Two Big Reasons to Consider a Detox or Cleanse.

What a trying time we have had, starting with the Covid-19 ongoing scare and destruction that began eighteen months ago, through way too many illnesses and deaths because of it, the unrest over businesses and schools opening and closing, and the dozens of other situations that have suffered because of it! Is it any wonder… Read more

Another Look At Protein

As long as I have been a plant-based eater, (vegetarian since 1994), then raw vegan, (since 2006), and now mostly raw vegan, and as for long as I have been a Health Coach, (almost 10 years), questions about protein have circled through my life. Lately, since  I have been more seriously engaged in strength and… Read more

Resistance Training – Key to Healthy, Vibrant Aging

You who have known me through this newsletter/blog for awhile know me as a raw food enthusiast and a health coach. Both have been a big part of my life for the last 15 years, ever since I first discovered all the benefits of a high raw food diet. (See more about that right here.) … Read more

Enzymes Part I – Catalysts and Initiators of Life Itself

Recently a long-term Health Coaching friend of mine asked a question about enzymes on my Better Health at Any Age Facebook page. I realized then that, as much as I have read and understood about the important of food enzymes and the place they play in our overall health, I have never written about them…. Read more

Thinking about Vegetarianism?  Consider Meatless Mondays!

I talk to a lot of people these days who say they are eating less meat and feel better for making the making the effort as they enjoy the adventure of switching things up. It is true that a vegetarian diet has several benefits when it is properly balanced and nutrient-dense.  However, just because a… Read more

Have You Tried Foam Rolling?

Spring is fast approaching!  This means that people who live a more-or- less sedentary life will be venturing out for some fresh air and exercise, and experienced and normally physically active ones will be upping their physical movement gain. That’s a good thing. No matter the category, the muscle soreness than comes after a too… Read more

Bring Your Best Self to the Holidays

It’s called “the most wonderful time of the year.” Even in the best of times the holidays are a time of mixed emotions and extra stress for most of us. There may be happy celebrations, special traditions, and wonderful memories.  There may also be unpleasant family members, grief for those who have died, and an… Read more

8 Good Reasons to be a Plant-Based Eater

A diet high in vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds, and whole grains has several benefits when it is nutrient dense, which means that processing is kept to a minimum. Conversely, a diet that is “meat-free” doesn’t necessarily mean that it’s healthy. Benefits can be negated when the diet isn’t paired with an otherwise healthy lifestyle which… Read more

More on Core – Your Best Support System

In my last newsletter/blog, I listed some simple core exercises and some of the benefits to be gained by doing them on a regular basis. If you missed that, or need reminding, see them all again right here. The core muscles are so important to the overall good function of our bodies, that I think… Read more

Moving the Center: Core Training -5 Benefits, 5 Exercises

It’s an analogy of sorts. Just as in the colder months we move closer to the “hearth,” the center of our homes, gathered around the fireplace or in the kitchen where it’s warm, the time is also good to invest some exercise energy into the center of our bodies – the core. The core actually… Read more