Tag Archive for 'fat'

Explore More : May 16th

Last week, the head of school at my kids’ school announced at our weekly assembly that there were only three more weeks remaining in the year. The kids cheered. The parents gasped. As Rusty, the dad of one of my son’s pals, said, “There’s a lot of culmination going on in those three weeks, folks.” […]

(I have affiliate links in this post. If you click and buy, you help support my blogging but you don’t pay any extra. Thanks!) My great-grandmother Elma lived to be 91. She was raised on a Minnesota farm, where she participated in all the activities kids did back then on the farm. In the cold. […]

Explore More : April 4th

At long last, the signs of Spring are emerging all over Atlanta. The azaleas and dogwoods are bursting out everywhere and I’m starting to think about switching out my kids’ closets. I try to wait until the very last cold spell passes before I switch everything out, and I am not quite confident we are […]

Have you seen the latest information about Alzheimer’s disease and Vitamin E? A recent study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association indicates that high levels of Vitamin E may cause a less rapid decline in functional capabilities in people with early Alzheimer’s. The researchers were conservative in their conclusion: Among patients with mild to […]

  As promised many moons ago, here is the summary of the talk by Kate Rheaume-Bleue, N.D. from the Weston A. Price Wise Traditions Conference, held in Atlanta in November. (And, if you don’t remember, rather than type her longish name out a million times, I’m calling her R-B.) Let me start by saying that […]

You’ve all read my post about fat soluble vitamins, right? No? Well, let’s just take a second to let those of you who haven’t read it yet catch up.  It offers vital context for today’s post. Today I am going to walk you through two very complementary presentations from the Weston A. Price conference held […]

Yesterday, I shared information from one of the most discussed presentations at AHS 2013.  Today I am going to offer up some quotable quotes from the various sessions I attended. Let me know if any of them really piques your interest and I can delve into it more. (If I put quotation marks around it, […]

Last week I promised to share some of the amazingness that was the Ancestral Health Symposium 2013.  My *plan* is to share a little with you every day this week, all the while being aware that the best laid plans often go astray. One of the hottest presentations was delivered Thursday by Will Lassek, M.D. […]

Explore More : July 11th

I took the kids blueberry picking this week.  Good heavens, we had fun.  I love that the kids got a better appreciation for the whys and hows of food production.  And, of course, I love the amazing berries we brought home. For you locals, we visited Roberts Family Blueberry Farm.  They use organic practices, have […]

Explore More : May 24th

Isn’t this little guy just the cutest?  I found him on a recent trek to my most favorite “happy” place in the city, Atlanta Botanical Garden.  The frog pond was full of little guys like him, just doing their thing.  I took way too many photos of them. Speaking of way too many, I have […]