Join Tamara and Kelly as we share all the interesting real food news items we found this week. Grab a glass of your favorite beverage and enjoy our Friday Happy Hour!
Here are some posts from around the blogosphere that Tamara and Kelly found interesting this week. So grab a glass of your favorite beverage and enjoy! Cheers!
I posted previously about Eating Rules October Unprocessed challenge. Well, October has begun! You can take the pledge here! There are some great posts and information on how to eat ‘unprocessed’, tips, recipes, etc. here. There is also an amazing October Unprocessed Guide in pdf format for you to download here. My family has signed the pledge and will participate. … Read More
Could you go one month without eating processed foods? That is the challenge that Andrew Wilder over at Eating Rules is asking people to undertake! For the month of October, he is asking people to pledge to avoid processed foods. You can sign up over at his site. What an awesome idea! Processed foods fill the diets of so many … Read More
I am sure you have seen by now the big study from Stanford that came out September 4th stating that “The published literature lacks strong evidence that organic foods are significantly more nutritious than conventional foods.” (source) Almost every media outlet carried some sort of headline such as “Organic Foods No Better For You” and “Study Sees No Nutritional Edge … Read More
Greek yogurt has gained tremendous popularity over the past several years. Plain Greek yogurt is supposed to be higher in protein and lower in sugar and has a thicker consistency than plain regular yogurt. People have really fallen in love with it! I was first introduced to Greek-style yogurt in 1996, while living in Amman, Jordan. A container of lebneh (similar … Read More
I recently stumbled upon this Nutrient Dense Food Pyramid courtesy of Sandrine Hahn of Nourishing our Children that addresses where our priorities should be. I love it. And, I think our country would be a much healthier Nation if we were all to follow guidelines such as those in the picture above as well as the Weston A. Price Foundation’s Healthy 4 Life dietary guidelines.