Is It Still Safe To Eat Rice?

In light of recent shocking revelationsby Consumer Reports Magazine, you may be wondering whether you should still be eating rice. The independent testing organization discovered that many widely-eaten rice products – including white rice, brown rice, organic rice baby cereal, and rice breakfast cereals – contain arsenic, a powerful carcinogen. (more…)
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Magical Chicken Soup

To my mind, everything about chicken soup is magical: the sweet, brothy scent that wafts through the house as the ingredients’ aromas meld in my stock pot; its deeply comforting flavors as I slowly slurp it down; and the sustained sense of nourishment and belly-warmth I feel long after I have finished my meal. (more…)
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Warming Ginger and Lemon Infusion

Winter has come very suddenly to my part of the world (it snowed this morning!) and while I wait for my central heating to crank into gear after the summer break, I have been brewing my own “liquid central heating” to keep me warm. (more…)
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Avocado-Chocolate “Nutella” Pudding

If you think you’ve misread the title of this dish – “Avocados and chocolate? Surely not!” – please bear with me; it’s not what it seems. Granted, it does sound like a bold combination; but when you think about it, avocadoes are fruits, and they don’t have to be eaten as guacamole. Moreover, both avocados and chocolate contain powerful anti-cancer nutrients, so that’s as good a reason as any for us to enjoy this dish regularly. (more…)
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It’s Pizza, But Not As You Know It

Because of their high water content, many people think that eggplants don’t offer much in the way of nutrients. However, nothing could be further from the truth! In addition to providing a wide range of vitamins and minerals, eggplants also contain important plant nutrients that are thought to have anti-cancer benefits, such as caffeic and chlorogenic acids, and flavonoids such as nasunin. (more…)
Read More

WCRF To Advise On Anti-Cancer Challenge

Good news: the World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) has agreed to act as scientific adviser to my Anti-Cancer Challenge. With the help of this highly respected and well-resourced organization, I will be even better equipped to provide reliable and useful information to readers wishing to improve their chances of preventing or overcoming cancer through simple lifestyle changes. (more…)
Read More

Is It Still Safe To Eat Rice?

In light of recent shocking revelationsby Consumer Reports Magazine, you may be wondering whether you should still be eating rice. The independent testing organization discovered that many widely-eaten rice products – including white rice, brown rice, organic rice baby cereal, and rice breakfast cereals – contain arsenic, a powerful carcinogen. (more…)
Read More

Magical Chicken Soup

To my mind, everything about chicken soup is magical: the sweet, brothy scent that wafts through the house as the ingredients’ aromas meld in my stock pot; its deeply comforting flavors as I slowly slurp it down; and the sustained sense of nourishment and belly-warmth I feel long after I have finished my meal. (more…)
Read More

Warming Ginger and Lemon Infusion

Winter has come very suddenly to my part of the world (it snowed this morning!) and while I wait for my central heating to crank into gear after the summer break, I have been brewing my own “liquid central heating” to keep me warm. (more…)
Read More

Avocado-Chocolate “Nutella” Pudding

If you think you’ve misread the title of this dish – “Avocados and chocolate? Surely not!” – please bear with me; it’s not what it seems. Granted, it does sound like a bold combination; but when you think about it, avocadoes are fruits, and they don’t have to be eaten as guacamole. Moreover, both avocados and chocolate contain powerful anti-cancer nutrients, so that’s as good a reason as any for us to enjoy this dish regularly. (more…)
Read More

It’s Pizza, But Not As You Know It

Because of their high water content, many people think that eggplants don’t offer much in the way of nutrients. However, nothing could be further from the truth! In addition to providing a wide range of vitamins and minerals, eggplants also contain important plant nutrients that are thought to have anti-cancer benefits, such as caffeic and chlorogenic acids, and flavonoids such as nasunin. (more…)
Read More

WCRF To Advise On Anti-Cancer Challenge

Good news: the World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) has agreed to act as scientific adviser to my Anti-Cancer Challenge. With the help of this highly respected and well-resourced organization, I will be even better equipped to provide reliable and useful information to readers wishing to improve their chances of preventing or overcoming cancer through simple lifestyle changes. (more…)
Read More

Is It Still Safe To Eat Rice?

