I am very excited to be sharing this awesome health coaching opportunity. The time is now to
learn the tools and be at the forefront of one of the fastest growing industries - HEALTH! Continue
We have arranged for you to attend a special complimentary teleconference call/webinar
that we think you will want to attend regarding health and wellness coaching.
If you have ever discussed living a healthier lifestyle with anyone or if you…
Added by Shannon Burnett-Gronich on December 20, 2012 at 10:27pm —
An Athletes Entourage and the need for collaboration in Injury Prevention Rehabilitation & Elite Athletic Training
“No man is an island, entire of itself; every man is a piece of the continent.”
I spent the day today in an Elite Athlete Training Gym. I was watching, in this case, high school athletes training hard, and the personal trainers working to… Continue
Added by Ari Gronich on June 6, 2012 at 4:49pm —
Most people associate the core with the look of your abdominals. They believe that having a strong core is associated with the look of a washboard stomach or Six Pack Abs. In reality, there are 27 muscles that make up the core of your body. From pelvis and hip muscles on up, the core is an entire system. Only a few of the muscles are visible to the naked…
Added by Ari Gronich on September 8, 2011 at 11:30am —
Last Monday night was the launch of our local Gary Null, PhD Health Support Group. A couple of months ago, I was invited to facilitate as a Life Coach and Wellness Consultant.
I had no idea that everything in my past would lead me up to this moment in time. My years of experience with business, event promotion, coaching and even health. I have been reminiscing about my past experience with Equinox International and Conscious Living Partnership which brings me to this… Continue
Added by Shannon Burnett-Gronich on July 8, 2010 at 9:05pm —
I am really excited to learn more about health and nutrition right now as I am diving into the Gary Null Health Support Group Protocol. Last year, when I did the month retreat with Dr Null every Sunday was a watermelon fast. And the last time I was visiting Paradise Garden we ate watermelon everyday. I continue to eat as much as possible and thought I would share this great article I found on some of the benefits.
Partners in Health,
Life Coach &… Continue
Added by Shannon Burnett-Gronich on July 1, 2010 at 11:33am —
Did you know that Friday was National Pistachio Day? In this week's Organic Janet Newsletter, you'll find Pistachio Day humor, nutritional benefits of this cute green nut, as well as where to find the best deals. Also Vitamin D tips, a natural health spotlight on Dr. Oz, breaking "news" about Tofu, and MORE!
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Added by Janet Schultz on February 28, 2010 at 2:09pm —
How organic is your Super Bowl party? Which NFL team does Yoga? A big step to improving your diet.
Check all of this out and more in this week's always entertaining Organic Janet Newsletter! http://bit.ly/OrJSB
Added by Janet Schultz on February 5, 2010 at 5:28pm —
These coffees are great for people that are having reverse affects of coffee making them tired and sleepy. These coffees will give you energy, keep you energized through the day, are healthy for you and are non addictive.…
Added by Pete Taylor 3 on October 11, 2009 at 8:30pm —
4 REASONS TO HIRE A PROFESSIONAL PERSONAL CHEF
#1 Successful High Profile Speakers Need Top Professional Coaches
Demanding schedules demand top personal care only a professional Personal Chef
can give. Vision your goals and 'hire up for success.'
#2 Everyone Has Food Issues
Only a professional Personal Chef can confidentially work on your personal solutions - 24/7.
Individualized solutions and personalized attention achieve… Continue
Added by Patricia A. Flaherty on August 13, 2009 at 3:00pm —
The month of September we will have a blog book tour to promote the launch of The Hidden Dangers of Soy by Dianne Gregg. Read details below and contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to participate in this tour no later than Monday, August 17th. We will have a download page that will offer book and author details, book excerpts, articles, and an interview that discusses topics from the book.
This is for anyone who has a their own website with a blog.
We are looking for blogs… Continue
Added by Dianne Gregg on August 7, 2009 at 4:23pm —
I think the food puzzle needs to be unraveled simply and slowly so that our approach is simple but realistic to our lives.
1. Drink only water,
with the exception of your beloved coffee in the morning. According to studies, this would eliminate 20% of our caloric intake and help all of our body functions run more smoothly.
2. Cut down your portions
I'm not even going to say what to eat and not eat. I'm just saying if you are having that sub at lunch cut… Continue
Added by Pete Taylor 3 on February 3, 2009 at 4:17am —
Observing Zen Monks meditating for hours may make you believe that living a more balanced life filled with joy, happiness, and focus takes years of practice, sacrifice, and was not obtainable for the vast majority of people.
