Dorothy, Pay No Attention to the GMO’s Behind the Curtain

Last month after spending the day in an average supermarket doing product research on GMOs, I was so depressed that when it came time to write my GoodFood World article I just stared at the computer screen for an entire day and couldn’t write a word. I felt like an inconsequential drop in the ocean wanting to […]

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It’s 2012, welcome to your GMOcery!

“Ladies and Gentlemen, step right up, our GMOcery tour is about to begin. That’s right, get on board our corn-fueled trolley car; it’s a big store, no need to walk. Help yourself to our delicious-nutritious-vitamin-enhanced water drinks found in Aisle 9 and, please, get comfortable and enjoy the tour!” “Yes we live in a marvelous […]

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a holiday wish

a holiday wish Issue 5 December 2011 As we close out this year, I just wanted to send wishes of peace and gratitude to you, dear readers, with this beautiful Gaelic Blessing. Deep peace Of a running wave to you Deep peace Of the flowing air to you Deep peace Of the quiet earth to […]

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Weight weight, don’t weight!

It doesn’t take any talent to gain weight (or spend money), especially at this time of year. Let’s be honest. It’s post-Thanksgiving and I got on the scale after 5 days of family, fun and food and WOOPS… a few extra pounds in no time! A little too much noshing on a little too much […]

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let’s talk turkey – NOT!

let’s talk turkey – NOT! Issue 4 November 17, 2011 By normal circumstances, a week before Thanksgiving I have food on the brain. This year however, I’ve also been writing for GoodFoodWorld.com (since last February), and food – in one form or another- has felt like a constant companion. Recently I’ve been even more inspired […]

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In the Kitchen with Ina part 2

WAYS TO IMPROVE HEALTH AND HAPPINESS BY EATING HOME-COOKED REAL FOODS: ATTITUDE, STAPLES, IDEAS & UPGRADES PART 2 Continuing with suggestions that are pertinent on the path of eating and cooking healthier real foods, perhaps you will remember a few forgotten gems and/or find a useful new suggestion from this next list. MORE ON ATTITUDE […]

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In the kitchen with Ina

I’m inspired in this moment to discuss the topic of cooking meals, as it’s one that’s near and dear to me. With Monday, October 24, 2011 officially having been designated as Food Day, the time is ripe. The focus is to bring cooking – not just anything, but real food – back into home and hearth […]

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“What’s words go to do with it?”

“what’s words got to do with it?” Issue 3 October 13, 2011 I have something different I want to share with you this month. It’s every bit as important to creating a lifestyle for wellness as eating healthy foods, living sustainably and exercising, but it’s not something you can purchase at a grocery store, or […]

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Be a Light Unto the World…Just do It!

Let’s begin with a fair assumption that if you’re reading this article, your “awareness-meter” around food and healthier lifestyle choice is already switched on and working at a pretty decent level. Sure, there’s no end to the better choices all of us can make along the continuum regarding food and its consequence on our planet. […]

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Autumn without the Fall

One of the cruelest realities from the buoyancy of summer life into autumn’s rhythm is the reduced time for personal exercise and wellness care that often comes for many of us. Though this is poignantly true for working parents with children (I remember well those elementary through high school days), it is equally true for […]

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