Holistic Nutrition Blog

French Green Clay–Why I Recommend Mud

"You're going to make me drink mud, aren't you?" "No, it's entirely your choice.  I'm just saying that it is real -  not an addictive drug. It's inexpensive and [...]

Class: Everyday Living Course Curriculum

Everyday Living With Asian Medicine & Holistic Nutrition 9 week program September 4 - October 30th, 2019 This course is designed to give participants a strong foundation in Chinse/Asian [...]

All About Apricots

Grandpa Herman kept a small apricot tree just past one of his rose gardens. Gnarled and ancient, the tree draped over a path that led to the large vegetable gardens, [...]

My Views On Eating Well

Choosing a nutritionist to work with can be a challenge. The media is flooded with ideas of what is good and bad in the realm of food.  Many of [...]

Raspberries – Red, Black & Gold

It's raspberry season again! Growing up, the summer holidays of Memorial Day, Independence and Labor Day brought a short break from gardening and farm work.  There was always the family [...]

Pucker Up – The Sour Flavor In Health & Healing

Oranges, lemons, limes, kumkats and vinegar.... If you haven't already started salivating, you will soon.  Each of the 5 Flavors (sweet, sour, bitter, pungent and salty) all have medicinal [...]

Honeycake

Honeycake - The honey you choose will influence the flavor of the cake. Summer honeys are often lighter and more delicate than the richer late summer, early fall darker honeys. [...]

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Roses – A Fragrant, Cooling Delight at the Table

That which God said to the rose, and caused it to laugh in full-blown beauty, He said to my heart, and made it a hundred times more beautiful. Rumi [...]

Summer – Eating With The Seasons

Welcome to Summer!  Longer, warmer days encourage us to be more active, spending greater time outdoors and the sun's warmth encourages growth and maturation. Plants thrive and begin sharing their [...]