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Grab and Go Anti Inflammatory Foods

Posted in Fitness, Food, General, Health, Nutrition, Vitamins

Hello again, I hope you have been reading and taking notes from this series of “Grab and Go” foods. My goal is to help you see that making healthy food choices can be as fast and easy as grabbing packaged goods. It all starts with a change of information. I want to help, so take […]


Grab and Go Antioxidants

Posted in Exercise, Fitness, Food, General, Health, Nutrition, Vitamins

You have probably heard about antioxidants before, or maybe not? The prefix anti means against, and oxidation is what antioxidants are against. What is oxidation? I will explain it as best I can.  Oxidation is a chemical reaction where electrons are transferred from one molecule to another, and that is as scientific as I’m going […]


Grab and Go a banana and some nuts

Posted in Fitness, Food, General, Health, Nutrition, Vitamins

I’m all about making life simple when it comes to eating. That does not fit everyone’s style, but if that is you then you are going to like my grab and go series that I’m working on to give you ideas for quick meals or snacks when you are on the run. You have probably […]


Grab and Go: Starting with A is for Apple

Posted in Food, General, Health, Nutrition, Vitamins

We are so busy all the time, aren’t we! So many obligations and time constraints that we don’t often have the time to prepare our meals. I will be talking about things we can “Grab and Go” in my next several blogs. Today let’s talk apples. When I was young there was a saying, “an […]


Are you interested in learning what the nutrients in your food can do for you?

Posted in Food, General, Health, Nutrition, Vitamins

Head, shoulders, knees and toes, eyes and ears and mouth and nose… as the song goes, but we are missing some important things, and that is the topic of my upcoming presentation on vitamins and minerals, starting with A-C.   Are you aware that every function of the body is unique and requires fuel. Vitamins […]


Burgers and Fries

Posted in Food, General, Health, Nutrition, Vitamins

Most of us Americans grew up eating burgers and fries whether made at home or bought from a fast-food variety and many of us still love a good burger. In the ’80s much of the facts you heard about nutrition were that fat was bad and carbs were good because they had no fat! What! […]


Set some good goals for 2020

Posted in Exercise, Fitness, Food, General, Health, Nutrition, Vitamins

Let’s talk about the pancreas! Yep, I know that sounds exciting right. What’s my motto…or at least one of them, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”.  So what do I need the pancreas for when I can just fix my hair and makeup and look good on the outside?? As I […]


Them bones, them bones

Posted in Exercise, Fitness, Health, Nutrition, Vitamins

Many of us spend a lot of time and money to take care of our appearance. That is not a bad thing! I know when I was a teenager the things that mattered most, that zit on my nose and how to get rid of it! Now that I’m in my fifties I am more […]


Let Food Be Thy Medicine And Medicine Be Thy Food

Posted in Food, General, Health, Nutrition, Vitamins

Hippocrates said that way back (somewhere 431 BC). He has obviously been getting dizzy turning over in his grave as more and more centuries have passed only making our food choices and sources less than beneficial, let alone like medicine! Many of us (myself included) get into eating the same foods over and over and […]


“cholesterol” from Tom Valentine, Facts on Fats and oils

Posted in Books, Food, General, Health, Nutrition, Vitamins

I’m going to share this as it is written from my “Nourishing Traditions” cookbook loaded with informative and interesting facts.  “Cholesterol is especially important to our brains. That’s right, today’s “most hated” substance is essential to the human brain function. In fact, infants need a constant supply cholesterol during brain development, which is why mother’s […]



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