Food, Cooking, and Health Articles

This section on my blog is with food and cooking articles, as well as nutrition-health articles, that I have written over the last decade. Adding articles now and again–expanding the food, cooking, & health articles section on this blog as time allows. Enjoy! -Virginia Wright 

Honey Butter

Honey vs Maltitol Sweetener

  Cooking With Maltitol Sweetener

 

 

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Dandelion Blossoms | Wild Edible Weeds – Dandelion Greens © Virginia Wright

 

 

Nutritional Facts – Dandelion Greens Usually in the spring, before anything else can be grown in our gardens, dandelions are seen popping up everywhere. It’s a sustainable edible plant, wild greens, that are not only pretty to look at– but are fun to eat! Dandelions are super healthy and nutritious for us too.

 

Maine Blueberry Field © Photo By Shane Wright

Maine Blueberry Field © Photo By Shane Wright

In the early years of my children’s lives– we lived in Maine; where Blueberry Season and Wild Maine Blueberries during blueberry picking time was an experience for the whole family…

 

 

 

Fruit Bowl © Virginia Wright

Fruit Bowl © Virginia Wright

Medical community less skeptical of Atkins diet that touts large portions of protein and fat…

 

 

 

 

Low Carb Candy Nutritional Facts

Low Carb Candy Nutritional Facts

Figure out the number of (sugars) in your candy or low carbohydrate snack Bars. Find out this author’s “Best Liked Low Carbohydrate Candy Picks.”

 

 

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Editorial reviews, opinions, and posts are written by the author of this site (Virginia Wright) unless otherwise noted.  Link references are checked by me and provided for an external source of reference and entertainment purposes only. Please investigate and check all sources on your own, for your own benefit. Information on this blog is not meant to treat or diagnose. I am an author, not a physician.

Most of the time anything I write is based on my personal research or opinions. More opinion, than a claim. I reach the conclusions I state, based on my own experience.

-Virginia Wright

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