If you have been thinking about some other forms of protein now that the cost of meat is rising, consider the legumes, a category of vegetable that includes beans, peas, peanuts, soybeans, and lentils.
Legumes may be small but they are packed with nutrition. Health benefits include their high-quality and low-fat protein, their cholesterol-lowering soluble fiber, and their nutrients, such as iron, folate, and other B vitamins. Legumes are also classified as a low-glycemic-index food,… Continue
Added by Pete Taylor 3 on September 7, 2008 at 8:00am —
Running in the Heat September 6, 2008
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Today was yet another hot and humid day. Not the kind of day for running, unless you are a lizard or some type of reptile. A friend asked me if I had an tips for running in the heat. I told him 3:
1. Get a really large refrigerator
2. Move treadmill into said refrigerator
3. Run from May to October inside
In the event you cannot find or… Continue
Added by Dr. David Orman on September 6, 2008 at 12:51pm —
Now don't get all excited. We don't have any magic wand solutions that will take the place of exercise and eating right. But we do have a few foods that could help you on your journey to rid yourself of excess flab.
To put it simply, protein takes a lot of effort for the body to break down and digest. A lot more than, say, fat. So while your body is working hard to process that protein, you're burning calories. Tip -- eat fish! Chances are you're not getting… Continue
Added by Pete Taylor 3 on September 6, 2008 at 6:24am —
This Sunday September 7th at 9 pm The Gifted Healer Radio Show welcomes Author and Abuse Survivor Jenny Skylark at www. blogtalkradio. com/giftedhealer
Gifted Healer D.J. Frost welcomes Author and Abuse Survivor Jenny Skylark to his radio show as she talks about her new book "The Terrible and Wonderful, Ugly and Beautiful Story of My Life So Far". The book chronicles her journey of healing from childhood incest, rape, and abuse… Continue
Added by Gifted Healer D.J. Frost on September 5, 2008 at 5:00pm —
Your feelings, thoughts, beliefs, assumptions, emotions and expectations literally steer your body. Every cell, organ and function, every chemical or electrical communication is informed and instructed by your consciousness.…
Added by Miles Harbur on September 5, 2008 at 3:10pm —
Maybe it was easier when the only thing on the table was what you could hunt and gather. Sure, the menu was primitive. But at least there weren't any experts hovering over the fire, wagging their fingers and saying, "Eat this. No, no, don't eat that." Ours is an age of unprecedented bounty and convenience—and almost nonstop nutritional advice, much of it subject to change as new research findings come along or scientists change their minds. You try to keep up with the latest and make the… Continue
Added by Pete Taylor 3 on September 5, 2008 at 4:06am —
Let’s be real clear, there are things that we all must do (and not do) to live healthfully. We can prevent and cure so many ailments with one very available (do it anytime), very safe (no negative side effects) and very inexpensive (in fact it’s free) prescription – exercise.
Did you know that exercise has proven to be positively related to the prevention and cure of all of these?
* Cardiovascular Disease
Added by Pete Taylor 3 on September 4, 2008 at 3:37am —
Despite more years in college that I care to admit, I can count on one hand the number of inspiring teachers that I have had. Probably have a finger or 2 left over in the process. Yet, I have found the greatest teachers and sources of inspiration in place like Publix, my dojos, bookstores and other common places. Most of these people, I do not know, never met and probably could not pick out of a line up of 3. They may or may not have advanced degrees or be able to spell the word “cat.” It… Continue
Added by Dr. David Orman on September 3, 2008 at 12:32pm —
It’s the middle of the week and I hope that everyone has gotten off to a good start as we begin to bring another week to a close. I wanted to leave you with something to encourage and give you that extra push.
We've all heard something mentioned in our time about living a "good life" and most of us want to live one. But what does that really mean and how is it obtainable by ordinary people? Is it possible for everyone? Living the good life means different things to different people.… Continue
Added by Pete Taylor 3 on September 3, 2008 at 4:11am —
You people do not know how much you miss by not knowing your own true self.
The moment you know your real being, you are afraid of nothing. Death gives freedom and power. To be free in the world, you must die to the world. Then the universe is your own, it becomes your body, an expression and a tool. The happiness of being absolutely free is beyond description.
