From my recent blog post on Kalon-Women blog: Even though we have already been in 2012 for over a week now, it has taken me as long to find my whereabouts, to establish a clear picture of what I would like to do different this year. On New Year’s Day I have a ritual of, [...]
Category Archive for 'Healthy Lifestyle'
From my recent blog post on kalon-women blog: I was recently in a conversation where a colleague was inquiring on suggestions to “survive” the holidays. Being on my own and traveling over the last couple of years, I am glad not having to participate in the whole frenzy of gift shopping. However, I do notice [...]
Recently I had the opportunity to chat with a friend who was facing some life challenges. During our conversation she mentioned a heart condition she developed a few years back and that she wanted to focus on diet and exercise as a way to become and stay healthier. Knowing a little bit more about what [...]
Reflecting on what would the post be this morning, the picture of my Garden Buddha came to mind. This brought a series of memories from one of the happiest summers in my life, when I decided to grow a home garden right on our balcony. At the time, I was not a gardener but [...]
Here is my new educational video on “Managing the Full Moon and Solar Eclipse energies” Please feel free to share your feedback below. Thank you.
In Food, Inc., filmmaker Robert Kenner lifts the veil on the nation’s food industry, exposing the highly mechanized underbelly that’s been hidden from the American consumer with the consent of the government’s regulatory agencies, USDA and FDA. Read more
An interesting article was published today on Huffington Post by Glen Close. She is talking about mental illness and what a taboo it is, if I may use this word, in that no one speaks about it and yet many people may suffer themselves, know of someone else or have a member in their families. [...]
Dr Russell Blaylock gives a lot of information here helping to clarify misleading data.
Over a third of GP surgeries have seen patients suffering complications after being misdiagnosed with swine flu including at least three deaths, a survey suggests. Read more
The quality of sleep affects your physiology in many ways. As posted on ScienceDaily, people with chronic stress report shorter sleep duration, worse sleep quality, and more daytime functioning impairments, according to new research. Conversely, daytime functioning impairments and shorter sleep duration demonstrated a predictive relationship with habitual stress complaints. Read more