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Saskatoon Berry Treat by Ruth K. Patient Expert Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 6:13pm ...Amelanchier, shadbush, serviceberry, sarvisberry, juneberry, Saskatoon berry, shadblow, shadwood, sugarplum, and wild-plum... Call it what you will, but we have one growing in our backyard. A few years ago a friend gave me a small sprout from her large bush and we planted it in the back corner of our lot. It grew quickly and my husband, ... Read on »
SuperFruit - Meet Camu Berry by Robin P. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 4:37pm Natural News - There's a lot of attention focused on superfoods these days. People are interested in foods that can give them high-density nutrition, protect them from chronic disease, and even help reverse disease. One of the best (but little-known) superfoods is actually a superfruit, and like many superfruits, it comes from the rainforest reg ... Read on »
Jammin Berry Banana Pudding Natures Way! by Robinsgothealth Posted Sun 30 May 2010 8:51am My lovely son has been bugging me to make him banana pudding after he spotted a picture of the recipe on the side of the box of some bad for you kind of Nilla wafers. I cringed when I seen the recipe that calls for all kinds of unhealthy ingredients. So what I did was make up my own version without the chemicals and with less of the sugar ( ... Read on »
GF and Mom Communities Show Your Support – Food Can Heal In So Many Ways by Gluten Free Jen Posted Wed 17 Aug 2011 1:35pm I hope you will join me (or if you are not in Chicago you will show your support through a donation of any amount) at the Chicago Show Your Hearts event on Monday, August 29th.  This is an event to raise funds for The Berry Family Children (see below) who became paralyzed and lost their parents in a recent auto accident. I am thril ... Read on »
Where do Minnesota robins go in the winter? by Kathlyn S. Patient Expert Posted Thu 15 Jan 2009 5:50pm I was surprised to look out my window this morning and see a flock of six or seven robins on my step.   Why? Well, first, I’m not accustomed to seeing them in flocks. They’re usually alone when I see them, walking on the lawn, maybe stopping to pull on a worm. (I’ve since learned that during the breeding season, they like to spread out). ... Read on »
23 berries in a bottle by Robin Golliher Posted Thu 12 Aug 2010 9:26pm 1 Comment Stopping by with a little info. As most of you know that Richard and I have been running the Away Out 4 All Organization for over 3 years now. It seems as tho many are not interested in what we do. As people have told us to switch our road and don't look behind. I will be finishing my 2nd book in about 6-8 months, but in the mean time we have o ... Read on »
Robin Moyer, Kelly Ayers, RAWphoriaLIVE :: An Interview + Giveaway by Ingrid .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 22 Jan 2009 3:54pm Raw food is growing rapidly in popularity across the globe. It’s making its healthy impact in the Midwest with the help of extraordinary individuals like Robin Moyer and Kelly Ayers. These two gourmet raw chef’s merge mutual enthusiasm for sharing their knowledge of healthy, vibrant living. Last year in late January 2008, the ... Read on »
By Robin von Halle A lo ... by ARR1.com Posted Mon 14 Sep 2009 9:56am By Robin von Halle A lot of people have been paying attention to the steep rise in first-time pregnancies among some of our more mature celebrities. A recent post on Knifestyles of the Rich and Famous, points to the amazing incidence of “multiples” among older celebs like J-Lo (38) and Garcelle Beauvais-Nilon (41), and singletons among ot ... Read on »
Ask Robin by Robinsgothealth Posted Fri 22 Jan 2010 5:20pm   I was wondering, since I am 43 and have 7 children, how can I get rid of that yucky flabby belly?  I hate it.  I always had a tight stomach, even after 4 children but after the 5th and then getting pregnant quickly after, it never left.  So, I was wondering what your advice would be? Thanks - K I have researched this commonly ... Read on »
Mountain Ash Sorbus americana or Sorbus aucuparia Great Bird Food by Gloria Bonde Posted Tue 13 Sep 2011 11:49pm Last week Ted and I sat in the back yard and watched a parade of birds eating from the grapes and the Mountain Ash. This Mountain Ash was planted by birds. I found it and moved it here in front of the neighbors wall which encloses the south side of our back yard. I don’t know if it is the American or European variety. Spring brings sma ... Read on »