I know food I heard was OK doesn’t always make me feel good. What could that be? One example is pistachio nuts. Nuts do happen to be on the ‘no eat’ list if you happen to have a food allergy. Here’s a list they of common triggers. You go on an ‘elimination diet’ to testContinue reading “Why Healthy Food You Thought Was Good For You May Make You Feel Unhealthy”
I am always open to a new salad dressing. Lately, I have been using balsamic vinegar with olive oil. I was experimenting using olive oil, and the experiment is apparently still going on. I am ordering Star extra virgin olive oil, which is approved by the NAOOA.
If you like tomato sauce and vinegar, you will like this ‘tart’ salad dressing. Lately, my salads are a combination of baby arugula and spinach. I get organic spinach because it’s on the Dirty Dozen List.
It seems to me that the lighter I eat the better I feel afterwards. But, I don’t eat a lot of things that I used to. When you change your diet, it’s more like evolving rather than an abrupt change. This is because old habits seem to die-hard.
Who is the Authority on Healthy Eating? Is it the medical industry, food industry, doctors, schools, our state or federal government, who? No one at all? Who is in charge?
Learning how to eat healthy can be confusing, especially when we listen to the mainstream media. For example, on TV, they want their advertisers to sell their food products so they too can make money. Don’t listen to them. Do your own health research and listen to you, instead. It has been proven eating