Although cooking is very much a “science” I see it as an activity that builds and supports health, relationships and families. All the recipes I share follow a personal criteria/guidelines and as in my Holistic Health Coaching practice, there is nothing that I wouldn’t share or suggest to you that I personally haven’t tried … Continue reading Koolaid To Kale
Dr Libby Weaver is a Holistic Nutrition Specialist. If you've read some of my other posts on liver health you'll know how much I love her energy, her stance on women's health and the simplistic manner in which she makes these all sometimes too overwhelming topics easy, understandable and manageable. Hop on over to facebook … Continue reading Not Just for Easter HEALTHY Chocolate
The Motivation Manifesto ~ Brendon Burchard .......get it, read it, live it. "Hurry has become the master. We have stopped sensing the stillness, the stunning fullness and beauty and divine perfection of the moment. Most barrel through life, unaware of their senses and surroundings, deaf and blind to the magical qualities of… this… very… moment. … Continue reading Slow It Down
With a success rate of 30%, people are becoming fed-up with the side effects and the continual blues of pharmaceutical drugs. Are alternative remedies something your looking for? Source: How To Treat Depression Naturally Without Drugs
One of the biggest misconceptions about exercise is that it takes away from your energy levels. That's like saying you can't love another person on account you only have so much love to give away. Crazy right. Our bodies are infinitely strong and powerful. Feeling tired? Sluggish? Creatively flat? Experts say that one of the … Continue reading You Cannot Run Out Of Love
For example, although the National Nutrient database reports that a medium banana contains 422 milligrams of potassium, that figure is just an average determined from 14 samples. The actual range of potassium found in those samples was 364 mg to 502 mg per banana, as noted in a recent Scientific American article.
Look at us getting all creative with yet another zucchini idea. I do love and think it's important to eat local and local right now is lots of zucchini. It was kind of funny actually, I thought anyhow.....being Italian, Sunday is usually sauce day, yet I found my daughter texting my other daughter who … Continue reading Mexican Zucchini Burrito Boats – and beyond
For years, and years and years, I have been hiding zucchini in a chocolate loaf. Then, this weekend, along came lemon zucchini loaf - there's no turning back. With our zucchini plant still producing daily, I simply have to plant this here (thank you Two Peas & Their Pod), so I can find it again. … Continue reading Goodbye Chocolate, Hello Lemon
We have all read the articles on what healthy people do in the morning, but how about what they do before bed? This is just as important as it helps wrap up the day and sets the tone for a fresh start in the morning. Source: 7 Things Healthy People Do Before Bed
I heard on the radio this morning about the value in taking vitamin K. It’s good for bone health, heart health, brain function, a healthy metabolism, blood clotting AND protects against cancer. The old me, the way back, once upon a time me, would have run out to the store and purchased Vitamin K. I’ve … Continue reading What Supp – Some Is Good More Is Better?
This week I celebrated the 7 year anniversary of the camping trip where I torn my meniscus. Never, ever before had I been so crippled in my active lifestyle. Wish I had an exciting story to go along with the tear, but I was just washing the dishes in a KOA campground. One little turn … Continue reading What Supp – Glucosamine
A new weekly feature.......What Supp. As in What Supplement. Sooner or later you will be faced with a need to reach for nutritional supplements to do exactly that....supplement your diet. As a competitive bodybuilder for 8 years I seldom, on and off took nutritional supplements. "I get EVERYTHING from my food" a mindset that stuck … Continue reading What Supp