4 Dangers with Today’s Foods – Glyphosate, GMO’s, Celiac Disease, & Gluten

A century ago, before manufacturers processed foods, fruits and vegetables grew on farms and were distributed to local regions. The produce was fresh and needed to be eaten quickly. Wheat was a whole grain and had a short shelf life. Today manufacturers remove the bran and germ from the wheat kernel, so it doesn’t contain … Read more

Meal-Worthy Soups from the Pantry

Are you looking for new recipes to use with pantry-staple foods? If yes, enjoy these simple, easy-to-cook bean soup recipes. I know my pantry is stocked with dried goods due to the Coronavirus crisis. Dried beans are a nutritious staple that has a long shelf life and are high in protein. I have a whole … Read more

Fight Stress Eating with Easy Healthy Snacks

The coronavirus scare has caused many of us to eat more than we should. When the number of active cases in our county jumps, we grab our favorite comfort food. Our reaction to fear can cause us to gain unwanted weight. We can fight our love handles by purchasing healthy snacks and calling upon God … Read more

How to Make Healthy Lifestyle Changes

Recently, I was reading a scientific book about how to change habits. It takes 63 days to form a new habit, not 21. One practice that is very difficult to change is eating habits. To effectively change a habit, you want to gain knowledge so that you alter your subconscious mind which is your belief … Read more

Healthy Eating After the Holidays

Did you overindulge on holiday foods? I did. Last night while playing Monopoly with my three children I noticed I was quite indecisive and slow. I realized this was due to the large intake of sugar and delicious wheat products I had been eating during the month of December. Generally, I avoid sugar and wheat, … Read more