Comments for Living Nutrition http://livingnutrition.net Resources and Services for Healthy Living! Contact sarahbricksf@gmail.com Mon, 12 Sep 2011 06:17:26 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.com/ Comment on The Amazing Chia Seed by Amber http://livingnutrition.net/2011/09/10/the-amazing-chia-seed/#comment-19 Mon, 12 Sep 2011 06:17:26 +0000 http://livingnutrition.net/?p=185#comment-19 What an amazing post! I enjoyed the history and of course the recipe. It sounds nutritious and tasty – I can’t wait to try it!

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Comment on The Amazing Chia Seed by Mike Brick http://livingnutrition.net/2011/09/10/the-amazing-chia-seed/#comment-18 Sun, 11 Sep 2011 03:44:41 +0000 http://livingnutrition.net/?p=185#comment-18 I am so impressed with all these chia seeds do that I will go out and get some on the morrow. I will also give the recipe a try as it sounds really good too. I will make it for Michael too. Glad to add it to my diet. Janie Brick

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Comment on Why I Won’t Be Giving My Son Gummy Bears by dianaford http://livingnutrition.net/2011/04/05/why-i-wont-be-giving-my-son-gummy-bears/#comment-9 Sat, 25 Jun 2011 09:34:05 +0000 http://livingnutrition.net/?p=92#comment-9 This is such a cultural issue! I grew up in Concord/Walnut Creek, it was a special treat to check out the Wonderbread outlet store, or to get twinkies and such things from other places. As an adult, (and with the added perspective of the current bay area cultural influence), I shudder to think of eating these foods, let alone allowing my students (and someday children) to even contemplate eating them. I believe this is a sign of the times and the area, which is a good thing! I’m happy to read your blog because we all need to know more about nutrition, so keep it up!

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Comment on Why I Won’t Be Giving My Son Gummy Bears by camille http://livingnutrition.net/2011/04/05/why-i-wont-be-giving-my-son-gummy-bears/#comment-6 Thu, 21 Apr 2011 19:02:43 +0000 http://livingnutrition.net/?p=92#comment-6 sarah, well said! and i agree wholeheartedly. i love the bit about the treats he will get, with specific examples. parents need specifics! let’s make treats together sometime! hugs from camille & adam

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Comment on Parsley – it’s not just a garnish! by Lisa Kadar http://livingnutrition.net/2011/03/29/hello-world/#comment-3 Mon, 04 Apr 2011 19:08:14 +0000 http://livingnutritiondotnet.wordpress.com/?p=1#comment-3 As a child I would watch my dad eat the parsley garnish and my mum cringe in horror at how goshe (sp?) he was acting. This post vindicates his actions! After watching him over the years and risking being viewed with equal disdain I too have become a blatant parsley consumer. Thanks for the encouragement. Parsley appreciators unit! I’m trying your slaw tonight.

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Comment on Baby Food Recipes by George S. http://livingnutrition.net/baby-food-recipes/#comment-2 Sun, 03 Apr 2011 18:30:23 +0000 http://livingnutrition.net/?page_id=9#comment-2 Thanks Sarah,
This is really great information as I thought only about giving my little son canned baby foods. I never thought to make my own at home so simply, as you described. I’m really excited to try the avocado and sweet potato recipe.
This is a great site thanks again!
George

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