Articles tagged with "Lifestyle"


  • How to Use a Night Journal to Put Your Thoughts to Bed

    I kicked off the year with a new routine: to fill out a night journal when I get into bed each evening. I have found this to be really beneficial. So I wanted to share this tip with you and [Read More]
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  • Alzheimer’s and Exercise – You Can Protect Your Brain

    David Perlmutter M.D. – Empowering Neurologist: The food, the facts, the science to control your genetic destiny. The number of Americans diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease has continued to grow at a dramatic rate. Currently, it is estimated that some 5.8 million Americans (of all ages) have Alzheimer’s disease. By and large, this is a disease of elderly individuals, with approximately 5.6 million of those diagnosed age 65 or older. To put that number into context, consider that this means 1 in 10 people age 65 or older suffers from Alzheimer’s disease. Further, it is instructive to note that there are some 200,000 individuals here in America under age 65 years who have also been given the diagnosis. Despite heroic research efforts, Alzheimer’s remains a disease for which there is no cure or meaningful treatment whatsoever. That said, it is critical that we ask ourselves if there is any evidence that Read More

  • Lifebook Online Review: Your Life, Your Vision, My Thoughts

    We all get to a point in our lives where we ask the question: Am I living the life that I want to live, or the life that I think is expected of me? Is this the pathway that I [Read More]
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  • Implications of the “Alzheimer’s Gene” in Children

    David Perlmutter M.D. – Empowering Neurologist: The food, the facts, the science to control your genetic destiny. The development of highly accurate and widely available genome sequencing technology has put us at a crossroads. Now, more than ever, the divergent views of nature versus nurture confront consumers wishing to be advocates for their own health. As we learn about our genetics it seems quite clear that the deterministic message about our health destiny is ringing loud and clear. More and more, the idea that we are at the mercy of our inheritance seems supported by the advancing understanding and interpretation of our individual genetic profiles. An important message we have been espousing over the past decade centers on the importance of lifestyle choices, specifically directed to offset disease risk that may well be enhanced by genetics. This ideology centers on the notion of genetic predisposition in contrast to genetic determinism. Read More

  • Why I Hate Running But 10 Reasons I Will Never Stop

    I don’t like running long distances. I started out running cross-country in school at around 11 years old and, after a year or so, I’d had enough. I went on to run the 1500 meters on track, but I only [Read More] …

  • The Best Smoothie Bowl Toppings

    I go nuts for contrasting texture combinations – creamy and crunchy, battery and chewy, frothy with crunchy on top. My ideal breakfast bowl (usually with a creamy base like yogurt, oatmeal or a smoothie) has to have a good crunchy ingredient on top. I think this is because contrasting textures reminds me of loaded ice…

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  • Buffalos + Instant Pot Chuck Roast

    ^^Is that not the cutest outfit?! On the menu from Plenty – Buffalo Chicken Tacos with a cucumber yogurt dressing. I think I ate both of mine in about 5 minutes flat Instant Pot Chuck Roast We got a chuck roast from Butcher Box last month and put it to the test in the Instant…

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  • Marching Onward

    It’s Friday. It’s MARCH. Which means we are marching toward spring and summer and beach trips and playing outside and long warm days. I never want to wish away life, but February…..is just the worst. I’m glad it’s over! We have one month until our spring break trip to the Florida Keys. Hoping for some…

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  • A Naptime Circuit Workout

    ^^Great Harvest Apple Dapple bread with almond butter = my ultimate pre-workout breakfast I have figured out that, like coffee, I really need a workout in the morning to get my endorphins flowing for the day. Recently I had an 8:30 pm soccer game and sat around all day in anticipation. (The weather was awful…

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