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Emotions are Human; A Foster Kid Story

Emotions are Human There is a story for each child in the Foster Home. Unbelievable things happen to every single child. And it is truly amazing how resilient the human spirit can be. I decided a long time ago that I would change the foster system by helping the kids one by one where I […]

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Managing Anger

Managing Anger is important Life is never really fair. After babysitting, raising our children, fostering several children, and now working with orphans and children in foster group homes; managing anger is something we need to deal with regularly. In my experience over the last 20 years, it’s the food and the attitude that help us […]

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Little Purple Pickled Eggs: Healthy and Fun

Pick a Peck of Pickled Eggs! Pickled Eggs are not a food we eat every day or even in the last 2 or 5 years! But, sometimes I get stuck when it comes to preparing meals. I have the regulars but after a while we all get tired of them.  My husband, on the other […]

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Real Food Popsicles, Pops, & Fun

Want some real food popsicles? It’s wonderfully fun! When you eat great ingredients, food tastes great and you become great! Real Food Popsicles Working with kids is positively challenging when it comes to eating healthy. The competition out there is wildly intense. Virtually every grocery store, office, and clinic offers a lollipop, candy or cookie to make visits happy. […]

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Removing Worms and Parasites

Removing the Worms from Our Body

We Need To Remove The Worms From Our Body Several years ago in school, a wonderful biology professor stated, “If we could see everything, we would never; shake hands, pet an animal, hug, kiss, or even eat!” It has uncomfortably remained in my memory. This photo is of the Schistosoma or Blood Fluke. These worms deprive the […]

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Sauerkraut Salad Dressing

Sauerkraut Salad Dressing to help the gut Whether we buy or make sauerkraut,  the remaining juice is so nutritional I didn’t want to throw it away.  One thought is to make salad dressing with the sauerkraut fulfilling the “vinegar” component. It tastes delicious, so I’m sharing.   Fermentation preserves and releases the lactic acids of cabbage […]

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