Archive: January, 2012

“Flip the Script” on the “All American” breakfast

For non-vegetarians who know of the quality of grass fed meats pasture raised poultry and eggs, we instinctively know that the "All American" breakfast doesn't have to be as unhealthy as perceived. Like most other foods and meals, it can be enjoyed and contribute to health and wellness, once we remove those unhealthy ingredients.

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Maca, a great coffee substitute, from a lesser known Super-duper food everyone over 40 should know about.

If you are over 40 and never heard of Maca, it's worth 10 minutes of your life to look up maca's health benefits. Lab rat tests for "red maca" suggests it can possibly help shrink the size of prostate in men, and help women with PMS and menopause symptoms, and much more. My personal experience […]

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Make your own healthy delicious barbecue sauce!!!!

The reason I say it this way is that there is too much high fructose corn syrup and refined sweeteners in barbecue sauces and ketchups, and it all contributes to childhood (and adult) obesity. It all adds up as we consume ketchup, barbecue sauce and the like all day every day. I think making your […]

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Healing my back problems from watching an Earthquake Documentary

Back problems plagued me about a decade ago, supposedly from a bulging disk. I would work on strengthening by back at the health club via back extension exercises, where you bend the torso and straighten the body while suspended horizontally. It helped some, but stiffness hung around for years. But I had an epiphany as […]

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Himalayan Salt Sole, Nature’s Gatorade

This is a quick follow up article for workout and exercise fanatics, from an article I recently wrote on why Pink Himalayan Salt is superior to Sea Salt. I wanted to write a quick something to emphasize the benefits of Pink Himalayan Salt Sole as a sports drink that has done wonders for me in […]

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The Chocolate Project: making chocolate our friend, not our enemy

I consume chocolate everyday as part of my Power Smoothies. However, my chocolate is in the form of Organic Raw Cacao nibs. Eaten by itself, you'll find raw cacao to be unenjoyably bitter. In trying to get more friends and family into healthy eating. I decided to go out and research how to utilize the […]

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The World is my Pantry

Looking in my pantry this morning to make my daily morning Power Smoothie, and everything I am gonna take into my body throughout the day, it occurred to me that my pantry contains foods from all over the globe. The significance of that to me is that the Earth, being a Gaia System,  has evolved […]

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Has anyone ever tried the Squirrel GMO test?

I posted a video at the bottom of this post because I have been hearing and reading so much lately about the premise that animals won't, given a choice, eat genetically modified foods. I don't live in an area where I could try this experiment, but I'm sure a lot of health conscious eaters might […]

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Why I Think Pink Himalayan Salt is Superior to Sea Salt

Read my comments at the bottom pertaining to the popular question, 'Is Pink Himalayan Salt a Scam?' Talking "healthy eating talk" to a co-worker a while back, I mentioned Pink Himalayan Salt which he never heard of. He said that he uses sea salt, and then asked me why is that I think Pink Himalayan […]

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My Top 10 foods FALSELY marketed as safe and/or healthy foods

…it will take a few seconds for the slideshow to load if comments don't appear and you want to comment on this page, click on the title, "My Top 10 Falsely marketed…..",  and go to bottom of page

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The Pancake Project: engineering a better pancake

In the Chef's Corner, I don't run from a food challenge. My healthy eating perspective, is the opposite of many health gurus, in that they seem to want to force people to stop eating what they like, or to create these strange creations that are totally foreign to your eating habits, you know, like tofu […]

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Millet Pancakes

When tackling "The Pancake Project", I think this is the most important creation, because of my personal belief of the health benefits of millet. In the spirit of always trying to express what I've learned about the health benefits of foods, but not overwhelm anyone and detract from the sports of cooking and eating, I […]

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Oat Pumpkin Pancakes

With my "Pancake Project", I am amazed by the options that are available to healthy non-vegans such as myself, who are as concerned as much with taste and the enjoyment of eating as we are about healthy. Once again I have a recipe that I ran across that is currently in it's "development" stage but […]

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The 3 ingredient, Almond Butter Pancakes (add your optional toppings, grain free)

In my quest for the better pancake, I ran across thus recipe and I am trying it for myself because of it's simplicity. When I find a recipe such as this, I use it as a baseline for future additions and changes that I like to make for my own preferences. For me, simplicity is […]

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Coconut Flour Pancakes

Coconut Flour Pancakes Ingredients 2 eggs 2 tablespoons  Organic Virgin Coconut Oil or Organic (preferably grass fed) no-salt butter, melted 2 tablespoons coconut milk or organic (preferably grass fed) whole milk 2 teaspoon Ultimate Sweeter Xylitol ¼ teaspoon Pink Himalayan Salt 2 tablespoons Organic Coconut Flour ¼ teaspoon baking powder 1 cup blueberries(optional)

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Mastering frozen Salmon through the “quick thaw”

To me, it is more of a medicine than a food, but as a food it is such a tasty treat that I consume almost every day. Living up here in the Great Northwest in Portland, Oregon, I find myself in many ways closer to this health powerhouse. Though fresh salmon is in abundant supply […]

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Soak Your Nuts……..

