When my first child was a young toddler, I didn’t know about the importance of serving wholesome fats with vegetables. Science has shown that doing this significantly improves nutrient absorption. A healthy fat mashed in with baby food also greatly improves satisfaction from the meal. This means the child feels full much longer.
It’s Friday afternoon. You’ve just looked at the calendar and suddenly realized that your good friends of many years are coming over to dinner and they are (gasp) vegetarian!
No worries. Just serve a nice veggie stir fry cooked in ghee or expeller pressed coconut oil and whip up creme brulee for dessert.
Have you noticed that healthfood stores in recent months seem to be carrying an ever increasing variety of snack chips? In addition to the typical potato and corn chips, I’ve noticed taro chips, black bean chips, and even chips made from chickpeas! My grocery store is also getting into the action with a large display of lentil chips that is very prominent right as you walk in the door.
Editor’s Note: Dr. Jill Tieman is a fellow Chapter Leader for the Weston A. Price Foundation. I got to know Jill last year at the Wise Traditions Conference in Dallas and look forward to reconnecting with her again at Wise Traditions 2012 in Santa Clara, November 9-11, 2012.
The biggest bonus is that this dish will fool even the most die-hard carb monsters in your home according to Ashley Tudor,
By Fitness Editor Paula Jager, CSCS
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