The Food of the South

“I think things like food, the food of the south is sort of the common tie that binds us all,
Black and White, the sense memories. It’s a very particular part of the country.”
~ Sela Ward,
Actress, Author, Producer, Spokesperson, Philanthropist, Prime-time Emmy Awards (2X) & Golden Globe Award
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They’re Not All Addicts

“People who are homeless, they’re not all addicts. A lot of times, they’re just people who,
through something like losing their job or losing someone in their life, ended up on the streets.
So much of our time is spent in cars that sometimes you need to look out of those windows.
And you see that a dollar, 50 cents, whatever you have, may not mean much to you,
but it means everything to people who are hungry and who are in need.”
~ George Lopez,
Comedian, Actor, Talk Show Host, Imagen Vision Award (2003),
Latino Spirit Award for Excellence in Television (2003),
National Hispanic Media Coalition Impact Award,
& One of “The Top 25 Hispanics in America” by Time (2005)

Organic Versions of the ‘Dirty Dozen’

“Be sure to buy organic versions of the ‘dirty dozen:’
the fruits and vegetables that, when grown conventionally,
are loaded with pesticides and chemicals:
Grapes, apples, lettuce, bell peppers, carrots, nectarines,
peaches, strawberries, pears, kale, and celery.”
~ Suzanne Somers,
Actress, Author, Singer, Businesswoman & Health Spokesperson

Toxicity & Cravings

“Toxicity causes nutritional deprivation – and your body then
craves more and more food, trying to get what it needs.”
~ Suzanne Somers,
Actress, Author, Singer, Businesswoman & Health Spokesperson

As Fit As They Can Be

“I think everybody can be as fit as they can be
for their particular body, if they work out and eat healthily.”
~ Mel B,
a.k.a. Melanie Janine Brown,
Singer, Songwriter, Actress,
Television Personality & Author

Health Care Has to Happen in Our Kitchens

“True health care reform cannot happen in Washington.
It has to happen in our kitchens, in our homes, in our communities.
All health care is personal.”
~ Mehmet Oz,
Television Host, Cardiothoracic Surgeon, Professor & Author.

It’s Not All About the Fried Chicken & The Biscuits

“I know when you think about the South, you think about fried foods,
but we eat a tremendous amount of vegetables. I have my own garden,
so vegetables have always been a big part of my life.
I love broccoli. I love fresh beets. It’s not all about the fried chicken and the biscuits. ”

~ Paula Deen,
Celebrity Chef & Cooking Show Host, Restaurateur,
Author & Daytime Emmy Award (2007)

Filtering All Those TOXINS

“Every chemical that makes it into your bloodstream –
be it through your lungs, stomach, or skin –
meets up with your liver at some point.
Since your liver is your body’s best defense
when it comes to filtering out all those toxins,
you need to treat it well.”
~ Suzanne Somers,
Actress, Author, Singer, Businesswoman & Health Spokesperson

When You Rise, Give Thanks

“When you rise in the morning, give thanks
for the light,
for your life,
for your strength.
Give thanks
for your food and
for the joy of living.
If you see no reason to give thanks,
the fault lies in yourself.”
~ Tecumseh,
Shawnee Warrior & Chief, Orator & Founder – Prophetstown

Every Choice Matters

“Just remember that every choice matters; that’s what I know now.
Every good choice I’ve made has really mattered and made an impact.
And every bad choice I’ve made I had to find my way out of it.”
~ Suzanne Somers,
Actress, Author, Singer, Businesswoman and Health Spokesperson

Totally Self-Sufficient ‘Eats’

“I’m a farmer now, and it’s fantastic. My goal is to be totally self-sufficient and
grow everything that I eat. There’s something about earning your dinner that’s cool.”
~ Roseanne Cherrie Barr,
Actress, Comedian, Writer, Author, Producer, Director & Politician