Saturday, May 13, 2017

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Sunday, June 19, 2016

Plant Based Quick-Fix Healthy Eating Plan

This is the official landing page for my diet/healthy eating plan that is as easy as home-cooking can be. Right now, the plan is in development and will be available sometime in 2017.

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Friday, January 1, 2016

Planner Page with Dr. Greger's Daily Dozen

 Daily Dozen Planner Page
Dr. Greger is my favorite source for evidence-based health advice. I just bought his new book and one of the best parts is reading about Dr. Greger's Daily Dozen and his favorite ways to check off each one. The Daily Dozen is a list of things you should eat or do every day, based on the Doctor's extensive research.

Just as I was hacking away at making a planner page with check boxes, I saw that a new app for tracking the Daily Dozen came out! I downloaded the Android version, but I'm still often a paper-and-pencil sort of organizer. If you are too, feel free to download the PDF of this planner page.

The size is about A5 (6x8.5"); if you'd like me to develop a larger size email me and I'll give it a try! Click on the picture for the download link.

If you haven't purchased the book yet, you can do so here. (affiliate link)

Sunday, December 8, 2013

Plant Based Resources for Optimal Health

All the good stuff.

This post is not about being quickly vegan. This post is about being the absolute healthiest that you can be by adopting an eating lifestyle of whole, plant-based foods. 

To do list:

1. Drink plenty of water
2. Get adequate, quality sleep
3. Take Vitamin D and B12
4. Meditate regularly
5. Floss your teeth
6. Eliminate extracted oils, excess sugars, white flour, animal products and processed food 
7. Exercise daily: yoga, resistance, cardio

Useful blogs via Pinterest.

You can also start here with Dr. McDougall's free program:

Here is the research behind all the plant-based claims: Nutrition Facts.

These books are great resources for recipes and information:

Engine 2 Diet

Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease

21 Day Weightloss Kickstart

Eat to Live Cookbook

The Starch Solution

Dr. Dean Ornish's Program for Reversing Heart Disease

Forks Over Knives Cookbook

Banner images courtesy of

Sunday, February 19, 2012

Pumpkin Soup

Good over pasta too

Thanks to for the reference photo.


Tuesday, December 27, 2011