Pick a fruit, any fruit, and you know it
’s good for you. It’s the same with vegetables and many whole grain foods. They deserve their nutritional halos. Some foods, however, have gotten the healthy nod, when they’re actually laden with fat, sugar or both.
It may be called the Christmas Season, or the Holiday Season, but I think it really is the Eating Season! More than any other time of the year, food seems to be a focus for the next 6 weeks. Here are some ideas that have helped me to keep eating healthy (mostly!) during the holiday season.
I am trying something new today. I have been seeing the BlogRush widget on websites I have been visiting, and I finally decided to sign up. BlogRush shows links to your posts on other websites. Here is a better explanation from the BlogRush site:
BlogRush is a free service that was created to help bloggers solve their #1 need:
More Readers For Their Blog.
May your stuffing be tasty
May your turkey plump,
May your potatoes and gravy
Have nary a lump.
May your yams be delicious
And your pies take the prize,
And may your Thanksgiving dinner
Stay off your thighs!
I was talking to a friend about how I was trying to be more “aware” in my food choices. I have been trying to eat locally produced food whenever possible. I also try to eat organic food, with the least amount of processing and packaging. My friend said, “Don’t you thing that is a bit elitist?” What?????? Where did that come from. How could it be elitist? Continue reading “Eating Local is Elitist?”