TC kept quoting this line from The Venture Bros. when I said I would make muffins on Saturday and ended up making them on Sunday.
What you put in your body is important, no doubt. From avoiding foods treated with pesticides to minimizing added sugars, and instead cooking whole grains and leafy greens, we can choose to fuel our bodies with foods that will prolong our lives.
Generalities aside, the motivation behind this post is two-fold: one, cosmetics for cosmetic purposes, and two, cosmetics for compassionate purposes.
When I became vegan in 2010, I wore makeup: eyeliner, eyeshadow, nail polish, sunscreen, and lipstick.
Going gluten-free is not a magic bullet to health, contrary to this article from Paleo Magazine.
If you have, in fact, experienced real intestinal damage at the hands of bread, pizza, cake, and beer, then your health is going to take a nosedive even after becoming gluten-free. Why? The body doesn’t heal overnight.
Mmm, cake… Eww, beer…
By “bad” webinars, I mean, “poor quality,” for the following reasons. These reasons are presented in a list format, like many webinars giving health and wellness tips; some representative titles: “Top 5 Must-Do’s for Small Business Wellness,” “Top 5 Cost Neutral Wellness Program Strategies,” and “14 Wellness Predictions for 2014.”
I’ve listened to a lot of webinars since entering the world of health and wellness in December 2012, listening to those first live calls with the Institute for Integrative Nutrition.
Grab some stove-popped popcorn and read on.
I was right about a rant brewing, but my prescient vision was off by a week. Yes, I finally finished reading Frank Herbert’s Dune.