INTRO

I am frustrated that we don’t realize how much our diets affect our health. I am frustrated by what parents feed their kids.  I hope to teach people about REAL food, CLEAN food, GOOD food, and to transform our diets, our minds, and ultimately our lives.

I spent decades eating huge portions of processed food.  Fortunately, I learned how important eating REAL FOOD is for our health.  I am not a writer, I certainly am not a chef.  I am a physician, a wife, a parent, a friend, an athlete, and a lover of food.

This blog is for anyone who enjoys food, strives to eat real food, but prefers less intricate recipes.  It’s for anyone trying to easily feed themselves and their families food that won’t cause them harm.  It’s for people curious about what it means to eat healthfully.

This blog is to help remind those who already know healthy eating is imperative and to teach those who don’t.

The blog is an exploration of my own struggles with food and sugar addiction.

 

 

7 thoughts on “INTRO

    1. Are you kidding?! I didn’t eat a vegetable until my 30s!
      Thankfully have learned to love them–especially now that I know how nourishing they are.
      WHat made you “come form the sugar camp?)
      Have you seen Food Matters? Food inc?
      thanks for the follow–and do let me know what’s important to you!

      1. Well…luckily I liked veggies fine–I just had to learn to omit dairy, wheat, and sugar! Then eggs and nuts…fortunately not food altogether! Seriously, slow transit constipation, lifelong. Ahem. Yeah. My husband and I are a two physician family, and I got time to stay home and homeschool my kids. So I decided to make time to read about my problem. Put my family on a whole-food, dairy free, grain free diet, and whammo–most problems cured (allergies, sinusitis, childhood constipation, some ADHD type symptoms, chronic cough, headaches, etc). Some problems still getting there. Made me and my hubby a believer. I have not checked out Food Matters or Food Inc. Will add to the list. Good luck!

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