Hi! Here is my latest recipe for some gluten-free old-fashioned orange muffins. These are very similar to the orange muffins that we used to sell at the Swedish Italian bakery that I used to work in as a teenager, but... Continue Reading →
“Many cases of childhood schizophrenia can be traced to celiac disease that involves intolerance to gluten grains. This disorder can also occur and young adults most commonly in the third decade of life. This condition is associated with incomplete breakdown... Continue Reading →
As owners of human bodies, we don't really get to decide to not care about our health. The consequences of this decision are a lifetime of constant struggle, descent into multiple diseases, a broken gut (and therefore broken brain) depression, and potentially, so many prescriptions that your head will spin.
"See that cookie over there? Many people are going to try to justify all of the reasons why it is OK for them to have that cookie. You want that cookie. You deserve that cookie. You cannot live without that cookie. Nobody better try to tell me I cannot have that cookie. Actually, I'm going to eat that entire bag of cookies, because I'm a grown adult, and nobody can tell me what to do. Humph."
As we know, another key to reducing inflammation is keeping the fake and refined sugar out of our diets. If I do use sugar in our home for healthy treats, I stick to real, organic maple sugar, and raw, local honey, and I don't bake every day!
So, this past weekend we decided to have our kind painters come to finally take care of the brown paint situation in our tall living room, loft and hallway. It went wonderfully, and we ended up with a beautiful whitish... Continue Reading →