Beans are one of the most powerful, nutrient-dense plant proteins around. There are so many choices: creamy cannellinis, meaty garbanzos, sweet adzuki, tender pintos, and so many more to choose from. Consider this: Beans are packed with tons of fiber, as well as plenty of iron and protein. They are rich in antioxidants and phytonutrients. They are low in calories. Plus, studies have found them to lower risk of cancer, cardiovascular disease, and diabetes. What To Do With...Read More »
Do you struggle with accountability? Just about everyone does at times. Sometimes it may because you’re just too busy or you’re juggling too many things at once. Other times you may realize you don’t have everything you need to complete a project. But other times, you find that time is just not your friend. As you know, if you can’t trust yourself to accomplish various tasks daily, others around you won’t feel that they can trust you to accomplish them either. Think about...Read More »
Many of my friends tell me that they are still confused when shopping for quality vegetables and fruits. Like me, they have had many experiences with buying something that looks great on the outside, only to find a few days later, when they cut into it, that it’s rotten on the inside. Have you experienced this too? And we have also found that the organic produce can fall victim to this conundrum, though less often than for conventional produce. To obtain the most...Read More »
The great thing about grilling or roasting vegetables–besides the awesome smell–is how they taste afterwards. Add in some Italian Seasoning and salt and pepper and you have a great colorful side dish for any meal.Read More »
In simple terms, positive psychology focuses on what’s working rather than on what’s not working; it asks what’s right rather than what’s wrong; the emphasis is on utilizing strengths instead of fixing weaknesses (although please note; positive psychology doesn’t ignore faults, weaknesses and limitations. It accepts that we all have these but that as much as possible, our efforts and energies should be mostly, on using what we’re already good at). We can sum up the core...Read More »
“Gold of the Incas” What is it? Lucama has always been known as the “Gold of the Incas” in ancient Peru. This orange and yellow pulpy fruit contains many great nutrients like beta-carotene, magnesium, iron, zinc, vitamin B-3, protein, niacin, potassium and calcium. This fruit is cherished so much in Peru that more than 26 villages have been named after the sweet Lucama fruit. Where can I find it? The Lucama fruit can be found in powder form at your local health food store...Read More »
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Velly Chowder, South Africa
Mostly I’m thankful to Cathy Dick, for helping me a lot with previous decision making and daily planning. She has helped me put into practice a mind-set to be something that I wish to accomplish by the end of each day to the end of the year– focus on that, and make sure I do things in terms of preparing myself mentally and physically before I start. She has a lot of great resources that she shares freely too. You can trust her to do what she says she’ll do.