Rhubarb Crumble – a British dessert with some great health benefits!

Rhubarb Crumble When buying fruits and veggies in our local supermarket in Wichita, I often buy things that the person on the checkout doesn’t recognize. This happened a short while ago with rhubarb, a favoritefruit of mine which looks a bit like red celery but that has a sweet, tart, flavor …

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Sensitive child? Some helps for moms with sensitive children

My sensitive children – in my opinion, in my experience… I’m going to start this post with a great quote from one of my favorite judges on the tv series The Good Wife.  Don’t know if you follow that series but there is a judge on there that all the lawyers …

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Oh No! Not more GMOs! Do you realize that alfalfa is next? | Time to stop being food-illiterate

GMOs

Why members of the public are rallying over GMOs and labeling of our foods GMOs stand for Genetically Modified Organisms, and you are probably eating them somewhere in your diet.  Did you know that?  Probably not, because they’re not labeled. Just this weekend all over the USA, GMO rallies were …

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Homeopathy key point – the symptom is the cure in progress

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Introducing a long time friend and colleague, Nicola Smith, discussing the homeopathy key point – the symptom is the cure in progress Following my post yesterday, Healing is a Multi-dimensional phenomenon, Not One Solution Fits All  Nicola sent me this comment on Facebook and asked me to add the information …

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The Great Chicken Nugget Debate – and ‘it takes a village’

Dr Mercola and You-Know-Who’s Chicken Nuggets Read an article recently from Dr Mercola’s site about chicken nuggets from you-know-where (just think golden, and arches, in that order). Dr Mercola is an osteopathic physician, known as a DO and can prescribe medication and perform surgery in all 50 states.  He has …

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Intuitive eating | Cinnamon, honey and influenza (the ‘flu season’)

cinammon and intuitive eating

Intuitive eating for flu remedies – e.g. ‘eating what you feel like’ (within reason!) My oldest daughter age 8, came down with a fever last Saturday night, followed by coughing and sneezing and general tiredness. Fortunately for me, she’s always been pretty good at self care, even around age 3-4 …

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