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Looking For A Little Gluten-Free Breakfast Treat?

What is gluten? Gluten is what gives bread products its elasticity. It gives shape, strength, and texture to bread and other grain products. Avoiding gluten is important for people with celiac disease or gluten sensitivity, as they can experience serious… Continue Reading →

Trying To Eat More Healthy Foods This Winter?

If you are trying to eat more healthy foods this winter, I have a great recipe for you. Making a stuffing for beef or chicken or fish is a great dinner option because it adds interest and taste to the… Continue Reading →

Book: EAT DIRT by Josh Axe

Reading EAT DIRT : Why Leaky Gut May Be the Root Cause of Your Health Problems and 5 Surprising Steps to Cure It  by Josh Axe was a necessity for me as someone who has struggled with off-the-charts inflammatory markers and… Continue Reading →

Is It Time For A Three Pyramid Food Chart?

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On a very basic level, choosing what foods we eat in a day are some of the most import decisions we make.  Too often, though, these decisions fall prey to other priorities — time, energy, availability, mood. . .  So we wind up making… Continue Reading →

Majestic Crested Saguaros

I’ve been on a bit of a scavenger hunt lately for the majestic Crested Saguaros. It all started about a year ago when I realized that the misshapen form I saw on a distant hill (from my kitchen window) was… Continue Reading →

Happy Birthday Betty White, I’ll Never Forget Your Kindness

I’ve had the pleasure of working with the hilarious, uber-talented Miss Betty White.  No one is more deserving than she of the sweet surprise and outpouring of affection she got, in celebration of her 93rd birthday, from the entire cast and crew of Hot in Cleveland…. Continue Reading →

Words: “…The Gulf Between Practice and Profession …”

“One of the great tragedies of life is that men seldom bridge the gulf between practice and profession, between doing and saying. A persistent schizophrenia leaves so many of us tragically divided against ourselves. On the one hand, we proudly… Continue Reading →

The Art of The Virtual “Smudgy Hug”

Humans are social beings.  We crave human-to-human contact.  Even as machines and technology take over more and more aspects of our lives, we try our best to humanize them. Think of our phones.  We give them names, voices and mannerisms…. Continue Reading →

Unexpectedly, A Mighty Mite

My goal yesterday, when I set out with my friend and hiking buddy Kathy, was to show her a secret hot spring in the middle of the desert (shared with me earlier by buddy Roxanne). The plan was to drive… Continue Reading →

Book: THANK MY LUCKY SCARS by Ward Foley

“…wonderfully funny, tragically heartbreaking, and deeply inspiring…” Ever heard of Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congenita? Neither had I, until last year when I encountered Ward ‘Scarman’ Foley on twitter.   It was just before a Dewey’s Read-a-thon.  So when I discovered that… Continue Reading →

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