Living the WELL Life


What's On Your Plate? - by Christy Morgan

I don't know if you've noticed, but there has been an energy shift happening over the last few months. We are moving into a new age where having a meat-centered diet and using animals as commodities will no longer be acceptable. People are ready to take an honest look at their dinner plates and see the bigger picture staring back at them. Here's a list of things I think would be great to get on your plate this year.  Read more


5 Healthy Snacks on The Go - by Christy Morgan
While you are busy running around trying to manage your job, your family and social life, it’s a good idea to have good quality snacks available so you aren’t caught with low blood sugar and running to the vending machine. Ideally, you want a snack that has nutritional value, is low in sugar, and is easy to carry along with you. These 5 snacks fit the bill.  Read more
A Fresh Start for 2010

Well, here we are…the New Year. Don’t let another one pass and find yourself still not making healthy choices…time for change, baby. And with delicious menu plans like this one, how can you resist?  Healthy and delicious? It’s a fresh start, my friends.  Read more


Grandma Was Sooooo Right - by Ken Dill

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It's Time to Rock Your World

Every year it’s the same old thing. This is the year you will: lose weight, get fit, stop smoking, take care of your health, live greener, drink less (or more), be a nicer person. And every year, January comes and goes…and with it our resolve.  Read more


2009 - The Year Food Came Out of the Closet. - by Bill Tara

Everyone seems interested in food again. Not the stuff in the bright packages; not the fried animal parts; not the quick weight loss formula with 100 times the daily requirement of all known nutrients – just plain old food. Those of us of a certain age can remember our mothers or grandmothers getting food. They would squeeze the fruit, smell the vegetables, shake the eggs, poke the meat - they were serious about food. They knew zip about nutrition but they knew that food was supposed to be fresh and whole if it was to cook well and taste right.  Read more


If There’s One Thing I’ve Learned...It’s That You Can’t Avoid A Void. - by Jami Appenzeller

How do you make yourself whole and stay FIT on the inside? What’s deep, piercing, omnipresent, unshakable and invisible? Sadly, for many, the answer to this riddle is a hole in the heart.  Read more


New Year's Resolutions... Who needs 'Em?!?! - by Jami Appenzeller

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Vegan is not a dirty word. - by Jami Appenzeller

Your journey to total wellness is waiting - take baby steps!  To some people the word vegetable, (let alone the word vegan), is rarely uttered these days.  So a vegan lifestyle is not one that’s so readily embraced.  Read more


Wine is food, eat with awareness. - by Steve Rockstein

“It’s made by fermenting grapes” my friend Craig once told me, rummaging through his ‘fridge for the right bottle, “and grapes are food.  Wine is not distilled like whiskey or vodka. Therefore it is food!”  Read more



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