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Organizational Priority: Flu Shots and Winter Colds Prevention

Organizational Priority: Flu Shots and Winter Colds Prevention

I was shocked when my Google news alert sent word a week ago that the flu has already arrived in some parts of Virginia! It’s time to think about strategies for staying healthy this winter. Flu Shots I immediately packed up the family and took […]

Lent: Days 41-44

Lent: Days 41-44

You would think that with just two days left to go, this would be the easiest part of my Lenten healthy eating plan, but it’s not. This week has been one of the toughest of the whole diet. It may be because I am looking […]

Lent: Day 2

Lent: Day 2

It’s Day Two of our clean eating journey for Lent. Day One was not difficult for me as it was a regular fasting and salad day. It was also time to go grocery shopping for day two. We ended up at Wal-Mart and I decided […]

Signs Your Diet Has Crossed the Line Into Anorexia

Signs Your Diet Has Crossed the Line Into Anorexia

Ruth recently posted a comment on my post reporting the opinions of my doctors on my diet and exercise efforts. . . . And fyi–here are signs of anorexia: Do you feel fat even though people tell you you’re not? Are you terrified of gaining […]

Reader Question: Fasting Salad Recipes

Reader Question: Fasting Salad Recipes

Devoted reader Bertie recently commented on my 5-2 fasting post: Bertie says: Those salads look delicious! Could you post the recipes? When I first started making calorie-conscious salads, I was careful to write down all the ingredients and track all the calories. I posted my […]