Kale has been the vegetable du jour, lately, and for many good reasons. A one cup serving (chopped) of fresh kale leaves has over 130% of the daily RDA for Vitamins A and C, and is a good source of potassium, calcium, and Vitamin B-6, with around 10% of the...[Read more...]
From traditional "Nautilus-style" machines to TRX and kettlebells, fitness centers and gyms are now full with various types of strength training equipment to meet everyone's taste. But just because it's there, doesn't mean it's effective.
As I have been choosing what types of machines and equipment to purchase for the new...[Read more...]
After recently cutting out dairy and grains from my life (difficult, but I'm feeling much better), I've been forced to eat a lot more fruits and vegetables than I'm used to, which of course is a good thing. Over the past two weeks I've been trying out new recipes, especially...[Read more...]
Recently, I had one of the most delicious dinners I've eaten in a long time, surprisingly at a hotel's restaurant while attending a conference. It was a vegetarian meal consisting of grilled vegetables on top of grilled ricotta cheese with pesto, a spicy mayonnaise, and a balsamic glaze drizzled...[Read more...]
Sometimes when I tell people to try yoga or meditation as an effective way to deal with stress, I get the response, "Oh, I just don't think I'm that type". While yoga, a once esoteric thing to do, is now very mainstream, meditation still brings a level of skepticism...[Read more...]