So, I'm almost caught up with updates about our journey to real food. (Read part 1 and part 2). I was almost caught up when I started this a couple of weeks ago. Week 5: Try two new whole foods – Try a minimum of two new whole foods that you’ve never had before. The … Continue reading Road to Healthy Eating 3
This is a follow-up to a post I wrote earlier this week. Since January 6th or so we have been doing the 100 Days of Real Food: 14 Week Mini Challenges. The Big Guy and I have both been trying to loose weight. I wanted to get a better handle on my food allergies and … Continue reading Road to Healthy Eating 1
The Big Guy and I have been trying to eat better and lose weight. I have tried to diet or make better food choices for a couple of years but life just kept getting in the way Also, I just don't do well with the word diet. I found a plan to change my eating … Continue reading Eating Habits
A Chicago public school, Little Village Academy has banned lunches from home. The school now requires all students to buy a school lunch for $2.25 a day. The only exemption to the rule is if the child has food allergies. The schools say this is necessary to improve students health. Children's Success Academy in Tucson, … Continue reading Lunch Box Police?
Newsflash, I'm ranting again. A blog is such a good platform for ranting. The Big Guy would rather I rant on here than to him. The topic for today's rant is allergies. At least I haven't used this title before I checked. Well, the other day as I was picking up a $1 sweet tea … Continue reading Allergy Rant
Researchers in Louisiana became intrigued that alligators live in swamps, often get cuts or other injuries but rarely die from infections. The researchers studied alligator blood. They discovered that alligator blood can destroy 23 different strains of bacteria including strains that are resistant to antibiotics. Researchers hope that this discovery may lead to new drugs … Continue reading Gator Blood
voluble: characterized by a ready flow of speech. Apparently towns in Texas occasionally move around. I noticed this one when I was watching Good Morning America coverage about the removal of women and children from the polygamist sect near Eldorado, Texas. Can't remember who was giving the news but what caught my attention was when … Continue reading Things to Ponder …