Laws of Leftovers: How Long do they last?

One of my top five suggestions on how to make eating properly an easy thing to do in terms of time and cost management has always been to make leftovers a regular part of your regime. Whether you prefer to prepare extra dinner to have the rest tomorrow at lunch, or include two ‘Hour in […]

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Can Convenience Food Be Healthy?

Convenience. Food. What comes to mind when you pair these two words together? Chances are, it’s not pretty. Accordingly, even the definition on Wikipedia[1] is right in line with what you might expect: convenience food, or tertiary processed food, is food that is commercially prepared (often through processing) to optimize ease of consumption. Such food […]

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Is There Room for Cheating in your Diet?

I fell in love with the Paleo approach over ten years ago, when I first learned that it was my ticket to pain-free, stomach-issue free, high performance living. A simple approach of eating fresh, local foods and avoiding highly processed, packaged items not only made sense, it was easy to follow and made me feel […]

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Healthy Food For Our Canine Companions

All this week, I’ve focused my blog posts on family. Getting the kids eating right, exercising as a family and tuning in to what type of overall regime might best suit the whole family is key in ensuring everyone is on board, healthy and bonding as a family unit at the same time. There’s one […]

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Vegetarian Kids: Are They Better Off?

We all want what’s best for our families. Whether we’re talking about a spouse who may need to lose a few pounds or kids who are having trouble concentrating at school and have been diagnosed with ADD, we’ve got to consider what everyone’s eating as a fundamental part of both behavior as well as overall […]

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Family Fitness: Get the Kids Involved

There’s something quite magical about the summertime. As a kid, in addition to the obvious- no school- it means long hours of sunshine to play outside all day long, swim team at the lake, or tennis or whatever the sport(s) may be and simply running, hopping, leaping, skipping, jumping and riding bikes. In a word: […]

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Signs of Nutrient Deficiencies in Kids

 Has going grain-free proven to be your ticket to better health?   Or maybe cutting out that dairy has finally given you respite from that nagging chest congestion and those unsightly pimples you used to have on your chin all the time? And you can certainly see a trend between when you upped your veggies and […]

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Running With Your Dog

I’ve been a dog-lover all my life. I grew up with dogs, I rescued dogs in college and to this day, I am a very proud dog Mom of young Preston, five months old, shown above. Those of you who’ve been reading my blog for a while may recall our two older Weims, Graham and […]

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