In light of recent shocking revelationsby Consumer Reports Magazine, you may be wondering whether you should still be eating rice. The independent testing organization discovered that many widely-eaten rice products – including white rice, brown rice, organic rice baby cereal, and rice breakfast cereals – contain arsenic, a powerful carcinogen. (more…)
Read More

Magical Chicken Soup

To my mind, everything about chicken soup is magical: the sweet, brothy scent that wafts through the house as the ingredients’ aromas meld in my stock pot; its deeply comforting flavors as I slowly slurp it down; and the sustained sense of nourishment and belly-warmth I feel long after I have finished my meal. (more…)
Read More

Warming Ginger and Lemon Infusion

Winter has come very suddenly to my part of the world (it snowed this morning!) and while I wait for my central heating to crank into gear after the summer break, I have been brewing my own “liquid central heating” to keep me warm. (more…)
Read More

Avocado-Chocolate “Nutella” Pudding

If you think you’ve misread the title of this dish – “Avocados and chocolate? Surely not!” – please bear with me; it’s not what it seems. Granted, it does sound like a bold combination; but when you think about it, avocadoes are fruits, and they don’t have to be eaten as guacamole. Moreover, both avocados and chocolate contain powerful anti-cancer nutrients, so that’s as good a reason as any for us to enjoy this dish regularly. (more…)
Read More

It’s Pizza, But Not As You Know It

Because of their high water content, many people think that eggplants don’t offer much in the way of nutrients. However, nothing could be further from the truth! In addition to providing a wide range of vitamins and minerals, eggplants also contain important plant nutrients that are thought to have anti-cancer benefits, such as caffeic and chlorogenic acids, and flavonoids such as nasunin. (more…)
Read More

WCRF To Advise On Anti-Cancer Challenge

Good news: the World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) has agreed to act as scientific adviser to my Anti-Cancer Challenge. With the help of this highly respected and well-resourced organization, I will be even better equipped to provide reliable and useful information to readers wishing to improve their chances of preventing or overcoming cancer through simple lifestyle changes. (more…)
Read More

Is It Still Safe To Eat Rice?

In light of recent shocking revelationsby Consumer Reports Magazine, you may be wondering whether you should still be eating rice. The independent testing organization discovered that many widely-eaten rice products – including white rice, brown rice, organic rice baby cereal, and rice breakfast cereals – contain arsenic, a powerful carcinogen. (more…)
Read More

Magical Chicken Soup

To my mind, everything about chicken soup is magical: the sweet, brothy scent that wafts through the house as the ingredients’ aromas meld in my stock pot; its deeply comforting flavors as I slowly slurp it down; and the sustained sense of nourishment and belly-warmth I feel long after I have finished my meal. (more…)
Read More

Warming Ginger and Lemon Infusion

Winter has come very suddenly to my part of the world (it snowed this morning!) and while I wait for my central heating to crank into gear after the summer break, I have been brewing my own “liquid central heating” to keep me warm. (more…)
Read More

Avocado-Chocolate “Nutella” Pudding

If you think you’ve misread the title of this dish – “Avocados and chocolate? Surely not!” – please bear with me; it’s not what it seems. Granted, it does sound like a bold combination; but when you think about it, avocadoes are fruits, and they don’t have to be eaten as guacamole. Moreover, both avocados and chocolate contain powerful anti-cancer nutrients, so that’s as good a reason as any for us to enjoy this dish regularly. (more…)
Read More

It’s Pizza, But Not As You Know It

Because of their high water content, many people think that eggplants don’t offer much in the way of nutrients. However, nothing could be further from the truth! In addition to providing a wide range of vitamins and minerals, eggplants also contain important plant nutrients that are thought to have anti-cancer benefits, such as caffeic and chlorogenic acids, and flavonoids such as nasunin. (more…)
Read More

WCRF To Advise On Anti-Cancer Challenge

Good news: the World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) has agreed to act as scientific adviser to my Anti-Cancer Challenge. With the help of this highly respected and well-resourced organization, I will be even better equipped to provide reliable and useful information to readers wishing to improve their chances of preventing or overcoming cancer through simple lifestyle changes. (more…)
Read More

Is It Still Safe To Eat Rice?

