Will that be Water or Coca-Cola?

Apr. 3, 2015 by

Today, many people choose anything BUT water to drink to quench their thirst. But believe it or not the best liquid for your body is—water! You have been told dozens of times to drink at least eight glasses per day—and

Coconut Oil–The Many & Varied Uses and Benefits: Part One

Jan. 7, 2015 by

It’s a New Year and our thoughts are turned to health and wellness–at least for a couple of weeks! So, I think it is important to talk about an oil that is pretty amazing–both for our physical and mental health.

Eggs, Eggs and More Eggs

Nov. 6, 2014 by

I don’t know about you, but I really do dislike eggs! In fact, I’ve disliked them since I was a kid. I will only eat them scrambled, deviled or in an omelet– and even that is pushing it. In the

The Many and Varied Uses for the Lowly Cucumber

Sep. 17, 2014 by

Cucumbers are a warm season vegetable, but thanks to warm weather in various parts of the country year-round, we are able to purchase this amazing veggie twelve months a year! Here are just some of the ways to enjoy this

Honey for Healthy Teeth

Aug. 4, 2014 by

A few weeks ago I talked about the problems with sugar so the question remains—what do you replace it with?  The answer: HONEY! Here is my experience with honey: I love honey, I cook with honey, and I eat it

Laughter–the Best Medicine!

Jul. 11, 2014 by

Sometimes the best medicine is laughter! In fact, I read that reading something funny every day actually keeps your immune system high thus keeping you more healthy.  So, here is something that will make you laugh. It is timely advice

Health Benefits of Bananas

Jun. 25, 2014 by

Today I’m going to talk about the health benefits of bananas–yes, bananas! There are those who demonize this lowly fruit; stating it is loaded with too many carbs. Yes, there are carbs in the banana, but the benefits outweigh any

Sugar: Friend or Foe?

Jun. 17, 2014 by

I feel like a hypocrite writing about the dangers of sugar because at this very moment, I’m heating up my oven preparing to bake some of my favorite chocolate chip cookies. So, while I’m munching away, I’ll attempt to convincingly

Ayurvedic: The Science of Life and Longevity

Jun. 10, 2014 by

Today, I want to introduce you to a little of what I learned in my Eastern medicine or Ayurveda classes because I want to eventually talk to you about how to read your tongue, your face and your nails—which is

Digestive Issues: Part 1

Jun. 5, 2014 by

Digestive problems are rampant. I’m sure you know someone with chronic digestive issues such as Crohn’s disease, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), ulcers, acid reflux, gas, constipation, etc, etc. Research also indicates that the #1 reason for hospitalization is the treatment

Natural Ingredients to Heal Various Maladies

Jun. 3, 2014 by

You’ve probably got an amazing assortment of stuff in the kitchen, the tool box or the medicine chest that can do double duty as remedies for all kinds of common ailments. What’s more, there’s actual scientific research to back up

Sleep Suggestions: Part Two

May. 29, 2014 by

On Tuesday we discussed the importance of sleep. Today, we are discussing ways of getting to sleep and staying asleep. So here are some suggestions: Tech devices: shut off all tech devices one hour before you go to bed and

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