Did you know March is National Nutrition Month? This was declared way back in 1973. You’d think that with a full month every year for over 40 years for focusing on nutrition, that the health of our nation would have greatly improved since then. Do you want to guess whether Americans … Continue reading →
One of my favorite breakfasts is Steel Cut Oats. Years ago I didn’t think I liked them. I’d grown up on rolled oats and eaten those my entire life. But when I tried Steel Cut in more recent years, I found I loved them! The texture of the Steel Cut is … Continue reading →
Not on the road this week, but I’ve been on the road a lot this past year. Business building, parents’ hospitalizations, family trips. Traveling is fun (most of the time), but not always the best for healthy eating. In addition, the added stress of traveling (even when it is fun, … Continue reading →
What else for today but Green Smoothies? No Luck o’ the Irish needed, just the proven science of biology. These are good stuff for your body. It’s no secret that a primary secret to health is dark green leafy vegetables, the most nutrient dense foods available, and low in calories too. … Continue reading →
Homemade Almond Milk has become our usual choice here. It is so easy and quick, and tastes delicious and can be used in all recipes. However, occasionally someone needs it NOW, and almonds haven’t been soaked and they don’t want to take the minute to strain, yada yada. Frankly, if … Continue reading →
If you’ve been a reader of my ‘from me’ blog long-term, you know I have several yogurt making posts there. I’ve also written a Beginner’s Handbook for Yogurt Making. But it’s time to experiment again. Dairy-free yogurts tend to not set up as well without additives. I don’t really like … Continue reading →
On my other blog, over the years, I’ve posted our experiences in making many different milk alternatives. We have been dairy-free for close to 20 years. Over those years we have tried soy milks, rice milks, raw goat’s milk and many others. For the last at least couple of years we have landed at … Continue reading →
Can you believe it? One of the things I’ve never made from scratch is Veggie Burgers. Long, long ago we used to buy a box of dry mix that we added water to. We lost that source, and for a while bought frozen patties, but I wasn’t completely happy with … Continue reading →
I took these bars to the Community Playhouse a couple times during Mary Poppins. A few asked for the recipe, so here it is. Peanut Butter Bars ¼ cup applesauce (apples and water only) 1 cup peanut butter, almond butter (nuts only) 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract 1 ½ teaspoons … Continue reading →
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Spring is here--or at least is trying! And we are all stuck at home, more than normal--for some. But, it is important to get outside and get fresh air and sunshine, as much as possible. They are good for the soul, and good for your health. But again, for those extra times you are stuck inside, why not make some yummy treats that will also soothe your soul without weakening your health? [ 271 more words ] freelyeatwhole.com/spring-treats/...
The Holidays are over and it's time to do repairs! Most years I create a *30 Day Health Kick Start*, or start a new round of my *Good for You 4 Life!* 7 weeks transition course, or at least host a *30 Day Cleanse* to help you get started.
This year, since I'm launching my *12 Months of Wholeness through Creativity* community, (and my plate is already overfilled--with good things, but burn out is not a good for your health goals,) I'm not doing a formal Health Kick Start.
But I encourage you to jump in and do it anyhow! I've got plenty of great resources for you. Peruse this page, and my blog--beginning with this Green Smoothie post and the Green Smoothie Guide recommended in it. frommeandmyhouse.com/gfy/green-smoothies/
As for a 30 Day Cleanse, check out my doTerra Deals public group for information on a great gentle but effective cleanse, and link to my upline's 30 Day Cleanse group. DoTerra Deals from God’s Scents
And, for *12 Months of Wholeness through Creativity*, join us for monthly Freedom & Simplicity™ projects that help you open up your creativity, reduce stress, and even heal from brain or trauma injury. Crafting is excellent therapy–whether that is just for general relaxation or brain healing. The projects I present will be designed specifically to help move you forward in life, in Joy and Wholeness. The instructions will be on my blog, and the community for sharing completed projects and chit chat in a Facebook group. 12 Months of Wholeness through Creativity ...
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