‘Managing PCOS’

Getting Fit: If It Ain’t Broke, Don’t Fix It

By Cindy Bishop on 08/11/2009

Opinions — everybody has one, right? Among the opinionated, falls the reformed exerciser. You recognize them, the ones who enjoy sharing what exercise regime works best. And somewhere mixed in all that enthusiasm, can be a lot of unsolicited advice about what they think might work better —  for you.  Sometimes ’the reformed’ can be a little too quick to forget that it wasn’t that long […] Read more »


Is Responsible Advertising an Oxymoron?

By Marsha Hudnall on 08/10/2009

This is a short post today because if everything goes as planned, I’m flying back from an all-too-rare, all-too-short family vacation at my sister’s home where I got to see my daughter and spend time with the whole family together.  With the son off to college in a few weeks, and daughter off a few years ago, these times are […] Read more »


It Happened This Week: Greek Mussels, Calorie Counting vs. Intuitive Eating, & TV Cooking Shows

By Marsha Hudnall on 08/07/2009

No, it isn’t Thursday (our usual day to post recipes).  It’s just that I love this picture and I love the recipe even more!  It’s called Mussels Saganaki and is featured on Kalofagas.ca.  Kalofagas means “gourmet” in Greek.  So now you also know the blog is about Greek food, which is one of my favorites for healthy Mediterranean-style cooking. Curious? […] Read more »


What’s Wrong with Stealing Cookies from the Cookie Jar

By Marsha Hudnall on 08/04/2009

Because my husband usually rises before me and switches on the tv in the other room, I often wake to the childhood jingle about stealing cookies from the cookie jar, repeated by a woman and a man touting their weight loss success on the Cookie Diet. It really bugs me, initially just because of the ad.  Then I start thinking […] Read more »

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