There is a lot of disinformation out there in the world. If I really want to know the best answers, I need an expert. How do I find a good one and decide they're trustworthy? You might talk to this person about cooking greens and sausage. But maybe she isn't the best crane operator. And who… Continue reading Disinformation And How To Assess Sources
These are tough times, and it's hard to know what to do. Starting most locally, first take care of yourself. Take a look at improving your overall health through the lens of your immune system here. In addition, it is likely that one of the greatest needs in the coming months is a large stockpile… Continue reading Take care of yourself, your family, and your community in these tough times
Here are the keys, as I see them, to avoiding severe Covid-19: Avoid exposureAvoid infection if exposedMount an effective immune response if infectedHave a body strong enough to support an effective immune response Let's look at these in more detail. Avoid Exposure. Part of your immune system is your brain and knowing how to avoid… Continue reading The Immune System and How To Build It
Burger, corn on the cob, baked beans (Mom's recipe, but you can use the ones from the can), and a salad This was written in May, 2020 and is being posted in July, 2020. Then, there were still shortages. Now, there are fewer. In the future, there may possibly be shortages again; things seem quite… Continue reading Healthy food when you can’t cook… at all.
Eat the rainbow... useful! Over the last six years or so, I’ve lost 50 pounds. I am sooooo slow to lose weight and so quick to gain it that it’s ridiculous. I’m at my very last few pounds at this point. I am finishing another year of Precision Nutrition Coaching, which helped with fitness. I’m… Continue reading Weight Loss — All the Tools, None of the Details