Category Archives for "Diet"
A basic guide and starting point to helping you and your family engage in healthy eating, nourish your bodies and minds, and prevent disease. WHY?Why should we invest in good food and in learning how to eat and nourish ourselves?All it takes is one commercial break while watching television to see what the corporations want us […]Continue reading
When analyzing brain foods, one of the most important things to look at besides toxicity (foreign to our bodies, i.e. artificial) is the glycemic index. If you don’t already know how important it is, start paying attention to the glycemic index (GI) of food and observe how you feel in relation to this one marker. […]Continue reading
Buda Citizens for Safe Water is a small grass-roots organization that we created based on our concerns with the City of Buda trying to add Hydrofluorosilic Acid (HFSA) to the water system without the consent of its residents. HFSA is a waste product of the fertilizer and aluminum industries and verifiably contains lead and arsenic. […]Continue reading
Complete deprivation only works for so long. Today we are surrounded by healthier alternatives to all the junky foods we used to love. This desert is quite lovely and guilt free.Why guilt free? Well, THERE’S NO SUGAR HERE!Only organic cacao, coconut, & wildflower honey. Rest assured though that these truffles have plenty of good stuff […]Continue reading
Creamy Cauliflower Mash: 4 servings INGREDIENTS 4 c. cauliflower 1 c. coconut milk 1/2 – 1 tsp garlic powder 1/2 – 1 tsp onion powder Salt and pepper taste INSTRUCTIONS Steam or boil cauliflower until soft. Process it in a food processor with the remaining ingredients until smooth. Coconut Crusted Chicken Bites: 4 servings INGREDIENTS […]Continue reading
As with the other gluten free grains that have been mentioned on this blog, millet too should be properly (traditionally) prepared in order to A) get the full spectrum of nutrients it has to offer, and B) prevent the protective coating called “lectin” from irritating your intestinal lining. Pretty much all grains have some sort of […]Continue reading
This porridge is an excellent source of protein (Quinoa is actually a complete protein). It’s very high in fiber, has a lot of antioxidants, and is also a good source of many of the minerals people are regularly depleted in such as Magnesium, Potassium, & Zinc…it’s also high in Iron. It’s best if you soak quinoa overnight so […]Continue reading