habits of highly healthy people . . . part 2 (of 2)

Covey’s Habit #3 is to Put First Things First.   Maslow’s hierarchy of needs reminds us of this, if you’ve ever studied psychology.   At the bottom of the pyramid is water, air, and food.   If we don’t have these things, we can’t go higher up the hierarchy towards more refined, complex things that…

Seven habits of highly healthy people . . . part 1 (of 2)

Seven habits of highly healthy people . . . part I   You probably know Stephen Covey’s landslide bestseller, 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.   You can relate some of his very true principles to Highly Healthy People, and people who are highly effective tend to be physically healthy more than the general population.…

“biological concentration”

I read a post by a 12 Stepper on the other blog on this site, expressing her frustration about the expense of non-organic food and even wondering if it’s worth it to eat a plant-based diet, with all the pesticides on vegetables and fruits. Dr. McDougall says in The McDougall Program for Women (1999) that…

Good, Better Best: CHEESE

Dear GreenSmoothieGirl: what’s good, better, and best for CHEESE? Answer: Some people think soy cheese is a good alternative. I think it’s highly processed and not worth the expense. Also, it tastes yucky.   Good: cheese made from organic, no-hormones or -antibiotics-added milk Better: raw, organic cheese, no salt added or sea salt added Best:…