Tag Archives: health

Nutrition: Do Whole Grains Confuse You?

I may be preaching to the choir here but I’m going to jump in anyway because I can’t tell you how many people I talk to really are confused as to what whole grains really are. We have been instructed … Continue reading

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Nutrition and Heart Health: The Real Nutritional Villain

Conventional wisdom says that red meat and saturated fat are the primary drivers of heart disease. So in order to avoid that, many people have chosen to eat chicken which is thought to be more lean. Problem is that the … Continue reading

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Digestion: Could Antacids Put You at Risk

There is something that many people take on a daily basis that could be putting them at increased risk for COVID-19 and other viruses as well as liver and kidney damage, pneumonia, C. difficile, muscle wasting and other serious conditions. … Continue reading

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Health: Symptoms, Source, Solution

I felt led to continue on from last week’s post about my walking buddy and how she acted as a nutritional detective to figure out what was causing her distressing symptoms. Pastor Robert Jeffers made this statement about spiritual issues … Continue reading

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Nutrition: Become a Detective

I’ve been watching a new show this summer called Genetic Detective. It follows investigative genetic genealogist, CeCe Moore, as she uses her unique research skills to transform the face of crime solving. By working with police departments and crime scene … Continue reading

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Nutrition: Water Quality and Tea

I am a tea lover and green tea has long been a favorite both just because I like it and for its numerous health benefits. But I learned something about a simple way to amplify those health benefits. Rather than … Continue reading

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Healthy Aging: Can You Spare 10 Minutes a Day

Incorporating movement and staying active daily is key to remaining independent and fit in later years. As we age, being able to do simple things like hurrying across a street or even just getting dressed and out the door in … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day Blessings

I realize Mother’s Day is this coming Sunday but this one is extra special for my family. My husband and I are blessed to welcome three new grandchildren this year! In addition to my amazing grandson, Carter, who is 3, … Continue reading

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Heart Health: Move Over Apples

We are all familiar with the saying, an apple a day keeps the doctor away. And there are lots of studies that have been done on the numerous health benefits apples provide. What if I told you there is another … Continue reading

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Weight Loss: How to Change Your Perspective on Exercise

Several weeks ago I did a blog about the health benefits of regular exercise for women over 50. You can access it here. I don’t think too many people would argue that exercise isn’t an important part of living a … Continue reading

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