Graham Kerr Writes for Nebraska’s Special Food Groups Magazine

Omaha, NE, April 10, 2010 --( Chef Graham Kerr, once known as the “Galloping Gourmet,” has written a wonderful article about why he believes there are so many nutritional and health problems in this country and what we can do about them. The article is to appear in honor of his wife, Treena. He attributes his love for her as the reason for his change of cooking style from world chef to healthy chef. The article will appear in the Special Food Groups’ free monthly online Ezine in May at

The article is titled “The Daily Olympics of Life,” and centers on Kerr’s explaining how he’s become “convinced that living a full, healthy, ‘abundant,’ life takes the daily discipline of a world class athlete simply to avoid the toxic consequences of being alive in our ‘opportunistic’ culture.” He explains in this article seven reasons why our society has become a “sickened people” and explains steps we can take to overcome this trend.

This article appears in a rather new online publication by a Nebraska publisher calling itself, Special Food Groups. Rogene A. Robbins is the editor of this publication and has had great success getting people who are excellent writers to provide articles concerning having a normal, fun and exciting lifestyle even if a person has food allergies or sensitivities.

Robbins is a writer in her own right, having had her own first book written published in 2003 by the first publisher she approached. She started this health site out of experiencing the need to control her own and her husband’s intake of foods herself.

“It got to where I felt there was just nothing to eat,” she said. “We joke now that my husband had to stand in the way of my threatening to eat the tree in our front yard.”

This site is a complete service site for people with food restrictions with not only the e-zine, but also a resource area to do research, a directory of services, a recipe collection and a shopping mall with stores dedicated to help people find what they need who have food restriction. Everyone is invited to visit this Nebraska based international site at .

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