While it is neither the highest nor the widest waterfall in the world, it is classified as the largest, based on its width of 1,708 metres (5,604 ft) and height of 108 metres (354 ft), resulting in the world’s largest … Continue reading ?
In case you missed the big news, we released a new book last week: The South Asian Health Solution. Order a copy by Wednesday to get a free gift and a chance to win a one-on-one consultation with author Dr. Ronesh Sinha. Learn all the details here. Episode #9 of The Primal Blueprint Podcast is now […]
The Jubilee Project continues to provide us all with heartwarming videos. Check out this one. Or watch it here:
Kicking off the week with my Kellogg Advisory Board meeting (all strong, established, professional women) and ending with the ALDI #inTheKitchen event (more amazing women all motivated, fit and driven) I have been surrounded by woman all week which, living in a household of boys, has been refreshing. Funny enough I was [...]
Since March kicked off with the Academy Awards, it's no wonder we've all got movies on the mind. Fortunately, this month has new releases to suit every craving, from belly-aching comedies to Biblical epics. The Grand Budapest Hotel,Show More Summary
On behalf of the author and the entire staff at Primal Blueprint Publishing, I’m pleased to announce the release of The South Asian Health Solution, by Dr. Ronesh Sinha. South Asians are some of the most sedentary, insulin resistant people on the planet, making India a global capital for conditions like diabetes and heart disease, […]
The Journey Continues Backpacker TV: In 1999, Steve Fugate lost his son to suicide. A few years later, he lost his daughter to a drug overdose. At sixty-four years old, he has walked across the United States seven times to … Continue reading ?
Tomorrow, actress Eva Mendes celebrates her 40th birthday! Eva has always managed to make her health and fitness a priority, whether she's busy filming, spending time with her beau, or working on a number of charitable causes. We'reShow More Summary
So, who's already obsessed Divergent? I totally missed the books, but I saw Shailene Woodley crush it while watching the trailer a few months ago and made a major mental note -- like an "I plan on going opening day even if none of my friends will" note. Show More Summary
We’re in a series right now called Cheeseburgers and The Church: the health message. As I (Sarah) look around the faith community I see a few common denominators: obesity, food (a lot of the wrong “food”), unhealthy people and hypocrisy. How can we take care of the souls of the people when we treat our […]
Editor’s Note: Today we share the sixth story from the new media planning projects supported by AIDS.gov in summer 2013. To read earlier posts in this series, click here: The goal of the Baylor College of Medicine Teen Health Clinic’s website expansion project was to assist adolescents in their searches for reproductive, family planning and...
Episode #8 of The Primal Blueprint Podcast is now live. This time, I answer reader questions. To ask your own for future podcasts, click the blue “Submit a Question” button in the sidebar to leave me a voicemail. Research of the Week Fermented food as ancient psychiatrist: the many links between probiotics, the gut, and mental health. […]
REST IN PEACE, ALICE HERZ-SOMMER At the top of last Saturday's Interesting Stuff, I told you about Alice Herz-Sommer, the 110-year-old musician and oldest Holocaust survivor. The next day, Sunday, she died in a hospital in London after having been...
Donna McKechnie, Jim Brochu, Rick Stockwell, Pamela Myers.Ira Denmark, Character Man Director Robert Bartley, Rick Stockwell, Richard Bell. When Jim called Donna McKechnie, legendary Broadway performer, to come to the tiny Urban Stages...Show More Summary
While combing through the Blog's 6 year archives, I discovered some pretty creative short posts and thought I would share the best 5 here, my Bellyitch Blog Haiku. poor soon-to-be-middle child. He insists on sitting on my rapidly vanishing lap. Show More Summary
Throw reality out the window for a second and entertain a hypothetical. Imagine you can only do one exercise for the rest of your life. If you had to choose a single exercise to do for the rest of your life, right here today, what would it be? It’s a popular question with a divergent […]
I've seen this little pattern time and time again: student finds teacher; student practices with teacher and comes to respect, adore, worship teacher; student blindly follows teacher; student places teacher high atop a pedestal; student is shocked/disgusted/disillusioned/heartbroken when the teacher...
Post by Jenny Erikson. Stand-up comic Erin Keaney is a far braver woman than I, and I think she may be my hero right now. The 43-year-old mom of two recently uploaded her hilarious “Muffin Top” video to YouTube to preach about body acceptance. I love when people can accept their flaws -- perceived or real -- and chose to laugh at them. Show More Summary
Yesterday, I found "BadOlympicEvents" trending on twitter. Here were my 25 favorite: Those last 2... poor Bob Costas. I don't know how "BAD" some of those are. I'd actually watch most of those! RELATED: What if famous natural history...Show More Summary
The designers at Fisher-Price have been busy! Earlier this week I had the chance to visit their showroom at Toy Fair and am excited to show off some of the great new products you can expect to see in stores later this year!