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Organizing Your Pantry for a Successful October #Unprocessed Challenge
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You’ve signed up for the October Unprocessed Challenge, and now you may open your pantry and despair. But there’s no need for that, Sunshine! I’m here to guide you through setting up your pantry so you’ll have a successful challenge.

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Posted In: Strategies
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Get The Official Guide to October Unprocessed!
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Get the Official Guide to October Unprocessed! It’s a free PDF download that answers many of the most common questions about the challenge. But more than that, it’s got lots of great information on how to help you get the most from the challenge, ways to avoid common “speed bumps,” advice for specific dietary restrictions, and tons of other unprocessed goodness.

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Posted In: Frequently Asked Questions
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#Unprocessed FAQ: Additives, Preservatives, and other Confusing Ingredients
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Today I want to mention a handful of other ingredients, usually used in small quantities, but collectively, they’re in a whole awful lot of the foods most people eat. Many of these are used in extremely small amounts in any given product, but over time I believe those small quantities can really add up.

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Posted In: Frequently Asked Questions
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Three Ways to Overcome Mental Hurdles to Making Real Dietary Change
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You have to start from where you are, not where you want to be.

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Posted In: Food For Thought
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The Power of One Small Change
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We actually have the power to create a shift in our thinking toward better general health just by making small changes in our daily decisions – simple things like choosing to cook at home more, adding more fruits and veggies to the grocery list, swapping out one processed food for an unprocessed alternative.

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Posted In: Food For Thought
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Baked Sweet Potato Chips to Help Your Family Go Unprocessed
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Snack time can be a toughie, I know. Especially with kids. My family loves nuts, and snack on a variety like pistachios, almonds and cashews. Bring on the veggie chips, too. Alternative chips like sweet potato, kale and seaweed are great choices to replace that bag of cheese puffs.

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Posted In: OU Recipes, Snacks & Appetizers
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What’s Your Absolute Worst Regular Meal?
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I know Andrew wants us to go wholly October Unprocessed, but I’m guessing that even for many regular readers that’s a loftier goal than we’re ready, willing, or able to meet. Well I’d like to take my guest posting opportunity and offer you an easily doable, no-excuses way out.

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Posted In: Food For Thought, Strategies
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