Conflict of Interest?

While I was in Canada, I spent some time in a hospital waiting room, waiting for a friend. After I ran out of magazines to read, I picked up a booklet called Healthy Living: Living Well with Diabetes. It’s Canadian Diabetes Association approved.


I didn’t expect much, but I didn’t think this would be put out by Kraft. Do we really need to get dietary information from a manufacturer of processed foods?

If you want to make tex mex stuffed mushrooms (one of the suggested recipes), do you really need to use a bottled salad dressing like Kraft Calorie-Wise Zesty Italian Dressing and Kraft Tex Mex Light Shredded Cheese? How about starting with real foods?


This post was shared with the Healthy Home EconomistPenniless Parenting, and Real Food Forager.

Transitioning to Real Food: Judy's Story

Some people are lucky to have grown up with natural, wholesome food. The rest of us have had to transition from fast food - or what we were told was good - to real food. Every transition story is a little different.

Judy from the Judy Tsafrir M.D. blog has kindly shared her story with us.
What did you eat growing up?

My mother was a skilled and creative cook and way ahead of her time. Both my parents were from Germany, and we are Jewish, so there was a mixture of German and Jewish cuisine. Much that was homemade and fresh. My mother liked to shop daily and liked experimenting with recipes.

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