First is our recipe for Healthy Hummus, which features Eden Foods Garbanzo Beans. Otherwise known as chickpeas, garbanzo beans are a staple of the Middle Eastern diet. Added to the garbanzo beans is Once Again Nut Butter’s Organic Tahini, which is made...Read More »
I just don’t love the taste of the small, plump, red berries – I also love how healthy cranberries are. Did you know that cranberries are on the list of...Read More »
When I found out I would be part of the team creating the recipe video, I had to laugh. Then I had to ask if they were sure they wanted me anywhere near a kitchen. Everyone is well aware of the fact that cooking is not my forte....Read More »
How does this natural energy booster help your body? L-Tyrosine is a non-essential amino acid that the body synthesizes from another amino acid called phenylalanine. While tyrosine is...Read More »
It's part of our Give Away the Farm Sweepstakes. The winner (along with their guest) will receive a free, 3-night, once-in-a-lifetime vacation to Finca Luna Nueva, located...Read More »
Swanson Customer since 2000
I am a writer. I have two children: Matt (21) and Laura (18). The other member of my family is my pet cat. As a lover of the outdoors, my hobbies include astronomy, exploring nature, camping in the forest, biking, collecting wild herbs and morel hunting. I also enjoy photography and spending time learning.
My Regimen for a Healthy Body & Mind
My basic health routine includes keep both my body and mind healthy. I eat for my blood...Read More »
Finding the Links between Food &
Earlier this week, I was working on a project that required me to research the history and discovery of vitamins. As a history buff, this was a fun assignment. I admit that while I know about the uses and health benefits of nutritional supplements, I didn’t know a lot about the history of vitamins before I started my research. What I found was interesting and thought it was worth sharing. After all, you never know when you’ll be on Jeopardy or Who Wants to...