Maintain Your Health by Daily Exercise Routines

April 30, 2013
Maintain Your Health by Daily Exercise Routines

This is a guest post written by Collin Zauner. Wellness and good health can be achieved with daily exercise and proper diet. If you know how to prepare healthy and balanced meals, you can focus on the daily routines. It can be hard for some people to exercise because of their busy lifestyle, but now […]

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5 Tips to Help You Kick Food Cravings in the Butt

April 23, 2013
5 Tips to Help You Kick Food Cravings in the Butt

It has been almost a month since I started eating to live.  What does this mean?  It means that I am eating foods that are nutrient-dense or those foods that are high in nutrients. I am happy to tell you, that I have not had any cravings for the junk foods (sweets, fries, and pretzels).  […]

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Shopping Green: How to Make Informed Choices

April 12, 2013
Shopping Green:  How to Make Informed Choices

Today our guest blogger is Stefanie Gomez. Your home is supposed to be your sanctuary. The place you live and breathe. The place you prepare your meals, relax, and rest. We can spend the entire day navigating our way through a world that is full of hazards and toxins that may harm our health, but […]

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Pulling the Blinds on Sleepy Misperceptions

April 10, 2013
Pulling the Blinds on Sleepy Misperceptions

Today our guest blogger is +Elizabeth Lotts writer for Vitacost.com Sleep is an interesting paradox. Some people treasure their nightly eight hours, while others treat it like a guilty pleasure, enjoyed only in small “dozes.” As sleep deprivation becomes the norm, it’s rationalized by notions like, “I’ll sleep in tomorrow to catch up.” It’s time to […]

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Deconstructing Cravings

April 8, 2013
Deconstructing Cravings

Today our guest blogger is Carolyn Akens. The body is an amazing source of intelligence. It is always there for you, pumping blood, never skipping a heartbeat, digesting whatever food you put in it and maintaining homeostasis. Is this reliable, intelligent bio-computer making a mistake by craving ice cream or a hamburger or chocolate? Are […]

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Tone Trouble Areas With These Basic Exercises

April 6, 2013
Tone Trouble Areas With These Basic Exercises

Happy Saturday! Today, I share with you basic exercises that you can do that help tone trouble areas.  Those trouble areas include: abs thighs butt arms I am not a professional trainer, but I am someone who is passionate about fitness.  I enjoy working out because I feel so good. I am working on toning […]

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The Importance of Fiber in Your Diet

April 4, 2013
The Importance of Fiber in Your Diet

When someone is told that they need to increase their fiber intake, they automatically think of taking Metamucil or bran. I am guilty of taking chewable fiber tablets when I was in my mid-to-late 20s. I had no understanding about nutrition and my diet was very unhealthy. I thought that all I had to do […]

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Things you should know about Anxiety and Depression

April 3, 2013
Things you should know about Anxiety and Depression

Today our guest blogger is Salomon Ptasevich. Anxiety and depression are two complex emotional disorders, which also involve thinking and behavior problems. Though different, they have some similarities that can cause confusion when trying to distinguish. We turn first to see that they are different, then see their commonalities and ending with a brief reflection […]

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What is a Fat-Free Vegan?

March 27, 2013
What is a Fat-Free Vegan?

Note:  I no longer follow this way of eating (2/5/2015).   You are probably wondering, what in the world is Evelyn talking about. And you are probably thinking, everyone needs fat. Some people might think that vegans are already not meeting their nutritional requirements, so why remove the fat (oil) from the diet? A few […]

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Quinoa Pilaf from Carolyn’s Recipe Corner

March 14, 2013
Quinoa Pilaf from Carolyn’s Recipe Corner

Quinoa is known is the “gold of Inca.”  It is a good choice for those who eat a plant-based diet.  Here’s a more information about quinoa: Gluten-free Helps sustain energy Promotes vitality High in protein. Complete protein and has all 9 amino acids *Good choice for vegans High in the amino acid lysine, which is […]

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