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The English word "health" comes from the Old English word hale, meaning "wholeness, a being whole, sound or well."


Definitions from the medical dictionary:


1. The state of the organism when it functions optimally without evidence of disease or abnormality.


2. A state of dynamic balance in which an individual's or a group's capacity to cope with all the circumstances of living is at an optimal level.


3. A state characterized by anatomic, physiologic, and psychological integrity, ability to perform personally valued family, work, and community roles; ability to deal with physical, biologic, psychological, and social stress; a feeling of well-being, and freedom from the risk of disease and untimely death.


What does "health" mean to you?  Is it a priority to you?

Healthy coffee anyone?  There are many articles and research on the negative effects of drinking coffee.  After researching for a healthy coffee, I came across one that uses a high quality of coffee and mixes the Red Reishi mushroom powder with it. 


It doesn't sound good but I promise it is, and it has health benefits.  We drink it - you owe it to yourself to try it.


Order HealthyCoffee here and let us know how you like it.

A healthy diet is one that helps maintain or improve general health.


It is important for lowering many chronic health risks, such as obesity, heart disease, diabetes, hypertension and cancer.   


A healthy diet involves consuming appropriate amounts of all essential nutrients and an adequate amount of water.  Nutrients can be obtained from many different foods, so there are numerous diets that may be considered healthy.


A healthy diet needs to have a balance of macro nutrients (right kinds of fats, proteins, and carbohydrates), calories to support energy needs, and micro nutrients to meet the needs for human nutrition without inducing toxicity or excessive weight gain from consuming excessive amounts.

It can improve the quality of your meals nutritionally when you eat most of your meals at home.
Healthy meal planning starts with the correct information and healthy foods.  


By integrating the information into your daily life for you and family, all of you can become much healthier.
Healthy meal planning can be done on the weekend when you have more time and aren't rushed.


It doesn't have to be hard to do or take a lot of time.


You have to be sure to have the ingredients
on hand for each meal through the week.


Write down the menu for each evening for the next week. Check your stock to see if you need to
make a grocery list to be able to complete each dinner.


Click Here for help with  healthy meal planning.

Healthy salad dressings are those that are using full fat instead of fat-free or low-fat dressings and using the right kinds of oils.  There are certain kinds of fats your body needs just to function properly.


Choosing the wrong salad dressing can add hundreds of calories to a "low calorie" salad and negate many of the potential health benefits.  One of the best solutions is to make a quick vinaigrette at home using healthy oils. 


Although all oils contain around 160 calories per tablespoon, some are more heart healthy than others:  olive, flaxseed, avocado.


Here are some recipes for healthy salad dressings.

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