Creating Incidental Fitness

I wanted to talk with you briefly about accidental fitness and what it means to me. Yes, sometimes we've just got to squeeze it in wherever we can. These are real health skills as they apply to...

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Everyday Cancer Prevention Tips

Chances are you either know someone dealing with cancer or you yourself are currently experiencing cancer, in recovery from cancer, or at risk for certain cancers due to your family or lifestyle...

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Turning Back the Clock

I am all about healthy aging and I believe true healing is found in the refrigerator, not the pharmacy. When I started noticing changes in my skin and challenges with my daughter's skin, I went...

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Kitchen Wisdom to Rev Your Metabolism

When it comes to torching calories and burning fat, many of us envision hours on the treadmill, stationary bike, or yoga in a heated room. But what if we had a dietary intervention strategy that...

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Alzheimer’s Prevention Strategies

The rapid increase in numbers of Americans diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease is down right scary. Researchers from the University of Southern California estimate that by the year 2050, cases of...

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Best and Worst Foods to Eat for Stress

Stress, it’s the bane of existence for too many of us. Stress is an epidemic that is taking a toll on our health. Stress can make us feel awful physically, emotionally, and can intensify most...

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My Favorite Food and Clearing the Confusion

You could say I'm a yamaholic, but that wouldn't be accurate since it's really sweet potatoes that I adore. Although available year-round, yams or sweet potatoes are particularly treasured during...

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Stories from the Incline

First there was Ann. We met Ann in a parking lot for the Manitou Incline. I’m guessing Ann was either in her late 50’s or early 60’s. She was short and strong. We chatted her up...

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Working on Our Personal Philosophies

“We are rapidly becoming a nation of passive intellects. The continued neglect of our reading and our writing skills is leading to increasingly undisciplined thinking habits. If we doubt...

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From Stressed to Blessed

It’s officially “Stress Awareness Month” and I believe most of us are aware that as a population, Americans are incredibly stressed. Roughly 77% of Americans report physical...

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