Monthly September, 2015
The first coverage of The Whole Grain Promise, in the wonderful Washington Post.
September’s the in-between season, when we might be languorously savoring a golden Fall day, or we might be clutching our sweaters just to keep the brisk wind from chilling our bones. It’s Nature’s way of giving us a little nudge, to let us know that Winter is Coming. Enjoy your walks in the sun, because
September is Whole Grains Month, and since it’s always time for whole grains at my house, I’m going to feature several favorites as the month goes on. Of all the Ancient Grains, Quinoa has been most successful in becoming a household name. Sure, farro has its moments of fame, but quinoa started a slow build
Sitting in a waiting room some time this summer, I picked up a health and fitness magazine and started leafing through it. (Sorry, I can’t remember which one.) But I remember a small feature on how women’s mindsets affected their workouts. It seems that when a group of slightly overweight women were asked to describe how
Ease. We all want life to be easy. Or at least the basics shouldn’t be so difficult that we struggle just to keep ourselves going. There is almost no realm of life that people want to be easier than the acquisition of food. It’s the reason for fast food and packaged food: Ease. But Ease