I Accidentally Discovered I Could Treat Depression with Food

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I Accidentally Discovered I Could Treat Depression with Food If you’ve ever wanted to live large and make a difference, what I am writing here will speak to you. I accidentally discovered I could treat depression with food and felt strongly I had an important story to tell. I’ve made a decision not to live from fear, but to live from a place of openness so I can reach more people and attempt to help more people with their health … Continue reading

The Basics of Clean Eating

Basics of Clean Eating

The Basics of Clean Eating If eating better is on your list of goals to accomplish this year, good for you!  Remember it’s a process and be patient with yourself. Before looking at meal ideas and other tips for a clean eating lifestyle, you should hone in on exactly what the basics of clean eating are going to do for you. The following information goes over clean eating, what is allowed and not allowed, and very basically… how it works! … Continue reading

On the Stove or Crock Pot Soup

Print On the Stove or Crock Pot Soup Ingredients 1 large onion chopped 4 large mushrooms, thinly sliced Minced garlic Dried garlic powder (you never have enough…) Dried onion flakes Dried dill 2 cans beans (you can choose the kind) 1 pkg chopped frozen spinach 1 pkg butternut squash 2 cartons organic veggie broth Chopped cauliflower ¼ cup white wine (optional) Salt & pepper to taste 1 can wild salmon and/or several egg whites (add egg whites just before serving) … Continue reading

8 Reasons to Cut Out Processed Foods

What is Processed Food?

Here are 8 Reasons to Cut Out Processed Foods Most of us know that a diet rich in fresh fruits, vegetables and whole grains is our best choice. But, many of us don’t know exactly why we should be cutting processed foods. I want to share with you the top 8 reasons for avoiding processed foods. Monosodium glutamate MSG, or monosodium glutamate, is a form of salt which has been chemically changed and is used to enhance the flavor of … Continue reading

What Is Naturopathy

What is Naturopathy

What Is Naturopathy Exploring alternative medicine is a focal point for many of us today.  There are different practices and disciplines, so I thought it would be helpful to explore a few of them over the next few weeks.  I thought we’d begin with a discussion of naturopathy. Treating your body and enhancing your health naturally is an important goal for many of us. Naturopathy offers many options for natural remedies and preventative care that can be alternatives to conventional … Continue reading

The Blue Zones and Longevity

the blue zones and longevity

The Blue Zones and Longevity One of my current favorite authors is Dan Buettner who writes about the Blue Zones. If this is a new term to you, the Blue Zones are five areas around the world where people live to be one hundred years old or more.  And, they are active, healthy and social! In an article I discovered on getpocket.com, Andrew Merle writes about his discovery of Dan Buettner and his book The Blue Zones Solution.  The article … Continue reading

Gluten Free Cinnamon Cranberry Orange Bread

Print Gluten Free Cinnamon Cranberry Orange Bread Ingredients 2 cups (225 g) almond flour. 6 tablespoons (48 g) arrowroot starch. 4 tablespoons (40 g) golden flaxseed meal. 2 tablespoons (15 g) tapioca starch. 1/8 teaspoon pink Himalayan salt. ¾ rounded teaspoon baking soda. 2 tablespoons reduced sugar dried cranberries chopped 2 teaspoons orange zest 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon ½ cup water 2 TBSPS olive oil 2 TBSPS apple cider vinegar 2 eggs, lightly beaten Instructions Mix dry ingredients. Add wet … Continue reading

Does What You Eat Affect Your Appearance?

Does What You Eat Affect Your Appearance

Does what You Eat Affect Your Appearance? When you look at your face, what do you see and what should you see?  Does what you eat affect your appearance, does it cause inflammation? First and foremost, not all inflammation is bad.  The inflammation that helps a sprained ankle heal is a good thing.  That is called “acute inflammation”, and to survive, you need that type of inflammation.  It helps you heal an injury and fight off an infection.  When you … Continue reading

Tiny Steps for Big Changes – How to Change Your Eating Habits

tiny steps for big changes

Tiny Steps for Big Changes When I changed how I eat more than six years ago, I made huge sweeping changes very quickly.  I did it because my husband was on a statin drug that was not so slowly killing him.  By the way, if you take a statin, I suggest you review the possible side effects and be aware of rising glucose levels leading to Type 2 diabetes, memory loss, cataracts and so much more….but I digress.  I did … Continue reading

Roasted Veggies with Squash, Onions, Carrots and Brussels Sprouts

Print Roasted Veggies with Squash, Onions, Carrots and Brussels Sprouts Ingredients Butternut, acorn or delicata Squash 2 large white onions Carrots – (I like to use the multi-colored ones) Brussel sprouts – fresh or frozen Olive Oil Salt free spice White pepper Dried onion flakes Garlic powder (not garlic salt) Instructions Scrub squash – (I like to leave the skin on) then cut it into small bite-sized chunks Thinly slice the onions If the carrots are large, cut into 2 … Continue reading