Real Food Choice: The power of knowledge

Consider the power of knowledge and how it can steer your choices. Think about how your lifestyle and behavior choices can determine whether you succumb to chronic illness or stop it before it happens. Raising children is no easy task, trust me I know. Being a mom is a HUGE job! Never in my wildest … Continue reading Real Food Choice: The power of knowledge

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Lunch for “Mome”

The other day, I came home from training and the boys came running out to greet me. Of course like any excited child they were leaping with joy at what they had done. I could barely get out of the car fast enough. When I came inside, this is what I found! They had made … Continue reading Lunch for “Mome”

FIVE Tips for Whole Food Kids

In my last post I talked about the importance of sticking to a real food template despite bumps in the road. Those bumps could come from pressure from other parents. Your child's changing preferences. Confusion or overwhelming information from the media, claiming new and better health trends. Being a Mom is an amazing job but also can be … Continue reading FIVE Tips for Whole Food Kids

Maintaining sanity with two sets of twins

Right now it is 5:00 in the morning an I am sitting on the floor in front of the fire, next to the Christmas tree. All is quiet in the house. This is a rare event as usually the children have radar for all of my movements. Life is very busy in our house on … Continue reading Maintaining sanity with two sets of twins