After being sick for three days, eating mostly Ramen soup and drinking my weight in tea (and honey, until my throat felt better), let's just say I was itching for something a bit more normal to me. Of course, by "normal" that unfortunately means junk food and sweets more than anything else. I had to … Continue reading I might have accidentally done something stupid that could curb my junk cravings (hopefully for good)…
My Copy: 9780470523018 (image from bn.com) Well, when you have to try and take care of yourself better, but don't want to rely on family scare tactics or a diagnosis that doesn't tell you much about what to expect or do, then this is a great book to use. It's pretty self-explanatory as far as … Continue reading Prediabetes for Dummies, by Alan L. Rubin, MD
My Copy: 9781496199836 (image from bn.com) To save time and headaches, there's nothing I can't say that I didn't already say in my Goodreads review, so I just pasted it here: Just so you know, the book's written by someone who puts M.D. after her name (it's on the cover, too). The first half of … Continue reading The Sugar Habit: How it starts, what keeps it going, & how to break it naturally, by Christine Adams, M.D.
Boy I love going to get a massage. When I let the craziness of the past weeks drift away, I can really think, and think really hard about what I need or want to do most. My initial goals about music and art and reading books haven't changed a bit, but I really have to … Continue reading I’m giving myself the rest of March to clean up the place: house, pantry, body, all of it.
I guess that requires some explanation for the torches-and-pitchforks crowd. One would think that skipping the meat and going full on vegetarian or vegan would be a great thing, let alone the raw food diet. Hey, something that skips adding excess fat, sugar, and all the things we've been told are going to kill us … Continue reading Eating Fruit is Bad for the Teeth (But Good for the Body)?