Archive For June, 2012

The truth about chicken eggs

By | June 30, 2012

In a quest for a healthier source of protein, I have been eating a lot of chicken eggs – generally boiled. So far, this has worked well, because I really like eggs and they are easy to cook and eat. In an attempt to be even better than regular white eggs, my wife picked-up some […]

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Peanut butter: to eat or not to eat

By | June 16, 2012

“I like peanut butter. Creamy peanut butter. Chunky peanut butter too.” I am reminded of the these words to a commercial jingle as I think about eating peanut butter and wondering if peanut butter really is healthy. Initially, I thought maybe not, because there seems to be a lot of oil in peanut butter; plus, it […]

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The golden guideline for healthy eating: “Eat food, not too much, mostly plants”–Michael Pollen

By | June 3, 2012

In my quest to educate myself on healthy eating,  I recently came across the works of Michael Pollen. Pollen is is a best selling author of books like The Omnivore’s Dilemma and In Defense of Food: An Eater’s Manifesto. Pollen is not your typical health eating advocate with an MD or an ND or some […]

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