For those of you that know me, the greatest way to spend a large part of my day is talking with people about foods, my Pops, health, or other people's eating habits. I have always loved to have discussions with people regarding foods; I think it's in my blood. I feel I have a quest to learn everything I can possibly know about foods (and yes, I know it's not possible). Sometimes, I'll get on my soapbox and other times, I'll just sit and listen.
I had an interesting incident that happened to me recently during a discussion with a random lady at a
Part of the joy I get in talking with people about foods (more specifically my foods) is that I get to take different approaches to resolving health problems. Simplistically speaking, my first look is to always look at the foods someone eats and then look at how their body responds to eating those foods.
When you begin to look at foods, you also begin to hear about all sorts of myths about what causes bad health; one of the biggest food myths I see and read about cholesterol. I bet the thought of you seeing that word caused you to think badly about this antioxidant in our bodies. "Don't eat foods with high cholesterol", "cholesterol kills"... I could go on and on.
Why does cholesterol receive such a bad rap?
Who Am I?
I am just someone who likes to talk about health, is obsessively passionate about gut health and digestion, and is on a personal mission to ferment just about anything. This blog is a continuous flow of those thoughts.