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Worlds Healthiest Foods Website

Finally, a food/health website that focuses on the positive! I found myself yesterday at World’s Healthiest Foods. They have a List of over 100 Nutrient-Rich Foods, which I checked out for a while. Each food has so much information that it takes a long while to get through it all, so I did not get too far. However, I’m excited to add blackstrap molasses to my diet as one iron-rich food, not in a pill. I do not eat red meat/mammals so I need to pay attention to iron more than most.

There is also a recipe page. I did not even get to that page. However, I know you guys always appreciate links to recipe sites. So go to it!

I am really happy about the positive nature of this site. Yes, they do sell a book, so they can make some profit from it. But I’m telling you, the information this site holds is vast and you can use it without buying anything.

They have a page explaining who they are and how they got into this in the first place. I like what they say here (this is only one sentence from the middle of a long page):

Our Focus
Hippocrates, the father of Western medicine said, “Let your food be your medicine, and your medicine be your food.”

And with that, I’m off to teach and ship a few orders. The ZigBagZ patterns are coming right along… Wednesday is still the goal for shipping those out. It looks good, and I’m so glad to be on this portion of the journey!

4 Responses to “Worlds Healthiest Foods Website”

  1. Sharon Says:

    Thanks so much for mentioning the Healthiest Foods website. I was just thinking about ways to get my family to eat healthier and this site looks fantastic.

  2. Deborah H Says:

    Thanks Lynn, this site is a treasure! Like you, I like the positive aspect of what you CAN eat, not just a list of what to avoid.

  3. Leeann Says:

    Oh, I’m so glad you found that site! It’s one of my favorites.

    (Don’t mind me commenting on old posts, I’m just catching up with some of the things I missed while I was away last week.)

  4. Pam Says:

    Thanks for the World’s Healthiest Foods link, what a great resource! Here’s a similar site: http://www.foodsel.com. Credit for finding this goes to Lynne Rossetto Kasper, she mentioned it in her March 5th Splendid Table newletter.

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