Proponents of low carb diets love to talk about how eating carbs is “bad for you.” Sure…eating too many carbs, just like eating too much of anything, will negatively impact our health. That’s because eating in an unbalanced way creates an extreme metabolic environment, and managing the fallout from those extremes taxes our bodies. But … More Yes, You Do Need Carbs
I used to do intermittent fasting before it was trendy. In fact, it was so long ago that it wasn’t even called intermittent fasting. It was called “skipping breakfast,” and it went something like this: Wake up. Don’t eat breakfast. Eat lunch. (Maybe) eat a snack. Eat dinner. Don’t eat any more. And it worked … More My Experience With Intermittent Fasting (AKA a Post About Breakfast)
Last summer, I was having some problems with my eye, which led to me getting an MRI of my head and brain. (Fortunately, I have no more news to report on that note.) In any case, I was given a disc copy of the imaging and pretty much immediately brought it home to start studying … More How Well Do You REALLY Know Yourself?
Today’s blog post is in honor of my two year blog-iversary. On March 11th, 2018, I wrote about Cookies, Kale and Intuitive Eating. Today, I’m writing about cake! I was looking up cookie recipes on Pinterest the other day, and started getting really irritated because most of the yummy looking images I clicked on ended … More Eat the D@mn Cake
I love baking during Christmas time. Every year my sister and I get together for a [completely excessive] baking marathon, and share the sweetness with our friends, family, and loved ones. We have a blast, with dozens of eggs, multiple packages of butter from Costco, entire 12-lb bags of flour… It’s amazing. And it also … More Coconut-Almond Crème Cups