Category Archive: Health Coaching

Jun 05

Happiness Pie

Everyone wants to be happy, but what is happiness?…..

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Mar 27

An Attitude of Gratitude

Gratitude is good for your mental health.  Gratitude is a thankful appreciation for what a person receives, whether tangible or intangible. With gratitude or thankfulness, people acknowledge the goodness in their lives. In the process, they usually recognize that the source of that goodness lies at least partially outside themselves. As a result, being thankful …

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Sep 02

6 Great Reasons to Have a Cup of Tea

  While many Americans tend to favor coffee as their hot beverage of choice, tea is the second most popular drink worldwide, preceded only by water.   Culturally engrained into the daily lives of people in Asia, Europe, and the Middle East, tea has been widely consumed and revered for over 2,000 years. So what’s so …

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Jul 02

Eating Seasonal Foods Can Improve Your Life

Eating Seasonally,  is a wonderfully effective way, to maintain wellness and feel good. This seasonal method of eating, rooted deeply in our heritage, balances the body by reducing illness and increasing vitality. As you become more in touch with your body, you will discover that you crave foods that are in season. Ripened fruit in the …

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May 05

Why You Don’t Need To Count Calories Ever Again

There are many ridiculous myths in nutrition. The “calorie myth” is one of the most pervasive… and most damaging.   It is the idea that calories are the most important part of the diet, that the sources of those calories don’t matter. If you think that a calorie is a calorie….. and it doesn’t matter …

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Feb 01

Why Eating FAT Does Not Make You FAT

According to Dr. Walter Willett, the Chair of Nutrition at the Harvard School of Public Health, the campaign to reduce fat in the diet has had some pretty disastrous consequences. One of the most unfortunate unintended consequences of the fat-free crusade was that, although actual fat consumption went down, Americans got much fatter, during this period of time.

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Jan 01

The Anti-Inflammatory Diet

A half-dozen or more diet books are based on the anti-inflammatory idea — and numerous web sites promote “anti-inflammatory” eating. Each has its own spin.  But experts concede that anti-inflammation eating is more effective for some health problems than others — and that the scientific evidence for the disease-reduction benefits of these eating plans is …

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Pear Cashew Crème Tart

PEAR CASHEW CREME TART   Imagine delicately spiced pears cooked just until fork tender, sitting atop a luscious pillow of maple-scented cashew crème, all contained within a soft, buttery shell.

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Sweet Potato Crusted Spinach Quiche ~ Low Glycemic / Low Carb


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Apr 29

2014 Dirty Dozen and Clean Fifteen produce list: Apples, peaches and more.

Environmental Working Group’s latest Shopper’s Guide to Pesticides in Produce helps consumers reduce the amount of pesticides they consume in their diets.

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