Why Bahamians Need Sea Vegetables

Sea vegetables are beneficial to our overall health & immune system.  Perhaps the most popular seaweed is nori, you’ll find this sea vegetable wrapped around your favourite sushi rolls. Sea vegetables have a naturally fishy, salty taste and can even be used in place of salt in some recipes. You’ll find sea vegetables in soups, […]

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Going Vegan in The Bahamas

When transitioning to a plant-based diet, figuring out what to eat can be a challenge. Sometimes starting the transition seems so difficult that most don’t even attempt it at all.  When you decide to make a change in your eating habits, it’s common to get stuck eating the same thing over and over, resorting to […]

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Bahamians – Drink More Water!

“Drink plenty of water.” This is probably something you’ve heard your whole life. Doctors, health blogs, and podcasts seem to suggest that water is the end all be all to cure disease, obesity, acne and more. Why do we need water and how much of it should we be drinking each day? Keep reading to […]

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Plant-Based Protein Sources

I get asked all the time how I get my protein as a vegan. Honestly it wasn’t something I thought about when I chose this lifestyle. I’m still learning how to best fuel my body as my life, work schedule and activity level continues to change. Over the years, however, I’ve learned a few plant-based […]

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ACE Diabetes ZOOMs in on Diabetes

ACE Diabetes is excited to launch its first Zoom meeting entitled Diabetes 101 on Tuesday, May 18th at 6:30pm. The one-hour Zoom session will focus on “Living Well with Type 2 Diabetes”.  A dynamic, fun and information-packed presentation will be led by Nurse Anita Cates, co-founder of ACE Diabetes, Diabetes Education Network, and Family Medicine Center. A […]

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