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HOW TO CURE SIBO, Small Intestinal Bowel Overgrowth: Step #6 Avoid allergenic foods (corn, soy, gluten/wheat, dairy, nuts, egg w by Dr. B G Doctor of Pharmacy Posted Sat 30 Nov 2013 7:20pm Photo credit:  Heritage J. Nature, 2004 . HOW TO CURE SIBO/SIFO, Small Intestinal Bacterial/Fungal Overgrowth (protocol) Step #6  Avoid allergenic foods (corn, soy, gluten/wheat, dairy, nuts, egg whites, etc) Avoid GMO products and livestock/poultry fed GMO crops (corn, soy, etc)  Guest Post: Tim Steele (aka Tat ... Read on »
Elizabeth Henderson: A CSA Mission to Taiwan by Chelsea Green Patient Expert Posted Sat 20 Nov 2010 9:01am Farmer and author Elizabeth Henderson, whose book is Sharing The Harvest: A Citizen’s Guide to Community Supported Agriculture , recently took a trip to Taiwan to share her knowledge and expertise related to Community Supported Agriculture (CSA). She wrote the following essay about her experience. In their headlong rush to develop ... Read on »
Nut Free Chocolate Vadeboncoeur by Karen B. Posted Tue 28 Sep 2010 11:45am Chocolate Vadeboncoeur has it's nut free Halloween chocolates out, in Canada. All their products are made in a peanut, almond and nut free factory. Solid Milk Chocolate Skeletonheads Caramel Centre crazy beetles Sold by the box individually wrapped for Halloween Trick or Treaters or small chocolate treats Read on »
Beets, Beetles, Battlestar Coal-actica & Cupcakes by Laury@TheFitnessDish Posted Sun 16 May 2010 12:00am Beets Was never really a fan of beets...and I really just used them for the first time when I made the semi- vegan red velvet cupcakes for Valentine's Day. My brothers graduation party was last night, and his girlfriend, Mare asked that I make them again, this time without the beets. I also wanted to try a little more tweaking. ... Read on »
Book Review: The Insatiable Bark Beetle by Sierra Club .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 24 Jan 2012 9:13pm Dr. Reese Halter’s The Insatiable Bark Beetle  (Rocky Mountain Books, 2011) concerns yet another terrible consequence of global warming. The bark beetle — an umbrella term for several species of beetle that are killing coniferous trees by the millions — used to die in winter, but recently the mercury hasn’t dipped low enough to significan ... Read on »
Happy 5th Birthday!!!! by McNulty Family Posted Fri 13 May 2011 3:30pm Our babies, they will always be my babies, turn 5 years old today. Weren't we just putting up crib tents, duct taping diapers, and locking up the Vaseline? I know I always get sentimental this time of year. I just can't help it. We have come so far and every year it just gets better. This year is the beginning of a new chapter in our l ... Read on »
Ode to the Nut Butter: A Nut Butter Nut by Angie All The Way Patient Expert Posted Sun 26 Apr 2009 12:29am I now fancy myself a bit of a “nut butter connoisseur” you might say. It all starts with peanut butter as a kid and for the first 27 years of my life that was pretty much the only nut butter known. Now I’ve pretty much got an entire shelf in my fridge and cupboard devoted to nut butters! I can’t get enough of them! There are worse things in this ... Read on »
Nuts, Nuts and More Nuts... by barbarads Posted Tue 02 Feb 2010 12:00am For outrageously high quality nuts, check out AE Vincent's fresh harvested, non-irradiated and non-pasteurized raw organic almonds. These go really fast, so hurry up and get your order in. Don't forget to tell them Barbara sent you! They also have organic walnuts, cashews and pecans. These are the best nuts I have ever tasted.       ... Read on »
Nuts nuts nuts nuts! by Girl Blue .. Patient Expert Posted Wed 27 Aug 2008 8:32am Stuck in traffic...erm wazzat? Nooo it can't be... IT IS IT REALLY IS!!! These pics were taken on the same day that I saw the couple of geniuses trying to cross the highway. These gentlemen are called Bobo Shantees (shanties) something to that effect. Its a type of rastafarianism and they mostly make their money b ... Read on »
Vermont Nut Free Chocolates: Gourmet Chocolates without Nuts, safe for those with nut or peanut allergies by Amanda Patient Expert Posted Sun 28 Jun 2009 9:11pm I was really surprised at how many people and especially kids who have food allergies. I have never had a problem with allergies, except maybe pollen, and I can’t imagine being a parent of a child who has a food allergy! The Vermont Nut Free chocolates Company has taken the fear out of eating delicious chocolate so that parents and kids can eat ... Read on »