31 Days of Health. Day 31: Give Yourself a Break!

Ahhhh! It's the last day of 31 Days of Health!! Amazing. I've noticed some consistency with the folks liking these posts - thank you. I hope there have been some positive rewards for you as a result of following the…

31 Days of Health. Day 30: Make Vitamin A Part of Your Day

I was interested to find that only about one third of Americans consume enough vitamin A Daily. I’m definitely biased about the vitamin because I adore the foods that it is rich in. Tomatoes, lettuces, hearty greens like kale and…

31 Days of Health. Day 28: Prep Fruits & Veggies

You know what I love and hate all at the same time? Being prepared. Being prepared is SO fricken fabulous. I can't tell you the amount of times I have felt nervous about not having this or that ready for…

31 Days of Health. Day 27: Be B-Vitamin Smart

Today’s healthy action is about understanding the B-vitamins. B-vitamins are a class of water-soluble vitamins, meaning they must be in the presence of water for your body to absorb them. Altogether, there are eight different B-vitamins. You may recognize the…

31 Days of Health. Day 23: Eat Some Kale

I am extending a bit from yesterday’s healthy action. Yesterday I talked about ensuring you are including vitamin K in your diet; and vitamin K is found in all sorts of green vegetables, especially the leafy types. Kale is one…

31 Days of Health. Day 22: Kick in the Vitamin K

Kick in some vitamin K today! Vitamin K is a fat-soluble nutrient, meaning, in order for your body to absorb it, it needs to be in the presence of fat. So grab a quick refresher from Day 15 to tie…

31 Days of Health. Day 20: Reduce Starches

Reduce your starch intake is the name of the game today! To understand starch, you must first understand glucose. Glucose is a single unit of sugar or, carbohydrate, and it is the most used source of fuel by your body…