My family’s Whataburger days are OVER!

Well, my work is done. In the last four days, my mother and I navigated through the grocery store, cooked a few healthy meals together and purged the pantry of  all foods equivalent to a science experiment. I think tonight I will sleep a little better. I have been trying to get my family to Read More …

Nourishing the body: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.

Now that we have taken about 25 steps forward in my last blog, I thought we’d take about 15 back! A friend of mine wanted a sample menu plan of how I eat, I hesitated at first, because what I like, and what works for me, might not work for everyone else. This is what Read More …

Aspartame, Petrochemicals, GMOs …. OH MY!

www.naturalnewstv.com The video I posted above is a prime example of what is wrong with our food supply and why I try to  avoid processed foods and foods with additives and preservatives . My neighbor, Randy, was shocked after seeing this video.  As we discussed it, he grabbed a muffin from a batch he had Read More …

Milk and I are over.

“They aren’t sugar free” my favorite neighbor, Randy, exclaimed as he offered me a cupcake he  made for his daughter’s birthday. He knew I was on a mission to lose weight and I suppose that was his way of helping me. “Oh, … I don’t eat sugar free” I responded. Randy looked puzzled, “You confuse Read More …

Eating Local, Organic, Seasonal & Sometimes Going Without

I crave strawberries. I crave them sliced and on top of a waffle, with creamy, thick Greek yogurt and maple syrup. So last year I went through withdrawals, as Summer was winding down  it was getting harder and harder to find organic strawberries, and by November it was impossible.  I will not buy conventional strawberries, Read More …