We often think of vitamin D and its role in bones. But it is important in all tissues and cells. So it follows that vitamin D deficiency effects all tissues and cells, not just bones. If we increased our intake, could many cases of cancer, type 1 diabetes, heart disease and high blood pressure, […]
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Bite on a stalk of cool spring rhubarb and feel your mouth pucker up. As the weather turns to summer heat, the stalks loose some of their puckery tang. Rhubarb is often a love it or hate it food. The mere mention of the word usually elicits a reactions, a smile or a grimace. […]
Grain and seed flours 1. Amaranth 2. Buckwheat 3. 4. 5. Corn– also known as (aka) masa harina. Corn flour can be white, yellow or blue 6. Montina– aka Indian rice grass. 7. Mesquite 8. Millet 9. Oat– must be certified gluten free to prevent cross contamination with glutinous grains. 10. Quinoa 11. 12. […]