Health

June 27, 2017
Fat Bomb Jellies, Quirky Cooking

Fat Bomb Jellies

Only a few years ago, it seemed like the entire world was certain that fat was going to kill us. From the perspective of a population that was suffering from extreme weight issues, soaring cholesterol levels and an epidemic of heart disease, cutting out fat seemed to be the logical thing to do. If ever there was a usual suspect, fat had to be it: it was energy dense (all those calories in a single tablespoon!), full of cholesterol (the stuff we see in clogged arteries), and it tasted really good (tasty things have to be bad for you)!
May 11, 2017

Naturally Healthy Skin (and a Weleda Giveaway!)

This post is sponsored by Weleda. A big thank you to Weleda for creating beautiful, organic skin care products that our family love to use, and that don’t irritate our skin. Read to the end to find out how to enter our Weleda giveaway! Growing up, I always struggled with skin issues. The acne started in my early teens, and by my late teens my skin was so bad […]
April 7, 2017

Life-Changing Food: The New Cookbook from Quirky Cooking

It’s a little over a year from when we started, and Fouad and I are proud to say that Life-Changing Food, the new cookbook from Quirky Cooking, […]
December 23, 2016
Christmas Cookies - Love, Joy, Peace, Stress

Simplifying Christmas

“Tis the Season – Keeping it Real” (photo by Veronica Sherman) Christmas can be a stressful time of the year. There’s the pressure of finding the perfect […]
October 28, 2016
Gut Health Has Gone Mainstream!

Top 6 Foods for Gut Health

September 23, 2016
Jo Whitton & Fouad Kassab podcast awards

Podcast Awards, and an Interview with Kim Morrison

Fouad Kassab and Jo Whitton of “A Quirky Journey” podcast – photo by Total Capture Photography Hey guys, have you been listening to our podcasts over […]
July 5, 2016
Healing Anxiety & OCD - Quirky Cooking for Gut Health

Isaac’s Story, and Quirky Cooking for Gut Health

Well, here I am, finally sitting down to share Isaac’s story with you all, and to explain why I developed my online program, Quirky Cooking for Gut Health. For the […]
January 18, 2014

{Guest Post} Recovering from Crohn’s Disease

Talisha and her daughter, Ariella A couple of weeks ago I had the pleasure to ‘meet’ (online and over the phone) this gorgeous young woman who […]