The Science of Fat Shaming

August 5, 2013 // 0 Comments

*Updated October 11, 2014 This blog post is Rated R for adult language due to the serious nature of this issue. I recently saw a post on Facebook that had an image of overweight/obese children and I found the comments disturbing. So I asked for opinions [...]

Breast Feeding and Attachment Parenting

January 28, 2013 // 0 Comments

Are you effien kidding me?   No, I’m not talking about the cover. I’m talking about the obscene level of immaturity and people who were ‘disgusted’ or ‘weirded out’ or had an opinion to share about a woman feeding her child. Same goes [...]

White Devils & Witch Hunts

January 28, 2013 // 0 Comments

Mayor Bloomberg wants to ban sodas over 16 ounces in restaurants & other fun places because people are too damn fat! And fat asses need to be taught a lesson Mayor Bloomberg: ‘We’re Simply Forcing You To Understand’   I stopped drinking [...]

Eco Farming Near New York City

October 27, 2011 // 0 Comments

My client recently left NYC, took her kids and moved to the country. A single mother with two amazing kids, left the hustle and bustle of Manhattan and set up an organic sustainable farm in upstate New York. They grow most of their own food. They [...]

On Dogma, Diets and Delusion

August 10, 2011 // 0 Comments

Ever had this happen to you? Someone asks you what you ate for dinner and if you respond with something delicious and nutrient dense like grass fed beef, coconut oil, bacon or bone broth – that the conversation takes a puzzling turn of events? Have [...]

Travel Tips for the Summer

July 20, 2011 // 0 Comments

I just returned from a trip to Florida where I visited family, friends and clients. Since people are traveling a lot right now (summer), I get asked about healthy travel tips and how to socialize with people who do not eat or value health like we do. [...]

Want to Lose Weight? Think This, Not That

December 15, 2010 // 14 Comments

One of the reasons I like to discuss ‘mistakes’ people make with health, weight loss & nutrition – is because there is a disproportionate ratio of bad to good information on the topic of weight loss and therefore, a lot of good people make [...]

Killer At Large

November 19, 2008 // 0 Comments

If any of you are in the New York Metro area, check this out… There is a movie premiere Friday evening at 6:30 pm for Killer At Large It is a documentary about childhood obesity and it looks really good. I know the executive producer & and if [...]