Hi, friends! It’s early August and I’m into the third week of my summer “sabbatical” in Walla Walla, Washington, enjoying a healthy dish of good‑probiotic‑laden fermented red cabbage and beets as I type.
Healthy Living is for Everyone
My Healthy Living Blog Posts are where you’ll find good recipes and tips for quickly whipping up healthy dishes, links to reliable sources of nutrition advice, and a multitude of other healthy things, like…I don’t know…probably pictures of my daughter’s awesome yoga poses.
With millions of contradictory articles about health readily found on the Internet, it’s hard not to experience great confusion (aka pulling out of one’s own hair), stress, and fears that we are getting six too many or too few minutes of exercise per week, or that our intestines are dissolving right under our noses from toxins and GMOs. And that, my friends, makes me feel downright sick.
Not to fear: Grandma Girl Scout is going to dig through it all and post some nerdy science based facts along with yummy recipes and mysteries solved, so you can kick back and hopefully at least believe that I won’t lead you too far astray. Then we will all Happy Dance until our hearts are beating in the fat burning zone!
Well, right off the bat I can hear the shrieks from seafood lovers who are aghast to see the words “plant‑based” used as an adjective for ceviche, which, by its very nature, IS a fish dish‑‑and a raw fish dish at that!
LIFE GETS IN THE WAY… Hello, everybody! During the past couple of months my “other life” as a court reporter rudely reached out like a 64‑armed octo‑octopus (do the math) and twisted me into a nearly‑unrecognizable version of my usual Grandma Girl Scout self.