The continued recommendations by the USDA for Americans to eat a low-fat diet is really quite alarming considering the research that keeps coming out showing that heart disease is not decreasing, but actually increasing. Today’s Reading Corner is focusing on debunking these common myths. Happy reading! [Read more...]
For this edition of The Reading Corner, we’re going to venture into a “book on tape” category rather than my typical selection of blog posts and books. A while back, Meghan from Whole Natural Life wrote about how she keeps herself entertained while in the kitchen. One of the ways is by listening to podcasts. I had tried this a while back when I first started on GAPS, but I needed to listen on headphones since my hubby was working from home at the time. I got tired of getting tangled in cords and decided to forgo that. After reading Meghan’s post, and with my hubby back at the office most of the week, I thought I should give it another try.
I’ve been seeing the book, Could It Be B12? by Sally Pacholok and Jeffrey Stuart, mentioned around the web as of late. The title defnitely intrigued me since, as I have mentioned in the past, I have often had low B12 levels and have taken B12 shots on and off over the past 5 years. After seeing the authors listed as speakers at this past year’s Weston A. Price conference and reading an interview with Sally Pacholok on Real Food Forager, I decided it was time to pick up this book and read it. [Read more...]
For this Reading Corner, I’d like to share some great posts about the fake foods that we are inundated with in our supermarkets. These aren’t real foods and should be avoided! As I continue to delve further into the world of traditional, nourishing foods, it becomes more and more eye-opening as to the deception that is taking place in our modern, processed foods. Buyer beware! [Read more...]
For this Reading Corner, I thought I would share a few interesting articles to help challenge the old paradigm of how we look at food and eating. As I have continued to delve into the world of traditional food and GAPS, it amazes me how differently I look at what is healthy and what should be included in a nourishing diet. Here are a few articles that I have read recently that demonstrate my changing paradigm. Happy reading! [Read more...]
There are so many wonderful blogs out there about real, traditional food and related subjects. I thought I would share a few interesting reads I’ve found lately for your enjoyment.
Before I share these articles, though, I must introduce you to my newest little nephew. Zachariah was born this past Thursday, August 25th. Isn’t he adorable?! [Read more...]