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Diana Herrington

Head Chef on Real Food for Life and Green Living Author

Diana J Herrington is the head chef on Real Food for Life and author of the GREEN means LEAN and Balance Your Body e-books. She turned a debilitating health crisis (My Fibromyalgia Story) into a passion for helping others with healthy, sugar-free, gluten free, eating and cooking.

Diana is a Greenliving Author for Care2′s over 39 million members. She also hosts online groups: Healthy Cooking with over 421,000 members and Healthy Living Network with over 429,000 members. Diana’s passion for real food has her writing a series of health-related e-books. More books are on the way.

Although Diana grew up in Edmonton, Alberta, she has traveled around the world, spending time in India, Japan, China, Tibet, Bali and Europe. While living in England for 19 years; she started a very successful crystal business, One World Creations.
Diana is available for consultations about your personal nutrition, helping you tweak your diet for healthy regeneration. You may contact Diana at http://realfoodforlife.com
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7 Reasons Quinoa is the New Health Food Superstar

Somehow, a superfood that only health advocates like me have known about for years is now common fare for a wave of twentysomethings eating at trendy coffee shops and delis. Although there is no accounting for taste or trends, quinoa does have some powerful health benefits. It tastes great, it is high protein, and it is part of another major food trend of today: gluten free eating.
06/05/2013 12:24 EDT
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7 Tips To Reduce Sugar Cravings

As a child I was raised on white sugar and feel that it had a significant part in many of my health problems which took me decades to overcome. It was indeed a different time back then. I was not as aware of health or nutrition as I am now.
05/21/2013 05:23 EDT
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Every Day Is Earth Day

We "get" to live on this planet called Earth which makes every day an Earth day. But all is not well on our Earth as we know. Let us look at what three of my green friends say. As you might notice they all relate to water.
04/21/2013 11:00 EDT

Pass On The Gas --7 Ways to Avoid Bean Flatulence

Eating beans used to be a very gassy, uncomfortable experience for me. I could not enjoy any of the beans, peas, lentils, chickpeas or peanuts that I love. You have maybe heard this rhyme as a child....
04/14/2013 09:48 EDT

Facinating Facts about Nuts and Seeds

I love nuts and seeds and eat them every day. If you enjoy them even half as much as I do, we are both lucky, since nuts happen to be highly nutritious powerfoods! You don't have to gain weight from e...
03/13/2013 05:04 EDT