What we call health care could be more accurately be called sickness care. When we care for our health, and…
SHARE MEALS In “The Secrets of Long Life,” National Geographic author Dan Buettner looked at three groups of people on…
If you truly want to be happy, and you are ready to make significant changes in your life to make that happen, find every opportunity to care for others and express gratitude directly for the care you receive.
Good nutrition doesn’t have to be complicated. You don’t have to believe in the latest fad. You don’t have to “go Paleo” or become “Keto.” You don’t have to be vegan or vegetarian, but you can if you want. You can eat well based entirely upon your own common sense and the feelings of your body. If you add a little bit of nutritional science and traditional human wisdom to the picture, then you’ve got it made.
Here’s a three-minute podcast that takes you through a simple guided self-relaxation practice. Self-relaxation is quite simple. All we do…
Middleway Method recommends that everyone with physician’s approval engages in regular cardiovascular exercise for your whole life starting today. Even if you experience movement limitations due to age, injury, disability, or disease, it is often still possible to find movements that you can do to bring your heart rate up without causing problems.
Our bodies are made mostly of water and protein. Whereas carbohydrates provide us with energy, protein provides us with structure and function.
The low-fat, low-calorie craze that has been ongoing for decades is one of the most misguided and detrimental fads in the history of popular nutrition.
Carbohydrates are our main source of energy for life. They are the single most important nutrient in the human diet.
A processed food is one that has been chemically or mechanically altered in such a way that part of the food has been removed.