Monthly Archives: November 2008

The Healing Power of Thanksgiving

by in Diet Tips, Fruits and Veggies, Healthy Recipes, Kitchen Sink, Preventative Medicine, Recipes, Superfoods, Weight Loss, Whole Foods Diet, Whole Foods Makeover November 26, 2008

Contrary to popular belief Thanksgiving Dinner is actually quite healthy. When we remove all the notorious “white foods,” such as white refined flours, sugars, and other carbohydrates devoid of nutrients we are actually left with a very colorful whole food fare. Of course you should never try a new recipe while entertaining, but I have […]

10 Self Coaching Fundamentals

by in Discipline, Guest Posts, Kitchen Sink, Life Coaching, Lifestyle Tips, Motivation, Zen Thinking November 24, 2008

By Tim Brownson Author of Don’t Ask Stupid Questions – There Are No Stupid Questions I was talking to somebody the other day about fluff. I’m not referring to the stuff that finds its way into your belly button, but book fluff or filler. I could easily distill several of the seminal self-development books into […]

Why We Should Like Bugs and Worms

by in Diet Tips, Environmental Medicine, Fruits and Veggies, Gardening, Guest Posts, Kitchen Sink, Organic, Whole Foods Diet November 21, 2008

Do you like bugs and worms? Well if you do, you can feel vindicated by today’s topic, and if you don’t you may change your mind after reading today’s guest post. This is also a great teaching topic to share with your children. Won’t you sound so smart next time you are outside with your […]

Chocolate Chips Better than Viagra?

by in Anti-Aging, Antioxidants, Blood Pressure, Cholesterol, Diabetes, Diet Tips, Erectile Dysfunction, Fruits and Veggies, High Blood Pressure, Men's Health, Preventative Medicine, Whole Foods Diet November 19, 2008

Are chocolate chips better than Viagra? According to Journal of Nutrition’s latest September and October issues, chocolate has some pretty exciting therapeutic potential. If you want to avoid being on “the little blue pill” you should consider taking a daily dose of the little brown pill. That’s right—50-200 chocolate chips a day may prevent the […]

How to Filter the Water for Your Entire Home

by in Anti-Aging, Asthma, Detox, Environmental Medicine, Kitchen Sink, Lifestyle Tips, Skin Care, Water November 17, 2008

“The Importance of Home Water Filters” By Dr. Nicole Sundene Have you ever wished you could filter more than just the water you drink? I mean there are shower water filters out there too but that still doesn’t decrease the amount of pollutants and chlorine your children, pets, and clothing are exposed to. Chlorine free […]

The Healing Power of Cauliflower

by in Cancer, Diet Tips, Estrogen, Kitchen Sink, Recipes, Whole Foods Diet November 14, 2008

Cauliflower is an especially healing autumn food because it is low in calories, high in fiber, and rich in a very special cancer fighting compound called indole-3-carbinol. This magical component of cauliflower prevents cancer by detoxing the system of the harmful forms of estrogen that result in reproductive cancers and complaints in women. Researchers are […]

Are You a Sugar Zombie?

by in Diabetes, Diet Tips, Dr. Scott Olson, Drug Abuse, Hypoglycemia, Kitchen Sink, Preventative Medicine, Sugar November 12, 2008

By Dr. Scott Olson Author of Sugarettes. If you were a normal zombie, you would rise up out of your grave and stumble off in search of your craving: flesh. Sugar zombies, however, typically rise from their couch and go off in search of their craving: sugar. Sugar zombies yearning for sugar can sometimes only […]

How are you Voting for your Health?

by in American Sickcare System, Discipline, Environmental Medicine, Kitchen Sink, Life Coaching, Lifestyle Tips, Motivation, Preventative Medicine November 11, 2008

Call me old fashioned but I refuse to vote by absentee ballot. I just love Election Day, and to me there is something really special about driving to the same elementary school year after year and filling out my ballot alongside everyone else in my community. There is that certain spirit in the air. That […]