Information that will help you STRIKE BACK!
Who doesn’t want to live in an environment with low levels of toxins, access to nourishing food and clean drinking water, manageable stress, and a lifestyle that reduces the risk of breast cancer in every possible way?
Everyone, of course! But that’s impossible.
Unfortunately, the world we live in today doesn’t exactly support toxin-free living, yet that doesn’t mean we can’t do our part to reduce toxin exposure; especially in our own homes, and throughout our day.
This “STRIKE Back” section is dedicated to strategies and tips on some of the most impactful ways to reduce your “daily toxicity” level in many areas, some of which are listed to the right.
Topics included on my Strike Back Lifestyle Blog:
- Stress management
- Glass vs plastic
- “Clean” household products
- Personal care/beauty products and services
- Getting Decidedly Quiet
- Self-Care Practices
Body weight and exercise and their relationship to something as complex as breast cancer may seem too daunting to consider, but a fairly large body of evidence suggests that these factors absolutely relate to risk and outcome. A 2003 paper in the New England Journal...read more
What is it about the holiday season that sends us into frenzied, wild abandonment of the tried and true habits that keep us sane, fit, limber, focused, grounded, nourished and strong (mentally AND physically) the remaining 11 months of the year? I honestly don’t...read more
"Contentment is not the fulfillment of what we want, but the appreciation for what we have." Just as I drifted off to sleep last night, the word “FULL” popped into my mind, and I heard (yes, heard) the message that “FULL” needed to be the theme for my blog this...read more
Diet advisor: “Eat everything in moderation.” You: “Everything?” Diet advisor: “Yes.” You: “What about donut holes? And miniature peanut butter cups?” Diet advisor: “Yes. Moderation still.” You: “My donut hole moderation runs anywhere from 1-1.5 dozen, depending on my...read more
When you celebrate a milestone anniversary, throw a bash, and 13,000 people show up? It could end up messy, chaotic, and jumbled, or, as was the case for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics 100th anniversary celebration, a rousing success. Sure, there was some...read more
Getting your motivation back couldn’t be easier. It’s simply a matter of “choosing between what you want NOW, and what you want MOST.” Do you believe that? I read that quote recently, somewhere, but since I can’t remember where, I’m unable to give the author credit....read more