I got sick of oatmeal. And I got sick of the incessant hunger which seemed to strike despite my incessant consumption of cereal. Even the allegedly “healthy”, protein and fiber packed, “natural” cereals. Which by the way undergo an extremely unnerving processing process (details of which I will haunt you with at a later point … Continue reading
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post-thanksgiving weekend blues
As I reflect upon the disgusting gluttonous-ness known to most Americans as Thanksgiving, a day of recognition and awareness of our country’s historical roots and a day of abandonment, neglect and disregard for our body’s health, I can still feel echoes of the stomach pains and general lack of energy and nutrition which I unfortunately … Continue reading
an image of health in America
Enough said… Well, maybe not, so to be blunt – government gives lots of money for meat and dairy and processed starches. These foods become cheap to buy, and we are told they are good for us. So we eat them. Fruits and veggies are not given lots of money, and thus, they remain expensive. … Continue reading
be your own health insurance
clearly, he’s been doing something right… Photo courtesy of yogasolnsb.com I have a brilliant idea. In fact, maybe I shouldn’t even divulge it to you for fear that someone else will claim its conception. Well, I suppose since I am in the business of helping others achieve health and wellness, it would be fitting to … Continue reading
my food commandments
i know, you’ve all heard it before. diets are bad. so you’re probably about to stop reading this post. but, i haven’t addressed the issue of diets before, except for the importance of NOT cutting out carbs. so it is time, ladies and gentleman, to let you in on my feelings regarding diets and … Continue reading
you really, really, really are what you eat. its not just an old wive’s tale.
Photo courtesy of http://www.rawfooddietmenu.com It is inconceivable, and actually somewhat comical, though still disheartening, that individuals today, with all their intelligence and technology, have still failed to comprehend one of the most simple facts out there. And yes, I am proclaiming this to be a fact. A fact based on scientific research. This fact is … Continue reading
twinkies and broccoli, trust and belief.
photo courtesy of holistictriathlete.worspress.com What would convince someone to abandon their comfortable life of couch-sitting, processed foods, and stress? Whilst individuals today may be aware of the fact that they are engaging in a lifestyle which is dangerously detrimental to their health on a multitude of levels, this awareness does not translate to action. So … Continue reading
carrots, caffeine & sunscreen. or in other words, balance & moderation.
I’m currently indulging in the gentle warmth, yet deceivingly abrasive UV-rays of the San Diegan sun, an activity I like to incorporate into my daily life. However, today, I feel okay about this indulgence for several reasons, of which none might actually be sufficient. One, I just ate a s*** ton of carrots. And I … Continue reading
This would be funny if it wasn’t reality. Frustrations of a fat world Alright, alright, so I’m not frustrated with the overwhelmingly large number which appears on many individuals’ scales today, but rather, I am frustrated with the lack of respect and concern for ones health. I am not frustrated with the fact that many … Continue reading
a summer salad
(I apologize in advance for the photo which does not represent the salad itself, but merely one if it’s vital ingredients. I must sheepishly admit that I hastily ate the salad before I was able to remember to take an artsy-fartsy foodie blog photo.) I’m not sure if I am mocking myself in the title … Continue reading