The gluten free household faces unique challenges. Even though gluten-free products have become more mainstream, they still cost between 2 to 10 times more than conventional alternatives. And even at those hefty prices, gluten free products like pancake mixes are… [read]
Squash is pretty much synonymous with fall in my house. Typically, during September we are up to our eyeballs in a bounty of harvest from our garden. Every countertop is stacked with squash, onions, potatoes, carrots, and beets. It’s a… [read]
We all know that fruit is good for us. The steady stream of research and articles on the subject reminds us constantly of the amazing antioxidant benefits of blueberries and how an apple a day keeps the doctor away. When… [read]
It wasn’t that long ago when we were told saturated fats were bad for us, that they clogged the arteries. Well, new studies have shown that was a myth; coconut oil is good for your health. Common sense should have… [read]
I am an herb lover, but I am also a spa lover.
When you put the two together, you have the start of a journey of delight.
It is all about relaxation in your own surroundings and using herbs from… [read]
Restore Joints, Blood Vessels, Skin, Bone, Intestines, and More…
We argue over the great nutritional deficiencies of our time. Some say Omega 3s, others propose low mineral levels like magnesium, selenium, and zinc while still others cite the lack of… [read]
Much of the work we do as gardeners involves pulling weeds, and many of us can attest that this is not our favorite part. The good news is that there are many common garden weeds you can leave right where… [read]