For as long as I can remember, I have had a sweet tooth. It is especially strong after a meal.
We’re finally knee-deep into the summer months. This likely means lots of summer BBQ’s, gatherings, parties…and alcoholic beverages.
In addition to sharing this delicious, nutrient-packed jam, I have other exciting news to share…
I’m now a homeowner!!
We’re hearing a lot about the relationship between inflammation and diet. Numerous diets and foods are being touted to reduce inflammation – but what does this mean exactly? Can what we eat actually reduce inflammation? What is this ‘inflammation’ exactly?
Hello friends! I’ve been able to spend some more time in the kitchen because of some changes in my work schedule. My full time maternity leave contract ended a few weeks ago. Initially, I didn’t know what to do with myself during all of this extra free time (I am lost without a routine)! However after escaping for a short vacation (we flew to California and drove the coast from LA to San Fran!)
I have been making an effort to familiarize myself with popular ‘Diet Books’ and am currently reading Micheal Moss’s Salt Sugar Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us. I try to look at these books with a some degree of skepticism, as not all are built on good evidence (one of the worst being Wheat Belly…but that is in another post) or they tend to exaggerate the truth to generate publicity.