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My top Resources for Health, Wellness and Fitness

Monday, August 8th, 2016

I tend to think of myself as a scientist with my body and my life as an experimental lab. I am very passionate about wellness and really love to explore different ideas and concepts.  I read and listen to interviews related to well-being, health, yoga and fitness daily.  If a concept resonates with me I tend to experiment with it […]

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Posted in Detox, diet, fasting, Food, healing, Innovation, Mindful Eating, Mindful living, Uncategorized, Vegan, weight loss, Wellness | 4 Comments »

Food, Sex and Rock’n’Roll – Not your Average Weight Guide Loss – Part I –

Friday, August 5th, 2016

People never change. The transformation is simply bringing what’s already inside up to the surface. I courageously faced the unknown allowing myself to continue to grow and evolve. I followed my inspiration and allowed positive changes to happen. Often I stepped back into what was more familiar, my ‘other’ not so constructive state. Every time the comeback became easier. Choosing the discomfort of the unknown, inspired, unique, and finally, totally breaking out of my shallow shell is the only way to evolve. The feeling of a new part of myself emerging and coming forward was awesome. Choice, I had a choice! A choice to living dead, die young or change and embark on a new trip.

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Food, Sex and Rock’n’Roll – Not your Average Weight Guide Loss — Part II–

Wednesday, August 3rd, 2016

People never change. The transformation is simply bringing what’s already inside up to the surface. I courageously faced the unknown allowing myself to continue to grow and evolve. I followed my inspiration and allowed positive changes to happen. Often I stepped back into what was more familiar, my ‘other’ not so constructive state. Every time the comeback became easier. Choosing the discomfort of the unknown, inspired, unique, and finally, totally breaking out of my shallow shell is the only way to evolve. The feeling of a new part of myself emerging and coming forward was awesome. Choice, I had a choice! A choice to living dead, die young or change and embark on a new trip.

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Posted in Detox, diet, fasting, Food, Mindful Eating, Mindful living, weight loss, Wellness | 7 Comments »

Follow Six Simple Steps to Come Back to Balance

Tuesday, June 21st, 2016

If you don’t make time right now for a healthy life style, allocate some time later to be spent in the doctor’s office. What would it be?

Posted in Food, healing, injury, Mindful Eating, Mindful living, skiing, sports injury, transformation, Vegan, weight loss, Wellness | No Comments »

Five simple ways to break your fast – easy breakfast

Wednesday, June 15th, 2016

I tend to think of myself a s a scientist and my body as an experimental lab. I am very passionate about wellness and really love to explore different ideas and concepts.  I read and listen to interviews related to well-being, health and fitness daily. If a concept resonates with me I tend to experiment with it for a while […]

Posted in Detox, diet, fasting, Food, Mindful Eating, Mindful living, Uncategorized, Vegan, weight loss, Wellness | 8 Comments »

Iron: the Vegetarian Way

Tuesday, March 10th, 2015

Ironically, many foods eaten by vegans are superior to animal-derived foods. For example, you would have to eat more than 1700 calories of sirloin steak to get the same amount of iron as found in 100 calories of spinach (1 cup of cooked spinach, cooked contains 6.4 milligrams of iron).

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Six Essential Steps for Your Perfect Vacation Day.

Monday, April 22nd, 2013

My suggestions include down-to-earth yoga practice to restore harmony, rejuvenating self treatments, and exercise, along with nourishing meals in the form of a nourishing breakfast, and really delish veggie soup ideal for lunch or supper.

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Posted in Food, Mindful Eating, Mindful living, Yoga, Yoga Asana | 2 Comments »

7 Tips for Skin Care & How to Put Your Best Face Forward.

Thursday, April 18th, 2013

Aging skin is biological rather than chronological. The process can be delayed or even reversed with a holistic, natural approach that includes optimal diet, lifestyle and product choices.

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Posted in Facial Skin Care, Food, Mindful living, Wellness, Yoga | 6 Comments »

Five Essential Tips for Stressful Seasonal Cleanse

Saturday, October 20th, 2012

Don’t get me wrong, the body has a robust mechanism for cleansing and digesting. It’s just that, as I mentioned, we tend to overload ourselves with toxic air, food, products and thoughts. So if you haven’t done so, I would recommend an easy cleanse. Please consult your doctor if you have any health issues. You should definitely educate yourself as much as you can and do your own homework before you get started on a program. Another very important part is to keep reflecting on how you feel throughout the cleanse, and adjust what you’re doing accordingly.

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Chew On This – Delicious And Healthy Broccoli Medley Lunch In 15 Minutes!

Sunday, July 8th, 2012

One cup of the leafy green vegetable contains far more than your daily requirements of vitamin K and vitamin A. Spinach is high in vitamin C with almost 40 percent of your daily magnesium requirement. It is an excellent source of more than 20 different measurable nutrients, including dietary fiber, calcium and protein.

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