Recipes I’d Like to Try

From Archer Farms. I had their multigrain crackers this week. Before I toss the carton here are the recipes on the back.

Greek Feta Spread

1 cup plain yogurt

1 cup diced cucumber

1/2 cup crumbled feta cheese

4 green onions, thinly sliced

1tsp. chopped garlic

Combine all ingredients in medium bowl. Add salt freshly ground black pepper to taste. Refrigerate until ready to use. Makes 1-3/4 cups

Mango and Red Onion Salsa

1(24-oz.) jar mango slices, drained

1 cup red onion, diced

2 Tbsp. fresh lime juice

2 Tbsp. chopped fresh cilantro or basil

Pat mango slices dry and dice. Combine all ingredients in medium bowl. Refrigerate until ready to serve. Makes 2-1/2 cups


“Improve Your Mental Health”

Improve Your Mental Health article by Integrative Nutrition

First two links contain the improve your mental health reading. While the last link is for you to check out Integrative Nutrition.


Here is an article I’d like to share. It is about diabesity and how it can be reversed.

I’d just like to share that the word ‘diet,’ is not about changing the way one eats. It is rather the way one eats. Therefore, if I say, “I’m on a diet.” it would not make sense. For the word diet is a description of what one consumes daily (this is the word diet used as a noun).

Here is a link to the definition by Oxford Living Dictionaries: Diet.

Diabesity and How It Can Be Reversed


The Real Causes of Diabesity

The entire spectrum of diabesity, including all of its complications–diabetes, elevated blood sugar, blood pressure, and cholesterol–are simply downstream symptoms that result from problems with diet, lifestyle, and environmental toxins interacting with our unique genetic susceptibilities.

Mark Hyman, MD

Health Benefits of Guinep

According to Wiki Guinep is

Melicoccus bijugatus, commonly called Spanish lime, genip, guinep, genipe, ginepa, kenèp, quenepa, quenepe, chenet, canepa, mamón, limoncillo, skinip, kinnip, huaya, ackee, or mamoncillo,[1][2][3] is a fruit-bearing tree in the soapberry family Sapindaceae, native or naturalized across the New World tropics including South and Central America, and parts of the Caribbean.

I grew up eating guinep in the US only because my parents are Jamaican and they knew what guinep was.

According to the date on this article, Health Benefits of Guinep,

Guinep season in Jamaica, West Indies is in August. I do not currently live in Jamaica, so I do not know the exact season of when guinep comes about. I must say Jamaica is a beautiful island and this fruit is a great snack. At the moment, I love that it helps with weight loss!

Check out the highlighted link above or here (Health Benefits of Guinep) for the actual health benefits and also when and if you give his fruit a try, DO NOT SWALLOW IT! Just bite off the soft flesh on the outside of the hard seed covering.

Enjoy the summer!

Loving God