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Post #100: Advice for Vegemite Virgins on Australia Day

My latest Zester piece encourages Americans to try Vegemite today, on Australia Day,  the country’s national holiday celebrating the day in 1788 when Captain Arthur Phillip and the First Fleet of eleven convict ships from Great Britain arrived at Sydney Cove. 231 more words

Food History

Simple Breakdown of B Vitamins

I’m back! If you follow me on Twitter you may already know the awesome news: I’m pregnant! I’ve been away from my blog for quite some time and it’s because I’ve been… 569 more words

Health Blog

How Stress Can Affect Your Digestion

Have you ever had butterflies in your stomach during a nerve-wracking situation, experienced a bloating feeling when stressed or received some bad news and felt your stomach drop you will know that there is a connection between your emotions and your gut. 1,106 more words

Simple Salads...keep 'em fair

I make a lot of salads. My salads are very good, very simple and very fair.

First off I really am that person who takes the time to wash and chop vegetables and greens immediately after shopping…in fact I often fill the sink and throw them in water as I am putting away the rest of the groceries. 621 more words

A Day In The Life...

Sweet potato leaves a good source of vitamins

Public Release: 14-Jan-2015

Study confirms leaves of sweet potato plants contain significant levels of vitamin B6, other water-soluble vitamins

American Society for Horticultural Science

BATON ROUGE, LA – Sweetpotato is known to be a good source of ascorbic acid (vitamin C) and certain B vitamins that are considered essential to human health. 521 more words

Missed - Medical Breakthroughs

Peak Endurance for Recovery

Study after study has come out denouncing the benefits of over-the-counter, store-bought sports and energy drinks that mainly target inactive teenagers and youngsters with their marketing. 374 more words


Cold & Flu Arsenal: Medicinal Mushrooms

In ancient Egypt the mushroom carried symbolism of immortality.  But the Egyptians weren’t the only ones who regularly included this symbolic & nutritional addition in their meals. 288 more words