As children, we all heard those words. As adults, we’re starting to realize that although mom was right about eating our vegetables and chicken soup, she might have missed the mark on corn. More on this later in the article…
Welcome to a brand new year and new information throughout the year on health-saving nutrition tips.
The history of farming closely parallels the history of technological innovation. Since we began cultivating crops, humans have looked for ways to increase yields and guarantee plentiful harvests. This should come as no surprise – nothing is more fundamentally important than guaranteeing the way we feed ourselves.
OK, let’s get to the weight loss. That’s what you’re wondering about this time of year, isn’t it? Your New Year’s resolution? Everyone at some time or another decides that this is the year to lose weight, and I’m going to assume that most of you have this as Goal #1.
When I was in nutrition and culinary school, one of my fellow classmates was deathly allergic to gluten. She was diagnosed with celiac disease, and it seemed as if even a molecule of gluten was ingested, it would made her incredibly sick. Several times, it put her in the hospital. Initially, when my friend took gluten out of her diet, she felt so much better.