I just experienced the most profound educational training program, and I am now a certified Holistic Health Practitioner! A big focus of study was on the human health aspect of a whole food vegan diet. Though "vegan" was nothing new to me, I had never heard of "whole food vegan" before, nor the amazing health… Continue reading What’s Your Reason for Vegan?
I recently had a phone interview with a potential business partner, and even though I chose to decline his offer (due to the fake health products he was selling, which I would have had to sell too), I’m still glad I made the call, because he passed on some important information to me: “What you… Continue reading The #1 Thing to Make It as an Entrepreneur
I do! Whether raw with a delicious dip or stir-fried with fragrant spices, vegetables are quick and easy to make into a scrumptious dinner or side. If you're looking for inspiration, check out three of my favorite ways to eat them below! Simple Asian-flavored Stir-Fry This stir-fry is easy to make and has eye-popping flavor.… Continue reading Who Enjoys Eating Veges? (Plus, 3 Easy Ways)
There's some major misinformation about low-carb diets that needs to be set straight: If you're trying to lose weight, carbs are actually some of the best foods you can eat -- as long as you're eating real carbs. What are real carbs? Fruits and vegetables are real carbs. And contrary to the mass diet myths… Continue reading Why Low-Carb Diets Don’t Work for Weight Loss
Someone asked me that question last night, and it took me a moment to process what he was even asking. The obvious thing was that he was trying to make plans with me, but I decided to give it a thoughtful answer. After a moment I said that I don't think in terms of "weekends"… Continue reading So, what are your plans for the weekend?
Remember in the 90's when there was a big anti-smoking campaign, and they were showing pictures of tar-blackened lungs in schools to try to scare us away from smoking? Apparently it worked, to an extent anyway, because smoking is no longer the greatest health threat to Americans. Now obesity is in that position. In the… Continue reading Obesity is the Smoking of our Generation
The world is healing, can you feel it? 🙂 There are moments I feel it so intensely, my awe and gratitude for it is overwhelming. And if you haven't felt it, if you're not on this wavelength yet, if you're thinking this girl must be crazy, hasn't she read the news lately? Well, it's true… Continue reading Holding a Vision of Wholeness
Something occurred to me today while I was driving and I realized I had ignored homemade cookies that had been presented to me at a garage sale. And last night, I had to take a detour home and was thinking I might stop at an ice cream place – but didn’t do that either. Normally,… Continue reading Reaching a goal is simply about merging with yourself in that future timeline, now
I woke up this morning with an intuition, made a note of it, and went back to sleep. (It was only 4:10 am). When I woke up again, I sat down to write it out. Look, you don’t need to subscribe to the “lifestyle” in order to be healthy. The point of good health is… Continue reading You Can Have Health without the “Lifestyle”
One of our assignments this week was to watch Part 1 of the documentary Weight of the Nation and write a paper on ten things we’ve learned from it. The film, which documents the obesity crisis in the United States, was eye-opening to me in many ways. 1 – I didn’t realize obesity rates are… Continue reading Documentary Review: Weight of the Nation