Tag Archive | nutrition

Intuition and Nutrition


  Dear readers, Like you, I am concerned about health and well-being. I am a single mom, and I want my son to live a long, healthy, and happy life. I am sure you want the same for your self, your spouse, your children. Every day, I worry that my son eats too much bread, […]

We have the solution to the obesity epidemic: “Fed Up” the documentary


Hello readers, I hate to see people suffer, and I hate injustice.  I just can’t help it! When I read about how lobbies, big corporations, and government intentionally feed the American people lies about public health and the environment, my blood starts to boil.  I am a very peaceful and calm person, and so I […]

How responsible are we for being overweight?


Hello readers, Working in a public library, I am surrounded by books, people, and the exchange of information all day.  I am interested in many subjects, but healthy living, a balanced lifestyle, spirituality and philosophy are among the primary themes of my quest for living in balance with nature. As I read and watch documentaries […]

A Place at the Table: Hunger in the USA


Hello readers, I recently watched a documentary, A Place at the Table (co-directed by Kristi Jacobson and Lori Silverbush and starring Jeff Bridges, 2012) on the subject of hunger in America.  Three different families in three regions of the U.S. are featured with their particular experiences and situations.  According to the film, at least fifty million […]