Hey you 🙃
It’s been a while since I’ve seen you. You don’t write, you don’t call, you don’t text. Lol.
Actually, it’s totally my fault. I’ve been traveling the world a little.
It’s given me time to read a dozen books, mostly non-fiction, including one a friend shared with me, 84 Charing Cross Road.
It’s a timeless story and touches on a deeper topic, one of our favorite words, “someday.”
In my opinion it’s procrastination disguised in good intentions.
The thing is, time, our most valuable asset, flies by, in case you haven’t noticed 😉.
Before I go any further, I want you to know I’ve got a surprise gift for you. It’s a new meal plan I’ve just created and want to share.
It’s like an easy button, but for healthy eating.
Continue reading “Do you have a “someday list?” (Free Meal Plan Download)”
So I knew I would be getting a couple emails from last week’s news letter.
I realize by saying calcium is “bad”, that I was likely to get some hate mail
(Jk, you ❤️ me. I didn’t get any hate mail)
because most believe that calcium helps prevent Osteoporosis, right?
That’s a false presumption.
Osteoporosis doesn’t occur because of a lack of calcium.
In fact, the chances are your body already has plenty from your diet.
Healthy diets have plenty of calcium and most processed foods in the westernized world are fortified with more calcium than we need.
In most cases of osteoporosis, your bones just aren’t absorbing calcium properly.
So adding even more calcium to the mix doesn’t necessarily help.
Continue reading “DON’T do these 3 things for Osteoporosis (ps, it’s opposite day!)”
Happy Valentine’s Day.
Have I got some things for you today.
Today’s issue of Nutrition Weekly is great for both your literal and figurative heart.
Today I’m gonna share one mistake that many make and don’t even
It’s so sneaky that other “culprits” get the blame.
Pharmaceutical companies actually benefit from doctors selling the wrong
kinds of solutions.
It’s almost a taboo to even talk about..
..you know, like when we question status quo, Doctors, and question mainstream opinion.
What am I talking about you ask?
1) Perceived causes, like cholesterol and fatty foods,
2) the actual causes of heart disease.
(we’ll discuss one of them today)
Knowing what I’m about to share, just might help turn it all around for you or someone you know.
Knowing 1 + 2 (from above) = healthier ❤️’s
Continue reading “Heart Disease: 1 thing to avoid and 1 thing to do for your ❤️”