In light of recent shocking revelationsby Consumer Reports Magazine, you may be wondering whether you should still be eating rice. The independent testing organization discovered that many widely-eaten rice products – including white rice, brown rice, organic rice baby cereal, and rice breakfast cereals – contain arsenic, a powerful carcinogen. (more…)
Read More

Magical Chicken Soup

To my mind, everything about chicken soup is magical: the sweet, brothy scent that wafts through the house as the ingredients’ aromas meld in my stock pot; its deeply comforting flavors as I slowly slurp it down; and the sustained sense of nourishment and belly-warmth I feel long after I have finished my meal. (more…)
Read More

Warming Ginger and Lemon Infusion

Winter has come very suddenly to my part of the world (it snowed this morning!) and while I wait for my central heating to crank into gear after the summer break, I have been brewing my own “liquid central heating” to keep me warm. (more…)
Read More

Avocado-Chocolate “Nutella” Pudding

If you think you’ve misread the title of this dish – “Avocados and chocolate? Surely not!” – please bear with me; it’s not what it seems. Granted, it does sound like a bold combination; but when you think about it, avocadoes are fruits, and they don’t have to be eaten as guacamole. Moreover, both avocados and chocolate contain powerful anti-cancer nutrients, so that’s as good a reason as any for us to enjoy this dish regularly. (more…)
Read More

It’s Pizza, But Not As You Know It

Because of their high water content, many people think that eggplants don’t offer much in the way of nutrients. However, nothing could be further from the truth! In addition to providing a wide range of vitamins and minerals, eggplants also contain important plant nutrients that are thought to have anti-cancer benefits, such as caffeic and chlorogenic acids, and flavonoids such as nasunin. (more…)
Read More

WCRF To Advise On Anti-Cancer Challenge

Good news: the World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) has agreed to act as scientific adviser to my Anti-Cancer Challenge. With the help of this highly respected and well-resourced organization, I will be even better equipped to provide reliable and useful information to readers wishing to improve their chances of preventing or overcoming cancer through simple lifestyle changes. (more…)
Read More

Is It Still Safe To Eat Rice?

In light of recent shocking revelationsby Consumer Reports Magazine, you may be wondering whether you should still be eating rice. The independent testing organization discovered that many widely-eaten rice products – including white rice, brown rice, organic rice baby cereal, and rice breakfast cereals – contain arsenic, a powerful carcinogen. (more…)
Read More

Magical Chicken Soup

To my mind, everything about chicken soup is magical: the sweet, brothy scent that wafts through the house as the ingredients’ aromas meld in my stock pot; its deeply comforting flavors as I slowly slurp it down; and the sustained sense of nourishment and belly-warmth I feel long after I have finished my meal. (more…)
Read More

Warming Ginger and Lemon Infusion

Winter has come very suddenly to my part of the world (it snowed this morning!) and while I wait for my central heating to crank into gear after the summer break, I have been brewing my own “liquid central heating” to keep me warm. (more…)
Read More

Avocado-Chocolate “Nutella” Pudding

If you think you’ve misread the title of this dish – “Avocados and chocolate? Surely not!” – please bear with me; it’s not what it seems. Granted, it does sound like a bold combination; but when you think about it, avocadoes are fruits, and they don’t have to be eaten as guacamole. Moreover, both avocados and chocolate contain powerful anti-cancer nutrients, so that’s as good a reason as any for us to enjoy this dish regularly. (more…)
Read More

It’s Pizza, But Not As You Know It

Because of their high water content, many people think that eggplants don’t offer much in the way of nutrients. However, nothing could be further from the truth! In addition to providing a wide range of vitamins and minerals, eggplants also contain important plant nutrients that are thought to have anti-cancer benefits, such as caffeic and chlorogenic acids, and flavonoids such as nasunin. (more…)
Read More

WCRF To Advise On Anti-Cancer Challenge

Good news: the World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) has agreed to act as scientific adviser to my Anti-Cancer Challenge. With the help of this highly respected and well-resourced organization, I will be even better equipped to provide reliable and useful information to readers wishing to improve their chances of preventing or overcoming cancer through simple lifestyle changes. (more…)
Read More

Is It Still Safe To Eat Rice?

