Green Eggs & Ham

Green Eggs & Ham

I do not like them Sam I am… Eggs are an inexpensive and versatile source of protein rich in beneficial nutrients including omega 3 fatty acids, B vitamins, selenium and carotenoids. Food Matters for the chicken as well… pasture fed chickens produce eggs...
Beets Two Ways

Beets Two Ways

People who know me well know that I love beets. Alas, I am the only member of my tribe who shares this affinity. Over the years I have looked for ways to tempt them including soups, salads and more. I don’t have any converts yet, but I remain hopeful. It is a...
#3 Reasons You Should Be Eating More Red Cabbage

#3 Reasons You Should Be Eating More Red Cabbage

  Red cabbage contains several healthy nutrients, making this a must-have vegetable in your diet. Anti-Inflammatory Food #1 Vitamin C We all think of citrus fruits as the Vitamin C powerhouses but did you know that 1 cup of shredded red cabbage contains 66 percent of...
MS Fatigue: Food to the Rescue?

MS Fatigue: Food to the Rescue?

  Everyone has experienced tiredness or fatigue at some point in their life. But MS fatigue is not your everyday, run of the mill low energy day. In fact many individuals with MS report that fatigue is one of their most challenging symptoms. Many people have tried to...
Beans, Beans… they are good for your heart

Beans, Beans… they are good for your heart

Beans are known as the “musical fruit”. Funny, right? Aside from inspiring humorous little sayings, Beans are healthy! They provide a wealth of healthy nutrition benefit for a very low cost. Organizations like the American Heart Association and the...

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