Solstice and World foods

Winter Solstice is fast approaching, and soil energies are vitalizing the microbial and macro fauna so as to cycle nutrients in a most efficient way. Plants take advantage of the improved nutrient status, and humans benefit. Here are some favorite foods, worldwide — and a soil treatment that enhances such nutrient cycling. The soil treatment…

San Miguel de Allende

This few days in San Miguel de Allende have been a perfect blend of learning and teaching. First up, the 11th annual San Miguel de Allende Writer’s Conference and Literary Festival was a terrific mix of excellent faculty, stimulating keynotes, and interactive writing practice. Lessons learned about: Powerful storytelling (verbs, verbs, verbs), compelling writing (ending…

Nourishing Foods

Here, homemade liver pate and roasted potatoes At the beginning of the school year, in September — a feast of cheese, with our dried plums — cheeses have been aged for some time. But, as I learned in France, the fresher, the better (almost)

Delicious Foods

More grate-full-ness on my birthday!  Months of good food…good to eat and good to eat……my most awesome pictures (in my humble opinion)                                                

Celebrating today ..Teaching in Switzerland and Italy

I guess it takes a birthday to post some of my favorite pictures from this year’s teaching in Switzerland and Italy. Each year, I think the same thing — this is my best group ever ….and how can it be even more fabulous for next year? Somehow,  it is. Mille grazie a tutti!

More food and diet heroes — from academe

Robert Lustig There are plenty of scientists like Seneff, working in near-obscurity. But there also are plenty others who are much more accessible and known – Robert Lustig is one such scientist. So, just as Stephanie Seneff, a computer engineer, uses biochemistry to explain metabolism nd health, so does Robert Lustig, the difference is he…

Stephanie Seneff’s not-so-radical ideas on diet

There’s more. What if what we know as heart disease was the result of cholesterol deposits, as a silo or reservoir, close to the heart muscle so that vital cholesterol (easily transported as the highly agreeable, miscible, and absolutely critical cholesterol sulfate anion) is available to bind and neutralize endotoxins released by infectious bacteria.[1] What…

Food Heroine — Stephanie Seneff

But let’s get back to food choice, and science, and information – can a top-researcher like Stephanie Seneff prevail in her saturated fats campaign? Stephanie Seneff Stephanie Seneff walks in a number of professional worlds – maintaining her senior research associate position at MIT, but also speaking her mind, via her research, in any forum…