Tag Archives: food sensitivities

Springtime Sourdough Pancakes With Cultured Fruit

As promised, here is the recipe I mentioned yesterday. The thing that makes these pancakes a springtime favorite is not actually the pancakes themselves, though they are delicious! It’s really the cultured berries that we pile on top that are seasonal. So, the recipe for the berries will be posted here, too. Notice that these …

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It’s Spring! What’s For Breakfast?

Breakfast food is so great that people put it in it’s own category. When you eat “breakfast food” at another time of day, it’s sort of a big deal. I always used to love going out for breakfast or brunch, when it was acceptable to eat foods from the “breakfast” category or the “lunch” category, …

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If You Still Get A Cold Or Flu: 7 Tips

You’ve been taking all of my recommendations to heart, right? Maybe so, perhaps not. So what if you get sick anyway? If you are new to the world of holistic health and radical good nutrition, trust me, any small changes for the better will pay off! But, it may take some time before you see …

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Baby Steps Or A Giant Leap?

During my training to become a certified health coach, I was shown that most people can do really well with “baby steps” toward better health. You know, some people try to change everything in their diets & lifestyles overnight, jumping into a radical new eating plan, diving into intense gym workouts and all sorts of …

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Bugs And Fibromyalgia

You know that feeling after doing something physically demanding, when you are so exhausted that you can barely move? Your muscles are sore, even tender. You may even have a headache from being over-tired, and you may have trouble sleeping, even though that’s all you want to do. Imagine feeling this way for weeks and …

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Weight: One Piece of the Puzzle

The online community will never replace real flesh and blood, as some warn. But, I have “met” some fine folks from all over the globe via this blog and other internet sources. I think it’s pretty fantastic. Several of the people with whom I dialogue have made a public conversation around the issue of weight …

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Real Food – Getting What Your Body Needs

“What supplements/types of supplements do you recommend?” In the privacy of my own brain, I usually think to myself, “You wouldn’t need supplements if you ate well!” I do believe that the body and food were made for each other, meaning that ideal nutrition comes from good quality, whole foods. However, the reality is that …

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What They Don’t Tell Us

Last year, I embarked on a singular experience. I attended the Health Coach Training Program at the Institute For Integrative Nutrition in New York, via their online programming. During the course of the school year, I learned a ton of new information, and as a result, re-evaluated all sorts of aspects of my life. One …

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Gluten-Free Brownies From the Frugal Gourmet

This post is a re-blog from Nick, at Frugal Feeding, a favorite food blog of mine. Gluten-Free Brownies Specifically gluten-free fare isn’t something dabbled in particularly often at frugalfeeding. The fact these brownies contain no gluten is simply a product of my desire for the squidgy, dense and moist – enjoy. Gluten has many positive …

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A Great Little Restaurant: Tasty Harmony

I’ve been hearing about Tasty Harmony restaurant in Ft.Collins lately. Recently, my son, Lee, had a birthday, so we decided that was a fine reason to celebrate with lunch at this new restaurant. It’s located at 130 S. Mason, in the same block as Everyday Joe’s, a beloved coffee shop. Here’s what the website says, …

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