Posts Tagged ‘nutrition’
Seriously, I like to eat dirt. Okay, maybe I should clarify that by “dirt” I mean clay. I eat clay. And by clay, I’m talking about Bentonite clay. But, yes, I really do eat clay. And I think you should, too*.
This blog really is designed to promote all aspects of healthy living, although I believe that at least 85% of health begins (or ends) in the kitchen… hence the recent “surge” of food-related posts. It’s on my mind a lot.
Now that we have a sense of where this ridiculous fat-phobia came from, let’s talk nutrition. Experts and scientists are finally talking about the essential benefits of fat. When you consider that our brains are more than two-thirds fat, and that our brain cell membranes are made of Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs), it’s easy to see that [...]
During my college days I felt like I was always trying to get control of my weight. I danced 8+ hours a day. I avoided junk food. And I did what the world told me to do: Eat a low fat diet. From what the nutritional world told me I should have been a lean-mean [...]
I have a dream. In that dream I have lots of money. Because I would love to give each of you a copy of this book. But, alas. That dream has yet to come true. So for now I will have to give just one lucky winner a copy of the book Deep Nutrition.