...is some pretty cool stuff about nutrition. I took some time for a family vacation in October. As soon as that was over, I enrolled in the Primal Health Coaching Certification Program with Mark Sisson – you can find his blog at [marksdailyapple.com]. The website is a wonderful resource for everyone, and the coaching … Continue reading WHAT I’VE LEARNED SINCE MY LAST POST
I have become a big fan of these online summits. The format is a week or so of expert speakers on a particular aspect of health. You can listen for free during each summit’s run, and you can purchase the talks in several formats before and after. I have more time than money, so I … Continue reading TOP FOUR MESSAGES FROM THE “INTERPRETING YOUR GENETICS” SUMMIT
First, a non-disclosure: there’s no need for any “full disclosures” here – nobody at Fitbit even knows I’m writing any of this, much less paying me to say it. And I’m sure there are other fitness trackers out there that do even more than this brand or this model. I’m just sharing my experience … Continue reading ME AND MY FITBIT – THE FIRST MONTH
I have diagnosed Lyme disease. I believe that I will always have it, although I have worked hard to put it into remission. Many times along the journey of the last several years, I have been despondent and discouraged and wondered why God (or the Universe or Source or what Dr. Joe Vitale calls ‘The … Continue reading I KNOW WHY LYME DISEASE EXISTS – a personal perspective
Why I don't eat grains and why I don't think you should either.
One of my nieces got married over Memorial Day weekend in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It was a wonderful gathering and blending of families and friends and food. There were two group events. On Saturday, instead of the traditional rehearsal dinner, the entire wedding guest list was treated to a professional baseball game in a separate party … Continue reading PEACEFUL COEXISTENCE BETWEEN MY FAMILY AND MY FOOD
Think about all the health information that's out here on the Internet.... Feeling a bit overwhelmed just now? I used to have that situation. If you are frustrated by trying to implement everything you read here, I can relate. It is impossible to use every bit of the wisdom that we find here – there … Continue reading Sorting it Out