Editor’s Note: Today’s guest post is from Andrea Fabry, a former journalist and mother of nine children ranging in age from 28 to 12. Following a severe toxic exposure, Andrea and her family discovered the wonders of natural living. Andrea is the founder and president of momsAWARE, an educational organization designed to empower others to live healthy in a toxic world. Read More
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This is a recipe that I posted quite awhile back, in the middle of another post. It’s hard for people to find, yet so commonly requested! I decided it needs its own post. Gatorade and other “sports drinks” are not so healthy at all. They contain artificial colors, flavors, sweeteners, and other junk. But, the Read More
This is a guest post from Justyn of Creative Christian Mama. In the months of March and April, we are hosting several guest posts so that MAM can enjoy her new baby. I often post about what to do when you’re already feeling badly, such as natural remedies for ear infections or ways to ease Read More
This is a guest post from Katie Stanley of Nourishing Simplicity. In March and April, we’re featuring a number of guest posts so that MAM can enjoy her new baby. Spring time is here! That means strawberries are coming into season soon. I love buying fresh strawberries from local roadside stands. You can be sure they were picked Read More
Are you interested in brewing kombucha, but feel overwhelmed by the process? Not sure where to start? Need a visual on how to make it work? Well…we’ve just released a video on how to brew your own kombucha! I walk you through the process, showing you all of the equipment, the process of starting your Read More
**This post has been linked to Ultimate Recipe Swap at Life as MOM and Pennywise Platter at The Nourishing Gourmet!** This is a super refreshing, fun summer treat! I happened to have a bunch of strawberries around from our recent strawberry picking (we did another 30 lbs. over the weekend!) plus some limes. I love limes Read More
Image by Flavio@Flickr This recipe really could not be simpler, but it is so healthy. Carrot juice is great for detox, and apple makes it taste good. We use it as the base for smoothies in the morning, since fresh-squeezed juice is so much healthier than pasteurized, store-bought stuff. The kids will also drink it Read More
When I first wrote about Kombucha, I had only just started brewing it. I had been drinking it for a few months and was so intrigued with it that I just couldn’t wait to share! Of course, telling all of you how to brew it when I’d only made a couple of batches is basically the blind leading the blind…not the best idea, right?
Since I wrote my first post on adrenal fatigue a couple weeks ago, it seems like everyone’s talking about it! Sarah, the Healthy Home Economist, wrote a post last week called Six Little Known Signs of Adrenal Fatigue. Other bloggers have posted recipes for foods that can help adrenal fatigue, like Soli @ I Believe in Butter’s Zucchini with Tomatoes. It’s a hot topic right now!
Today we have a guest post from one of our readers, Anna Drozdova! She mentioned in a recent comment that she makes ginger beer and I just had to know how. I thought all of you would want to know too. So here she is!
I had honestly intended to write about homemade pop-tarts today. But over the weekend I discovered that pie crust is very delicate. So is sprouted flour. Try making pie crust with sprouted flour and you’ve got something so delicate that it’s unworkable. Seriously. It’s back to the drawing board with that one….
When I started eating real food, chocolate milk was one food I sometimes really missed. I didn’t have it often, but when I wanted it, I wanted it! Recently I tried mixing up my own and it was great! Problem solved.