Most people pursuing a healthy lifestyle will choose organic produce whenever possible to avoid pesticides, shown by U.S. and international agencies to be associated with brain and nervous system toxicity, hormone disruption and cancer, as well as skin, eye and lung irritation.
As we age, our metabolism slows down and weight gain becomes a sensitive issue. No matter what we do nothing seems to shift the weight. Here are some tips to help with nudging that weight a little that do not require deprivation and hunger.
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?
We always need good nutrition, no matter our age! But as you age, your diet begins to be of greater importance – in your lifestyle, your moods, how you handle menopause and post-menopause – and for remaining as youthful as possible for as long as possible.
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.
Most of us at this stage in life are living in a downsized family. That is, it’s usually just us or perhaps us and a spouse or significant other. But have you noticed that many food ingredients, recipes and even baking pans are sized for many more diners? This can make adopting healthy eating habits difficult.
If you look at the landscape of American advertising, it’s easy to see what ails us. Commercials paint an unflattering picture of our collective health.
Welcome to another installment of how to live like a millionaire on a retirement budget.
The recipe ideas I want to share with you are served at the finest restaurants for hefty prices. They may not even be that good either, because as we know, money and quality don’t always add up.
I’m so excited! I recently got back from six days on very special education/nutrition Retreat at Sanoviv Medical Institute.
According to many healing traditions, the root of all illness begins in the gut.
The latest research shows a strong connection between gut health and autism, ADHD, depression and even Alzheimer’s, not to mention autoimmune conditions.