Monthly Archives: January 2015

What Progress Looks Like

If you are like me, changing your diet away from the typical Western Diet that is high in carbohydrates, artificial ingredients, and sugar and low in fat and natural nutrients you are looking for signs that you are on the … Continue reading

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Food Poison

Poison in your food. According to the CDC (Center for Disease Control) one in six citizens will become ill from foods they eat each year. That would be five hundred million, give or take a few hundred thousand, that get … Continue reading

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What? Me Worry?

I am doing everything I can, and I am doing it the easy way–I don’t eat industrial meats or processed foods. Today there is an Op-Ed piece at CNN.com┬áraising the author’s concerns about the rising level of allowable herbicide and … Continue reading

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Fighting Big Media

I could point out to you one hundred health or food articles from last month that make sure to mention, at least once, the conventional wisdom that you should make efforts to lower the dietary fat in your foods. I … Continue reading

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A Supper For January, 1764 style

Reading a cook-book from 250 years ago is like jumping out of a time machine. You can’t really trust your mental dictionary, because every word may mean something else back then. Read the following recipes from an ebook I found … Continue reading

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Inspirational Resources (gotta love history)

If there is a drawback to being at the forefront of a revolution, it is that there are less places you can turn for ideas about how to proceed than are available for those who want to keep living like … Continue reading

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Salmon en Croute

Originally posted on TwinDays:
An elegant dish: Salmon stuffed Puff Pastry. Sea food is so delicious plus they say that eating fish twice a week is good for your health! Fish are a lean, healthy source with high level of…

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