Nursing babies and dairy intolerances

Her first taste of ice cream...after which she threw up all over me. Amy recently shared her experience with discovering that her kids have "hidden" dairy intolerances. Based on the number of comments she got and the questions I got on Instagram when I mentioned that I'm getting ready to eliminate dairy from my diet…

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3 Popular (Biological) Reasons to Crave Sugar

The following is an edited excerpt from Lisa Grace Byrne’s newly released book, Replenish: Experience Radiant Calm and True Vitality in Your Everyday Life: So here’s the thing—we all know that sugar isn’t good for our bodies. We know sugar makes us feel stressed, anxious, spacey and gain weight.  We can have all the willpower…

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Where is Going Green on Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs?

There are some great posts in the archives that don’t get much attention anymore, so I'm reposting my favorites here and there. As we approach our babymoon and the days of having a newborn in the house one more time, I'm sure I'll be scaling back to survival mode and just focusing on our basic…

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Is Too Much Cinnamon Bad for You?

My pregnancies are typically marked more by food aversions than food cravings (with the exception of the Eggo waffles incident), but one thing I have been consistently craving this pregnancy is cinnamon. Oatmeal with fresh apples or nectarines and tons of cinnamon? Yes please. Sweet potatoes with ghee and a generous coating of cinnamon. Mm…

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The Sweet and Savory Sides of Quinoa

The following post is from Amy of Simply Sugar & Gluten-Free: Have you tried quinoa yet? If you have, what ways have you used it? Have you explored the sweet side of quinoa? And if you haven't tried quinoa yet, I want to help you incorporate this gluten-free superfood into your diet. When I first…

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Yes, You Do Like Gluten-Free Food

The following post is from Amy of Simply Sugar & Gluten-Free: You do like gluten-free food. Maybe you don't eat a gluten-free diet. Maybe you can eat absolutely anything you want. And, maybe, just maybe you've decided that gluten-free food is not for you. One of the most common responses I get when someone finds…

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3 Ways to Dress Up Scrambled Eggs

The following post is from Kate of Modern Alternative Mama: We like to eat scrambled eggs a lot, especially in the spring.  We buy our eggs from a local farmer, and they're plentiful right now.  If we don't know what's for breakfast (or sometimes, lunch or dinner!), we'll make a pan of scrambled eggs. But plain scrambled…

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