Monthly Archives: January 2018

My experience with floatation therapy

Since I have frozen shoulder, I was told that I needed more magnesium to increase range of motion, and the best method, in addition to taking supplements and eating lots of magnesium-rich foods, is to spend an hour in a commercial pod (commonly referred to as a float tank), or a warm mini pool filled […]

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Vegan Spicy “Beef” Tacos

These vegan tacos have a true barbecue flavor that’s hard to replicate when making a vegan meal taste like a meat dish. These tacos are spicy hot, easy to make, and are so flavorful, I prefer them to steak tacos. The “meat” even looks similar to ground beef. Here’s what you’ll need to make them: 1 can garbanzo […]

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Vegan Mexican Stuffed Bell Peppers

Even your meat-eater will love this satisfying vegan dish. It’s perfect for lunch or dinner. 6 red bell peppers 1 green bell pepper 2 cups cooked rice 1 ½ cups black beans, rinsed and drained well 1 cup white corn, frozen ¾ cup salsa ¼ cup chopped, cilantro 2 tablespoons lime juice 1 teaspoon ground […]

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Amazing Grass Vegan Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein powder review

I’ve been searching for a yummy, sugar-free, grain-free, certified organic, vegan protein powder to add to my fruit smoothies, for years, and this flavor and brand was highly recommended. I was thrilled that I could just buy the sample without buying a whole canister. I added a frozen banana, one cup of cold water, and the […]

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Tracy Anderson exercise DVDs review

I saw Tracy Anderson, a skinny little blond woman, fitness trainer to the stars, on The Dr. Oz show where she did a mini arm workout, and I followed along. My arms were tired after just a few minutes, and I work out with weights consistently, so I got two of her DVDs, shown above. […]

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