How Not to Die

  I am very excited to announce the long-awaited book by my nutrition guru, Dr. Michael Greger.  Folks, this is a revolutionary breakthrough in medical research that will blow your minds!  Pick up a copy by visiting NutritionFacts.org.   This is the book that will change your life forever.  Would make a great holiday gift asContinue reading “How Not to Die”

IT’s OFFICIAL: Processed Red Meats Cause Cancer

This article appeared on NPR this morning.   It is an empirical finding by the World Health Organization. The World Health Organization has put bacon, hot dogs and sausages in the same category of cancer risk as tobacco smoking. The World Health Organization has deemed that processed meats — such as bacon, sausages and hot dogsContinue reading “IT’s OFFICIAL: Processed Red Meats Cause Cancer”

Are you Depressed?

In my opinion,  psychiatrists should first test their patients for nutritional deficiencies before writing prescriptions for Zoloftor for  antipsychotics, like Zyprexa.  Conscientious doctors send patients to get lab work done prior to prescribing drugs or increasing dosages.  There are times when people do need antidepressants.   However,  other times  spinach would go far to eliminateContinue reading “Are you Depressed?”

Cinnamon Sangria, a Rainbow, and a Bountiful Feast

  An unexpected cool front moved through Portland on Monday followed by two days of cold rain.  Unusual for June, but not the least bit unpleasant when one thinks of the good it does the copious numbers of trees and plants around this city.  Besides, we always get rainbows here when it rains in PortlandContinue reading “Cinnamon Sangria, a Rainbow, and a Bountiful Feast”

Congratulations, Maya!

This is our lovely granddaughter, Maya Moreno Craig Cochran, in the cobalt blue haute couture, 😉  and one of her beautiful friends, on prom night.  Feeling lots of love for our sweet granddaughter as she approaches her high school graduation in the next couple of weeks.  She is smart, funny….. so “together”.  We couldn’t beContinue reading “Congratulations, Maya!”