Monthly Archives: January 2009

Being Healed By Our Compulsions

by in Counseling, Fear, Kitchen Sink, Life Coaching, Lifestyle Tips, Mary O'malley, Zen Thinking January 31, 2009

By Mary O’Malley Author of The Gift of Our Compulsions: A Revolutionary Approach to Self-Acceptance and Healing and Belonging to Life: The Journey of Awakening What would it be like if your compulsive behaviors were no longer problems that you need to get rid of?  What would it be like if they became doorways into […]

Corn Syrup, Is it Really Just Like Sugar?

by in Diabetes, Diet Tips, Dr. Scott Olson, Guest Posts, High Blood Pressure, Kitchen Sink, Sugar, Weight Gain January 30, 2009

The Corn Industry is spending massive amounts of advertising dollars trying to convince us that high-fructose-corn syrup is just as “good for you” as sugar. But does it really matter? Let’s talk to Dr. Scott Olsen about the differences between sugar and high-fructose-corn-syrup. In your medical opinion…what is worse:  Sugar or high fructose corn syrup? […]

Best Vitamin D

by in Best, Kitchen Sink, Vitamins January 22, 2009

“Hi Dr. Nicole, What vitamin D should I be taking for my seasonal depression, and how much?” The best vitamin D is in a liquid or emulsion form called “calcitriol” or vitamin D3 (not vitamin D2.)  For those of us north of California we need about 1000 IU’s daily, or twenty minutes of sunlight on […]