Archives for December 2010

Food As Medicine…

This set of you tube videos is a must see! There is A LOT of “technical” stuff, but the basic premise is very easy to understand. This woman is a medical doctor. She has/had progressive MS and has researched her way from a permanent wheel chair to skis and a bicycle. Her research is astounding […]

Words of wisdom from a fellow blogger…

I was enjoying a blog that I frequent quite regularly, and came across this post that I just HAD to share with all of you! 😉 What a great reminder to keep our eating habits in perspective with what is really important. It doesn’t matter how healthy we eat, or what graces our plates, if […]

HFCS – The “Dirty” Word In Our House…

For those of you that know me personally, you know that I am pretty blunt about sharing my disdain for certain things. HFCS (high fructose corn syrup) is probably one of the highest on that list. The commercials that the corn industry are now plastering all over the public media in order to save what […]

Garden Fresh Pasta Salad w/ Italian Herb Dressing

This pasta salad is fabulous! And the dressing that you make to go on it is so good, it has become a family favorite for our primary salad dressing! The Dressing: 1/2 cup extra virgin olive oil (we use organic) 1/2 cup Nutiva brand hemp seed oil (or another 1/2 cup of EVOO if you […]

Dark Chocolate Coconut Yummies

Steven and I absolutely LOVE these no bake cookies! 😀 They are one of our favorite “quick treats” for when we are having a late night chocolate craving. 😉  I created this recipe by modifying one that I received from my sister. They turned out absolutely fabulous and are so easy to prepare! These are […]

Amazing Turkey Sausage

  This sausage recipe is tripled from the original one that we started with so that we could make up a bunch and freeze them. So you can divide everything by 3 if you want a smaller batch. 3 pounds Ground Turkey – free range organic is best (local farmers are great for finding quality […]

Unearthing the truth about FAT

How many times have we heard it?? Low fat diets are optimal for good health. A low fat diet will help to avoid cardiovascular disease. People with MS should consume no more than 15g of saturated fat a day. The list goes on and on. Since I was very young, people have always raved about […]

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