Healthy Old Goat

A Light Hearted Approach to Healthy Living

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Healthy Recipies

Healthy Dinner recipes are easy to make. Here you will see a combination of healthy foods mixed together to feed your appetite in a healthy way. Eating healthy does not have to be hard at all and the taste is wonderful during and after you eat it.

Berries For Health

Essential Berries Family Eat the berries for health Raspberries and strawberries are delicious And they harbor powerful nutrients Tiny things called trace elements Vitamins and minerals and more   We are unique in our needs For trace elements Horses, dogs,… Continue Reading →

Fermenting Vegetables for Health and Vitality

Fermenting helps the natural bacteria in the vegetables break down the vegetables into forms that are easier to digest. This can also make the vegetables easier to digest.

Fermenting Vegetables

Fermenting helps the natural bacteria in the vegetables break down the vegetables into forms that are easier to digest. This can also make the vegetables easier to digest.

Chicken Broth for Health

Chicken Broth for Health How to make chicken broth I bought a big roasting chicken, (not roosting). Put the whole thing into a big pot…. Continue Reading →

Super-Salads and a Silver spoon for Health and Vitality

The healthy old goat says: “You can take a giant step toward healthy living by eating basic raw greens with a silver-plated spoon or fork.” I am 79-years old and no medications, no supplements, no aches or pains.

Modern Foods Fool the Body

Wonderful modern foods. Delicious. Maybe not nutritious. Strange calories. My body doesn’t recognize, It stores. As fat. Maybe cellulite— This improved food. Maybe I should I be. Eternally hungry. A portion does not stand-alone. Nearly impossible to quantify. An hundred… Continue Reading →

Raw Sauerkraut for Health and Vitality

As we begin this journey into our future, raw sauerkraut is the powerful medicine-food that will serve us well. If we want to run marathons, climb mountains, or just survive in the modern jungle, this is the food that can be our friend.

Making delicious homemade Sauerkraut

This is low-salt sauerkraut: use about 1 teaspoon for each medium head of cabbage. A medium head of cabbage will weigh about two or three pounds. Use a tablespoon of salt for each 5 pounds—you do not want to pickle the “krout.” You want it to ferment—don’t use too much salt.

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