That's our new Eating Responsibly slogan - WWGS? Firstly, as you may or may not have noticed, I play with the the look of my blog...a lot. Most likely this is to compensate for the fact that the www.EatStopeat.com site is a bloody nightmare (damn you iweb). So I apologize for all the color changes etc..but it's keeping me sane. OK, now..onto nutrition. Last post … [Read more...] about What would Grandma Say?
Unbelievably, I'm STILL recovering from Vegas. It was a whirl-wind trip, and it was my first weekend away with Heather since the kids were born. Great times, great food, great people. But, I was also 'working'. Working in the fact that I made sure that I went to see the BODIES exhibit at the Tropicana Resort. Now, I've seen dissections before, but NOTHING like … [Read more...] about What I learned about Super Heroes in Vegas
Lately I've noticed that a lot of people seem to HATE milk. Weird. Apparently this stems from an ongoing attack against milk, mostly from fitness personalities and raw food / vegan lifestyle advocates. Typically, the anti-milk talk looks something like this: Here's some of the nasty surprises hidden in your milk: Pus Synthetic growth hormone Dangerous … [Read more...] about Milk…Have we all gone CRAZY??
Some people are naturally big and strong, while some people will always be small. Some are short, and some are tall. But nobody was 'meant' to be fat. You can always improve. You can work within your strengths, and improve on your weaknesses, but you can't change you you are. But your body fat? That's not you. It's hiding you. I know this sounds 'new age', but it's … [Read more...] about Nobody was ‘meant’ to be fat.
Check out this POST regarding a General Mills Cereal ad from 1943 on the 'health benefits of Breakfast'...then give this a look.... Really, it's just like fashion... we just keep going in circles. BP PS- I don't hate breakfast. Not in the slightest. Pancakes and Bacon for me any day. The point is I don't like the implied message...which is Eat, Eat, Eat. … [Read more...] about 70 years later…and breakfast is still the target…