Butter is Better – 10 Healthy Reasons Why

By: | Posted in: Blog, Featured | Tuesday, Sep 20, 2016 - 6:00pm

Guest Blogger:  Margie King

Butter is better.  It has gotten a bad rap for many years, starting in the last century with the rise of margarine.  Now we know that’s a deadly trans fat.

More recently, this kitchen staple has been shunned in favor of olive oil and canola oil. But here’s why we should reserve a place at the table for good old-fashioned butter. (more…)

Easy cooking tips for your bones [TV Show featuring Irma Jennings]

By: | Posted in: Blog, Featured | Tuesday, Mar 24, 2015 - 9:40pm
Irma and Dor Mullen

I had such fun being interviewed by Dorothy Mullen, “Cooking for the Health of It” on Princeton TV.

Feeding my bones brings me tremendous joy.

However, teaching my clients a variety of bone strengthening foods….well that tickles my bones.  My clients food needs are varied. My clients care about food and their bones and include vegans, vegetarians and paleo eaters.


Putting Meat on Your Bones the Grass Fed Way

By: | Posted in: Blog | Thursday, Mar 21, 2013 - 10:07pm
Woman Eating Meat

I like to feed my bones red meat especially during the winter months and the transitional months of spring when my body craves heartier fare.

Now, you don’t have to have meat for healthy bones.  But if you’re a person like me who feels more energetic eating some meat,  it’s a good choice.

Red meat is a great source of bone-building protein.  That’s what makes your bones flexible so they bend instead of breaking.  Adults need about 50 grams of protein a day, with women needing slightly less and men needing slightly more.  Just 4 ounces of red meat has about 28 grams of protein.