In light of recent shocking revelationsby Consumer Reports Magazine, you may be wondering whether you should still be eating rice. The independent testing organization discovered that many widely-eaten rice products – including white rice, brown rice, organic rice baby cereal, and rice breakfast cereals – contain arsenic, a powerful carcinogen. (more…)
Read More

Magical Chicken Soup

To my mind, everything about chicken soup is magical: the sweet, brothy scent that wafts through the house as the ingredients’ aromas meld in my stock pot; its deeply comforting flavors as I slowly slurp it down; and the sustained sense of nourishment and belly-warmth I feel long after I have finished my meal. (more…)
Read More

Warming Ginger and Lemon Infusion

Winter has come very suddenly to my part of the world (it snowed this morning!) and while I wait for my central heating to crank into gear after the summer break, I have been brewing my own “liquid central heating” to keep me warm. (more…)
Read More

Avocado-Chocolate “Nutella” Pudding

If you think you’ve misread the title of this dish – “Avocados and chocolate? Surely not!” – please bear with me; it’s not what it seems. Granted, it does sound like a bold combination; but when you think about it, avocadoes are fruits, and they don’t have to be eaten as guacamole. Moreover, both avocados and chocolate contain powerful anti-cancer nutrients, so that’s as good a reason as any for us to enjoy this dish regularly. (more…)
Read More

It’s Pizza, But Not As You Know It

Because of their high water content, many people think that eggplants don’t offer much in the way of nutrients. However, nothing could be further from the truth! In addition to providing a wide range of vitamins and minerals, eggplants also contain important plant nutrients that are thought to have anti-cancer benefits, such as caffeic and chlorogenic acids, and flavonoids such as nasunin. (more…)
Read More

WCRF To Advise On Anti-Cancer Challenge

Good news: the World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) has agreed to act as scientific adviser to my Anti-Cancer Challenge. With the help of this highly respected and well-resourced organization, I will be even better equipped to provide reliable and useful information to readers wishing to improve their chances of preventing or overcoming cancer through simple lifestyle changes. (more…)
Read More

Is It Still Safe To Eat Rice?

In light of recent shocking revelationsby Consumer Reports Magazine, you may be wondering whether you should still be eating rice. The independent testing organization discovered that many widely-eaten rice products – including white rice, brown rice, organic rice baby cereal, and rice breakfast cereals – contain arsenic, a powerful carcinogen. (more…)
Read More

Magical Chicken Soup

To my mind, everything about chicken soup is magical: the sweet, brothy scent that wafts through the house as the ingredients’ aromas meld in my stock pot; its deeply comforting flavors as I slowly slurp it down; and the sustained sense of nourishment and belly-warmth I feel long after I have finished my meal. (more…)
Read More

Warming Ginger and Lemon Infusion

Winter has come very suddenly to my part of the world (it snowed this morning!) and while I wait for my central heating to crank into gear after the summer break, I have been brewing my own “liquid central heating” to keep me warm. (more…)
Read More

Avocado-Chocolate “Nutella” Pudding

If you think you’ve misread the title of this dish – “Avocados and chocolate? Surely not!” – please bear with me; it’s not what it seems. Granted, it does sound like a bold combination; but when you think about it, avocadoes are fruits, and they don’t have to be eaten as guacamole. Moreover, both avocados and chocolate contain powerful anti-cancer nutrients, so that’s as good a reason as any for us to enjoy this dish regularly. (more…)
Read More

It’s Pizza, But Not As You Know It

Because of their high water content, many people think that eggplants don’t offer much in the way of nutrients. However, nothing could be further from the truth! In addition to providing a wide range of vitamins and minerals, eggplants also contain important plant nutrients that are thought to have anti-cancer benefits, such as caffeic and chlorogenic acids, and flavonoids such as nasunin. (more…)
Read More

WCRF To Advise On Anti-Cancer Challenge

Good news: the World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) has agreed to act as scientific adviser to my Anti-Cancer Challenge. With the help of this highly respected and well-resourced organization, I will be even better equipped to provide reliable and useful information to readers wishing to improve their chances of preventing or overcoming cancer through simple lifestyle changes. (more…)
Read More

Is It Still Safe To Eat Rice?

