Category Archives: Health
Anyone that knows me, knows I am not a coffee fan. While I have always liked the smell, I always prefer a cup of tea. While I was in New Orleans though, I was told to try the local way … Continue reading
I have had Irritable Bowl Syndrome off and on for some time now. I have of course learned a number of foods to avoid to decrease my chance of having issues. It really is a person to person thing, but … Continue reading
The Double Food Pyramid puts importance of the environment next to health.
So, in case you have not heard of Soylent, the powdered meal replacement, not the one one from the book or movie, I wanted to post a brief review of it. I also wanted to share my own notes on … Continue reading
This is a great food Pyramid Dean sent my way. I recommend you check it out. It is not to far from the “Andy Diet” I try to adhere too. Dr Weil’s Anti-Inflammatory Diet Food Pyramid.
CSQ is a new independent magazine that just got started. I found out about it on kickstarter.com. This issue is small, but it is packed with some great articles that I look forward to reading. Things like: sugar powered rockets, … Continue reading
My dad just gave me a TON of great veggies form his garden today. That included lots of zucchini. Which would happen to be my favorite squash. One of my fondest summer memories growing up, would be waking up to … Continue reading
Everyone seems to be jumping on the hate BP band wagon. Maybe thats not a bad thing. Well no maybe about it, it is a good thing. What is most concerning about the situation is BP is not the only … Continue reading
Occasionally, I will search for something, find a bunch of information and want to distill it down to a “best of” or summery if you will. Well that’s what this is. If you have any interest in yoga, strengthening your … Continue reading
For the past 6 months I have been trying my own version of vegetarianism. It is similar to a weekend vegetarian. I thought I would share my diet with others incase you want to try or what to give me … Continue reading
Grass mowing is one the most widely ignored environmental strains in the USA. It’s one we can not even avoid if we want to. Most places have laws against tall grass, and a huge amount of social pressure to have … Continue reading
Imagine your doctor just told you have a medical condition. One you may never have heard of. You get home google it, read all about it, and learn the dizzying array of treatments, medications, home remedies and lifestyle changes that … Continue reading