Food


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Tonight I had the distinct pleasure of teaching a class through Staunton’s Parks and Recreation called Eat a Bug.  Please read further about it in the Staunton Newsleader article, by Laura Peters. The title of the class, Eat a Bug, is not a play on words… we ate bugs… Lots of bugs!! Crickets, […]

“Eat a Bug” Class


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Food sensitivities are different than food allergies. Food sensitivities are reactions to the body’s environment and can change over time, whereas food allergies are there to stay for life. There are two kinds of inflammation: macro and silent. Macro inflammation happens when you sprain your ankle or wrench your back. […]

Teasing out Food Sensitivities












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“Cluck” below to “chick” out the video presentation I created to explain why backyard hens should be made legal in Staunton. It was presented to City Council by Staunton City Backyard Hen Advocates on October 23, after which City Council unanimously voted to move the proposal forward to the Planning Commission! The 6-minute video […]

Clucking about backyard hens