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Trader Joe’s Vegan Soy Chorizo and Daiya Vegan Cheddar Cheese Product Reviews by fitnesshealthandfood Health Maven Posted Tue 31 May 2011 5:11pm Hello everyone! I hope that the sun is shining where you are because it is a beautiful day here in Chicago. Summer in our apartment is a bit of a double edged sword because we don’t have air conditioning. So even though I love hot weather, there is no escaping it! Thank you all for sharing your experiences and insight regarding more mindful ... Read on »
Confused About Fat? Choose Grassfed! by Robin P. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 17 Sep 2010 6:31am                            In my Grandma's day, there was no such thing as a bad fat. All fat was "good" simply because it tasted good. My Grandma fried her eggs in bacon grease, added bacon grease to her cakes and pancakes, made her pie crusts from lard, and served butter with her homemade bread. My grandmother was able to thri ... Read on »
Really Good DF Cheese, A Primer, with Cheddar Recipe by Naomi P. Patient Expert Posted Tue 03 Mar 2009 4:14pm Nopers, people, your eyes are not fooling you. What you are staring at is homemade vegan cheese, shredded for prettifulness. You may be wondering how on earth I did that... Glad you asked! In this blog post I'm going to clue you in on the wonders of dairy free cheese. Hopefully by the time you've read this article and tested out my samp ... Read on »
Truth: Not all saturated fats are bad. by Wholewheatorbust Posted Wed 24 Nov 2010 7:10am So as you may remember, I am taking Food Chemistry. We just concluded a unit on fat and I really want to share with you what I have learned. First of all, not all saturated fat is bad. It is much more complicated than that. Also, you should know that while 90% of the population does better with a lower fat (like 30% of daily calories) diet, 10% ... Read on »
Amy’s Gluten-Free Non-Dairy Mac and Cheese Review by adventuresgfmom Posted Tue 16 Mar 2010 10:18pm So in case it hasn’t been made clear yet, I like trying new things. Especially when it comes to innovative food substitutions! I haven’t done a lot of dairy-free/vegan posts because I try to avoid straight-up soy when possible. My mom is a breast cancer survivor and I prefer to not eat plant estrogen, “just in case.”  I’m not even sure t ... Read on »
You Ask, I Answer: Choosing Cheese by Andy B. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 13 Jan 2010 10:00pm Can you recommend some cheeses that might be healthier than others to add? I love cheese on salads. – Terri Korolev San Francisco, CA The key is to use cheeses that provide plenty of flavor but not a lot of saturated fat or sodium. Remember — the saturated fats in full-fat dairy are more atherogenic than those in oth ... Read on »
Cheese, Please: A Cautionary Tale of a Dairy-Loving Lass and Her Ensuing Internal Conflict :-D by Corey I. Patient Expert Posted Tue 18 Jun 2013 6:30pm Since this post has expanded from its original conception, I've decided to break it up into multiple, more easily digestible parts. :) I grew up in an area with lots of dairy farms and so, not surprisingly was raised in a cheese-a-holic family. :) You could probably toss a wheel of cheese in the air like a frisbee, a ... Read on »
How soy can kill you AND save your life... by Mark Hyman, M.D. Medical Doctor Posted Wed 17 Sep 2008 12:50am 1 Comment "Eating soy will kill you!" True? Well, yes... but only if you're a mouse with no ovaries and no immune system, eating highly processed soy extracts in mega doses that humans were never meant to eat. Scan some media reports and surf the Internet, however, and you're bound to come across scary claims like: -  Soy will give you breast ... Read on »
The Skinny on Fat, Part 1 by Dawn Gifford aka Small Footprint Mama Posted Fri 21 Aug 2009 12:25pm A dear friend of mine recently went to the hospital with chest pains. It turned out that he just had heartburn, thank goodness. But nevertheless, people with concerns about their cardiovascular health or their weight are often given the same standard advice: eat a low-fat, low-cholesterol diet and get more exercise. While the advice to exe ... Read on »
Soy is Not a Health Food by Dawn Gifford aka Small Footprint Mama Posted Thu 19 Nov 2009 1:49am The mainstream media has got news for you these days: Overweight? Try soy! Hot-flashes? Eat soy! Blotchy skin? Rub on some soy! Lactose intolerant? Soy! With all the ads on TV and all the products popping up everywhere, you’d think soy foods were the answer to everything that ails you. Unfortunately, nothing could be further from the ... Read on »