Browsing All posts tagged under »moderation«

RN Advice: What’s the Harm?

December 11, 2017 by


Daria asks:  How much harm am I doing when I have a glass of wine or an unhealthy dessert/appetizer at the many parties this holiday? This is a great question Daria but the answer is – it all depends.  If you are experiencing ANY pain, illness, sleep disturbance, bowel abnormalities, irritabilities, headaches, or are overweight […]

Boating, Beaches, BBQ’s, Travel – FUN, FUN, FUN!

June 2, 2014 by


Summer is here! Travel plans, kids out of school, BBQ’s, pool parties, boating, beaches, Graduation parties and more. So how do we survive while on a journey towards increased health, fat loss and increased muscle mass? Well, how about we ask ourselves what would increase my pleasure this summer? What if all of these “perceived […]

Watch This: Supersize Me

February 3, 2013 by


WATCH THIS:  Supersize Me 2004, 104 minutes, PG-13 Directed by & Starring Morgan Spurlock For this edition of ‘Watch This’ I decided to offer my thoughts on a rather unpleasant cinematic spectacle. A 30 day carefully monitored and documented experiment of one man, Morgan Spurlock, eating NOTHING but McDonald’s.  Furthermore – whenever offered to ‘supersize […]

Sheri’s Rants # 52: The Moderation Myth

July 3, 2011 by


Moderation is a popular concept that has been promoted by the food industry. They had a slogan that went like this: “There’s room for all kinds of food in a healthy diet.” The promoted idea is that people can eat anything they want, as long as the foundation of the diet is healthy.  Unfortunately, what […]