The 29 Great Days Challenge: Runs 2/1 through 2/29

The 29 Great Days Challenge: Runs 2/1 through 2/29

How much of a difference do you think you can make in your life if you make one little change everyday for 29 days? February is heart health month, and for the 29 days of February, I’m running a contest that will motivate and move you to being fitter, stronger and...
Weight Loss, Eating Out and Becoming Food Conscious

Weight Loss, Eating Out and Becoming Food Conscious

If you eat out often, chances are you may have a harder time managing your weight than if you ate every meal at home. Restaurant food portions are usually out of control and as consumers, we really don’t know how much junk is actually added to our entrees. I have a...
Fertility, Disease, Food and BPA

Fertility, Disease, Food and BPA

In the spring of 2012, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will decide whether or not to ban Bisphenol-A (BPA), a chemical used in plastic.  The greatest concern of this chemical comes in the use of  water bottles, food containers and as the lining of canned goods....
Eat This, Not That for Thanksgiving

Eat This, Not That for Thanksgiving

Keep Thanksgiving clean this year by preparing your own dishes from start to finish. Without the help of canned goods, refrigerated pie crusts and rolls that pop out of a cylinder, pulling together a delicious and healthy Thanksgiving dinner – without breaking the...
This Veteran Broke His Neck, then Re-enlisted

This Veteran Broke His Neck, then Re-enlisted

If there were a real-life Ironman, it would be Neil Gussman.  At first, Gussman’s life sounds “simple” enough. He joined the army in 1976 when he was 18. At that time, the Vietnam war was just ending, and Gussman was stationed in Germany as a tank commander. After the...
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