A 21st Century Hunter and Gatherer – An Ancestral Way of Living for Better Health . . . .
Which came first, the pastured chicken or the conventional chicken? Well, technically, chickens have been around for a really long time. There is evidence of chickens in ancient Greece and Egypt well before Christ (5th Century B.C.). They likely originated in Southeast Asia. If you have ever spent time with chickens you might think [...]
During the past week the news headlines are giving us a bit of a much needed break from politics as they turn more attention toward the upcoming Super Bowl this Sunday.
Are you interested in supporting your colon’s ability to fight cancer? How about trying to lose weight or maintain weight? What about managing your blood sugar? Food truly is medicine . . . . read more about foods that are sources of resistant starch to improve your health.
How much broccoli can you realistically eat? What if you could obtain the same amount of cancer fighting nutrients by consuming one ounce of broccoli microgreens vs. 20 ounces of the adult broccoli plant?
Salad, oh yeah! I just threw together this amazing salad before the first hard frost. Check it out; mixed garden greens, shredded daikon radish, calendula flower petals and borage flowers (this beautiful little flower is my logo). All the above came right out of my garden. I added a handful of pomegranate seeds, a twist [...]
I took a break from work today to enjoy this gluten-free lunch out on my front porch while soaking up some sunshine for 30 minutes. The day is a perfect sunny 68 degrees. I threw together this healthy meal in 10 minutes! [...]