Monthly Archives: May 2008

Why You Should Eat Breakfast

by in American Sickcare System, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Diet Tips, Kitchen Sink, Reader Questions, Work Health May 29, 2008

In my opinion, after interviewing thousands of people about their eating habits and disease states, the #1 most unhealthy mistake most unhealthy people all commonly seem to make is simply not eating breakfast. Now, I am not sure if this just goes along with the fact that most unhealthy people don’t put a lot of […]

Rosemary for Remembrance

by in Antioxidants, Attention Deficit Disorder, Caffeine, Colds/Flus, Digestion, Headaches, Heart Disease, Heartburn, Herbal Medicine, Kitchen Sink, Memory, Menopause May 28, 2008

Rosemary is a great herb for memory. Rosemary is often added to recipes dedicated to those that did not survive breast cancer for “remembrance”. William Shakespeare even wrote in the play Hamlet, “There is rosemary, and that is for remembrance”. Not too long ago we had some random spring snow here in Seattle, and whenever […]

Rosemary Salmon Recipe

by in Antioxidants, Diet Tips, Heart Disease, Inflammation, Memory, Menopause, Multiple Sclerosis, Omega-3 Oils, Pain Management, Recipes May 28, 2008

If I can make this recipe, then ANYONE can make this recipe. Combining the simple whole foods ingredients of salmon with rosemary is not only great for the cardiovascular system, but memory and concentration as well. The omega-3 oils combine nicely with the anti-oxidant and circulatory properties of the rosemary to give your brain a […]

Are you suffering from a TERMINAL case of “The I Can’ts”?

by in American Sickcare System, Discipline, Kitchen Sink, Motivation, Weight Loss May 23, 2008

I would like to make the official announcement that starting tomorrow I am going to fine anyone that says “I can’t” twenty dollars. As much as this might be an elaborate scheme to support the “Dr. Nicole Early Retirement Plan” I will absolutely need to retire early if I am forced to continuously battle all […]