Fishy Stuff

A breakfast* staple in my house is greek yogurt. Usually mixed in with cacao powder, omega-3 fish oils, and sometimes topped with honey. It’s simple to make, loaded with protein, available in low- or non-fat versions and tastes delicious. My kids love it! Compared to a grain-based breakfast cereal this is a huge improvement. The… Continue reading Fishy Stuff

Heartbeat 18

Welcome to the Heartbeat- a roundup of interesting facts, studies, news, and tidbits on health, diet, and living your best life. Health NY Times says there’s no “good” or “bad” way to eat. Just wrong. Agree to disagree, reduced meat diets help the environment. Lookup: Pasture-raised animals Listening to good music improves brain elasticity. Also,… Continue reading Heartbeat 18

Heartbeat 17

Welcome to the Heartbeat- a roundup of interesting facts, studies, news, and tidbits on health, diet, and living your best life. Coffee and tea reduce stroke, dementia. I’m in. Reduce your carbon footprint by avoiding candy, pastries, fried foods. Diet trumps drugs for health & anti-aging. Regular hot & cold exposure increase energy expenditure, burns… Continue reading Heartbeat 17

Heartbeat 16

Welcome to the Heartbeat- a roundup of interesting facts, studies, news, and tidbits on health, diet, and living your best life. Shouldn’t come as a surprise- fermented food diet increases microbiome diversity & lowers inflammation. More data coming soon to your wearables- this seems like a big leap forward. Anytime I have a headache I… Continue reading Heartbeat 16

Parents at the Park

I was at the park the other day running around with my kids. We played freeze tag, did a little skateboarding (which mostly means I’m running & hold them next to them as they’re learning to balance), laughing and chasing one another. It was a ton of fun and great exercise. I saw another parent… Continue reading Parents at the Park

At what cost?

My wife mentioned wanting to buy a couple of books from Amazon. Easy to accomplish and they’d arrive in 2 days, at most. We have a book store down the street, but delivery is more convenient. But what’s the cost? What am I giving up? We’ve heard about the horror stories of the inhumane environment… Continue reading At what cost?

Praise for the Middlemen

“So you’re basically a middleman?” He didn’t mean to be offensive, but that’s how I took it. Whenever I’m insulted, I try to pause and zoom out and look at the bigger picture. Middlemen, and women, are everywhere. They’re adding value, context, convenience, and process and packaging and marketing. They’re seeking the value upstream, magnifying… Continue reading Praise for the Middlemen

Heartbeat 15

Welcome to the Heartbeat- a roundup of interesting facts, studies, news, and tidbits on health, diet, and living your best life. More evidence supporting the Yamanaka theory behind muscle regeneration. Wearables data provide another angle in overall health. Good news. Fat around organs increase risk of failure. Beta-sitosterol, found in avocados and pistachios, found to… Continue reading Heartbeat 15

Writing tools

I use 3 different computers on a daily basis, several phones, and a couple tablets- all part of the job. I use a handful of digital writing tools- Text Edit, Pages, Notion, Confluence, and Gutenberg (WordPress, which this website is using). I’m intrigued by others- such as ClickUp and Roam. I really think taking notes… Continue reading Writing tools