Monthly January, 2013
Vegans and vegetarians have always been mostly women. I’m not sure why, maybe women are more aware of how food makes them feel, or weight control, or are more easily moved by animals. It turns out that maybe the vegan diet loves them back. An ongoing study funded by the National Cancer Institute and done
There is nothing quite so perfect in this icy cold winter than a steaming bowl of soup. And a really delicious, healthy way to make a simple soup sing is miso. If you are not already a convert, miso is a salted, fermented paste from the Japanese pantry, and is often used in traditional Korean
Greetings from Minnesota, where things are grey and cold. Nothing epic, but it’s definitely a time when folks feel a little low on energy. Add the recent outbreaks of flu and you have a real yearning for some healthy fruit that just might give you an edge in the war with germs. Luckily, this time
Health food fads come and go. I remember when aloe juice, oat bran, and fat-free everything had their days. One such supplement that I remember people chugging was chlorophyll. Maybe it was because I worked in a health food store, so I met alot of supplement fanatics. Nowadays, you hardly hear mention of chlorophyll.