Midlife Heart Health FAQ’s

Think heart attacks just happen to older men? Think again. It’s heart health month this February and I’ve been talking to A LOT of women in midlife about how to protect the most important organ in their body, their precious hearts. Here are a couple of facts that you may …

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The Health Benefits of Living Foods

I’m having a hard time believing that it was almost a year ago when I was writing about the Corona virus and how to keep your immune system strong. It’s hard to believe that the topic is still relevant, yet here we are. By this time either you have experienced …

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Five Ideas For a Healthy Corona Holiday Season

You want to enjoy your holidays but who wants to feel regretful on January 2nd? I had spent years feeling and living this way. A “be in the moment” attitude, there was no resistance to all the cookies, cakes, candy and cocktails. That is, until I was a few pounds …

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How To Embrace Uncertainty

What a week. No one was immune – uncertainty around the election, Covid cases rising as fast as you can blink, Winter on the horizon, so much indoor time, more alone time, questions over travel, seeing family during the holidays. For me, I can add in uncertainty about my three …

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Finding Flow In Your Kitchen

We are in trying times right now, no doubt about that. I know I’m not alone when I wish 2020 would just please go away. I have been tested enough. Two big trips canceled, worrying about my kids at college, worrying about my own health, dreading the colder months, it …

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5 Reasons Why Your Last Diet Failed You

The weird, wacky time we are in right now cannot be underestimated and it is making people (myself included) do extraordinary things. Like take bread baking for example. Suddenly, plain old white flour is a hot commodity. Junk food sales are up, vegetable sales down. We are emotionally eating and …

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Avoiding The Quarantine 15

I don’t need to remind you that we are in the middle of a pandemic, do I? Well, hold on. If you live in the North Pole, you may be immune, there’s almost no cases. But here, in the United States, in the Northeast where I live, we are well …

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Pantry Rules: Sourdough Basics

I never thought that when I acquired my first sourdough starter years ago from a friend that, fast forward, that baking with it would become so popular. Just one more surprise coming out of the whole Corona experience. In our (former) very busy worlds, making sourdough bread taught me a …

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Feel, Eat, Regret, Repeat

I am starting to come to the realization that we are not getting out of this, the Corona crisis. And I want to talk about something very real. Something that needs to get addressed. Everyone has been taking to their corners of coping. I have talked to people who are …

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