Women, in particular, are hearing more and more these days about bone health: how to encourage it, how to maintain it, and how to regain it if, in the aging process, after age 30 or so, there has been significant bone loss. I fall into that category. I used to be 5’6 ½” and now… Read more
Salt. Such a common, ordinary, mainstay in almost every kitchen. Flavors foods, blends foods, helps to preserve foods. Lots of uses – many positives- and some significant drawbacks when over-used and sometimes under-used. These were my first thoughts recently when one of my clients told me her story of trouble with not too much salt,… Read more
Vitamin D has important actions in almost every cell in the human body. Low levels are associated with osteoporosis, several cancers, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, depression, and autoimmune diseases.
Bob and Jane – Biking vacation My husband and I and twelve of our friends recently spent a week in Door County, Wisconsin. It was primarily a biking trip, and we did lots of that, and there was also time for people to break off into smaller groups for things like wine tours, golf games, fishing,… Read more