Romancing the garden cucumber

April 12, 2018 Wendell Fowler

My heart radiates with wonder and awe when my hands are dirty from tilling warm Mother Earth, planting, pruning, spreading manure, anticipating, harvesting and eagerly consuming sun-drenched, highly nourishing gifts from creation’s garden apothecary. Thank […]

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A ‘date’ with magnesium

April 6, 2018 Wendell Fowler

Do I have your attention? Are you beginning to see that disease is triggered by vitamin deficiency? Are you among the 90 percent of Americans who don’t get enough magnesium? The Journal of Intensive Care […]


Hold onto your biscuits

March 22, 2018 Wendell Fowler

A steaming pile o’ biscuits asphyxiated in sausage gravy hold position in the pantheon of American breakfast icons. Some grew up with Mom making it from scratch. Younger generations know only the “fat-and-carb bomb!” from […]


Reconnecting with earth

March 8, 2018 Wendell Fowler

For most beautiful souls, eating is relegated to a mindless, mechanical habit. Yet, it has a depth that cannot be ignored. Nutrients in food derived from nature are the keystone of perfect health. Would God […]


The Fungi kingdom

March 1, 2018 Wendell Fowler

Since caveman days, humans foraged and dined on highly nutritious mushrooms for plant-based nourishment and medicine. Sprouting from decay, mushrooms are not deep the green, yellow or red we’ve learned are signs of rich vitamin […]


Burritos, Pizza, visceral fat and heart disease

February 22, 2018 Wendell Fowler

Burritos, Pizza, visceral fat and heart disease Everybody loves burgers, burritos and pizza: the most common American fast-foods. While bulging burritos, burgers and cheesy pizza slices are temptingly delicious, cheap and easy, processed food probably […]


Breakfast salad: why not?

February 15, 2018 Wendell Fowler

Breakfast Salad: why not? American’s eagerly embrace their dietary servitude. It’s not easy changing deep-rooted eating traditions, even if they crumble your temple’s foundation. Many hesitate because they’ve grown accustomed to a lifetime of eating […]


Valentine Day intimacy and Food

February 8, 2018 Wendell Fowler

A dreamy valentine’s day candlelight dinner of a thick slab-o-prime rib, baked potato asphyxiated in sour cream and bacon bits, some cocktails, and a fancy-schmancy one-pound wedge of cheesecake is unquestionably delicious, albeit a self-defeating […]