Mother Earth Meals invites you to use us as a resource to help make healthy eating easy.  Focusing on anti-cancer foods, we offer menus, recipes, nutritional information, entertaining blogs and plenty of tips to keep you coming back for more.  Our belief is that meal planning can be easy, fun, nutritious and tasty.  We hope you agree.  At Mother Earth Meals, we promote healthy cooking, healthy eating and a healthy you!

Penny and Maryann

National Organic Harvest Month

Since 1992 the Organic Trade Association has deemed September as Organic Harvest Month.  The objective is to promote an appreciation of organic food and to educate communities about organic agriculture. You can participate in the month long celebration by shopping your local farmers market, donating to your local food shelter and participating in organic cooking classes. Oh, and don’t forget that organic extends beyond produce – think chocolate and wine too! For more information on how you can participate, visit the Organic Trade Association   !
Fall Vegetables

September is a Big Month for Cancer Awareness!

prostate cancer ribbonProstate cancer, is the most common cancer in men, which affects more than 2 million American men. Because it grows very slowly eating a diet rich in cancer fighting foods can make a difference. There are many prostate cancer support sites including: Us Too and  Women Against Prostate Cancer.    

Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

Ovarian Cancer RibbonIn women age 35-74, ovarian cancer is the fifth leading cause of cancer-related deaths in women age 35-74. An estimated one woman in 71 will develop ovarian cancer during her lifetime. The American Cancer Society estimates that there will be over 22,000 new cases of ovarian cancer diagnosed this year and that more than 15,000 women will die from ovarian cancer this year. For more information visit the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition.  
Fruits and Vegetables  

Did You Know It’s National Fruits and Vegetables Month?

Eating fruits and vegetables provides many health benefits. People who eat a healthy, balanced diet with plenty of fruits and vegetables can help lower their risk for heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and some types of cancer. To learn more see: Cancer Fighting Foods.