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Quinoa has, within the past few years, crept more and more into the popular consciousness. Like (but to a somewhat lesser extent than) kale, it has become a trendy hallmark of “clean” eating, and although it may not confer miraculous health benefits, it is indeed a wholesome choice of carbohydrate and if nothing else can add variety to your life if you find yourself falling back on rice, pasta, and bread day after day. 673 more words


The Easy Common Sense Way to be Fit and Healthy

Apr 25 Fri I-NETRADIO.COM Stephanie Hanson from Innergy Fitness Tells You How to Simply and Easily Get in Shape, Stay in Shape, and Have a Healthy Body 1, 4, 7, 10 PM EDT NY 12 Noon Dallas 10 AM Los Angeles 6 PM London 9 PM Moscow – Improve Your Quality of Life the Easy Way


Growing up in Africa, we used to call corn “maize” or “mealie”.  Technically, corn grows in “ears”. Each ear is covered in rows of kernels and protected by silk-like threads called “corn silk”. 108 more words


Are you growing or decaying?

My friend gave me this book written by a doctor and his 71 year old patient. It’s called Younger Next Year For Women. I guess there’s a man’s version too which I plan to buy for my husband because I certainly don’t want to become Younger Next Year if Dave isn’t going to keep up with me. 546 more words

Aging Well

Post gym smoothie

So I arrived home from the gym and realized I hasn’t thawed any chicken out for lunch. Being a bit lazy as we sometimes are I decided to just work with what I had. 130 more words


Chia Seeds

Did you know?

Chia Seeds not only are they gluten/grain free naturally, but one tablespoon of Chia Seeds has more calcium than a glass of milk, more Omega-3s than Salmon, and more antioxidants than blueberries. 41 more words


Pineapple, Goji & Lucuma Bliss Balls

Honestly there are not many good things about your husband being away. Besides knowing they are doing what they want to do and achieving goals, it can be pretty miserable at times. 457 more words