Less Chips, More Salsa

July 1, 2011

Tweet Chips aren’t just for potatoes – and they go well with far more than just fish. The same is true for salsa.


Health, Happiness, and Whole Lot of Other Things Are Interrelated.

January 18, 2010

Our environment has a huge impact on our health, emotions, and ability to think clearly and function effectively. Our environment is both internal and external. Of the two, the internal is more important and impactful. Our own (internal conscious and subconscious) thoughts, emotions, beliefs, “programming”, and (habitual) patterns of perception have greater and more frequent access to and influence on our cells and our lives than diet, exercise, or (external) environmental factors (including “toxins” and “toxic” people).


Do You Want Fries With That?

October 9, 2009

EATING is almost always popular – and pleasurable. DIETING usually is not. Perhaps it would be better to not DIET at all and just EAT better.


Sweet seduction?

September 24, 2009

Corn, soy, wheat, and many other foods the American diet is now based on are among the reasons so many Americans are fat, sick, getting shorter, unable to think clearly, and lacking “energy”. Who benefits from this? Not average Americans – or even “health care” providers. Agribusiness, insurance, pharmaceutical companies, and BANKS are the main beneficiaries – by DESIGN.


10 Fruit Drink Recipes

March 1, 2009

10 extremely tasty, simple and easy to make drinks with common fruits


41 Foods that can Heal

February 28, 2009

Tweet Food is “medicine”. And what we “eat” acts on us like “drugs” do. Below are some common healthy foods and their reputed “medicinal” benefits:


12 Most Contaminated Fruits and Vegetables

February 27, 2009

Tweet The following fruits and vegetables are most likely to be contaminated: 1. PEACHES: Over 94% tested positive for traces of 45 different pesticides 2. CELERY: 94% tested positive for 29 different pesticides 3. APPLES: 92% tested positive for 36 pesticides


12 Least Contaminated Fruits and Vegetables

February 26, 2009

Tweet The following fruits and vegetables are least likely to be contaminated: 1. ASPARAGUS 2. AVOCADOS 3. BANANAS