Category Archives: nutrition and books

CSA Recipes

We want to help you enjoy the veggies we grow for you! Below are links to recipes for the vegetables we grow here at BBB, and we hope to add to this list every season. Please share in the Comments Section if you have other CSA veggie recipes or links you want to recommend. Happy Cooking! And as always, CSA members can email us if you have no idea how to use a particular vegetable from your weekly delivery!:)

The End of Alzheimer’s – a review by Jay Ross

The End of Alzheimer’s by Dr Dale Bredesen A review by Jay Ross Dr. Bredesen is an internationally recognized expert in the field of neurodegenerative diseases. In The End of Alzheimer’s, Dr Dale Bredesen carefully lines out what causes Alzheimer’s Disease … Continue reading

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Good Nutrition Doesn’t Come in the Form of a Pill

Are you looking for a quick fix to your health? Robin and I recently attended the conference on Nutritional Ketosis and Metabolic Therapies.  One session I attended was on the benefits of US Navy divers being in ketosis (a low … Continue reading

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The Hardest Part about Eating Healthy

We all know we need to take care of our bodies and eat healthy food.  Why, then, does there seem to be so much confusion on the topic and so few people actually doing that?  If you ask 20 different … Continue reading

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Nutrition and Physical Degeneration Book Review

Nutrition and Physical Degeneration Weston A. Price So many of my foodie and health nut friends talk about this book, as well as the cookbook Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon, that I decided I had to read them, so I … Continue reading

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Good Bye Bad Friend

I am going to seriously minimize my contact with a bad friend this year.  His name is “Alcohol”, but he also goes by Cabernet, Zinfandel, or Syrah.  When I first met this friend, I thought it was a good match.  … Continue reading

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New Cooking Skills

New Cooking Skills are My Goal for the New Year I am an avid cook.  I suppose it’s because I believe that without some basic cooking skills, it is difficult to be healthy in this world of processed and colored … Continue reading

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Adventures in Bio-intensive Growing

A few years ago, I picked up a book at the NC Organic Grower’s School called “How to Grow More Vegetables, (and Fruits, Nuts, Berries, Grains, and Other Crops) Than You Ever Thought Possible on Less Land Than You Can … Continue reading

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Mary’s Story

My cousin, Mary Brown, is an ovarian cancer survivor. I am posting her story (written by her) because, first of all, she is a pretty amazing lady, and secondly, I want you to understand the critical importance of nutrition in … Continue reading

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What is Leptin and Why Should You Care?

Over the past several years, I have become convinced our society consumes way too much sugar, grains, potatoes, and process foods, resulting in something close to a metabolic melt down. All of these foods are loaded with carbohydrates and raise … Continue reading

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Book Review: Farmacology by Daphne Miller, M.D

Book Review: Farmacology by Daphne Miller, M.D I first heard about this book as I listened to NPR’s People’s Pharmacy on the way to the Farmers’ Market early on a Saturday morning. They were interviewing the author and it sounded … Continue reading

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