Guest Blogs

Pondering the Passing of Prince–a personal blog

Pondering the Passing of Prince

2016 has already seen many great artists and performers leave this world. Recently, the composer of the musical score of my teen and young adult life passed away unexpectedly at age 57. As I am pondering the passing of Prince, I hope my words, and his legacy, will inspire you. Take a walk with me,… read more

Guest Blog: “Too Old to Start” Nonsense

kenny peterson world champion

“I’m too old to start…” fill in the blank. Dare You. Try that line around 72 year old 4th degree martial artist Kenny Peterson! “I started martial arts when I was 60 years old. My 10 year old grandson was preparing to test for his 1st degree black belt in taekwondo when the instructor asked… read more

Guest Blog: From Binge Eater to Binge Eating Coach

binge eating coach

Guest Blog: Julie Latz of PeacefulEater.com For 45 years I suffered miserably with Binge Eating Disorder. I was obsessed with food and felt like my life revolved around it. Every few months my weight would fluctuate 40-50 pounds based on whether I was dieting or whether I was bingeing. I could even gain as much… read more

Guest Blog: Crohn’s Can’t Stop Me – Jack Lima

I have Crohn's and I'm a competitive bodybuilder.

I have Crohn’s and I am a competitive bodybuilder. Two things one would think were mutually exclusive, but they are not. All you need is a plan and dedication! I was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease when I was 14 years old. Finally getting a diagnosis was both great, because I finally knew why I had… read more

Guest Blog: Gluten Free Gal

I ate pizza, drank beer, indulged in many a wheat item for most of my life and felt just fine… Until one day I didn’t.  That day turned into weeks and eventually into years, 7 years to be exact. I felt powerless to what was happening inside and outside of my body and I felt… read more

Guest Blog: Health Care Crisis Real Solution is at the…

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Health Care Crisis: Real Solution is at the End of Our Forks! Despite spending 17.7 percent of our GDP on health care, which is nearly twice the OECD (i.e. other developed nations) average of 9.3 percent, America has consistently ranked near last in the OECD when it comes to health outcomes since the 1980s.  Despite… read more

Guest Blog: Theresa Longo on Being Vegan

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Theresa Longo is an international model, actress, and fitness expert. She recently earned the honor of being crowned Miss Italia North America at Miss Italy of the World. When I met Theresa earlier this year we had an instant connection. We are thrilled that she enjoys our products and has written a blog about us… read more

Guest Blog: Laura of The Whole Ingredient

Having been a vegetarian on and off since my teenage years, deciding to try out veganism came to me as a self-styled ‘seven day trial’. I needed to make a change, and be proactive about who I wanted to be. Encouraged by my husband, who had adopted a vegan diet for health reasons a year… read more