Watching BC Grow as an A

My Darling Daughter, my Son in Love, and my adorable grandson came to visit last week. Baby Cakes is two years old now. I could write all kinds of grandmotherly things like how he learned so quickly to shoot rubber bands, how his language is developing, how he loves to color pictures and play outside […]

Como zumbido de moscas……

Varias observaciones del Dr. Greg Kelly, colaborador del Dr. D’Adamo, respecto a los comentarios sobre BTD, hechos por Dean Ornish, etiquetando a la nutrición genética (por tipo de sangre, BTD) como ”una sarta de tonterías”, al ser cuestionado este, sobre si sabia que en su gran mayoría, las personas con tipo de sangre O, obtienen […]

Pi Day Pies

Ever since the first year I homeschooled Hannah, we’ve observed March 14th as Pi Day- as March 14th is 3-14 in America. We bake and eat pies, and learn about circles. Since Jack is doing Algebra this year, circles aren’t part of his math curriculum right now, but it’s still been a tradition for nearly […]

Remembering Ben

Last Thursday night and Friday was Ben’s first Yahrzeit; the anniversary of his death on the Hebrew calendar. The kids and I got together with his sisters and their spouses on Friday morning to visit his grave and remember him. We haven’t gotten the official gravestone yet, and I don’t know if we’ll have another […]

Dancing and Running for Heart Health

February is the American Heart Association’s Heart Health Month, and there is an additional Go Red for Women push that specifically emphasizes women’s heart health. Our community participates in the Women’s Heart Health Day with a luncheon and a 5 K run. This year, the Line Dancing Class I participate in was invited to perform […]

Utilizando suplementos de manera inteligente

A los suplementos en general se les define como derivados alimenticios, vitaminas, minerales y hierbas de procedencia no toxica. Existe mucha información sobre suplementos en Internet, y no todo esta reglamentado o aprobado por el FDA o deba ser tomado a la ligera. Jamás se debe creer que un puño de suplementos puedan sustituir a […]

“Sitting is the new smoking”

Twice in the past year or so I have done blogs about how poor health may be related to sitting. Since then, I have made an effort to get up once an hour, even when I am involved in a detailed computer project, and move around. I keep a list of chores and short projects […]