A treasure trove of great information on a wide range of topics. You’ll laugh, you’ll learn, you’ll get hungry reading about delicious food. Lots of great stories from the adventures of the Rubin Rodeo along with plenty of recipes and strategies for better health.
Learning how to grow food is a skill worth learning. It puts your in touch with the cycles of life, with weather and climate, with flexibility and patience. Research shows that putting your hands in the soil can help boost immunity and decrease depression. Gardening is also a gateway drug for caring more about nature, the environment and all aspects of our food system. I’ve also learned from years of growing food with children that when they grow it, they eat it! Gardening causes you to fall in love with vegetables in a deep and lasting way.
Pediatric Endocrinologist Robert Lustig MD is connecting the dots between sugar’s role in tooth decay and fatty livers.
I believe that it is not always in our best interests to go with the crowd. Asking questions and doing our own homework is key. Group think can be dangerous. Age may have something to do with this. The older I get, the less I care about what others may think. And the...
Don’t run for president, Oprah. Help us fix the farm bill. This is the year to do it.
I dream of a day when kids love broccoli and other veggies all over the land. Because growing veggies is far more fun than disease.
Dramatically cutting the refined sugar in our lives can be an effective strategy for preventing disease.
Our current health system offers no real tactics to prevent cancer. But there are things we can do to improve our odds.
Join my 21 day sugar challenge class and start the new year off right!
There is something both exciting and unsettling about encouraging your kid to follow her dreams when it means traveling so far and for so long.
Three easy, edible crops you can start right now, in early July, for delicious success this summer.