Kitchen Gifts That Are Worth the Splurge

Equipping your kitchen is much like assembling your wardrobe. You can get a lot of bang for your buck by buying high-quality, versatile staples that will last you for years to come. Whether you’re gifting yourself upgraded kitchenware or looking for the perfect splurge-y gift for a loved one, these items show their value in their versatility, quality and long-lastingness.

Upgrade your slow cooker with KitchenAid’s versatile Multi-Cooker (pictured at top). Whereas regular slow cookers operate on the “dump and heat” methodology, the Multi-Cooker allows for more nuance with stages of cooking (sear, saute and more) at precise temperatures, while still saving you from hovering over a stove.

The classic, French-made Le Creuset Dutch Ovens come with a lifetime warranty, although we’ve heard that these sturdy and beautiful pots last for generations. Quality matters in terms of distributing heat evenly and having an easy to clean, chip-resistant interior. It’s so pretty it can go from stove to table.

Having a mandoline makes shaved fennel salad and potatoes au gratin attainable. The Swissmar Borner V Power Mandoline‘s three different blade attachments let you carve potatoes and sweet potatoes into perfect matchsticks for oven-baked fries, shred cabbage for coleslaw, cube carrots, and thinly slice potatoes for the perfect au gratin dish.

Reusable Silpat silicone baking mats are a great replacement for parchment paper. These heavy-duty mats are made in France and will last you for years!

This cushiony GelPro mat is a great addition to the cook’s kitchen. There’s an option to design your own mat, and, seeing as how they make you feel like you’re stepping on a cloud, they are worth the splurge. Cooking, washing dishes — make everything cozier with one of these bad boys.

A Vitamix is the ultimate blender; it perfectly blends smoothies (even if you’re adding fibrous stuff like kale and seeds!), and it can also be used to cook soups. It is the only blender you and your giftees will ever need.

Kerri-Ann is a registered dietitian who writes on food and health trends. Find more of her work at or follow her on Twitter @kerriannrd or Facebook.

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6 Holiday Indulgences Nutritionists Can’t Live Without

Sweet Potato Casserole
They may know a lot more about healthy eating than the rest of us, but it turns out that even those who talk nutrition for a living are still human when it comes to holiday treats. We polled six nutritionists to find out what they’re craving this holiday season — and how they plan to work those indulgences into their otherwise healthy diets.

Toby Amidor, M.S., R.D., Healthy Eats contributor and author of The Greek Yogurt Kitchen: More Than 130 Delicious, Healthy Recipes for Every Meal of the Day:

“For me, it’s my mother’s sweet potato casserole topped with loads of marshmallows. I do allow myself to indulge, but I make sure to follow the ‘two-tablespoon rule’ — I take two heaping tablespoons and then enjoy it guilt-free! (And yes, I do enjoy two more tablespoons the next day if there’s any left over.)”

Try: Sunny’s Sweet Potato and Marshmallows Recipe


Min Kwon, M.S., RDN, Healthy Eats contributor:

“My family is all about the stuffing. And while the classic stuffing has to make a mandatory appearance, I also like to prepare a healthier version. So I’ll swap out the bread for a starchy vegetable, like sweet potato or kabocha squash, or a grain, like quinoa or farro. And no matter what, I like to pack it with vegetables to add more nutritional value and ease up on the carbohydrate content.”

Try: Oyster Stuffing Recipe

Chocolate Clementine

Dana Angelo White, M.S., R.D., Healthy Eats contributor and author of First Bites: Superfoods for Babies and Toddlers:

“Since every day isn’t Christmas and those holiday parties seem to go on forever, I’ve come up with some better-for-you alternatives to decadent sugary treats. One of my favorites is Chocolate-Dipped Clementines, because it satisfies chocolate cravings but makes fresh fruit the star.”

Try: Dana’s Chocolate-Dipped Clementines Recipe

pumpkin pie

Kara Lydon, R.D., LDN, author of The Foodie Dietitian Blog

“I’m strong believer that there’s a place for indulgences over the holidays, but I’m an even bigger believer that healthy food can — and should — be delicious. So I work to find creative ways to take classic holiday staples and make them healthier. For example, one of my favorite holiday desserts is pumpkin pie, but it usually contains lots of sugar and saturated fat. So I make a version that calls for maple syrup instead of white sugar and silken tofu instead of heavy cream. You won’t even know the difference!”

Try: Pumpkin Pie Recipe

Cinnamon Roll

Alissa Rumsey, M.S., R.D., spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics: 

“For as long as I can remember, Christmas morning has included fresh-baked cinnamon buns. I rarely eat pastries, so I indulge freely, enjoy them along with the rest of my family and then go back to my healthy eating habits for the rest of the day.”

Try: Almost-Famous Cinnamon Buns

Stuffing 2

Mary Ryan, M.S., R.D., nutritional consultant at Beyond Broccoli

“I love good stuffing, but I make a healthier version than what was traditional in my family, mainly because I use leftovers from various yummy whole-grain breads (often with seeds in them). This makes the stuffing high in fiber and much more flavorful than the store-bought white-bread cubes. I also mix extra virgin olive oil and butter with apple cider or organic unfiltered apple juice for the liquid.”

Try: Ina’s Herb and Apple Stuffing Recipe

Sally Wadyka is a Boulder, Colorado-based journalist who writes about nutrition, health and wellness.

