Squash is a member of one of the oldest vegetable families in the world. It is a very versatile vegetable that can be used in soups, stews, purees, desserts and pies. There are also many kinds which are just decorative. There are 2 Categories of Squash: Summer Squash, which have bush vines, tender skin and are […]
Are there better options than bags full of vitamins and pills? One-third of Americans (and an even higher percentage of Canadians) takes vitamin and mineral supplements each day. Reasons include: 1. Our new understanding of the body's requirements for particular chemical nutrients. For example, Vitamin C helps reduce free radical damage in cells. It's […]
This special occasion vegetarian dinner is easy to prepare and a balanced meal in terms of acid/alkaline and food combining. The most time consuming is the nut loaf but it is so delicious that it is worth it and does not take as much time as cooking a turkey. Also, it is full of protein from all […]
Don’t Let SAD Get You Down In winter time when the days are short, many people (mostly women) suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).
What was once thought of as a ‘silly mood’ that you should be shaking off by a bit of positive thinking and some hard work has now been recognized as a real physiological condition with real causes and luckily, real strategies to help.
10 Solutions (Fixes) which include real foods and powerfoods.
In the winter time when the days are short, many people (women) suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).
I feel like a master chef! I've created more new dishes from my kitchen in the last few days than in the last few years. I'm the 'test cooker' for Diana's new recipe book filled with Powerfoods. That means I get an advance copy and see if I can easily follow all the directions and […]