Dr Oz, the famous TV personality with his own show, has 10 tips for reducing the risk of breast cancer.
Most don’t realize that heart disease kills more women than cancer. Yet, these tips are very important to, at the very least, have an awareness of.
Do you know your stroke risk? Do you even care?
Click here to check your stroke risk.
When do we think about our long term outcomes – from the food choices we make this week?
Um, well, uh, like never. Right?
Most of us can’t or don’t want to see that far, because it’s too much work. Or, we won’t give up today’s pleasure and convenience for tomorrow’s payoff – good digestive health.
Our son told me last Friday on the drive home from school that he had a “confession”. He doesn’t really like the bread (double fiber) we use to make his lunch sandwiches.
Grateful for the truth, but now what?
So last night on the way home from a doctor’s visit, I stopped to get some food items, including a different kind of bread, but with the same digestive goal – high fiber.
Blogging about health enhances accountability and increases motivation. Are you working on that too?
If not you, who? If not today, when? Seriously. Enjoy your lunch.
There are somewhere in the neighborhood of 80-million blogs on the Internet, and growing daily.
There are 221-million results if you Google “Health Blogs”.
What are all these health-blog people trying to say? Please let me summarize for you:
- Dream Big
- Get There
- Stay There
If your goal isn’t impossible, you’re not reaching high enough.
PS. Do your excuses make you stop or make you sick? Mine made me sick. Sick to think that I’m the only one responsible for my actions and I wasn’t doing anything about it, except making excuses.
Excuses be damned.
Lane 8 is the worst lane. The slowest competitor is placed there. You know this already.
There is an art to being in Lane 8.
Although it doesn’t seem so, striving for (metaphorically) Lane 8 is really impossible.
Getting healthy and staying healthy, until we die, is really quite impossible too.
Or is it? There is an art to not quitting, not giving up, no matter what.