Healthy Living and Healthy Inspiration Series – #1
Posted Dec 13 2013 12:00am
Today is the beginning of the healthy living and healthy inspiration series. This series consists of articles that I have found during the week that I think you will enjoy.
First on the list is an article from the fitness twins Alexandra and Kymberly at Fun and Fit Blog where they share information about healthy aging for boom chicka boomers. Alexandra and Kymberly asked a question, “ Who Inspires You to Live a Fit and Healthy Life ?” This article inspired me to move, because after learning about how their mother was the driving force behind why they do what they do, it gave me the push to get moving. Alexandra and Kymberly you I love what you do.
This article is one I found on Facebook because I follow Dr. Fuhrman’s Facebook Page. It caught my attention, because I really wanted to know what his take is on juicing and blending. Dr. Fuhrman asks a question, “ Which is Better for my Health, a Green Juice or a Green Smoothie ?” If you are wondering which is best, read the article. Dr. Fuhrman explains the differences very well.
Susan runs the Fat Free Vegan Blog and her photos of the foods that she makes are beautiful. I follow the Fat Free Vegan Facebook Page and discovered a beautiful bean stew that will hit the spot during these cold winter months. Susan shares her recipe for “ White Bean and Garlic Stew .” If you need a hearty stew to keep you warm, you should give this stew a try.
Another Facebook Page that I follow is One Green Planet. A cookie recipe for Christmas caught my eye. The photo is beautiful and you can’t help, but wonder how it tastes. If you are into eating raw foods, you may want to try this recipe. The cookie is is a quick and easy raw cookie with very few ingredients. Raw Vegan Christmas Cookies is green in color and looks like the perfect healthy holiday treat.
The final post I want to share with you is one of inspiration. Aqiyl from the Natural Life Energy Blog shares information he learned from his studies in Organizational Behavior and Communication at New York University. He tells us that one can change, but change is not easy. If you are making changes or want change in your life, read “ How To Change Your life – 5 Things to Do .” It will help you look at change in a different way.
If you have anything to share, please do so in the comment section below.