My Favorite Recovery Drink: Bone Broth!

It’s not what I drank for years and years. Yes, the 4:1 Carb:Pro ratio I relied upon for such a long time, even in a real-food version (think coconut water, banana, egg), may have been cleaner and more cost effective than many of the commercially prepared recovery drinks, but the one I love most now […]

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Musings on Stretching, Icing, Saunas…and Meditation!

I’ve written before about how it was only this past year that I began incorporating meditation into my daily routine. Well, there was something else I was very remiss until very recently, and I’m embarrassed to admit it, given the career path I’ve chosen. I wasn’t stretching. Hardly ever. I was barely foam rolling and […]

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Are We Hand Sanitizing Ourselves to Sickness?

With September already half over, the kids are back to school by now and the fall routine has begun. Along with homework, extra curricular activities and going from soccer practice to piano lessons, the young ones are around lots of other people, often in close quarters and it just takes one child to start coughing […]

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It’s My Birthday and I’m Giving You Gifts

Today is my 42nd birthday! I’ve never been one to hide my age; after all, there’s nothing anyone can do about the number of years ago we happen to have arrived on this planet! Anyway, age is a state of mind… If we nourish our body by eating real, food, move it through our favorite […]

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It Wasn’t the Fat… It Was the Sugar! Who Knew?

Turns out fat was never the culprit that was causing heart disease… it was sugar. No way! Yes, I’m being sarcastic, but really, come on. How is it only now being divulged that we are finding that the sugar was the true bad guy behind heart disease (not saturated fat)? In an article in today’s […]

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A Favorite Morning Ritual

One of my favorite rituals is my morning cup of coffee. And it’s not just me; the average American drinks 2.1 cups per day and a whopping 52% don’t add sweeteners, which, when I found this out, was music to my ears! (1) I have lost count of the number of clients who, when they’ve […]

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Taking Time to Reflect, Rest and Rejuvenate

We all think of New Year’s Day as the time to start off on the right foot, adopt healthier strategies for eating and exercise and approaching our day with a more positive mindset. Well, why not do the same today, on Labor Day? Perhaps the kids have already gone back to school; if not, they’ll […]

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3 O’clock Slumping? Get a Move On!

Ever notice that right around 3 or 4pm, the line at the local coffee shop is out the door and around the corner? Wonder why that might be? Several reasons could be playing a role here. IMBALANCED MACRONUTRIENTS Not planning out mindfully where your calories are coming from earlier in the day often comes back […]

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