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Healthiest ways to handle low blood sugar
Advice / Tuesday Tips

Healthiest ways to handle low blood sugar

Wouldn’t have written about this if I hadn’t hadn’t sampled Amazing Grass’s Super Food Energy Bars a couple of weeks ago. I’d rather drink some ginger tea or grab piece of fruit (okay, fresh chocolate chip cookie), but appreciate convenience, efficiency, and sometimes necessity of an energy bar. Celiac Disease and Type 1 Diabetes share a high rate of comorbidity. … Continue reading

Tuesday Tip: 1:34 that could change the way you shop
Advice

Tuesday Tip: 1:34 that could change the way you shop

Arghhh! “Monsanto Makes Bid To Go Big In Pesticides”, offering $45 billion for Swiss rival Syngenta, the world’s largest seller of pesticides. Looks like initial overtures have been rebuffed, but big companies are still making big money on the production and sale of bug and weed killing chemical cocktails. Watch this short video illustrating findings by … Continue reading

Gluten Free “Rum Soaked Raisin” Irish Soda Bread
Baked Good / Breakfast / Brunch

Gluten Free “Rum Soaked Raisin” Irish Soda Bread

Last week I either called or used Open Table to make a reservation to eat at Lydia Shire’s Scampo in Boston. Whatever, I received an unsolicited email:”Scampo News & Message from Lydia!”, becoming an inadvertent subscriber. Ordinarily I’d scroll down to opt out, but Lydia’s note was a recipe for Irish Soda Bread, and St. Patrick’s Day is March 17th, and I’ve neglected Gluten Free … Continue reading

Monday Mantra: Nobody forces you to buy or eat that food….
Advice / Monday Mantras

Monday Mantra: Nobody forces you to buy or eat that food….

  It’s a good thing I don’t make New Year’s resolutions because I’d have disappointed myself right out of the 2015 starting gate. This was to have been offered on the first Monday of January, but it’s still the first month, so OK. “French Women Don’t Get Fat” by Mireille Guiliano was published eleven years ago. It was … Continue reading