Hey, I’m glad you came back for Part 3 of my description of the wellness presentation I attended a couple of weeks ago. I said in Part 1 that I would revisit the topic of
I’m glad you came back for part 2! If you haven’t seen part 1 from last week, and I do recommend it, I started by describing a healthy-living presentation I had been to last week.
Okay, so I pilfered that title. I thought it was a good title, and a very fitting one for the presentation I went to last evening. I had heard this doctor speak once before,
As I was digging around in my pantry this morning, looking beyond the canned pumpkin and beans for some boxed diced tomatoes, I remembered the types of things that used to be in there when
The first thing my doctor’s nurse said to me when she called to give me the results of my yearlies was “Your cholesterol is up again to 202, so I’ve called in a prescription for
Keeping meat out of my diet is certainly a pillar of a healthy living, but that doesn't mean one bite will hurt me. I still like a good burger! With meat, all-or-none really isn't necessary.
We’ve all seen that trim healthy-looking person and thought enviously “I bet (s)he can eat anything (s)he wants”. Right? Well, not if (s)he wants to remain healthy. What?? Given what we’ve been told by this
You might not even give this a thought if you decide to become a whole-foods plant eater, but then again it might be on your mind quite a bit. Just know that any time a
From bat-wing powder… Haha! I know people are curious about living on vegetables, fruits, beans, nuts, and whole grains. At least a lot of the people I know are, even though I suspect it’s in