I’m Crazy Because I Eat Healthy and I Want to Help Others Eat Healthy Too!

You know I have heard this so many times it is not even funny anymore.  People who don’t value or understand the benefits of eating healthy seem to criticize those around them who want to focus on eating to live. Eating to live is a fascinating concept where the human body desires to eat those things that are going to enhance its ability to fight … Continue reading I’m Crazy Because I Eat Healthy and I Want to Help Others Eat Healthy Too!

Help your Digestion with this Delicious Cost Effective Remedy

I used to do a lot of juicing in the past but it is very time-consuming and messy. We still juice at home but these past 2 years I find myself making more super nutritious smoothies than juices.  Making smoothies is a great alternative to juicing. It is much faster, less messy, and you also get all the fiber in addition to juice. I must … Continue reading Help your Digestion with this Delicious Cost Effective Remedy

What am I Eating – Is it Poison? Part 2

Keeping little children healthy can become a frustrating task.  The same goes for the elderly like my 87-year-old grandma. But let’s face it; staying healthy is an issue for everyone regardless of age.  There are many books, articles, classes, and reports available on how to be healthy and have a strong immune system but most of them seem to leave out one very important area, … Continue reading What am I Eating – Is it Poison? Part 2

Nourishing Kids, Schools and Communities with Farm to School Network

The National Farm to School connects schools (K-12) and local farms with the objectives of serving healthy meals in school cafeterias, improving student nutrition, providing agriculture, health, and nutrition education opportunities, and supporting local and regional farmers. The Network sprouted from the desire to support community-based food systems, strengthen family farms, and improve student health by reducing childhood obesity. The Farm to School approach helps children understand where … Continue reading Nourishing Kids, Schools and Communities with Farm to School Network