Interesting! I wonder if this would be possible in SLC, where we don't have year-round Farmer's Markets (which I really miss). Hmmm... I may be on a new quest. Aisle Not: Why One Woman Quit Grocery Stores for a Year | TakePart - Inspiration to Action She had just seen Food, Inc., Participant Media's documentary … Continue reading No grocery stores for a year? Hmmm…
The blood work is back and everything is "normal". (They did NOT do the test for celiac though, because I hadn't eaten gluten in a couple weeks and the test is expensive and it's not always accurate, and blah blah blah.) The doctor said they don't know what's wrong so they'll just call it IBS … Continue reading It's IBS
I went to the doctor today and I weigh less than 130 pounds for the first time in at least 10 years. And that was in clothes & shoes. I can't even remember the last time I was under 130. Even when I did P90 & P90X several years ago, I never got under 130. … Continue reading Under 130
Have you seen the movie Food, Inc. yet? WOW. It's a real eye-opener. I had no idea the animals were being treated that bad. And there's no reason for such inhumane treatment of the animals! I wish "network television" would show it and all Americans would watch it. People need to know what they're eating.
All I can say about this is ewwww... How Factory Farms Are Pumping Americans Full of Deadly Bacteria and Pathogens - alternet.org We're getting sicker and sicker, thanks to gruesome conditions in animal agriculture nationwide. Here's more about our food safety... Chicken Safety: Consumer Reports Investigates http://www.consumerreports.org Consumer Reports investigates chicken safety and how you … Continue reading Bad news about our food supply
I've been reading about the Specific Carbohydrate Diet. My "random & sudden" allergies to dairy, peanuts, & chocolate actually make sense inside this paradigm. SCD also explains why rice & quinoa hurt my tummy even tho they are gluten-free. Turns out the original diet cure for celiacs was GRAIN-free, not merely gluten-free. Hmmm. More to … Continue reading The Specific Carbohydrate Diet