Thursday, December 30, 2010

As 2010 says goodbye..A list to see where you really are health wise.


  1) Do you drink a lot of caffeine daily?
  2) Do you eat a lot of sugar daily?
  3) Do you eat in –between your meals?
  4) Are you a rollercoaster dieter?
  5) Do you have more than a couple meals served through the window of your car?
  6) Do you starve yourself and then binge eat all night at home?
  7) Do you eat when you are depressed?
  8) Do you exercise frequently?
  9) Do you sleep well at night?
10) Are you an anxious person?
11) Does stress rule your life?
12) Are you moody, or negative all the time, or are your friends overly negative?
13) Do you eat at least three servings of vegetables daily?
14) Is your digestive system working correctly?
15) Are you on more than one medication?
16) Do you drink 8 glasses of water every day?
17) Do you work on computers daily and are your eyes healthy?
18) Is your blood pressure normal?
19) How are you hormonally?
20) Do you use antibiotics frequently?
21) Have you been to the dentist within the last twelve months?
22) Have you had blood work and a physical in the last year?
23) Do you work in a germ filled atmosphere at work?
24) Are you a happy person?
25) Are you always tired and running behind?
26) Do you have bowel eliminations every single day?
27) Are your fingernails and hair healthy?
28) Have you always taken vitamins on a regular basis?
29) Is your skin healthy and do you have adult acne, eczema, psoriasis?
30) Is your cholesterol normal or high, do you know?
31) Are you a diabetic, is it in the family and have you been tested?
32) Do you have a pet?
33) Do you travel frequently?
34) Do you bruise easily and do your gums bleed?
35) How is your memory and do you get headaches frequently?
36) Do you have a nervous stomach?
37) Do you have hobbies or activities you do outside of work?
38) Do you have yearly seasonal allergies?
39) Do you watch a lot of television?
40) Are you a procrastinator?
41) Do you cook at home or eat out more often?
42) Do you study or taking classes or continuing education of any kind?
43) Have you switched careers in the last year?
44) Do you smoke or drink daily?
45) Have you gone through any surgery in the last year?
46) Do you now or have you ever had cancer and completed treatment?
47) Do you salt your food before tasting it?
48) Do you spend more time indoors or outdoors?
49) Are you a slow eater or do you eat on the run and quickly woof your food?
50) Have you always been nutritionally oriented or is this new?

This will be enough to get you started. I think you should print this and answer the questions. You yourself will find a pattern and will almost for certain link many of the problems you may be experiencing to your own bad habits. We sometimes are such creatures of habit that the craziest things become normal until you see them in print.

This list is also something to take with you when you start researching nutrition. If you are lucky enough to find someone nutritionally well versed and trained, they will be able to look at this list and give you a much focused nutritional program that you yourself will get great benefits from. If on the other hand, you go somewhere where the individual knows next to nothing, kindly say thank you and leave and go somewhere else. Never feel obligated to compromise with your health, NEVER.

Nutrition is like buying a car. Not everybody will fit in a corvette; some people need a truck, an SUV, or an economy car. The great thing is when you ask yourself questions and get a better grip on your own health, you actually narrow down the choices, which is a good thing. Good luck...

Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Away we go

 As 2011 is directly around the corner I have decided to start a new blog that will chart all the things I am doing in the media field as well as keeping you up to date with the field of health and nutrition. Being on the radio and working with the best guests in the industry I am in line for great information so that allows me to pass the information to me listeners and readers daily.

I hope to bring you new tools, literature, new testing and give you the best quality choices that WILL help you make changes every day that can and may change your life forever. As older aged diseases are trinkling down to younger ages every year we need to all be aware all the time of our health and everything that does and can influence it, both good and bad.