Food & Nutrition

food & nutritionNutrition is a very important topic to me, especially now that I’m raising children.  I try to be aware of what’s going on in the food industry, but it can be exhausting staying on top of the newest food trends (this is good for you.. now it’s bad for you!).  I’m finding it extremely difficult to lose weight after having our third child in 2009, and the things I’ve tried before simply aren’t working!  I’ve tried exercising every day, intermittent fasting, The Virgin Diet (an elimination diet), paleo, replacing meals with smoothies, etc.  People have said maybe my body is “content” where it’s at, but I don’t buy that.

I love food – both making it and eating it.  I was taught to cook and bake at a young age, and though I get weary from having to make meals every day for a troupe of little children with bottomless tummies, it’s something I generally enjoy experimenting with.  I’m forever finding ways to healthify favorite recipes and any new ones I come across – for instance, replacing sugar with more natural ones and reducing it by at least half, replacing the flour with wheat or experimenting with other grains/grain-free options, etc.  These days I’m opting for organic foods without processed ingredients, soy, or genetically modified (GM) ingredients.

Last year I did a 21-day Sugar Detox – I need to do it again!

 

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