Spring Into The Best Health of Your Life

I took a walk in the mountains today.It dawned on me, while navigating a squirrelly little section of the trail, that Spring is the best time give yourself a completely new opportunity around health.Register right here and use the Promo Code: SPRING2017 for a 25% discount on the lifetime membership for 30 Days Sugar Free.It’s […]

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What are You Ready to Complete?

I did a half back flip on a trampoline the day after Christmas. For those of you who are congratulating me, let me be more clear.My son assured me that he could spot me while I attempted my first ever back flip, and I believed him.60 pounds lighter than me. 5 inches shorter than me. 40 […]

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Two Simple Tips for Optimum Winter & Spring Health

It’s cold and wet in most of the northern hemisphere. For a lot of people, sadly, that brings the added unpleasantness of a cold or flu.Today I want to quickly share two practices that will keep you healthy while those around us sniff, cough, and wheeze the days away.In fact, at the risk of jinxing […]

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Juggling BBQ Tools Saves Me Time

[If you’re a vegetarian, this post isn’t for you. I’ll do something special for you next week!]There is a delicate balance we must reconcile if we are going to eat healthy, keep our jobs, spend time with our friends/family, and not go broke.I recently discovered ButcherBox and have fallen in love with it. I also […]

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On Thanksgiving – Take Responsibility for Everything

Of course this is in addition to being grateful – certainly not a substitute!The idea is, while you’re away from work, enjoying some down time, taking inventory on all that you are grateful for in your life, take a few moments  and see what you are willing to take responsibility for, too.It’s a powerful exercise […]

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Type 2 Diabetes – a Disease of Choice?

Today I interviewed Beatrice Hair about the relationship between sugar and Type 2 Diabetes.Beatrice is an author, speaker, and health coach with degrees in education, health and sports science, and curriculum creation.That’s a lot of words to say that she is smart and knows her stuff around Type 2 Diabetes and turning it around.Type 2 […]

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Random Benefits of Sugar Free

Every once in a while I scroll through our Secret Facebook Group and grab a few of the posts from people who are in various stages of their journey. It’s a hoot to see the benefits of sugar free living that they never even imagined.In this recent post I wrote about how sugar free has […]

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Sugar Free Kept Me Calm

Our school district has a Fall Break each year and we typically pack up the car and go play for a week.Lake Tahoe. San Diego. Mexico. Camping in the Sierra mountains. It’s a great chance to get away while the rest of the world is still living ‘real life’.This time we went to San Francisco and […]

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Sugary Drinks… Would a Tax Steer You Away?

The World Health Organization (WHO) suggested that a tax on sugary drinks could help curb global obesity.My question is this: Would a 20% increase in the cost of a sugary drink impact your decision about buying it?Our global addiction to sugar, which we support every time we whip out our wallet for another sweet treat, contributes to a […]

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Skip Dessert? It’s a Powerful Micro Decision

“How can you skip dessert – pass right by that platter of cupcakes without grabbing one?,” my friend asked me.She was squeezing up behind me so she could grab her chocolate treat topped with a single pretzel and other gooey decorations.The platter of cupcakes held a prominent space on the table with other dessert options. I wasn’t going to […]

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