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Organic Wheat Grass Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Organic Wheat Grass.

A Beginner's Guide to Composting

When organic matter such as leaves, grass clippings and food scraps break down, you get compost, a dark, dirt-like "soil" that is rich in nutrients. Compost happens even without human involvement; for example, the leaves that fall on the fo...  Read more

SparkPeople Experts' Refrigerators Exposed!

Although everyone's preferences differ, it's nice to have some staple foods on hand to make quick and tasty dishes that are good for you, too. So what do the experts behind keep in their own refrigerators? See what they stock...  Read more

7 Whole-Grain Pastas You've Never Tried

Pasta is such a versatile food, it’s no wonder it’s so popular. A survey conducted by the National Pasta Association found that 77% of Americans eat pasta at least once per week. Used as a side dish or main entree, eaten hot or cold, topp...  Read more

Baffled by Bread? How to Choose the Best Loaf

Have you walked through the bread aisle lately? What used to be a few shelves of loaves is now a full-length aisle of cellophane-wrapped confusion. It used to be simple to bring home a loaf. Now it requires concentration, patience and reading glasses...  Read more

Buying Organic Food on a Budget

Step into any supermarket these days and you’re sure to find a wide variety of organic foods on the shelves. From produce, milk and meat to breakfast cereals and snack foods, consumers have their pick of certified organic products—a far c...  Read more

Does organic food help you lose weight?
Updated 11/19/2015 11:22:41 AM

If I switched out say non-organic bread for organic (I only eat one or two slices a day) and replaced other foods with organic would my weight loss efforts be more successful? I heard non organic stuff has obesogens. I don't need that....  Read more

Starting over today. Went shopping for all organic
Updated 11/10/2015 12:17:21 AM

Starting over today. Went shopping for all organic and healthy foods. I need to loose weight.......  Read more

Just learned I am sensitive to wheat. Will drinkin
Updated 10/29/2015 2:22:16 PM

Just learned I am sensitive to wheat. Will drinking extra water help flush out the effects of wheat? I'm still sick after eating some yesterday....  Read more

Half a whole wheat bagel and yogurt for breakfast
Updated 10/27/2015 10:18:37 AM

Half a whole wheat bagel and yogurt for breakfast only 235 calories and very filling....  Read more

Day 3 after adding back wheat after a 20 day wheat
Updated 10/26/2015 4:52:29 PM

Day 3 after adding back wheat after a 20 day wheat free trial: bad carb cravings which I did not have (at least not badly) during the trial period....  Read more

Working in Phases

I have been slowly changing our diets over the past year. Last year we focused on eating in more, less deep frying, batch cooking. This year we have developed a 3 phase system: Phase I (Jan - April) eat out couple times a month, start replacing meat...  Read more

Eat the same breakfast all week to save time and $

It may sound boring but this one little thing has saved me a liot of time and $.I pick a breakfast of the week, healthy and well balanced, and I eat it all week and pre track it. I try to get a lot of fiber in it, a hard point with me.Saves shopping...  Read more

Organic, Ethical, Local Eaters & Crunchy People

A place for like-minded crunchy people to get together to chat about organic, pastured, humanely raised, local, sustainable food and cooking....  Read more

Before You Bite: Is Pasture Raised Beef Nutritionally Worth the Price?

I was raised on a farm in the Midwest. We had a creek running through our 10 acres of pasture. The water brought hours of summer fun in addition to providing hydration for our animals as they grazed in the field. I showed horses for years as part of...  Read more

Buffalo Meat is No Bull

One of the primary meat sources of many Plains Indians was the buffalo also known as the Plains bison. Native Americans did not just eat the meat as a rich protein source. They also used every part of the animal to meet their day-to-day needs such as...  Read more