In The Beginning – There Was Paleo!

and it was good…..

William J. Bennett’s  now very familiar quote stares at me from underneath my computer screen:

Blueberries“Much good that might have been achieved in the world is lost through hesitation, faltering, wavering, vascillating, or just not sticking with it” – from his Book of Virtues,

I have finally given “birth” to my web site!  Baby steps are taken!

I will talk of more things than food, but the name “Designed forPaleo Muffin Health” was taken, so I have reverted to one of my original names from two years ago!  I let settling on a name become a major stumbling block.  No more hesitation, faltering, etc. for me!

My goal is to post some thoughts twice a week, usually Monday and Thursday.  Of course, this is Saturday, but you never know when a baby will decide to be born!

Remember, as Hippocrates said, “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food”.  Therefore, endeavor to eat nutrient rich foods devoid of added sugars and chemicals whenever possible.  We will talk about what that means in the future. In the mean time,  fish, veggies, and a salad with avocado are looking really good to me!

Deidre

Disclaimer:

The information being discussed in these blogs is NOT intended to replace a relationship with a qualified health care professional. Foodtalk4you blogs endeavor to empower people through the exploration of publicly available resources of information about human anatomy and physiology, and how different foods affect the human body.  Readers should seek the advice of their qualified health care providers with any questions about their medical conditions or health status before attempting any dietary, exercise, or lifestyle changes.

Disclaimer: The information being discussed in these blogs is NOT intended to replace a relationship with a qualified health care professional. Foodtalk4you blogs endeavor to empower people through the exploration of publicly available resources of information about human anatomy and physiology, and how different foods affect the human body. Readers should seek the advice of their qualified health care providers with any questions about their medical conditions or health status before attempting any dietary, exercise, or lifestyle changes.