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I lost over a 100 lbs a decade ago and I've kept it off. Now I serve others to help them reach their health potential. Follow me and my discoveries.
I'm Susan. I'm a mom, a grandmother, and a Master Kettlebell Trainer.
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Tag Archives: fat-burner
I have never had the black caviar pictured here before (it is pricey), but I have had fish roe before and I have to say I liked it. These little pearls popping in my mouth. Technically it is fish roe … Continue reading
Obviously fish are high up on the praiseworthy ladder. I’ve done salmon, I’ve tuna, I’ve done Mahi Mahi, but yesterday when I looked in the freezer I saw an impressive selection of Tilapia that my grandparents had given us for … Continue reading
Strolling through Baesler’s market the other day, I drew short of a section containing frog legs. Growing up with a family hunters, I have not fond memories of my brother and dad adventuring out into the night to go frog … Continue reading
Breast milk is nature’s perfect food for babies. This I got thanks to the Weston A. Price site, and the picture I remember coming out as controversial a while back. Shocker, I am a breastfeeding fan. Why do we have … Continue reading
Yesterday I laid out the groundwork for upcoming pregnancy posts, today we dig in with a subject relevant to me now. My lovely sister-in-law who is pregnant with twin boys, has recently been diagnosed with gestational diabetes. Naturally I have … Continue reading
Just a review, MOW stands for Meal of the Week. I have been having some awesome eating experiences lately! The other day I wrote about family dinner, but last week mom and I enjoyed a tremendous dinner with our friends … Continue reading
A few weeks ago I covered quail eggs, but as I was recently given some quail meat, today is the perfect day to cover the whole bird. A cousin of the chicken we expect similar qualities. It is meat of … Continue reading
Last milk post- I think- again I never thought of camel milk before either. Well of course it has been used medicinally for centuries by nomadic people’s. Part of the reasoning could be that camel’s milk is the closest milk to mother’s milk. … Continue reading
I have really come to enjoy food with a kick. I haven’t always been this way and anyone knowing me when I was younger would be floored to know about my current love of pepper-filled meals. I like a kick … Continue reading