The new Coronavirus may not show sign of infection for many days. How can one know if he/she is infected? By the time they have fever and/or cough and go to the hospital, the lung is usually 50% Fibrosis and it's too late (Fibrosis is not reversible). Serious excellent advice by Japanese doctors treating COVID-19 … Continue reading Coronavirus (COVID-19)
I so enjoy a good peach cobbler, especially raw! You will never miss the crust or the over-cooked, softened peaches. Instead, you will enjoy firm fruit with the syrupy maple undertones of the dates combined with a nice crunch from the pistachios. It is so amazing and one of my seasonal favorites! It requires very … Continue reading Raw Peach Cobbler
Oh. My. Goodness. Springtime in New England is wonderful and just as colorful as Autumn! Have you noticed how long the Forsythias stayed in bloom? Those are the bright burst of yellow color we see first in early spring. Have you taken an early morning walk in the damp fog and noticed all that is … Continue reading Rain, Rain, Go Away!
Found everywhere and often treated a weed, Dandelions are natures body cleanser. The leaves, flowers and roots are all edible, tasty and fantastically nutritious! Among other health benefits, they support relief from liver disorders, acne and anemia and are good for supporting weight loss, skin care and maintaining bone health. Dandelion Greens have a spicy, peppery flavor and … Continue reading Dandelions
I am so excited to be a part of the Trail Ambassadors team, where we provide guided, group hikes throughout Rhode Island. If you have ever been unsure about following certain trails, or love hiking, but don't want to go it alone, these are the people to be with. They are experienced in the trails … Continue reading Fitness Events with the Blackstone Heritage Corridor VIP Team!
Hey now! I hope this February Full Moon is finding you with abundant opportunity and infinite potential, options and inspiration. If you saw it last night after the snowfall, you know it was almost full and so bright, the reflection off the snow was dazzling! Tonight, if you have the chance sometime overnight, go outside, … Continue reading Upcoming Fitness Schedule and Full Moon Lore
There is nothing like Autumn in New England. With the change of season, the crisp brightness in the air and the leaves turning colors, what everyone wants now is a nice hot cup of seasonal coffee or tea. Now, you can make your favorite hot or iced coffee-bar style Pumpkin Spice Latte or Coffee easily … Continue reading Nespresso+Aeroccino Pumpkin Spice Latte
My short hike through one of my favorite places, Pulaski Park, in the northwest corner of RI, taught me how to get savvy with selfies (still working on that, lol!) and found interesting wildlife and habitats along the way and ended with a fantastic meal of roasted squash over pasta with my very simple veggie … Continue reading Mid-Summer Hike and Foodie Delights
An excerpt from Dr. Axe website shows that all sunscreens are not created equally. In fact, a 2017 report from Environmental Working Group (EWG) found that nearly 75 percent of sunscreens didn’t work. This is EWG’s 11th Annual Guide to Sunscreens report, and the results show that while there have been major improvements over the last decade, the vast majority … Continue reading What Do You Know About Your Favorite Sunscreen?
Fireflies or Lightning Bugs? Did you live in an area that had fireflies? What did you call them when you were growing up? Whatever you grew up calling them, it's reminiscent of summertime! Many backyards are already aglow with magical fireflies – or lightning bugs, as many people call them. On warm evenings, there’s nothing … Continue reading Lightning Bugs or Fireflies?