I’ve never been that much of a milk drinker, but I do love dairy products. Cheese and ice cream are staples in my life, and I like having the option of dairy protein for snacks and meal options. Throughout my disordered eating days, I avoided dairy for the most part, and when I really committed … More Low Lactose Dairy Foods (for the intolerant/sensitive eater)
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?
I discovered this recipe nearly ten years ago, and after making it so often, I’ve pretty much memorized it. I say “pretty much” because I don’t think the recipe in my head is the same as whatever recipe I found online so long ago, but nonetheless it’s delicious. In fact, it’s so delicious that I … More Southwest Sweet Potatoes
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
When it comes to healthy eating, the key is cultivating balance between foods that are nutritious and foods that are delicious. In an ideal world, everything we eat would be both. But of course, we live in the real world, not the ethereal ideal world, so we sometimes end up eating foods that aren’t our … More How I Build My Meals