Monthly Archives: January 2011

Reminder of a Great Resource

I mentioned in a previous post what a great site whfoods.com was. That stands for World’s Healthiest Foods. I don’t agree with everything that they say, but you know, this is a TREMENDOUS resource, and I’m not sure how many … Continue reading

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Check out Healthy Seafood

This is a good resource…..The Monterrey Bay Aquarium’s “Seafood Watch” is a great site to find out what seafood you should be eating and what you should be staying away from. ┬áCheck it out! Hey! ….wild caught Pacific sardines (from … Continue reading

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Sardines

I’ve been looking for a simple way to use sardines and this recipe from Dr. Weil is really good. Sardines are very high in Omega 3 fatty acids and are one of the healthier choices we can make as far … Continue reading

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Exercise Instead of the Flu Shot?

I’ve stated in another post that I think that pushing for every single American from age 6 months old until death to get an annual flu shot is bad policy. Actually, I think I said it was silly and greedy … Continue reading

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2 Chicken Broth Recipes… and Roasted Chicken too!

This is how I make chicken or turkey stock. This method makes use of the leftovers from a roasted chicken or turkey. I love the flavor and mine always “gels”, which if you read the previous post, you’ll know is … Continue reading

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Why You Should Make Bone Broth!

Want to avoid becoming the bionic man or woman with metal hips and knees? Maybe you should consider making this a big part of your diet….. There’s nothing more traditional, as far as cooking goes, than bone broths. I bet … Continue reading

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Were These Part of Your New Years Resolutions?

1. Make Unprocessed, Organically Grown, Whole Foods the basis of your diet fish, poultry and animals raised humanely and allowed to grow and eat the way nature intended (& without all the added chemicals, antibiotics, etc…). fruits and veggies picked … Continue reading

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