Category Archives: Why Did I Eat That?

You can afford to eat sustainably if you …

by KalaLea on August 6, 2011 • Posted in News

* own more than 7 pairs of shoes.
* pay for cable television.
* have a smartphone or computer.
* go out for drinks once a week.
* buy beauty and skincare products regularly.
* eat at restaurants several times a month.
* shop for clothes, jewelry, and “stuff” often.
* own an automobile or travel frequently.

Lately when I share the WDIET philosophy with others, I’m challenged with the notion that healthy, organic food is
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Freaky Frozen Grapes

by KalaLea on July 29, 2011 • Posted in Recipes

On WDIET’s Facebook page, I posted this question:
What does one eat when it’s 98 degrees outdoors?
Baly, a FB fan & friend, responded, Frozen Grapes!

Having only prepared this yummy treat once, years ago, I was eager to experiment again.

Deep Purple and red grapes are loaded with anti-oxidant warriors (more so than the green or white grapes). These antioxidants are found primarily in the stem, skin, leaf and seeds of grapes, rather than
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by KalaLea on July 20, 2011 • Posted in Kala's Favorites

As a little one, when I told my Grandma Mae I had a stomach ache, she would force prune juice on me. There seemed to be a large brown bottle in her refrigerator at all times…an everlasting supply. I can testify, stewed plums or prunes do wonders for constipation. Grandma knew best.

Today I ate two plums for dinner because it’s much too hot to cook. These lovely yellow plums were picked fresh on Sunday by
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Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead (film)

by KalaLea on July 14, 2011 • Posted in Kala's Favorites

“In a funny way, I’m thankful I got sick,..that was, kind of, my body telling me to slow down and get well …” One of the quotes in this meaningful documentary about a man who had enough of being a big fat slob and decided to do something about it. Joe Cross travels around the U.S. while doing a 60 day juice fast, transforming his body and his life for the better. I found myself cheering
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Beany greens

by KalaLea on July 9, 2011 • Posted in Recipes

Recipe by KalaLea K

Serves 4 growing grandparents-to-be

If asked what food we need a lot more of, I would say GREENS!!! We should be eating them every single day. Packed with mega-loads of Vitamin K, A, and Vitamin C, greens & non-starchy veggies such as mushrooms and green beans combine well with lemons, limes, and tomatoes. Collard greens are also super low in calories and contain NO cholesterol. The leaves and stems
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Whole Foods Parking Lot (video)

by KalaLea on June 25, 2011 • Posted in Kala's Favorites

Hilarious!!! If you’ve ever been to Whole Foods, you’ll totally get it :) Happy Saturday from London, U.K.

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What’s in Season: Spring

Snow Peas
Sugar Snap Peas
Vidalia Onions


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