Millet was something I occasionally consumed in a breakfast cereal. It wasn't until more recently that I have come to appreciate the wonderful grain. For my athlete following friends, millet is a staple grain in the Keny
I made a less typical snack sandwich yesterday. This half hemwich is a great snack for athletes with high energy demands or a small meal for anyone on the go. Think of the hemp seeds as replacing the meat on this half sa
I made a trip to the bulk food store earlier this week. We are only a family of four, but there are some food staples we can fly through. I find the bulk food store not only handy for keeping a sufficient supply of such
My last recipe for a Pumpkin Pie Pick-Me-Up is delicious, but you may hesitate to make it wondering what you would do with all of the leftover pumpkin puree. Would you make pick-me-up after pick-me-up until you finally ac
It's not uncommon for training athletes to find it difficult to meet daily iron needs. Here is a good buy that's great for athlete's wanting to work a little more iron into their training diet to support normal iron statu
Ever feel confused over the butter versus margarine debate? In terms of fat and calories, butter and margarine are the exact same with about 35 calories and 4 grams of fat per teaspoon. The main difference between butter
When I was grocery shopping the other day I was stopped dead in my tracks in the peanut butter aisle. Looks like a new peanut butter product to hit the shelves.
I analyzed the package to look at the label