Archive | June, 2012

A Few Minutes of Stillness Can Dramatically Improve Your Day

It’s a beautiful sunny day in Southern California. On days like this I like to sit outside and do my writing or other computer projects. For the past ten minutes, however, I’ve been sitting at my computer attempting to write a couple articles that are due this week, buy nothing comes to mind. All I […]

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Nutrition Tip: At The Restaurant

While it can be very tempting, ask that the bread basket be removed from the table. You don’t want to know how many calories are in one slice slathered with butter. Also, carry a bottle of water around with you all day. If this isn’t a habit you have acquired, fill a bottle about an […]

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Nutrition Tip of the Week: Watch Those Liquid Calories That Add Up

One great alternative to soda is a fresh brewed glass of Green tea. Brew green tea with cloves and a cinnamon stick and sweeten it lightly with stevia and a fresh wedge of lemon or lime juice. It’s a great health drink with NO calories and high in antioxidants. So drink to your health and […]

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Summer Emergency!

Summer is almost here! And this year, I’m gonna skip the beach! NOT! Hey, have you been working on your summer body? I have. But in case you’ve forgotten that in less than a month you’ll be ripping your shirts off (gentlemen) and wishing you looked better in your bathing suits (ladies), don’t despair. I’ll […]

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How to Snap Out of a Bad Mood, part 2/2

In part one, I wrote that awareness and emotional honesty are key components in your ability to snap out of a bad mood quickly. I also shared with you that emotions are energy. And there is no good or bad energy. However, energy does have a positive and a negative charge, consequently, positive and negative […]

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How to Snap Out of a Bad Mood, Part 1/2

Let’s face it; we all get stressed for one reason or another. But if you wake up in a bad mood or find yourself in a bad mood as a result of having a stressful day, you can easily snap out of it if you choose. The key word here is “choose.” It’s all about […]

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The ‘Exercise Paradox’: It’s the “Free Radicals” man! Part 2/2

In part one of this article I gave you a simplified explanation of what free radicals are. As a reminder, they can best be compared to the little hot sparks that fly out of a wood burning fireplace. If these hot sparks land on your carpet, they will burn the carpet. Likewise, free radicals roam […]

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