Butt Seriously welcomes Erin from www.erinsfoodfiles.com. Erin is a food blogger from Nashville, Tenn., who makes healthy, appetizing dishes and amazing desserts.
This recipe was originally called Winter Vegetable Soup; however, I don’t want to people to believe this is only a soup you can eat during the winter! So, I renamed the recipe to Kale, Squash & White Bean Stew. (more…)
My dream for the Butt Seriously blog is for it to be a humorous, relatable content that helps break down barriers and spreads awareness about colon cancer and screening colonoscopies. But today’s blog is going to be a little more serious in tone, because I want your help in brainstorming a way to better help the colon cancer community. (more…)
Did you know that healthy eating habits, a consistent workout routine and good mental health habits can not only keep you fit, but could also lower your risk of colon cancer?
In honor of DC Fit Week, a great week full of free events for Washington, D.C. locals, I’m going to share my favorite way to stay physically, mentally and financially fit. (more…)
Butt Seriously welcomes Creating Nirvana as our very first guest food blogger. We know that living a healthy lifestyle, especially eating right, can help reduce your risk of colon cancer. So enjoy this recipe that’s full of colon-healthy fiber and let me know how the taste rates on your tongue! For more creative recipes, be sure to check out Creating Nirvana.
Make this the year that you tell colon cancer to butt out of your life. By eating a diet full of fiber and polyunsaturated fatty acids like those found in Pollock (the Alaskan fish, not Jackson Pollock, the artist who made dribble paintings) you can make this a healthy year for your colon. Alaskan Pollock is also low in mercury, making it safe for pregnant women and people of all ages to enjoy1. Eating a colon-healthy meal does not have to be flavorless. (more…)
The first week of March was not only the start of Colon Cancer Awareness Month (including Dress in Blue Day on March 4) it was also Dr. Seuss week at my friend’s daughter’s elementary school. With all the wonderful shades of blue on my mind, mixed together with the wacky world of Dr. Seuss, I haven’t been able to stop thinking in rhyme.
So with this installment of Butt Seriously, we are going to celebrate all those who dressed in blue on National Dress in Blue Day and participated in Stop Colon Cancer Now’s Facebook/Twitter Dress in Blue Day contest along with Dr. Seuss, the famous children’s author who was wonderfully askew.