nutrition

Ebola is scary! Reduce your risk! There are some things you can do to reduce your risk (As with anything here is my Disclaimer: this is by no means claiming to give a cure for Ebola or claiming you will not get Ebola if you’ve been exposed to it) Don’t freak out … do the […]

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What’s in a healthy, unique, top-notch nutritional supplement? If you’ve been following me for very long you know that I have had one thing constant in my life for the past 29 years. That one thing has been the nutritional supplements I have been using. Why have I been so faithful to the same brand […]

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I need your help. What are your top health concerns? My blog is a place where I share things I believe you may be interested in knowing more about. But am I always right? Do I really know what you are really concerned about as far as your health is concerned? I’ve put together a […]

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Malnutrition and Family Dynamics   The family dynamics in caring for an elderly relative or friend can be quite intense. You have an elderly family member who is suffering from malnutrition or is not safe in their current situation. What do you do about it? Empowerment Empower yourself with nutrition knowledge and confidence; then with […]

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What does nutrition have to do with violence and our safety? Shots rang out as my son walked toward the food court at the mall that Saturday morning. He had just dropped off his wife, his five year old son and his year and a half year old daughter at the well-equipped nice play area […]

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Blogging about health and nutrition had been a dream of mine for many years; I just didn’t know what to call it. I had developed a passion for sharing the things I was learning about how nutrition affects immediate and long-term health. So when I first became interested in using the internet to share these […]

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Tre-en-en, Heart Palpitations, Running Scared Welcome to this issue of "Living a Healthy Fit Life"     Editor's Note –   This week I have invited Victor Ordu, a doctor in Nigeria, to share his story of how Tre-en-en in the form of Formula IV Plus changed his life of running scared with heart palpitations. […]

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  Healthy care giving for an elderly parent with dementia is now a common occurrence as our parents are living longer.  The challenge of needing to take over the health care of an aging, elderly parent is a huge responsibility we are honored to fulfill.  However we do have to learn when more is too […]

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My Daddy’s Heart

February 9, 2012

in BLOGS,Heart Health

  February is American Heart Month so it is a fitting month to tell my Daddy’s heart story.  (You’ll notice I say ‘Daddy’ a lot in this article, but that is what I called him, “Daddy.”)   His heart condition first showed up when I was a baby. He was a small farmer/rancher in northeastern New […]

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The diabetes train is at epidemic levels.  Why?  Could it be that lifestyle and diet habits are contributing factors?  If you're at the train station to diabetes, take another route.  If you're already on the diabetes train, let's think about how to safely get off it.  I recently wrote an article about glycemic response and how […]

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