This is actually a widely held mis-conception - as the powerful benefits of meditation can be felt by everyone, with as little as ten minutes a day. Recent research has shown that meditating has dramatic positive effects in as little as a 10-minute session.… Continue
Added by Pete Taylor 3 on January 19, 2009 at 2:44pm —
My mom always told me that sugar would rot my teeth. But after a recent scolding by my dentist for brushing too hard (how else am I supposed to get all the sugar off?), I was inspired to look a little deeper into what’s really harmful to my teeth—and I learned that there’s a lot more than sugar to watch out for. From foods that encourage tooth decay to habits that wear away gums, there’s more to maintaining our smile than a simple brush and floss.
Crackers, Breadsticks, and… Continue
Added by Pete Taylor 3 on January 19, 2009 at 6:37am —
The biggest hurdle to your weight-loss efforts isn't the industrial-strength calorie bombs lurking in supermarkets and restaurants the country over, but rather, the flood of lackluster packaged and prepared foods masquerading as healthy eats. With the food industry spending $30 billion a year to peddle their most dubious products, it's no wonder we've confused some of the most calorie-riddled, fat-laden products in America for truly nutritious food. Read on to discover a new, smarter game… Continue
Added by Pete Taylor 3 on January 18, 2009 at 3:44pm —
Health: a state of physical and mental well-being—a desired goal we all seek, but not one we all attain. Common sense tells us we begin by eating healthy, yet, what is eating healthy?
There are an abundance of diets on the market that claim this elusive road to well-bring. High carbohydrates, low carbohydrates. High protein, low protein. Total vegetarian containing no animal protein. High fat, low fat. Sugar busters. All eating plans very diverse, yet they all lay claim to greater… Continue
Added by Pete Taylor 3 on January 6, 2009 at 8:38pm —
Margarine usually tops butter for heart health. But not all margarines are created equal.
Margarine is made from vegetable oils, so it contains no cholesterol. Margarine is also higher in "good" fats—polyunsaturated and monounsaturated—than butter is. These types of fat help reduce low-density lipoprotein (LDL), or "bad," cholesterol, when substituted for saturated fat. Butter, on the other hand, is made from animal fat, so it contains cholesterol and high levels of saturated… Continue
Added by Pete Taylor 3 on January 5, 2009 at 8:03am —
Make easy meals that heal with these simple additions.
Healthy eating is all about math: subtracting fat, counting calories, dividing portions. But let's not forget adding: It's the little things we toss in the pot that often yield the biggest benefits. "Adding just one food to another can make a tremendous difference in your total nutrient intake and offer significant health gains," says Tara Gidus, R.D., a spokesperson for the American Dietetic Association.
With benefits… Continue
Added by Pete Taylor 3 on January 4, 2009 at 1:44pm —
Mix and match different foods to get more nutrients in every tasty bite.
Runners know that fruits, vegetables, and whole grains are good for us because they contain nutrients that fuel our runs and repair our muscles. But many of us might not realize that while each of these foods is individually nutritious, when they're paired with a complementary counterpart, they can provide more bang with every bite.
"Nature put nutrients in foods to act in synergy with each other,"… Continue
Added by Pete Taylor 3 on December 29, 2008 at 8:29pm —
When Sam Dodge and his partner Heather Paulson moved to New York City a year ago, one of their biggest shocks was the cost of food. In Seattle, Sam had worked on farms and at a farmers’ market, where he could trade food with other farmers. “It had been a while since I’d been shopping regularly on my own,” he says. But even compared to grocery store prices out west, he discovered, “New York is really expensive.”
These days, you don’t have to move to the Big Apple to be shocked by the… Continue
Added by Pete Taylor 3 on December 28, 2008 at 9:14am —
We talk a lot about ''watching what we eat,'' but if you never gave a thought to what you ate and instead watched only what you drank, you could probably cut 450 calories a day out of your life. (Yes, nearly a pound of fat loss a week!) That's what a study from the University of North Carolina found. Americans today drink about 192 gallons of liquid a year—or about 2 liters a day. To put it into perspective, this is nearly twice as many calories as we did 30 years ago.
Added by Pete Taylor 3 on December 27, 2008 at 3:32pm —