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Give Your Kids the Edge: Healthy School Lunches

Published: | Lifestyle, Living Paleo, Paleo, Nutrition | by Dr. Kellyann Petrucci | Share Your Thoughts

It’s hard to believe summer’s over and it’s already back-to-school season. For a lot of us, that means a return to busy mornings of getting the kids ready and out the door on time. And then there will be evenings of trying to ensure the homework gets done and bedtime happens at a decent hour. 

With all of that going on, no one has much time to devote to packing healthy lunches!

So of course it’s tempting to take the quick and easy route: just jam some Snackables, Gogurts, and a candy bar into a bag and call it done. But if you do that, you may be stealing your kids focus and energy for the day, not to mention their long-term health. 

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Exploring Bio-Identical Hormones

Published: | Living Paleo, Nutrition, Paleo, Lifestyle | by Dr. Kellyann Petrucci | Share Your Thoughts

Whenever anyone brings up age, I think to myself, if only they knew. If only they knew that with the right rejuvenative technologies you can add 5-20 years of youthful, active, and well-lived days. You can still have a stunning life; you just have to unlock some life extension secrets. Get a plan. Well, that's what I’m here for, right?

I plan to never, ever die from aging, or any of the “age-related diseases.” Why? Because I know anti-aging and longevity are a product of my actions. This is fact. I know there are leapfrog technologies to stave off aging, age-related heart disease, and even wrinkles.

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Scarcity vs. Abundance...Who Wins?

Published: | Living Paleo, Nutrition, Paleo | by Dr. Kellyann Petrucci | Share Your Thoughts

Let me ask you a question.

Do you think abundance, or do you think scarcity?

The answer to this is so critical to your growth potential, it’s worth a conversation.

Recently, I was part of a very “scarcity-based” conversation. This conversation illustrated a point that my Dad drilled into all four of his kids: “The only thing that separates you from anyone else is the six inches between your ears—don’t fool yourself that it’s anything else.”

The conversation went something like this:

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