Do you want to live to 100? The better question is, “Do you want to live to 100…healthfully and with good quality?” If you answered yes, then take a lesson from research done on Blue Zones, areas around the world where people are ten times more likely to live to the age of 100. Demographers … Continue reading Blue Zones
As you prepare to ring out the old and bring in the new, you may feel a little short on sleep these days. Maybe it’s a pattern that has been going on for several months. Holiday cheer, family gatherings, travel, getting packages under the tree before morning, wrapping up work projects, preparing for the new … Continue reading The importance of sleep
Thanksgiving 2017 is well behind us. I hope you had a wonderful celebration. My husband and I enjoy cooking, so hosting Thanksgiving this year was a treat. Family and friends gathered around our table with all the festive trimmings. It was a time to give thanks for our health, our happiness, our loved ones near … Continue reading Gratitude practice
It’s that time of year…when my body begins to crave warmer foods. Temperatures are dropping, and it takes an extra layer to keep my core warm. Drinking warm beverages is one way I nourish myself during this fall transition, and few things are more comforting than wrapping my hands around a warm mug of tea … Continue reading Turmeric
My tea of choice is green, and I especially like matcha. It's loaded with antioxidants and other vital nutrients that have been shown to protect against certain types of cancers and health conditions such as Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and cardiovascular disease. Antioxidants provide the best defense against illnesses of all kinds. The more antioxidants you have … Continue reading Matcha tea
Sugar. It's a topic of heated discussions. Some hold fast to the belief that sugar is sugar, whether processed maltodextrin or dried dates. Others profess sugar's evils regardless of the form that gets into so many food products on grocery store shelves. We’re human, and we’re drawn to the allure of sugar. We use … Continue reading A debate about sugar
I recently had the great fortune of sitting down with Jessica Dewell, host of The Voice of Bold Business, to discuss the signs of working too much and what to do about it. Along with Dr Ryan Marchman (Boulder, CO) and Palma Michel (London, UK) our conversation uncovered insights about the importance of self-awareness and selectively choosing values that ensure a life well-lived. In … Continue reading Are you burning the candle at both ends?
The death of a loved one hurts. Regardless of the age, the relationship, the circumstance…the finality of one’s life strikes at the core. Then there is the physical and emotional stress the body endures…from the moment you hear the news to the realization that life will never be the same without this person in your … Continue reading When life throws a curve…