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Hi Everyone!

Halloween is just around the corner. It has become quite the sugar fest. Today's newsletter has some ideas for healthier treats.

Is all sugar bad? How can we still enjoy that sweet taste without destroying our health? Drs. Lederman and Pulde elaborate below.

For those newsletter subscribers who are new to plant-based eating, here is some basic info:
Enjoy the newsletter, the weekend, and happy Halloween!

Warm regards,

Stans Slaats
Plant-Based Nutrition Specialist
Dr. Allen Wellness & Medical Center

Diet & Heart Disease Class

Wednesday, November 15, 6-8 PM

Dr. Allen will be teaching this two-hour class, which could save your life. Learn how food can be both the cause and cure for heart disease, and how you can eat to stop and even reverse our #1 killer.

If you are interested, please call us for info or to sign up, as space is limited. The price is $25.

Dr. Allen Wellness & Medical Center
1701 Green Valley Parkway #5B
Henderson, NV 89074

Upcoming Events

Diet & Heart Disease Class
November 15, 6-8 PM

Learn how diet affects heart disease and how to eat to stop, and even reverse, our #1 killer. $25.

Plant-Based Eaters Meeting
November 29, 6 to 7 PM
Join this fun meeting where we share our adventures in plant-based eating, even if you are just curious! It's free.

For more information or to sign up, please call 702-754-4900.

For additional upcoming events, please check our website.

Is the Sugar in Fruit

  Healthy or Unhealthy?

We are often told not to eat too much fruit, because it is high in sugar. Just what is the story? And what about 100% fruit juice? Learn how fruit affects our body here.

Caramel Apple Slices
This healthy version of caramel apples is delicious! Las Vegas local Ashley Diana created this recipe and we made them a few years ago during our Prevent & Reverse Disease classes. Other than chopped nuts and cacao nibs, you can also roll them in unsweetened coconut shreds, dried goji berries, or some combination. I especially love a cacao nib coating, which, sweetened by the sweet potato and dates adds the rich taste of chocolate.

Find the easy recipe here.


Halloween decoration spotted at Smith's grocery store. On some level, everyone knows bacon isn't something we should eat...
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