The Revolution Has Begun.

Korg The Revolution

The Revolution Has Begun. Really. Literally, decades of time and experiences have lead me to this Revolution, and yet it feels like a blink of an eye. Before I get ahead of myself though, I need to tell you where it all began. Throughout households across America, children started coming home from school to a […]

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Are You Thriving in Life?

Are you thriving in your life?  Thriving is all about growth, flourishing and prospering.  The spring season reminds us of how nature thrives.  However, when I look around most humans are not “thriving”. Research on well-being concludes that only about 20% of adults have a strong sense of purpose and are fully satisfied with their […]

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What Is The Definition of Moderation in Nutrition

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One of the most common pieces of dieting advice is to eat “everything in moderation.” Apparently, people often have a skewed sense of what “moderation” means, says a new University of Georgia study. Researchers asked the study participants two questions: 1) How many cookies do you think you should eat in one sitting? 2) How […]

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Everyone Needs To See A Nutritionist

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You’re overlooking a huge piece of your health and don’t even know it. You crush it a the gym at least twice a week. You make chiropractor appointments, dental cleanings, eye exams, and yearly visits to your doctor. Heck, you may even get your nails done every couple of weeks and your hair styled once […]

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Integrity & Self Esteem: Hand in Hand

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“There are two ways to be fooled. One is to believe what isn’t true; the other is to refuse to believe what is true.” ― Søren Kierkegaard Integrity is often thought of as moral uprightness and steadfastness—making the “good” choices, doing the “right thing.” In fact, it is far more than that. Integrity is actually […]

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Living In Our Stories

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Horror stories. Love stories. Crime stories. Fairy tales. Myths. Science Fiction…The Avengers… they all help us form our beliefs and values. They shape our fears and dreams. They help us decide how we want to fall in love, what we think is fair,  how we wish we could fly like a superhero and how to […]

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Our Addictions To Sugar

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The American Heart Association currently recommends for women, no more than 100 calories from sugar and for men, it is 150 per day.  That is equal to 6 teaspoons for women and 9 teaspoons for men.  The AHA also says that children ages 2-18 should limit their sugar to no more than 3 teaspoons per […]

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