Added by Ram Giri Braun, Ph.D. on September 3, 2008 at 12:04am —
We are all neighbors on this planet and we all share in its future. Every day we see the changes to
our climate and the world's wildlife. The polar caps and glaciers are melting, tropical storms and
hurricanes are spawning one after another, species of animals and plant life are disappearing into
extinction. New problems we are seeing are flooding and there will be a host of other issues that will be confronting us.
As we all are neighbors on this planet, we all share… Continue
Added by Ray Osborne on September 2, 2008 at 10:41am —
It’s been almost nine months since your New Year’s resolution to start exercising and get fit and perhaps things haven’t gone as planned. Maybe you started out strong only to slack off around tax day; maybe you’ve been diligent only to recently burn out, or—gasp!—what if you never even started your exercise regimen at all?
Whatever your situation, we all need new motivators to keep our butts in gear, and not just for a week or two around the turn of the year. Although I’m religious… Continue
Added by Pete Taylor 3 on September 2, 2008 at 3:38am —
On Sunday, August 31th, my friend Bobby Benz wrote this interesting blog. Not to put him on the spot or anything but I found his points to be very interesting. So I decided blogging his question here, along with my own responses. If you read this and want to leave a comment, feel free to do so and I'll make sure I'll foward it back to the poster. Plus, he's also writing a book about the subjects of religion. Hope I was helpful.
ANSWER THIS -… Continue
Added by Tracy Smith, Humanist Activist on September 1, 2008 at 5:48pm —
Faced with record high personal debt levels and ultra-low savings rates, it may be worthwhile for Americans to consider taking the hard way out of debt.
When people talk about getting their personal finances in order, they usually try to find the easy way to reduce debt and increase savings.
There are a number of steps you can take that are relatively pain-free and low-cost that will help get you on your way to a better financial position, but this is taking the long term… Continue
Added by Pete Taylor 3 on September 1, 2008 at 11:00am —
Most of us know someone who works out obsessively, logging serious hours at the gym and berating herself after eating the occasional cookie. How many of us have gone on fad diets and then complained when the weight came back? Every year, countless people try to lose weight with minimal lasting success. These people are dedicated to their goals, but haven’t found a tried-and-true method for shedding pounds and—the hardest part of all—keeping them off.
San Francisco was voted one of… Continue
Added by Pete Taylor 3 on August 31, 2008 at 4:30pm —
You know how sometimes a tune keeps playing in your mind?
Apparently, over 153,000 viewers like this tune ...
Click on The Money Song
Share this song with your family and friends and not-friends-right-now!
I collect and post Success Stories on my website. Click here to read some for yourself
. To have your Success Story added to this page,… Continue
Added by Cynthia Segal on August 31, 2008 at 1:30pm —
1. "You may think I'm rich, but I don't."
A million dollars may sound like a fortune to most people, and folks with that much cash can't complain — they're richer than 90 percent of U.S. households and earn $366,000 a year, on average, putting them in the top 1 percent of taxpayers. But the club isn't so exclusive anymore. Some 10 million households have a net worth above $1 million, excluding home equity, almost double the number in 2002. Moreover, a recent survey by Fidelity… Continue
Added by Pete Taylor 3 on August 30, 2008 at 8:39am —
Read this today and don't delete it even if you are too busy!! You'll see.
A young and successful executive was traveling down a neighborhood street, going a bit too fast in his new Jaguar. He was watching for kids darting out from between parked cars and slowed down when he thought he saw something. As his car passed, no children appeared. Instead, a brick smashed into the Jag's side door!
He slammed on the… Continue
Added by Regena Ozeryansky on August 29, 2008 at 12:07am —
ATLCOFFEEHOUSE IS NOW IN BARBADOS!
We have lauched an ATLCoffeeHouse site in Barbados! All new feel, look and music!
Check us out today at http://www.ATLCoffeeHouse-Barbados.com
Be sure to share us with family, friends and associates.
Please visit all of our sponsors that help made it possible!
BE HEALTHY!… Continue
Added by Pete Taylor 3 on August 27, 2008 at 4:00am —
Notes to Myself: Emotional Intimacy
I went to the swimming pool with my girlfriends on Sunday. While we lounged by the pool I shared with them this book that I am reading about emotional distancing and fear of intimacy. The book broke it down into categorizes and I read to them each area. Each one of us were able to relate to an area where we tend to distance ourselves in relationships. We were also able to identify other people in our lives… Continue
Added by Stefanie Miller on August 26, 2008 at 9:30pm —