It’s a podcast! And a podcast interview with the incredible WAP Foundation! This foundation is such an inclusive, researched organization.
We are in the middle of launching our family’s secret success wrapped up into a Real Food Recovery Cookbook. Hopefully, this cookbook can reach out to other families needing encouragement for simple recipes and ways to improve health. Often I’m asked how we recover our kids and foster kids; I guess health is rather elusive these days. Sometimes, we just have to roll up our sleeves and get to work. That work for me is in the kitchen and in the hearts of children.
Realistically, life is not easy. Difficulties, obstacles, and heartache are very familiar in our family. However, we get up every day and make something wonderful out of it all. We get some magical moments and we relish in them! Truly, watching a child get healthy is a wonderful moment. Whether the child is sad, toxic from drugs, or just overloaded with a bad disposition and gut, we love them. We love them with our words, our actions, our food, and our environment.
The Lemonade We Make With Lemons
As a mom of four children in school, the few events I attend, I am greatly saddened by the despair in Moms voices. Since most parents have a sick child, there is a lot spent with the wrong doctors or the wrong “healthy” foods. Although I am a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and not a doctor, I will testify that there are a lot of decisions a parent makes to give life, hope, and health. Surprisingly, you do not have to spend a lot of money. Let’s roll up our sleeves, spend 30 minutes in the kitchen, and see the power of a loving parent in the kitchen, making good food!
Is is fun to share our story filled with “lemonade” and other useful tips in a southern momma podcast!
There are a lot of things to buy and doctors to visit, but the greatest power we have is to sit together in fellowship at a table filled with good food and love.
Hope you find empowerment and become responsible for your health!