Monthly Archives: January 2011

Irish Moss: the Hazards – and Benefits – Explained

Irish moss is a type of seaweed. It grows in cold water and is used in raw food recipes for nutrition and thickening properties.  Irish Moss has been used for centuries in Ireland, thought it also grows in Asia and the oceans of North America.  Raw foodists love Irish Moss for its use as a […]

New Changes for the New Year

By Chef Heather Haxo Phillips and Nutritionist Krissa Schwartz When the New Year begins, many of us feel the need to create change in our lives.  The winter holidays are joyous and fun, but do often take us out of the place of listening to our own needs and our body’s intuitions. Especially when it […]