Friends with Lyme: Kaylie

I can't remember the last time I saw Kaylie. We went to school together, so it was probably some time after we graduated from high school in 2007. Consequently, our class recently had its 10-year reunion. I couldn't go because I have Lyme disease and ME/CFS, which makes it impossible for me to get around... Continue Reading →

Supplement Advice With a Grain of Salt

The supplement industry is a billion dollar industry, it's no wonder the average American spends $30 a month on supplements while some dish out hundreds. The source behind this frivaless and at times, completely useless spending are supplement companies and their pipeline of promoters and distributors. It's pretty difficult not to come across an advertisement... Continue Reading →

Diversity is a Good Thing

These days there are so many diets available. SO MANY! There's Paleo, there's Vegan, there's South Beach, there's Pritikin, there's Raw, how many "there's" are allowed in one sentence? Pretty much any method of consuming calories that one could desire is already designed and available to try. Each methodology has its own set of rules... Continue Reading →

Where is Your Food From?

I was at Oliver's Market the other day. A strong proponent for local agriculture, the soul of their company is creating relationships with local farmers and vendors. On this day, I was talking to one of the butchers about the growing local food movement. We discussed how it's pretty cool to know where you're food... Continue Reading →

Your New Year’s Resolution: More Than Just a Tradition

Ah yes, the yearly routine of making self-improvement promises. It could be to cook more meals at home instead of darting to the fast-food joint every night or maybe to drive less--save the environment and walk or bike for transportation. Perhaps, you are aiming at a grander scale. Maybe you want a new job for... Continue Reading →

Why We Eat…

It should be fairly obvious that people eat food largely for taste. I doubt there is anyone that doesn't enjoy sweet, salty, sour or spicy food at least sometimes. Unfortunately, the concept of eating food is incredibly complex, full of conflicting motives. Those who establish taste as their primary motive for eating food are at... Continue Reading →

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