Archives for “transitioning”
The Centers for Disease Control is reporting that in 2007, almost 25% of people 60 and over had diabetes. That’s one in four, and it’s climbing. And you know what? If you’re not 60 yet, you will be one day. Diabetes isn’t the only problem. If you’re on the *path* toward diabetes, your body is [...]
The other day I was talking to a lady I know who grows a lot of her own food and promotes gardening and natural healing. She eats a generally raw-food diet. She’s a inspiration, really. But I discovered that day that she also sometimes eats giant cookies made of white flour, sugar, and who knows [...]
I found this terrific cartoon on The Parenting Pit, an awesome blog about life with kids.
It’s easy to make peanut butter from scratch that your kids will like. You don’t need anything weird, just peanuts, honey and salt.
Ok. I was gonna wait, but if you’re celebrating passover, you’ll just have to print this out and make them Sunday morning.
I hope I haven’t given the impression that I never touch industrial food. Maybe I shouldn’t… I’m not sure. But there are industrial foods I eat to ease my transition to real food. One of those things is chocolate. And this chocolate is really amazing. No splenda or aspertame, no sugar, no candida yeast food, [...]
One of the things I loved about having industrial food in the house is how the kids could make it themselves, and not bug me all the time. But I love the family dinners we have now even more. Still, “after school snacks” and stuff… it’d be nice if they could pop in a frozen [...]