Exercise Challenge

I am challenging you today to get more exercise!  Doing squats is a great place to start!  This is an exercise that can range from something as simple as standing up and sitting down from a chair to performing sumo squats with weights.  So everybody should be able to...

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Friday Feast: DIY Grain Bowl

It is the end of the week and in my house, containers of leftovers are stacking up in the refrigerator.  None are enough for a complete meal, but when you are trying to limit your trips to the grocery store, consuming all those leftovers is a must.  One way that I...

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Your Body of Water

Yesterday, I took the opportunity to clean up and organize my office a bit.  I ran across one of the very first books I read while starting out on my wellness journey back in the early '90's:  Your Body's Many Cries For Water written by F. Batmanghelidj, MD.  It...

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Getting your Greens during Quarantine

Nutrient packed greens are a must for our health.  They benefit everything from our brains to our bones.  That includes supporting our immune system and our gut health, two areas top of mind these days.  I recommend 3 servings of leafy greens and at least 1 serving of...

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Start a Garden without Leaving Home

I have something exciting to share with you today!  My friend and colleague, Debby Ward, is offering a FREE mini course on how to Start a Container Garden without Leaving Home.  Debby is offering this course for all those who want to try their hand at growing their...

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Hope isn’t Cancelled

The weeks of being confined in my home have started to get to me!  Up until now, I haven’t felt like my life has been severely impacted.  Other than not being able to run out to my favorite store on a whim, I am still able to consult with my clients virtually, take...

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Sugar Weakens the System

Yesterday, I recommended starting the day out with a well-balanced meal to keep you full, fueled and feeling good in your healthy home haven.  By avoiding refined carbohydrates and sugary foods, you prevent the sugar coaster that leads to cravings for and over...

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Avoiding the Quaren-ten (pounds)

I have heard from many of you that you are concerned about maintaining a healthy weight during this time of confinement.  Emotional eating and being bored can lead to frequent exploration of the pantry and, if you combine that with a decrease in activity, the result...

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Protecting your Pet’s Health during the Pandemic

Pets provide people with valuable companionship and unconditional love.  They can also greatly contribute to our health. Having and loving a pet can help to reduce stress and anxiety, ease depression, encourage exercise, and even improve cardiovascular health by...

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Day 13: A message from Reverend Haffner

Monday morning in America.  This traffic map should be lit up in RED!  Instead, people are hunkered down in their homes protecting themselves and their families from this virus that has engulfed the world. These are very odd and frightening times we are living...

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Initially, I went to Susan Brady because my family doctor told me to take a holiday from the prescription bone density medicine that I had been taking it for many years. I avoid dairy since I am lactose intolerant and sensitive to dairy protein. I was confident that Susan could recommend a superior quality calcium, balanced with other supplements that would help provide the nutrients I needed for bone health. In addition to recommendations for supplements, she has evaluated my diet and my exercise regimen, making suggestions as needed. With guidance from Susan I have been able to maintain bone health without additional bone density medicine for several years now. ~K.N.


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