The Refinding Food Blog

Breaking Down Hollywood’s Misconceptions on Meat

Hollywood and the media elite are clamoring about hormones, animal welfare and environmental impact. Here’s the information they are missing when preaching for people to only eat plant-based diets and/or only to purchase pricey meat.  From Ellen Degeneres to Dr. Mark Hyman and Katie Couric, it seems there’s a lot of misunderstanding surrounding American meat and livestock production in Hollywood. Some of the media’s most…

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Self-Care: Is Your Soul Tired?

The beginning of another new year has arrived; my Instagram feed has been filled with beautiful quotes on embracing wellness, exploring self care, and owning who I am, as I am, right now. I’ve been inspired to be unapologetically me and that’s brought a new sense of excitement to achieving the goals I set for myself this year. This morning, as I was working with…

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Four Things I’ve Learned During Transformational Years in My Life

Throughout any woman’s lifetime, there are a series of years that she can consider highly transformational. These years don’t happen all at once. During each year that can be considered transformational, she often feels like life is a bit of a roller coaster: Spiritual shifts, personal losses and gains, and professional changes, just happen one right after the other.  From the joy of new accomplishments…

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A Foodie’s Guide to Understanding Meat, Fish & Poultry Labels

In the 1950s, a trip to the grocery store was simple. You could buy milk, eggs and meat. Fast forward seventy years later, the simple trip is anything but that. With thousands of choices, consumers are barraged with cleverly crafted marketing statements to appeal to their buying preferences. When it comes to meat, egg, and dairy, you find labels that say “free-range,” “natural,” “certified humane,”…

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Understanding the True Costs of Humanely Raised, Quality Meat

More and more Americans are shopping for meat that has been humanely raised and handled. The farm-to-table movement has led many people to start asking questions related to animal welfare, while others are starting to understand that better quality meat as better for their health. These shifts in consumer behavior have to lead to a boom in the meat industry as more people want higher…

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