Deciding what to eat has gotten so complicated, it seems you need a scientist in the kitchen. So don’t worry – now you’ve got two! Mostly we are two foodies who want to have fun in the kitchen, then sit down to the sensuous pleasures of leisurely enjoying a beautiful meal. Join me along with my pal, Dr. Gilah Rosner, in my home town of Santa Fe, September 7-11, 2016 for our retreat, “Ancient Wisdom, Modern Science, Joyful Eating”. We’ll serve you bite size portions of the latest nutritional science, along with generous helpings of traditional wisdom regarding the preparation and enjoyment of wholesome food. Doesn’t that sound like a lot of fun?
Wellness is really on my mind and it might be on yours, too. It’s the end of January, the time when resolutions to get healthy often fall by the wayside. But this year I’m determined to stay my healthy best. And yes- there’s a story behind that motivation.
Last fall I developed sciatica. I’d heard of it, of course, but it’s another thing entirely to experience it. Busy and traveling, I had to restructure my life and pay a lot of attention to my body, or risk losing mobility. Pain is a powerful motivator.
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