Fiber – Useful or Harmful?

Fiber has been encouraged for many years in the hopes that it would improve gastrointestinal motility, and many products have been sold advocating such use. Fiber has been recommended by all sorts of health care providers, including doctors, nurses, nutritionists and therapists. Is fiber truly helpful, though? Recent independent studies indicate fiber may be contributing […]

The Chaos Within

In the last article, we discussed the 3 processes that the body uses to metabolize, utilize, and store glucose. In this article, we will discuss several conditions that occur when those processes become overwhelmed and organs are unable to keep up with their usual functions. First of all, if you haven’t read my “peas and […]

First time on a Radio Show

Here is the link to a podcast; I was honored to be a guest on the Rural Routes Radio Show. https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/trent69050/episodes/2017-03-16T05_47_55-07_00

How did I get fat? How did I get diabetes?  How did I get so unhealthy?

My daddy used to love my mama’s peas and cornbread, but watching him eat them was quite fun. Mama usually prepared his plate and took it to his recliner, where he ate on a TV tray while watching the news. Inevitably, he would finish off his cornbread first and still have peas on his plate. […]

Biblical Thoughts on Eating  

From today’s First Five Bible study: “A life without leadership can cause us to worship something or someone other than God. We were created with a desire to worship, and it was God’s plan for us to worship Him. The Danites stole Micah’s idols and carried them to the new land.” Reading through today’s study […]

25 Top Tips to Eat Healthy & Honor God with Our Lifestyle (Part 2 of 2)

Now that we know God has a better plan for our health, how do we find it? What do we do now? How do we get healthier? 1.  Start wherever you are. Making small changes over several weeks can add up to MAJOR health benefits. Some people can go “cold turkey,” cutting out all grains […]

What’s all the hub-bub about low carb?

Over the past 50 years, nutrition advice has been a bit fluid with regards to a variety of nutrients or macronutrients. In the most recent 5-10 years, a few grass-roots experts have come forward with even more changes they recommend for our eating health.  Some physicians and authors are encouraging complete grain-free nutrition, while others […]

Is that little red heart a good thing?

Is your breakfast heart-healthy? According to whom?  Check your box of cereal or your container of yogurt.  Do you see one of those little red hearts on the front label?  Just what does it mean? And who says so? Some years ago, the food industry and the American Heart Association (AHA) came together to allegedly […]

The Truth About Grains

10 Facts You MUST Know About Grains Whole grains, like wheat, corn, and oats, have been touted for many years as healthy and nutritious, but over the past decade, grains have come under attack. Are whole grains healthy or not? If not, what makes them unhealthy? Looking back over history, grains were never a major […]

KetoNurses’ Biscuits & Gravy

Biscuits: 1/3 cup almond flour ¾ cup grated mozzarella cheese 1 Tbsp coconut flour ½ tsp baking powder 1 egg 2 ½ Tbsp melted butter Pre-heat oven to 350. Mix all ingredients together in small bowl. I use a fork for easy mixing. Shape into 4 evenly-sized balls and place on parchment-lined baking pan. Bake […]