Author Archives: sarahbricksf

The Amazing Chia Seed

I discovered chia seeds while studying nutrition and now they are a staple in my kitchen. Most people know of chia seeds from growing “Chia Pets” as children. Who knew they are actually jam packed with protein, soluble fibre, protective … Continue reading

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Go Raw

At last! There is now government data that proves raw milk is safe, check out this press release from Weston A Price Foundation. Whole milk, in it’s unprocessed form is health promoting and provides us with high amounts of   … Continue reading

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Summer Popsicle Time Is Here!

This year I decided it was time to experiment with making my own icy treats. My son Kai, soon to be 10 months old is now enjoying all kinds of food. As he grows I want him to enjoy classic … Continue reading

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Nourishing Bone Broth

Broths made from bones have been used  throughout human history.   Nearly every traditional society boiled bones of meat-giving animals to make a nourishing broth.    I consider myself lucky to have grown up watching my mother and grandmother prepare … Continue reading

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GMO Cows Producing Human Milk?

It was bad enough that we had GMO corn going into our foods and being fed to cattle, now we have cows producing human milk?  They haven’t perfected it yet and boast claims that it is “nearly human”. Research has … Continue reading

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Why I Won’t Be Giving My Son Gummy Bears

At last! New studies are coming out showing that what we give our children to eat has a direct result on whether they develop ADHD. Check out these articles Food Causes ADHD and ADHD: It\’s The Food Stupid. The studies showed clearly … Continue reading

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Parsley – it’s not just a garnish!

I must admit, I used to think that parsley was only good for a garnish.  I never even thought to taste it, always moving the little sprig on my plate to the side in order to get to the “real … Continue reading

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