My picture was in the paper… right opposite the article about High River Families being Apathetic. Nope. You didn’t read that wrong. YAY I was in the paper! And the pictureRead More…
The, ever so blatant, red section is where my brain sparked. As a society we have come to lay so much faith and trust on the Dr’s and Medical community that we mistrust our own body over a lab test or a 15 minute visit with a white coat. Do not get me wrong! Dr’s are a great resource and very critical! They just aren’t Gods.
Like childbirth, the memory of how bad eating bad is for you can be fades! Fibro, the fatigue, and the down right depression that is settling in with every nommed on sugary goodness. Dieting isn’t the answer! * hiss of evil*. BUT The one area that is not overly encouraged is Listening to YOUR Body. Give it a shot?
In the 1950’s the Leave it to Beaver successful home had one car, a 3 bedroom home, one career/job and a neat and tidy yard/life. In the 80’s we added the microwave, post secondary education, second car and second job while maintaining the markers of the neat and tidy 1950’s. In 2010?
Amidst all of this goodness I am clicking and sauntering my way through old cross links, messages and tweets in an effort to catch up on Wheat Free Family and general gluten free stuff. What have I found?
They are NOT bringing it to Canada.
They have been quoted as saying that there is not enough demand or support for the product in the Canadian market. O_o If you are disappointed by this decision too, please contact Kellogg customer service athttp://www2.kelloggs.ca/ContactUs.aspx.
On February 16th, 2011 Health Canada will Publish Amendments to the Food Allergen Labelling Regulations in Canada Gazette, Part II (CGII) Canada’s new food allergen labelling regulations will come into force on August 4,Read More…
One post leads to another as I plan a meal. “But what about the salad dressings? Is Kraft safe? ” Clickity Click… Kraft Canada is quoted as: … it has been aRead More…
I tossed the names on pieces of paper into a toque ( how Canadian of me!), tried to do a drum roll, ( my 13 year old is way better at it than his VERY WHITE mother!) and the six year old drew the name! Should I announce it on Monday?
BBQ Charcole Gluten Free? And does it matter? Is this just a rumor? I went looking for some answers. I LOVE my BBQ too much to just willingly give it up!