Archive: August, 2012

New in Dinner and a Movie: Roll Bounce

Dinner and a Movie: Roll Bounce Remembering that forgotten decade, the 70's, forgotten to all, except those of us who grew up in it and loved it. Long before rollerblades, we did our thing on rollerskates. On the Menu: "Teen Cuisine" (Burgers, Fries, and Soda made healthy) ….with video on making a quick "no cook" […]

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Grilled Honey-Dijon Fish Tacos

Grilled Honey-Dijon Fish Tacos 4 halibut filets (5 ounces each), skin removed, or fish of choice, my favorite is Chilean Sea Bass, if it can be found from fisheries that participate in certified sustainable fishing practices 2 tablespoons organic extra-virgin olive oil Himalayan Salt and Organic Ground pepper 12 organic corn tortillas (AVOID GMO CORN!!!) […]

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The BPA Project: The quest for canned food free of the toxic BPA linings

As with the other articles in my "Project" series, "The Stevia Project" and "The Chocolate Project", I "deep dive" into investigating a subject matter important to me as it relates to foods I consume daily. I don't eat a whole heck of a lot of canned foods, but I do purchase a lot of canned […]

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Oil Pulling: Simple, but “Next Level” Oral Care, very interesting stuff!!!

See, this is why I blog. I have a lot to tell others about health and wellness, but I get much more in return. Someone responded to my post on how I reversed my periodontal disease naturally. She sent me some info on "Oil Pulling", something I never heard of, but now I am all […]

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Age is Kind

I remember I was watching the Oprah Show back in 2008 (don't ask me why). Dr. Oz was doing this show on aging. Now, I know Dr. Oz and Mercola are mainstream gurus and us advanced health nuts listen to half of what they say and throw the other half in the trash. But Ozzie […]

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Wild Caught Alaskan Salmon, contrary to perceptions of all fish, is relatively low in mercury

Don't lump Wild Caught Alaskan Salmon into the general perception that  all fish are high in mercury , or you will miss out on a one of the most nutritious foods available. This subject matter is important in that Wild Caught Alaskan Salmon is such an important superfood that supplies omega-3 fats . Volumes of […]

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Food for Thought: Are we “Going for the Gold” in our lives?

Just some parting "Food for Thought" on the last day of the Olympics. I got so much inspiration from the games this year,  From Allyson Felix finally getting her gold, to Gabby Douglas making us all feel a little more innocent again , to the double amputee from South Africa  Oscar Pistorius, to Tahmina Kohistani, […]

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Bulking up vs. slimming down: with workouts, less is more, and more is less……..

……this observation, and self-experimantation, might help those trying to slim down, and the fewer of us, like me, who like bulking up more. With workouts, men and women have the same weightlifting and exercise concerns, although with perhaps opposite objectives, in that women often are hesitant about lifting too much weight in fear of getting […]

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Eggs and Veggies in a Honey and Cinnamon Chia Blanket

This post is the recipe at the bottom of my recent post "Chia: food of Aztec Warriors, and food for me, the Modern Day Warrior". This meal is going to become one of my "staples", that is, meals I eat day in and day out because they are quick, easy, and packed with nutrition. I […]

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Chia: food of Aztec Warriors, and food for me, The Modern Day Warrior

I had both Chia and Salba (the "top of the line" Chia) on my superfood list for a couple of years, but as with so many superfoods I research, I can only bring in so many, only those that I can consistently eat every day. I just brought Chia into my "dream team" daily nutrition […]

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New in “The Wanderust Food Diaries”: London Olympics 2012

On the Menu: British Style Fish 'N Chips (fried in heart healthy coconut Oil Coconut Oil has numerous health benefits including: -promotes weight loss -increases metabolism -promotes heart health -helps absorb minerals -supports immune system p.s. AVOID CANOLA OIL, IT'S POISON !!! to view the post, click on the picture or click here

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Food for Thought: Only 10% of plants have ever been studied for health and medicinal purposes.

In my recent research on my new superfood Gac (a.k.a. Fak Khaao), I learned that there are an estimated that 250,000 to 300,000 species of flowering plants, and regrettably, only about 10% of them have been investigated for commercial or medicinal potential. My classic historic example is the dreaded Scurvy disease that plagued sailors in […]

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The New [Superfood] Kids on the Block (Part 10): Gac Fruit

Thanks to the World Wide Web, UPS, FedEX, and Amazon, many "food rich" but "nutrition poor" Americans can now take advantage of all that Mother Nature has to offer in terms of healthy, healing superfoods from all over the world. The  Christmas tree ornament looking, Southeast Asian Gac Fruit is a prime example….. Gac, the […]

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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

My Top 10
“Fountain of Youth”
Superfoods (Part 2)

Salted Honey and Orange Blossom Naked Cake
(..with Healthy Baking Tips)

“Music is the Best Medicine”
“Purple Haze”
– Jimi Hendrix
(….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”)

Mango Lettuce Chicken Wraps

One Woman’s Journey into Fighting Acne With Essential Oils

Grilled Garlic Herb 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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