Don’t Wait To Make Healthy Choices

Category: prevention

According to a recent study, having higher than normal cholesterol and blood pressure before age 40 can raise your risk of heart disease later in life. Oftentimes we are not […]

Why Fat is Back on MY Menu

Category: Healthy Nutrition

In 1977, when I was in my mid-thirties, a Senate committee led by George McGovern published its landmark “Dietary Goals for the United States,” urging Americans to eat less high-fat […]

The 10 Warning Signs of Alzheimer’s Disease

Category: Brain Health

With over 5.4 million Americans presently diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease,  any attention to its prevention catches my attention.  According to the Alzheimer’s Organization,  with early detection, you can: Get the maximum […]

The Power of Real Food

Category: prevention

We all know vegetables are a food group we all should partake of daily. Some of us love that; others do not (my husband being one of those!) Thinking about […]

Can Stress Lead to Dementia?

Category: Brain Health

We all know how detrimental stress can be to our health.  But can it actually lead to dementia?  The hormone cortisol is the one connected with stress and as our […]

My 7 Steps of Prevention

Category: Exercise

Prevention is described as to keep from happening or to be in readiness for.  Here are my own personal  “7 steps” of prevention that I feel have made a difference […]

Are You Living Consciously?

Category: Healthy Home

“Going Green” is something we all experience in different ways.  For many, becoming pregnant or looking into your child’s eyes for the first time can trigger this.  Others are moved […]