….is the intentionally provocative and humorous title of the new book by Karyn Calabrese, Holistic Health Expert, writer, restaurant owner, plus more, out of my former hometown of Chicago, Illinois (p.s. she's almost 60 years old on that book cover, unbelieavable!!!!).  I have learned to always be open minded and continue to take advice as […]

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Fennel: the solution to an (ahem…) embarrassing problem

UPDATE!!  Fennel is great and I will continue to consume it, but it seems papaya fruit and papain (the powdered enzyme from papaya) are much more effective in dealing with my flatulence. To read my papya article,  go here Along with today's current powderkeg issues with Iran, North Korea, Terrorism, a failing economy, The "Occupy […]

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Health Tips, from Karyn Calabrese, Chicago’s “Over 60”, Raw Food “Goddess”

Some advice from Karyn Calabrese and she also answers some questions in the video while making her smoothie. check out all my articles in "Eat Smart", the science of food (click here or on the photo below)

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The “Happy List”, a.k.a. “Short Story Long”

Welcome 2012!! In my posting on the actress A.J. Johnson, star of "House Party" and "Baby Boy", she said after her father died of cancer, she had no more motivation for acting. She said she sat down and put together her "Happy List", the things that would make her happy. She said it was interesting […]

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The Apple Core: One man’s trash is another man’s cancer prevention.

The heated, or shall I say EXTREMELY HEATED, debate over vitamin B17 being the solution to effective cancer prevention, (just as vitamin C was the solution to scurvy disease a few hundred years ago) will rage on for decades I am sure, but for those who know instinctively that there might be some truth to […]

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“Body”, (Part 46)
a.k.a. “Little Red Corvette”
(…The “Fit in Red” Slideshow)

Pinterest shuts down my Pinterest Page because of my Kolin Kaepernick article

Healthy Herb Fries

Michael B. Jordan Reveals his Body Transformation Secrets for “Creed” and “Black Panther”

Moroccan Grilled Chicken Skewers

“Music is the Best Medicine”
“Ascension”
– Maxwell
(….my Cover Version)

Simple Baked Italian Oregano Meatballs

Girl Talk:
Beauty Secrets from Africa
(Part 3)

“Spring” Breakfast Skillet

Cool Fitness Gear!!!
(Part 4)

Fifteen Creative Five Ingredient Smoothies

Fifty, Fit and Fabulous!!!
Stephanie Person, Age 50 !!!
Nutrition Coach

Pan Fried Cod in a Citrus Basil Butter Sauce

African American Men are at High Risk of ‘False Positives’ in Prostate Cancer Screening

Cucumber Rolls with Creamy Avocado

DIY Skin and Body Care, Part 6 (a.k.a., “The Orange Article”)

Hawaiian Chicken Burgers

One Woman’s Journey into Fighting Acne With Essential Oils

Grilled Lemon Garlic Shrimp Skewers

Ballerina Misty Copeland’s
Five Ways She Eats, Trains and Lives Healthy

“Huli Huli” Chicken

Men’s Natural Body Care
(…becoming an all-natural, GQ “Smooth Operator”)

“Moscow Mules” Drinks
(…and my list of Healthy Sweeteners for Cold Drinks)

Girl Talk: Natural Contraceptive Methods

My Top 30 Superfood
“Power Rankings”
(….numbers 1 thru 10)

Rosemary Lemon Chicken Skewers

Putting Monsanto in Your Vagina?
…Many Tampons Contaminated with Toxic Glyphosate Herbicide

“Dutch Baby” Pancake Skillet w/Fried Egg and Salmon

The Prostate Cancer Fighting “Fantastic Four” : Broccoli, Turmeric, Green Tea, Pomegranate

Potato and Egg Bake w/Rosemary

Toxin Levels in women drop sharply¬† just 3 days after switching to natural makeup¬† (…a recent study says)

Cilantro Lime Chicken Thighs Skillet

The “Gangster Gardener”
He plants food gardens on vacant lots all over South Central L.A.

The “Green Goddess” Sandwich

Men’s Health: Nutrients for Male Vitality and Well Being (Part 7)

Portuguese Style Chicken Skewers

“The Wanderlust Food Diaries”
“Grab Your Hat, Here We Go”
…to Bajacu Villa, Turks and Caicos
Menu: another Tropical Lunch

Potato, Pepper, and Egg Skillet

New Study Reveals Importance of Zinc in Prostate Health

Summer Glow
“Buddha Bowl”

Dinner and a Movie:
“Creed”
On the Menu: Healthy Philly Cheesesteak

Buckwheat Pancakes

Health and Safety Tips When Getting a Tattoo

Healthy Oat Banana Waffles

“Short Story Long”
(….The Travel Adventures of Lee Litumbe)

See all articles in “The Healthy Chef’s Cookbook”
(The Art of Food)

See all articles in “Eat Smart”
(The Science of Food)

The GAIA Health Blog
Ranked in Top 100 Health Blogs!!!

…and top 100 Natural Food Blogs for 2018

(BELOW) Links to my favorite sites who are ”Raging Against the Machine”
(and also some fun cooking blogs)

One Bold Soul: Artist and Writer

(…”Healthy but Smart” is one of the best websites I’ve found, if you want to find unbiased, informative, and understandable research and info on superfoods and so forth, to aid in taking your health back!!)

(same name, different blog, no need to fight about it)

Real Food Freaks

Kim’s “Nutritionally Well”

THE PAST ON A PLATE
Special ‘shout out’ to this food blogger. Totally different style than me, but my favorite food blog in creativity. She inspired me to start my ‘Dinner and a Movie’ and “Wanderlust Food Diaries’ articles.

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