Tag Archive for 'cardiovascular disease'

Remember my post “X+Y = Wellness?” In it, I asked: When did this become our dominant paradigm? cardiovascular capacity = fitness = wellness And, I concluded: I’m not saying people shouldn’t run, or cycle, or do things to enjoy their bodies.  What I am saying is that what we need is a profound, profound paradigm shift away […]

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  As promised many moons ago, here is the summary of the talk by Kate Rheaume-Bleue, N.D. from the Weston A. Price Wise Traditions Conference, held in Atlanta in November. (And, if you don’t remember, rather than type her longish name out a million times, I’m calling her R-B.) Let me start by saying that […]

Yesterday, I shared information from one of the most discussed presentations at AHS 2013.  Today I am going to offer up some quotable quotes from the various sessions I attended. Let me know if any of them really piques your interest and I can delve into it more. (If I put quotation marks around it, […]