Archive for the ‘be nourished’ Category
The other week I got a message from a reader who is transitioning into real food. And I couldn’t help but picture my own confused self a couple of years back with all the same questions. Maybe you can relate, too. Holly writes:
Confession. I’m really not that much of a chocolate fan. Between that and my dislike for high heels and shopping I sometimes feel like a stranger in the “girls’ club.” But that’s okay. Despite my general “whatever” for chocolate, I love love LOVE these double chocolate cookies. Not only are they rich, soft, and so [...]
Life is busy. I’m sure you have no idea what I’m talking about, right? (yeah, right). Whether you are married, single, have children, retired, or simply breathing… chances are you are busy. That’s okay. It’s part of life. But being busy can make healthy living harder. Not impossible, but harder.
When our little C turned six months both my husband and I were excited to start introducing solid foods. As an exclusively breast-fed baby, I wanted to give her the best jump-start to eating right. I came across Gill Rapley and Tracey Murkett’s book, Baby-Led Weaning, and it’s a great approach to introducing solids that seems right [...]
I believe in desserts. No really, I do. And I still believe in being healthy. How can I believe both? Because they don’t have to be mutually exclusive. With the right ingredients dessert can be a nourishing treat.