Tag Archives: diet

Can you exercise your way to a lower weight?

Hey friends!  Back in April I had just returned from “doctor college” in San Diego and I intend to share bits of what I learned there.  Previous posts in this vein have been: Should you trust the latest “medical advance”? … Continue reading

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Getting to – and maintaining – a healthy weight

It is practically an expectation in health and wellness forums to talk about weight loss after the first of the year.  New Year’s resolutions being all the rage in January.  Perhaps you plan to lose a few pounds this year? … Continue reading

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The finer things: Beethoven’s 5th, Dutch bicycles, and naked saunas

Beethoven, bicycles in Holland, and naked saunas.  Now if anything screams “get your in-depth medical information here” . . . well let’s just say you’ve come to the wrong place. But among other things, my life the past two weeks … Continue reading

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I eat too much butter: motivating for healthier living

For breakfast a few days ago I ate French toast and bacon.  I melted some butter and soaked the French toast in it then covered it all in maple syrup.  Then I drank about 4 cups of coffee.  Later that … Continue reading

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Procreative success and Blue Zones: Dr. Meghan Walsh visits the studio

Procreative success and Blue Zones?  The whole thing sounds like it may not be suitable for discussion in mixed company.  But rest assured, it’s all good, nothing indelicate going on here.  This is a post about living long and living … Continue reading

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