I originally met Andrew Wilder of the food blog Eating Rules at BlogHerFood ’10 in San Francisco. When I learned of his 2010 Unprocessed Food Challenge, we discussed the reality of a busy mom succeeding at feeding her family unprocessed food for 30 days in a row. He explained that the real goal was education and awareness, not perfect participation. From there, I ended up writing a guest post for him about Family-Friendly Healthy Snacks.
This year, Andrew has over 3000 people signed up for his #Unprocessed Food Challenge and his efforts are yielding impressive traction on Twitter, Facebook, and in the press. Today, I am lucky enough to be featured on Andrew’s blog again.
Last August I attended a Jewish Food Conference run by a group called Hazon and sat in on a fascinating session by a pediatric neurologist, Dr. Shetreat-Klein, all about the healing properties of food and a discussion of her top five food ingredients to avoid feeding your family. Pop over to Andrew’s site to find out what these five ingredients are. While you’re there, take a look at some of the other amazing posts from this year’s challenge – great recipes and ideas for feeding your family healthy food in our fast-paced, fast-food world.