A loving heart means more than loving a spouse, child, partner, or family member…it is loving yourself as well.
What will you DO today?
Are you ready to continue and stay on your journey to wellness?
How are your new year resolutions coming? What do you feel you can and will achieve today? Tomorrow? This week?
This has been a huge week for WellJourn and we wanted to thank all of you for your support. Today, Tabitha’s recipe Spinach & Chard Salad with Baby Reds, was selected by Foodbuzz as one of their Top 9 recipes. This was out of a selection of 3,509 recipes! See for yourself: http://www.foodbuzz.com/top9?date=2011-01-29 We’ve had over […]
In the videos below, Dean Ornish helps us understand the body’s ability to heal itself and how leading a healthy lifestyle can lead to more happiness in our lives. Dean Ornish says your genes are not your fate, filmed March 2008 length: 3 minutes In this presentation, Dean talks about how our lifestyles impact us […]
A recent study published in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association found that the consumption of whole grains, by adults in the United States, is far below the recommended level. The study focused on two age groups, ages 19-50 and 51+. In both age groups, the individuals that consumed whole grains had a lower […]
Vitamin D, more doctors are prescribing it and more Americans are taking it. Studies are indicating that as much as 57% of Americans are vitamin D deficient. Why is this and how does it impact our health? Given all of the possible long term health benefits, including playing a role in preventing some of the world’s most prolific diseases, this is a subject worth paying attention to.
The gist is that consumption of high fructose corn syrup is at a 20 low and the Corn Refiners Association petitioned the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to change the name. Obviously they want it to sound more appealing to consumers so that they will forget that it is very unhealthy.