Sometimes a gift of food hits the spot with your special someone. Maybe they are a true-blue foodie. Or maybe they struggle to find that perfect take-along snack. Or maybe it’s just as simple as them loving a specific vittle so much, that a gift of it would be just the thing this holiday season. Whatever the reason, we all love food and giving someone such a gift can certainly score points on the brownie-scale. (Sugar-free of course!)
Amy Dungan, Webmaster & Features Editor at CarbSmart.com
Dr. James Carlson points out the problems with current medical thinking. I highly recommend this book for anyone who wants to learn more about the role of dietary nutrition in healthcare.
The CarbSmart team wants to help you create new traditions, as well as reacquaint you with some old favorite ways to celebrate the holidays.
Is organic really better for us, or is it a scam? Filmmaker Kip Pastor sets out to answer this question in the food documentary In Organic We Trust.
Have you ever wanted to have a nice elegant dinner party, complete with invitations, themes, centerpieces, and Paleo foods? Bill Staley and Hayley Mason take Paleo entertaining to a whole new level; from a cozy brunch to an elaborate holiday meal.
The days are getting shorter, the temperatures cooler, and the leaves are changing color. Autumn is one of my favorite seasons. Since the weather has cooled off, my family looks forward to warm, hearty meals. Like so many busy moms, I prefer simple meals that can often be prepared in just one pot. This month, Marcy Guyer and Amy Dungan offer 3 recipes to help you satisfy your family, while simplifying your workload.
I had the privilege of meeting Jonathan Bailor and his lovely wife Angela on the 2013 Low Carb Cruise. I was impressed by Jonathan’s passion for helping others and his talk was informative and entertaining. By the end of the cruise I knew I had to read his book The Smarter Science of Slim. I can honestly say this book didn’t disappoint.
The pizza – beloved by many taste buds, yet hated by just as many waistlines. How can something so good be so bad? It just seems unnatural. Thankfully, we have some pretty inventive folks out there in the low carb community who mastered the pizza goodness without all the nasty processed carbs.
Movie Review: Farmageddon, The Unseen War on American Family Farms by Amy Dungan. This is a documentary that will tick you off.
Worth It: The Farmer’s Kitchen: The Ultimate Guide to Enjoying Your CSA and Farmers Market Foods by Julia Shanks and Brett Ghohsgal, reviewed by Amy Dungan in the June 2013 issue of CarbSmart Magazine. So you’ve got 2 zucchinis, 3 heads of lettuce, a basket of cherry tomatoes, a dozen eggs, and some local grass-fed cheese. Now what? Introducing the book that knows.