Guest Post on Eating Rules! – Part of the October #Unprocessed Challenge

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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.

October Unprocessed

Food dye photo courtesy of Laurie | Liquid Paper; fresh vegetable basket courtesy of Got the Goods Catering (photo by Beth Lee)

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4 Responses to Guest Post on Eating Rules! – Part of the October #Unprocessed Challenge

  1. Amy October 25, 2011 at 10:20 am #

    I was so worried the list would include pasta. It is the processed food we eat most often. I’m relieved now. And try to avoid all those on the list. I’ve also recently read up on coconut oil and now have it sitting next to my stove. I use it in place of olive oil in most hot dishes!

    Thanks for visting on my SITS day!

    • omgyummy October 25, 2011 at 10:25 am #

      Life without pasta in our house would trigger a revolt 🙂 Hope you are having a great feature day!

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