We all can do our part to keep our bodies—and our planet—healthier, and even small steps count. In The Reducetarian Solution, author Brian Kateman—and the thought leaders who contribute to the book—makes a compelling case for eating less meat.
Eating well and feeling great aren't always two things that go together, especially for those who suffer from IBS, Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, SIBO, and gluten sensitivity. But The IBS Elimination Diet and Cookbook by Patsy Catsos, MS, RDN, LD provides a complete guide and cookbook for discovering your dietary triggers including FODMAPs (difficult-to-digest carbohydrates), and building a personalized and fulfilling diet around delicious foods that let you finally feel your best.
Floral essences are infusions that can be ingested or used in an aromatherapy diffuser. They’re said to help align our inner and outer selves. According to some naturopaths, floral essences target the underlying emotional imbalances that cause physical discomfort.
I’ll admit, I have had my share of tax time pitfalls. For me, these included spending my tax account money on renovations, not being organized at tax time and neglecting to stay organized throughout the year. One of my mentors always reminds me to build things before you need them. For me, this concept is sacred—saving throughout the year for taxes.
There is a relatively new charity called Cycling Without Age which has an innovative way of bringing pleasure to the world. It enlists volunteers to take older people too frail to use a bike themselves for rides on cycle rickshaws. Originally started in Denmark in 2012, it now has branches in 30 nations.