Finding time for the good stuff

By | December 30th, 2016|Love, Meaning, Movement, Play, Stress reduction|

Laura Vanderkam has some great advice in this TEDtalk. It’s all about how we use our free time. There are lots of great snippets in here – give it a watch.  […]

The Blue Zones Solution | Book review

By | November 1st, 2016|Book review, Community, Food, Lifestyle Medicine, Love, Meaning, Movement, Play, Research, Sleep, Stress reduction|

The Blue Zones Solution by Dan Buettner from National Geographic was one of my favorite health books from last year. It’s inspiring subtitle is “Eating and living like the world’s healthiest people”  Dan’s research reveals how the world’s longest-lived people actually live their lives. It’s all about adding life to years, not just years to life.  […]

Improving lymph circulation to support immunity

By | July 12th, 2016|Immune system, Lifestyle Medicine, Movement, Play|

We all know about our blood circulatory system and how the heart pumps blood around the body, but fewer of us know much about the other part of our circulatory system – the lymph, or lymphatic system. Good lymph circulation is crucial to our immunity and thus integral to our health. And it has a significant role in prevention and recovery from cancer. Let’s look further at this important transport system and how we can improve its function to improve our health. […]

Taking tiny steps, making them count

By | May 13th, 2016|Empowerment, Movement, Stress reduction|

Kathie: It’s been a few weeks since I wrote about my struggles with the “E” word and my renewed commitment to increase my activity levels. I decided to start with small, achievable goals. Every time I go to the store, [...]

The “E” word

By | April 19th, 2016|Movement, Play, Stress reduction|

E X E R C I S E! Maybe it’s just me, but it seems that every health-related document I read talks about how exercise can improve your health, increase your longevity, reduce your stress levels, and minimize side effects [...]

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