Month: July 2015

Ingredients to Avoid

Ingredients to Avoid

2 Common Ingredients to Avoid at the Grocery Store Life in a grocery store can get complicated, FAST. As soon as you enter the central aisles where all the packaged products line the shelves you are in vocabulary hell. What do those long ingredient names mean?  I’ve listed 2 common ingredients to avoid when you can.…

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Delicious Rainbow Swiss Chard

Delicious Rainbow Swiss Chard

Rainbow Swiss Chard Easy, Delicious, Healthy Recipe When it comes to summer garden vegetables, if you are like me, you have a plethora of choices of what to cook! Fresh chard is available early in the season and continues to flourish for many months. I will be publishing a book soon with a variety of…

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Stay Fit During the Summer

Stay Fit During the Summer

Stay fit during the summer. Change things up. by Lauren Ganes, RRCA Long Distance Running Coach It’s summer, and that often means vacations and changes in our routines. Does that mean you need to stop exercising? Of course not, it is an opportunity to change things up. If your vacation takes you to the mountains…

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Healthy Weight Loss Optimized Training

Healthy Weight Loss Optimized Training

Most of us know that nutrition is an essential part of optimum training and healthy weight loss Run Coach and Nutritionist Stephanie Atwood has written 2 books* and developed a program for athletes that coordinates training and nutrition for optimum results. You will learn how to use fewer carbohydrates and more of your body’s fat stores to…

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New Vision Old Dream

New Vision Old Dream

New Vision comes from looking, listening, and taking a moment or two to think… I came across this link this morning while writing an article about vision on my website. It put words to something I hadn’t quite understood in this way before. Profound! “Lesbian existence comprises both the breaking of a taboo and the…

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