Hello family, I wanted to do this as sort of a follow up to my Brown Sugar post. This is my accountability post. If I am talking so much about food and health, I should be practicing it in my own life, right? Well then, because you are reader and a member of this movement,… Continue reading Accountability: My Numbers – Pregnant, Vegan, Low Sugar, Kidney Donor, African-American Woman over 40… Curious?
I believe it is still being widely said and believed that Black and Latino people are more prone to diabetes than other ethnic groups. This would make us something of a Diabetes Diaspora, right? This suggests that God made some people with defects, inferior to others. I rebuke that notion of a Diabetes Diaspora. Obesity… Continue reading Brown Sugar: Is There Really a Diabetes Diaspora?
I Got 16 Problems... My dad was doing so well after the kidney transplant! He was like a new man, foot loose and fancy free. The only downside of his new life was that his medication list had now tripled. He was already on 4 hypertension medications, plus a baby aspirin daily. The nephrologist added… Continue reading Bush Medicine in Modern Times: Why it is so important to have this information
You've made it to 8 Day Really Nourish Yourself Devo Day 7: Use Your Ruler. Keep up the great work! Today, let's start with a piece of practical advice from the book of Proverbs that you can start using today. It's the first verse of the 23rd chapter. 📌“When you sit down to eat with… Continue reading 8 Day Really Nourish Yourself Devo Day 7: Use Your Ruler 📏📐
From the SF Gate Healthy Eating: Dark chocolate may reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease, according to information from New York University’s Langone Medical Center. Cocoa powder has even more of the substances responsible for chocolate’s health benefits, and unsweetened cocoa has the advantage of being low in calories. It also contains essential minerals that… Continue reading You say Cacao, I say Superfood – Hold the Milk and Sugar, Please!