Going Organic!

I’ve been eating “organic” food for at least 25 years now. I’ve written about this very topic before but I will revisit now as it’s worth a conversation. Especially in light of the news that scientists have proven that glysophate sprayed on crops is a carcinogen. It causes the big C. Switching to organic at […]

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High blood pressure busters!

So many people today are on blood pressure meds. It is important that some people take these meds to keep things in check. But there are so many people taking these meds so they have an “easy” out for eating unhealthy foods. There are foods that help keep blood pressure in check. I’ve written about […]

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A good life lesson

I’m always looking for a good life lesson….a story about someone who has overcome adversity, or a lesson shared between a parent and a child to teach the child how to live strong and compassionate and well. There are so many life lessons out there to grab onto. If you are looking for them you […]

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SALAD SEASON

Summer is here and with this awesome season of sunshine, green grass and fresh fruit and veggies comes “SALAD SEASON”. Salads are easy and the possibilities are endless as to what you can add to your greens. I always buy organic greens such as spinach, arugula, mixed greens, baby kale, romaine, and butter lettuce. I […]

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10 Years Without Alcohol

Wow….it’s so hard to believe that my sweetie and I chose to stop drinking alcohol June 25th, 2009….and it’s been 10 years since then. We are so glad we made this choice. First of all because it is so much better for my Multiple Sclerosis but more so it was a good decision for both […]

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Raw vs. Cooked Spinach

Good question right? Do you know the answer to this. I did not know but was in a situation that caused me to research this very topic. I had a large package of raw organic spinach in my fridge this week that was at it’s “best before date”. I knew that we were not going […]

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I love my SLOW COOKER!

If there is one thing I have learned about living with a fatigue rich disease such as MS, is to prepare our evening meal in the morning when my energy is best. My slow cooker has become my most used kitchen appliance. I love it. By the late afternoon and early evening my MS fatigue […]

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Coffee…has become my “drug” of choice!

Yes, that is correct. I am back to drinking coffee after about 25 years of consuming green tea as my “caffeine” fix. Coffee has taken prominence in my day. I am really enjoying a couple of cups of coffee each day. Meeting socially around a cup of coffee…taking an afternoon break from whatever my sweetie […]

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Oranges

Oranges fell off my radar screen when I gave up orange juice many years ago. Why? I don’t know. I remember as a teenager, I would cut up two oranges and eat them as my “infront of the tv” snack. That was a good habit for a teenager. I personally don’t drink orange juice as […]

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Disease vs. Nutrition

It’s not something new. It’s something we need to be reminded of from time to time though. EAT MORE FRUIT AND VEGGIES! There is a definite link between disease and lack of fruit and vegetables in the diet of this fast paced society we live in. A scientific study by Imperial College of London strongly […]

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