A survey of American's relationship to their kitchens reported that 10% said they loved to prepare food, 45% said they outright hated making food and 45% confessed to being ambivalent. That is 90% of the population not showing up with any enthusiasm toward this once considered “sacred … [Read more...] about Do Americans Hate Their Kitchens?
When I was young, I would stay the summers at my retired grandparents. My grammy would get up in the 'wee hours' and begin her day. My French grandfather, William John Paul Napoleon Carignan, would slowly enter the kitchen about 9:30 and begin cooking his bacon before frying his eggs. … [Read more...] about How Summer May Be More Harmful For Your Health
Many of us have been led to believe that declining health and chronic disease is just a circumstance of normal aging. I think we all need to take a look at what we are accepting as the norm. Because people are now having heart attacks and strokes in their 40’s. Women as young as … [Read more...] about When Just Surviving Is No Longer Enough…
March is a messy month. Between the weather and the time change our natural rhythms can be shot to bits. When your clock jumps forward it affects your daily circadian rhythms and hormone cycle for roughly a week, creating a feeling of lethargy. Potentially worsening your sleep and lowering … [Read more...] about Sweet Potato Miso Soup: Self Care In Times Of Stress