If you’re cutting out processed foods in October you are part of a growing movement of people who care deeply about what is going into their bodies. In September the ASPCA launched a national challenge asking people to make the welfare-conscious choice. The Change Your Chicken campaign challenges consumers to avoid all factory-farmed chicken products for 30 days and instead purchase only products bearing meaningful animal welfare certifications.
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Carrie Vitt spent nine months going from doctor to doctor without anyone really listening to her or running tests. She finally found a doctor who listened, ran the required tests and in the spring of 2009 diagnosed her with an autoimmune disease called Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis.
When my friend Katie began her unprocessed journey almost a decade ago, she had no idea how integrated her food choices were with her well-being. She discovered that her dietary decisions are a reflection of the state of her body, heart, and soul. Read on for her story…
Looking at the rise of chronic disease in society, including obesity and diabetes, it’s difficult to believe that the rise of convenience foods hasn’t been a dramatic contributor.
It bothered me so much that I couldn’t identify whether it was dark or white meat that I started to make them myself.
There are quite a few good options here (if you eat chicken, that is), though there are indeed a handful of pitfalls as well. As with most restaurant fare, keep a close eye on the sodium — it adds up very quickly.
I figure if Katie Barszcz can whip up amazing, unprocessed meals in the tiniest of kitchens, then so can the rest of us — and maybe we can learn some of her secrets, too. Today she shares her story and the recipe for her new Chicken Cranberry Wheat Berry Salad.