What are some basic habits/routines/disciplines you do to stay healthy? Recently a friend of mine surprised me with this question and I was eager to share as helping others heal and stay healthy is my passion. Whilst typing the (looong) reply, I figured I might as well turn it into a blogpost to benefit as … Continue reading 6 Basic Health Practices Anyone Can Do To Stay Healthy!
Last week's module was on the changing view of Bodyweight, dieting and disordered eating. We delved deep into the Hippocratic methods for weight loss, the origins of BMI (Quetelet Index), President Taft's diet, the history of seemingly 'miraculous' Fasting Girls who went for months and years on end without food or water and finally about … Continue reading What diet are humans designed for?
From today's weekly grocery shopping @ Sprouts! Organic Valley Eggnog $4.39 Organic virgin unrefined coconut oil $14 Littlehouse Chunky Blue Cheese dressing & dip $4 Himalayan coarse pink salt $4.79 Organic valley pasture-raised unsalted cultured butter (1lb) $6.29 Organic valley pasture-raised cream cheese $3.79 Amy’s Gluten free rice mac & cheese $3 6 bunches Green … Continue reading Weekly Grocery Run: Sprouts
Woke up thinking of pancakes but since I only eat carbs at dinnertime, I scoured the net for a flourless low-carb pancake recipe to no avail. However, I did learn quite a bit about pancakes in general. Pancake Ingredients: 3 cage free eggs 6 tbsp organic grass-fed yogurt 1 tsp baking soda 2 tsp organic … Continue reading Pancake Experiment: Low-carb Gluten-free Flourless Strawberry Avocado Yogurt Pancakes
14 cage-free organic eggs 1 cup Heavy Cream 2lb organic uncured beef sausages (nitrate-free) 3 cups shredded cheddar cheese Chopped leak & spinach Preheat oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit. Sauté leak and sausages in grass-fed butter. Beat eggs, add cream, cheese and rest of ingredients in large bowl. Grease a large baking dish, pour in … Continue reading Low-Carb Quiche Recipe
I haven't had much time to blog recently due to my inability to manage time as efficiently as I would like to. So I am jumping on the opportunity to shoot two birds with one bullet by utilizing my homework assignment as another informative blog post. This one is for the first week of this online course I … Continue reading Lesson from History: Ancient cultures, philosophers and medical practices
"If we could give every individual the right amount of nourishment and exercise, not too little and not too much, we would have found the safest way to health." - Hippocrates I wrote this as part of one of my homework assignments for a module I'm taking at ASU called Obesity Perspectives and Prescription. "With regards … Continue reading Biohacking Weight-loss: 5 steps to long term results