You Really CAN Prepare Your Own Whole Food for Less

I am often asked why I prepare my own food instead of driving through fast food, ordering delivery (like Uber Eats or Grub Hub), or using the supermarket online order delivery or pick up services. The only truly free online /pick up service in my area is Walmart. Other pick-ups charge a fee. There is… Read the Full Article

Food for Thought

Whenever you pick up a can, bottle, jar, box, bag or other container of processed food, you will see “best if used by” or “use by” date somewhere on that container. It stands to reason that the food manufacturer wants their product edible when you consume it. Some products have a shelf life 2 years… Read the Full Article

Exclusive: FormulaZone Members get NutriVersity for Free

After being on the web for over 15 years, we’ve learned some great lessons with FormulaZone.  And that’s what inspired the all-new site nutrition site, NutriVersity.  With powerful features, an easy to use interface, and more flexibility around diet and nutrition, NutriVersity takes what’s great about FormulaZone and makes it even more flexible. FormulaZone members… Read the Full Article

Making Recipes that Make it into Our Database

We see many delicious recipes submitted for approval to be shared with our members. We appreciate all you great chefs! It’s great to see what works for each of you and your willingness to share these culinary delights with all our members. They don’t have to be fancy or exotic to make it into our… Read the Full Article

By Invitation Only — FormulaZone 2.0

We are unveiling an all-new site based on the lessons we have learned from FormulaZone. Instead of FormulaZone, we’re calling it NutriVersity. We expect to have the initial private launch on September 2, and we are inviting people like you – who promise to give us feedback and help us make the best site possible…. Read the Full Article

With Paleo the Ingredients Matter

Eating and preparing Paleo is not just the “ingredient”, it is the “right ingredient”. Our ancestors did not have grain fed beef finished in CAFO lots, or chickens raised in cages and fed antibiotics and hormones. They ate vegetables which grew in mineral rich soil, not depleted from over-farming. They did not use pesticides and… Read the Full Article

Sugar Part 2: The Many Names for Sugar Hiding on Labels and in Our Foods

Sugar consumption has grown exponentially in the last 40 years. The average American eats 22 teaspoons of added sugar each day. This adds 350 calories a day. Replacing water, drinks of choice for many people are soft drinks, fancy “coffee drinks”, energy drinks and fruit juices and fruit drinks. Kids are driven to eating sweetened… Read the Full Article

Sugar! Part 1 Some facts

DID YOU KNOW: ->That table sugar (sucrose) is a disaccharide made from a blend of fructose and glucose? ->Glucose and fructose are metabolized differently? Glucose is the main fuel for the body. Insulin responds to glucose in the bloodstream. Fructose is metabolized by the liver and is treated more like a fat. Guess what High… Read the Full Article

Smores

Summer’s here! Campouts…sleepovers…backyard barbecues…. SMORES. Smores and campouts and barbeques go hand in hand. If Smores are a “gotta have it” on your menu, just keep in mind what’s in them and eat them in moderation. Here’s the scoop on Smores: Honey Grahams: Ingredients: Flour Enriched ( Wheat Flour, Niacin, Iron Reduced, Thiamine Mononitrate (Vitamin… Read the Full Article

Eggs beyond Fried and Scrambled

In the hustle of everyday life where people are drifting away from home cooked meals and kitchen savvy, people tend to forget there are eggs beyond scrambled, microwaved, and fried which can add fat to the cooking process. Without the added fat for cooking, you can incorporate other good fats into the ingredients as part… Read the Full Article