for several years now thanks to nutrition therapy, I still have days where those old thoughts and habits creep up again. This past week I have put a lot of pressure on myself to write a memorable and informative blog post and that pressure has affected my mood. It’s time to take a step back and breathe.

Congratulations to the May 2016 Natural Food Chef graduates!

We would like to extend a warm congratulations to our newest class of Natural Foods Chef graduates.  These dedicated students have spent the past four months studying holistic nutrition for specific health conditions,perfecting their professional cooking skills, and training in business to prepare themselves for their dream careers!

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