Weighing in at close to 400 pages, The Food Revolution is no light read. And then there’s Robbins’ preachiness and occasionally maudlin anecdotes to muddle through. If you can get past the obstacles, there is quite a bit of useful information.
As you can probably see by the frequency of my posts, I’ve been quite busy the past two weeks. In between all of the extra hours at work and travel I have had little time to grocery shop, nevermind cooking. This is how I make something healthy out of almost nothing.
I recently went on an Amazon.com book buying binge in order to educate myself on cancer prevention. I know what you’re thinking. Dr. Miggy, don’t you already know this stuff? Nope. It’s like one of my prof’s kids said, “You’re a doctor but you don’t help people.”
I was visiting a friend this weekend and noticed that she lost considerable weight since I saw her about a month ago. She looked 10-15 pounds lighter, so I asked her how she did it. Her response surprised me, but it shouldn’t have.
“I started eating breakfast.”
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So what if you are not a huge fan of dairy, or if you’re vegan or you have an allergy? You can still eat yogurt, as there are plenty of non-dairy options. I rounded up the most popular brands to give you the low down on plant-based yogurts.
Less than a year ago I started practicing Ashtanga Yoga, and I was hooked. I’m not being dramatic when I say that Ashtanga changed my life.
I’ve been logging a lot of mileage lately, and you’re probably wondering how I keep up the exercise routine while I’m traveling. The simple answer is: I don’t. Until now.
If I were ever gonna preach to you about anything, it’s that you need to eat something in the morning within an hour of waking. How you start your day will affect the decisions you make all day, at least when it comes to food.
I know it’s not a sure bet, but living a healthy lifestyle is the best way to prevent disease. I got to thinking: Why don’t I approach my health like I do my retirement fund?