Everything Falls at the Same Rate

Everything Falls at the Same Rate

I noticed visitors come to my site through the portal Psychology of Eating. Here’s a piece on eating, dieting and body awareness for them! And you too, if you read on. My discovery of  “Yoga Undressed” is a useful conversation starter. The webmaster of that nude yoga site maintains her philosophy is one of celebration. […]

Tea Ceremony

Tea Ceremony

This month’s blog topics all begin “I’m speaking at the Frazier Park Health Fair, June 27th at 11:30 am at the Frazier Park Elementary School, in Frazier Park California. Be there or be square! One reason people get into yoga is to lose weight. No doubt a vigorous yoga practice can boost metabolism. No doubt […]

Moiling for Gold

Moiling for Gold

At 16 years old I contracted a disease that nearly killed me. Traveling in a foreign country I acquired a nasty case of dysentery, far beyond the average “Montezuma’s revenge.” I lost an enormous amount of weight.  I couldn’t eat. Food would either up-chuck out in violent rejection, or stream out in watery dysentery. It […]

Connect the Dots

Connect the Dots

A couple blogs back, in “Purple Elephants and Diet Soda” I touched on the connection between diet and health. I am not a doctor. I had three years of high school, and I received a BA from the University of Hawai’i (with distinction) in History. That honed my research skills. I know how to google information. And […]

In Like a Lion, out like a Lamb

In Like a Lion, out like a Lamb

No discussion on weight loss and nutrition would be complete without addressing “superfoods.” The problem with superfoods is not what they are, so much as what they are not. Superfoods may be trendy, faddish, expensive, nutrient full and funny tasting. Superfoods may be exotic, fiber rich or antioxidant. Superfoods are often gluten-free. Superfoods may be […]