Pumpkins and Leaves

As I was driving, I noticed how all the trees lining the streets are turning beautiful shades of red, orange, and yellow. This is my favorite time of year. It’s finally cool enough to go for walks outside, the foliage is beautiful, and lots of great vegetables are in season. I find it so interesting […]

Una genuina pérdida de peso sustentable va más allá

¿Por qué es tan popular la dieta del Tipo de sangre y/o Genotipo (de acuerdo a la individualidad fisiológica) para la perdida de peso? Durante décadas, los investigadores han identificado más de 1.000 alimentos comunes que contienen potentes proteínas llamadas lectinas. Aquí radica el meollo del asunto: estas lectinas contenidas en los alimentos pueden o […]

Alps: the marvelous day

Before I write my last blog about our trip to the Alps, I want to share about the single best day of the trip. We’ll see what BTD applications turn up. HH and I spent three days in the Alps in 1987. As we rode into Switzerland on the train, the views of the mountains […]

Alps and local eating

I had a preconceived idea about how Europeans ate. After a couple of days, I realized that most of what I thought was wrong. I knew that Europeans are much more serious about recycling than we are in America. I knew that Europeans are serious about fuel economy. They drive smaller cars; they ride bicycles […]