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About Peg Doyle

Peg Doyle is a healthy eating and lifelong wellness expert, recording artist, motivational speaker and author. She is passionate about the impact of quality food and a balanced lifestyle on women’s health. Her mission is to make healthy eating easy and appealing, using nourishment as a powerful tool for preventing the so-called diseases of aging. You can visit her website here http://www.wellnessandyou.com
Latest Posts | By Peg Doyle
Easy Summertime Recipes: Quinoa Tabouli, Kale Smoothies and More!
2 days ago

Easy Summertime Recipes: Quinoa Tabouli, Kale Smoothies and More!

With summer here, are you looking for ways to eat well without heating up the kitchen? Salads are great, but if you’re pretty active you need something more substantial than lettuce, tomatoes and cucumbers to keep your energy up. Read More

What You Learn When You Trust Your Gut: Exploring The Power of Intuition
3 weeks ago

What You Learn When You Trust Your Gut: Exploring The Power of Intuition

By  •  Mindset

Many unexpected gifts come at midlife and beyond, and one of them is a deeper trust in ourselves. After all, we’ve been living in our bodies for a long time – who knows us better than we do?

I believe intuition plays a part in our deeper trust. You just have to listen. You have to trust your gut. Read More

How to Recover from an Emergency Surgery and Get Back to Your Life
1 month ago

How to Recover from an Emergency Surgery and Get Back to Your Life

I moved a few towns over in late March and got a call from a former neighbor today. She called to apologize for taking so long to call me. She had good reason. Read More

6 Secrets of Older Women Who Maintain a Healthy Weight
1 month ago

6 Secrets of Older Women Who Maintain a Healthy Weight

Even though diet books continue to reign as best sellers in the publishing industry, they really have nothing to do with staying slim. They are quick fix remedies that work if you strictly adhere to them, but doing so means you will be following someone else’s regimen, not your own. Read More

Cooking for One: Why Cook at Home if it’s Only Me?
2 months ago

Cooking for One: Why Cook at Home if it’s Only Me?

Be honest: have you asked the question above to yourself or to a friend? If you have, please go back and read the words. It’s only you? What does that say about your worthiness to be well-nourished? Read More

What is a Spring Food Cleanse? Can it Help You Achieve Healthy Aging?
3 months ago

What is a Spring Food Cleanse? Can it Help You Achieve Healthy Aging?

You may be hearing a lot about cleansing these days because spring is one of the most popular times of year to do a food cleanse. Read More

Life After Cancer: Moving Forward with Positivity and Strength
4 months ago

Life After Cancer: Moving Forward with Positivity and Strength

Sadly, it is all too common today to know someone who has been touched by cancer. It may even have touched you. Discovering cancer may come from the presence of symptoms, or it may be an unexpected outcome of a routine examination. Read More

How Muscle Building Exercises Help You to Lose Weight After 60
4 months ago

How Muscle Building Exercises Help You to Lose Weight After 60

If you read my article about metabolism, you recall that weight is determined not only by how much you eat, but also by how efficiently your body burns off calories. Read More

Why is Losing Weight After 60 So Tough? What Can You Do About it?
5 months ago

Why is Losing Weight After 60 So Tough? What Can You Do About it?

“I have every self-help and diet book out there, and here I am, still 40 pounds overweight. Sometimes I lose weight and get all excited, only to sabotage myself and eat like a horse. What is wrong with me?”

Sound familiar? Read More

Oops! Unexpected Gas and Other Midlife Tummy Troubles
5 months ago

Oops! Unexpected Gas and Other Midlife Tummy Troubles

Joanie confided to me that she was mortified on a fairly regular basis.

“Why is this happening to me?” she asked. “I’m sitting with friends at a restaurant and let out a toot when I stand up to leave. It’s funny but also very embarrassing. I try to pretend it’s the chair scraping on the tile floor, but they laugh and say it happens to them too.” Read More