I hate lawns.
No offense to any of you self described lawn freaks out there, but the fact is that the more perfect and unblemished a lawn is, the more I hate it.
Perhaps my extreme distaste for perfect lawns comes from my own Mother’s obsession with lawns while I was growing up.
It appears that for the vast majority of vegetarians, abstaining from meat is only a phase rather than a permanent life choice.
According to Psychology Today, roughly 75% of vegetarians eventually return to eating meat with 9 years being the average length of time of abstinence.
The most common reason former vegetarians cited as the reason they returned to meat was declining health.
America is in pain. And, this world of hurt is fueling an epidemic of pharmacy robberies across the country. Addicts and a new breed of drug dealer are resorting to extreme violence to keep their supply of prescription painkillers flowing.
Just last week in Long Island New York, a depraved addict who was once an Army private and intelligence analyst gunned down a pharmacist,
My friend Kristin over at Food Renegade – a fellow Real Food Media blogger – is currently accepting enrollments for the Summer semester of her Real Food Nutrition and Health E-Course.
This course is geared for children ages 12 and up to teach them the principles of Real Food and how what we eat determines our health.
The GAPS Diet is the best approach for healing the gut and putting autoimmune disease of all kinds into remission that I have ever come across.
That being said, the 6 months to 3 years that folks need to be on GAPS to reverse these conditions (on average) is a huge change from the way they were eating before –
I spend quite a bit of time each week answering comments on my blogs, both old and new. I love answering comments and no question is ever a “dumb” question in my book. The only dumb questions are the ones that never get asked!
That being said, there are always a few comments each week that really grab my attention for whatever reason.
When I wrote the post about how to heal a cavity, I had no idea that the post would end up being circulated around dental forums where it became the target of ridicule and even anger from a number disbelieving dentists. The fact is that teeth can and do heal, even those in need of a root canal.