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…reduce sugar), you need to change your snack foods.  Try unsweetened dried fruit, unsweetened seed or nut-based crackers instead of sweetened wheat crackers, jerky, fresh vegetable sticks, cheese (raw; if you can have it), nuts, etc.  Reduce or eliminate cookies, fruit snacks, granola bars (or make your own that aren’t so sweet), anything pre-packaged.  It takes a little ore planning to wash and cut fruit or vegetables, make your own cra…

Abbey Hendrickson via Compfight Summertime always brings a breeze of carefree fun and, with it, the desire to sleep in late, splash away the afternoon at the pool, and eat junk food.  Or, at least, it used to.  Since we have switched to whole, real foods (and since recently taking our already healthy eating habits up a notch), the desire to be carefree and let my kids eat junk has been replaced with the desire to nourish their bodies with hea…

image credit By Angela Parker, Contributing Writer 1. How “into” real food are you? I started cold turkey into whole foods after reading the Maker’s Diet in 2006. The Maker’s Diet (by Jordan Rubin) is a 40 day plan that kick starts you into whole foods. From there, I started cooking out of Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon. When life got busy through graduate school and kids, I started getting lazy. I didn’t give up on whole foods, I just…

 By Julia Mangan, Contributing Writer 1. How “into” real food are you? (i.e. how long have you been doing it, how many different foods do you make from scratch, etc.) Back in my college days I took a course in Nutrition and although I have since learned that many of the things I was taught were incorrect, I would say that was the very beginning of my interest in eating for optimal health. Fast forward several years to 2009 when I started f…

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