Bea retired from private education in 2000 and came back to her farming roots in 2003.
She is a teacher, public speaker, Culinary Herbalist and advocate for “Truth In Labeling” Laws and the right to know what is in the food we must depend on to feed our families.
Bea invites you to visit Sage Hill Gardens, official website of all things she is involved in and promotes.
You’ll also find helpful articles on a variety of topics, and Bea’s own personal Recipe collection…..many old family favorites that have been or can easily be converted to a healthier plate without taking away the goodness of taste.
Most importantly…you will find the link to her latest and most treasured project…. A Membership site loaded with useful and factual information that helps you map a better health journey through better food understanding . Things you must know and know how to avoid….so not to be caught in the trap of today’s sickness trends…..Eating for your worst health!
Spring and summer open up a plethora of foods we shy away from during the winter months.
The reason being, our body rejects non- heat-producing foods in winter vitally needed to fuel the many jobs it is designed to perform day in and day out.
When spring/summer kicks in so do the new season gears of our body…suddenly it needs a lighter diet to keep us cool and balanced for a lighter workload.
One major way to lighten the workload of the body is removing heavy foods such as meat, heavy stews, daily bread intake, and cooked meals with a lot of ingredients.
Fresh veggies, salads with a light dressing, and/or just splashes of flavored vinegar.
I don’t use or recommend Soy in any manner.
If you do, please opt for Organic and non-GMO grown.
I fell in love with this recipe, has all my favorite specials and No soy.
Enjoy and let me know what you think about it.
Black Bean and Sweet Potato Burgers…your way
Bea is always available for consultation …to determine where you are and where you wish to be. (no charge)
Here are some ways to connect with Bea:
By Phone: 931-438-8328