Healthy Food Tips: 7 Secret “Healthy” Foods You Should Avoid

I’m taking the next two weeks off.

So this will be the final morning video

until Monday December 4, 2017.

I’ll see you all in December! 

You think you’re eating heathy right?

Well, check this video…

You may be surprised

by some of the things on the list.

Take a look!


Author: Tamara Hoerner

Welcome to The Purple Almond Wellness I’m Tamara Hoerner, MHNE, wellness educator and founder of Purple Almond Wellness. I work with middle-age individuals to help support brain health and develop whole body wellness, in order to improve the quality of their mid-life years. Heart and Alzheimer’s diseases run in my family and I struggled with weight loss, so I strive to help others with similar conditions. Using only nutrition, I rid my body of seasonal allergies, Psoriatic Arthritis and migraines. I know what it takes to use food as medicine, especially in middle age. As a wellness educator and Summa Cum Laude graduate of Hawthorn University, I develop personalized nutrition plans and wellness education sessions, to help clients. For me, the name Purple Almond symbolizes “Good, nutritious, whole food bringing light and life to the body, awakening the inherent healing mechanisms within.” I'm all about getting back to the basics, good old fashioned traditional organic, whole food, the kind your great-grandmother used to eat. You'll find no processed foods here. Just good food to heal your whole body. I also believe a healthy body isn't just about food. Stress plays a large part in the physical health of our body. I, therefore, believe in using anything that relieves stress and heals the body, including: mediation, yoga, music, laughter, inspiration and helping others. You'll find all these included in my blog as well.

10 thoughts on “Healthy Food Tips: 7 Secret “Healthy” Foods You Should Avoid

      1. I have tried my whole life it encourage people to adjust some of their eating habits. Most of the time if falls on deaf ears. I don’t evening try any more. I only make an effort with people that are already curious about a plant based diet. Then I carefully choose how I position it. People have to want it


      2. I whole heartedly agree, people have to be ready and want it. As a nutritionist (future nutritionist) I’m hoping that by the time people seek me out, they are ready. At least that is the theory. Sometimes people THINK they’re ready, until they hear what it takes. 🤭


  1. I’m a huge believer in the conspiracy that sugar companies have misdirected us to believe that fat is the cause of all of our problems. I recently switched to a ketogenic diet (not necessarily recommended for everyone), and my reflux disappeared, energy increased, blood pressure came down, and joint health improved. 200 grams of fat per day.

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