In light of recent shocking revelationsby Consumer Reports Magazine, you may be wondering whether you should still be eating rice. The independent testing organization discovered that many widely-eaten rice products – including white rice, brown rice, organic rice baby cereal, and rice breakfast cereals – contain arsenic, a powerful carcinogen. (more…)
Read More

Magical Chicken Soup

To my mind, everything about chicken soup is magical: the sweet, brothy scent that wafts through the house as the ingredients’ aromas meld in my stock pot; its deeply comforting flavors as I slowly slurp it down; and the sustained sense of nourishment and belly-warmth I feel long after I have finished my meal. (more…)
Read More

Warming Ginger and Lemon Infusion

Winter has come very suddenly to my part of the world (it snowed this morning!) and while I wait for my central heating to crank into gear after the summer break, I have been brewing my own “liquid central heating” to keep me warm. (more…)
Read More

Avocado-Chocolate “Nutella” Pudding

If you think you’ve misread the title of this dish – “Avocados and chocolate? Surely not!” – please bear with me; it’s not what it seems. Granted, it does sound like a bold combination; but when you think about it, avocadoes are fruits, and they don’t have to be eaten as guacamole. Moreover, both avocados and chocolate contain powerful anti-cancer nutrients, so that’s as good a reason as any for us to enjoy this dish regularly. (more…)
Read More

It’s Pizza, But Not As You Know It

Because of their high water content, many people think that eggplants don’t offer much in the way of nutrients. However, nothing could be further from the truth! In addition to providing a wide range of vitamins and minerals, eggplants also contain important plant nutrients that are thought to have anti-cancer benefits, such as caffeic and chlorogenic acids, and flavonoids such as nasunin. (more…)
Read More

WCRF To Advise On Anti-Cancer Challenge

Good news: the World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) has agreed to act as scientific adviser to my Anti-Cancer Challenge. With the help of this highly respected and well-resourced organization, I will be even better equipped to provide reliable and useful information to readers wishing to improve their chances of preventing or overcoming cancer through simple lifestyle changes. (more…)
Read More

Is It Still Safe To Eat Rice?

In light of recent shocking revelationsby Consumer Reports Magazine, you may be wondering whether you should still be eating rice. The independent testing organization discovered that many widely-eaten rice products – including white rice, brown rice, organic rice baby cereal, and rice breakfast cereals – contain arsenic, a powerful carcinogen. (more…)
Read More

Magical Chicken Soup

To my mind, everything about chicken soup is magical: the sweet, brothy scent that wafts through the house as the ingredients’ aromas meld in my stock pot; its deeply comforting flavors as I slowly slurp it down; and the sustained sense of nourishment and belly-warmth I feel long after I have finished my meal. (more…)
Read More

Warming Ginger and Lemon Infusion

Winter has come very suddenly to my part of the world (it snowed this morning!) and while I wait for my central heating to crank into gear after the summer break, I have been brewing my own “liquid central heating” to keep me warm. (more…)
Read More

Avocado-Chocolate “Nutella” Pudding

If you think you’ve misread the title of this dish – “Avocados and chocolate? Surely not!” – please bear with me; it’s not what it seems. Granted, it does sound like a bold combination; but when you think about it, avocadoes are fruits, and they don’t have to be eaten as guacamole. Moreover, both avocados and chocolate contain powerful anti-cancer nutrients, so that’s as good a reason as any for us to enjoy this dish regularly. (more…)
Read More

It’s Pizza, But Not As You Know It

Because of their high water content, many people think that eggplants don’t offer much in the way of nutrients. However, nothing could be further from the truth! In addition to providing a wide range of vitamins and minerals, eggplants also contain important plant nutrients that are thought to have anti-cancer benefits, such as caffeic and chlorogenic acids, and flavonoids such as nasunin. (more…)
Read More

WCRF To Advise On Anti-Cancer Challenge

Good news: the World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) has agreed to act as scientific adviser to my Anti-Cancer Challenge. With the help of this highly respected and well-resourced organization, I will be even better equipped to provide reliable and useful information to readers wishing to improve their chances of preventing or overcoming cancer through simple lifestyle changes. (more…)
Read More