The Beverly Wilshire
Here’s an article I found on the Women’s Health website about simple lifestyle changes that you can tweak to drastically decrease your cancer risk. They’re all easy and won’t drastically change your lifestyle, but the long term benefits are so worth it. I gave up processed food about 6 months ago after hearing about the effects of all the scary additives. I’ve never felt (or looked) better. As they say,”The proof is in the puddin’.”
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I stumbled upon this post on Glamour.com and in light of this weeks incidents in Boston, it seems appropriate to share. The concept was simple: photograph what love looks like to you. I love how each photographer took it in such a different direction. My favorite is the one I’ve placed above. This, to me, is the reality of love…more so than the others.
Take a look.
What do you think?
P.S. As a Massachusetts native, I am horrified by the events of this week, but I am even more proud and inspired by the love my state shows in times of need. United we stand.
It’s no secret that average food portions in America have increased exponentially over the years, but this to-the-point video does an exceptionally good job of illustrating just what 2000 calories looks like. My biggest takeaway is that while I can absolutely see myself tearing through 3 cinnabuns, I can hardly imagine eating 60 carrots. The message: eating 2000 calories of healthy food is much harder than eating 2000 calories
of junk food, therefore making it near impossible to overeat if you’re only eating whole, natural, healthy foods.
Here’s the video: Wow, how many chicken nuggets?!?
Now, what are your thoughts?
I’ve long since said that when women take on the attitude and approach men have with food, they’ll start to lean up and look better immediately. Men have much less of an emotional connection to food and eating. This isn’t the only thing that makes their approach to food work better…but don’t take it from me. Here’s
a link to a fantastic article describing their habits and why you should adopt them. I’ve taken on quite a few over the years and I’ve never been leaner, meaner, or had a healthier attitude toward food!
Click here for the article!
What do you think?