I have fond memories of my dad’s Wilted Spinach Salad. The way everyone spoke of it, it seemed like such a special dish. Imagine fresh sweet spinach leaves dressed in a warm vinaigrette made with bacon fat instead of olive oil and topped with crispy bacon and hardboiled egg crumbles.
I always tell clients to look to their ancestors - parents, grandparents and great-grandparents for information on health and nutrition. I have experience knowing that our forebears often knew which foods to eat and how to take care of their bodies to prevent illness.
I don’t eat gluten...I get questions all the time about why I don’t, especially lately with all the negative information about gluten sensitivity on the news and in the blogosphere. Some people think I don’t eat gluten because it’s in style or a fad,
We all know we need to eat more vegetables because we’ve been hearing this our entire life right! I recommend 10 x 1/2 cup servings per day or 5 cups of vegetables every darn day. It sounds like a lot and it can be hard in the winter time.
This is the final part in a 3-part series on exercise. Part 1 of this series included my fitness education and experience and my most recommended exercise - walking. Part 2 included my guidance for resistance training and mobility. Now on to my next set of tips!
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