Pam's Blog

  • Oral health: a window to your overall health!

    Dr. Stuart Nunnally, a well-known biologic dentist who practices in Marble Falls, Texas (50 miles from Austin), spoke to my "green-smoothie" heal...
  • Peanut Butter Cookies

    These cookies are very filling and not too sweet.  They are great for breakfast, with coffee, or anytime you are really hungry. 1 cup rolled oats (...
  • Spotlight on Pam

    My parents were both from Arkansas.  My mother’s family was poor and out of necessity were farmers.   My father was in the Air Force and I was born...
  • THE FLUORIDE CONTROVERSY

    So what’s the deal with fluoride?  For years we have been taught that fluoride prevents cavities.  This was the rationale for adding fluoride to ou...
  • Magnesium

    Nutrients are substances used by an organism to survive, grow, and reproduce.  One such substance is magnesium.  By far the biggest seller at our h...
  • How I make a green smoothie and why it's important for your health

  • SALSA

    —28 oz can San Marzano Organic peeled tomatoes (Cento) —1 tsp. Himalayan salt —juice of 1/2 of a large lime (or more) —1 tsp. cumin —2 cloves ...
  • HORMONE DISRUPTORS—REDUCING YOUR EXPOSURE

    It’s virtually impossible to go through life without exposure to toxic chemicals.  They are everywhere—in our air, water, food, things we put in ou...
  • DO YOU GET IT?

         My husband is a vascular surgeon.  He has spent his entire career taking care of people with arteriosclerosis (hardening of the arteries).  He...
  • Jake Cowley

             Jake Cowley, one of my favorite customers, dropped by our health food store yesterday.  He loves my Teethpaste (see his testimonial).  He ...
  • Organic Pearl Teethpaste

    A customer sent me a video yesterday taking about her experience with my Teethpaste.  I love it when they go to their dentist/hygienist and are a...
  • MUSCADINES

     One of the little-known treasures for those of us that live in the South are muscadines.  This is a species of grape that is native to the Sout...