- October 28, 2020
With all of us spending more time in isolation and possibly consuming a higher than normal volume of food, I thought I would discuss energy requirements for maintaining a healthy weight. Carbohydrates, proteins, fat, and alcohol are all sources of energy. When these nutrients are consumed, digested, absorbed, and metabolized, the energy becomes available for
Over the years, I have traveled a good portion of the United States as well as a handful of other countries. Although it took me quite a while to appreciate, I now realize that North Central Pennsylvania is one of the most beautiful places that I have ever seen. Furthermore, that this beauty has the
Since the beginning, 2020 has been an interesting year, with so many impactful events and powerful decisions being made, people’s lives have been changed this year. Though one thing that was not unexpected, that is to happen this year, is the 2020 election. Politics has always been a discussion of controversy, leaving nobody entirely satisfied.
When I am working with clients, I often say that small, permanent changes employed over a long period of time add up to big results. Temporary changes, no matter how large, such as crash diets, will only produce temporary results. Therefore, it behooves us to view health and wellness as a marathon, not a sprint.