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Connect for Care

On Tuesday, I spoke at the Bipartisan Policy Center about our vision for the near future where electronic health information is unlocked and securely accessible to achieve better care, smarter spending, and healthier people.

It was inspiring to see so many of our partners in the health IT community come together to talk about a future where we have a learning, connected health care system that leverages technology just as well and just as easily as the latest apps we all have on our phones for hailing a ride or paying our bills. It’s a future where, when your mother falls and is admitted to the emergency room in Washington, D.C. when visiting for Christmas, her doctor back in Texas immediately receives an electronic notification – and another when she’s discharged or transferred. It’s a future where the connectivity and usability of health IT changes the way we pay for care by allowing us to measure and reward quality, not just quantity. And it’s a future where, with ONC’s support, we see development of FHIR-based health apps that focus on putting the person and the care experience front and center—and where something like a prototype “app store” exists as a one-stop shop for your mobile health IT needs.

To make this shared vision a reality, we will need your help. Specifically, on Monday I called on all health IT stakeholders to commit to the following:

  • Consumer Access: Help consumers easily and securely access their electronic health information, direct it to any desired location, learn how their information can be shared and used, and be assured that this information will be effectively and safely used to benefit their health and that of their community.
  • Information Blocking: Allow providers to share individuals’ health information for care with other providers and their patients whenever permitted by law, and not block electronic health information (defined as knowingly and unreasonably interfering with information sharing).
  • Standards: Implement federally recognized, national interoperability standards, policies, guidance, and practices for electronic health information, and adopt best practices including those related to privacy and security.

In order for us to live in this connected world where electronic health information most effectively supports the delivery of care, we will need our private sector partners to pledge to take concrete actions on each of these principles. If we work together, they will set us on the path to real, sustainable progress in the near term – and will allow the consumer and provider-friendly future of health IT we all seek to arrive sooner than we think.

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Nutrition News: Coke-Funded Group’s Demise, Bite Counting and Portion Reduction

Coke-funded obesity group goes belly-up

That didn’t take long. The Global Energy Balance Network, a nonprofit organization that played down the role of calories from food and beverages in the obesity epidemic  (and which, a New York Times expose revealed in August, was funded by Coca-Cola), announced last week that it would shutter immediately “due to resource limitations.” In November, the University of Colorado, where the organization’s leader is a professor, said it would return a $1 million donation from Coca-Cola, while the University of South Carolina, where another of the group’s leaders is on the faculty, says it plans to keep a $500,000 donation from the beverage giant. The announcement came only days after Coke’s chief science and health officer, Rhona S. Applebaum, who helped orchestrate the Global Energy Balance Network’s establishment, announced her retirement.

In weight-loss efforts, every bite counts

Worried about how you’re going to keep off the holiday pounds? You might try bite counting. A recent study suggests that, by heeding every bite of food or gulp of drink, we can maintain or even lose weight. The study, led by Brigham Young University associate professor of health sciences Josh West, found that when people first established their average daily bites of food or swallows of beverage (except water) and then sought to reduce their daily bites by 20 or 30 percent, they lost about 3.5 pounds in the first month. Of course, basic nutrition is also important, West told The New York Times, recommending that bite counters should focus on consuming mostly fruits, vegetables and lean proteins. “Fewer bites won’t help you lose weight,” he told the Times, “if every one of those bites is dessert.”


To combat obesity, think small

As for fighting obesity on a broader scale, a new study published in the BMJ indicates that shrinking large food portions, packaging and tableware could reduce the average daily calorie consumption in the U.S. by 22 to 29 percent (and 12 to 16 percent in the U.K.). The study, led by University of Cambridge psychologist Theresa Marteau, Ph.D., suggests that people consistently eat and drink more when presented with larger portions, packages or tableware. “The causes of obesity are complex, but overconsumption of food and sugary drinks is a critical proximal determinant, driven in part by large portion sizes,” Marteau and her colleagues wrote. “The importance of developing interventions and policies to reduce the size, availability, and appeal of large portions is underscored by the compelling evidence that people eat and drink more from larger portions.” So maybe only a small plate of holiday cookies?

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3 Paleo Recipes for Newbies

Whether you’ve gone fully paleo or are just checking out what your dietary options are, these grain-free, refined sugar-free recipes deliver on flavor and protein. There are no special techniques required, just ingredients that are as close to nature as possible. Translation? They’re minimally processed. Making recipes grain-free is easy, thanks to the transformative characteristics of cauliflower as a healthy swap in for white rice. Almond flour takes the place of all-purpose flour for a moist texture in chocolate muffins, and sweet potatoes take the place of your basic white potato. Unrefined sugars like coconut and maple take center stage as preferred paleo sweeteners.

Turkey Chili Sweet Potato Fries (pictured at top)
Serves: 4

2 large sweet potatoes — peeled and cut into fries, soaked in water for 30 minutes and patted dry
2 tablespoons olive oil, plus more for coating
Salt and pepper
2 cloves garlic, finely chopped
1 small yellow onion, peeled and chopped
1 to 2 red or yellow bell peppers, chopped
1 pound ground chicken or turkey
1 1/2 tablespoons chili powder
1 teaspoon cumin
1 teaspoon dried oregano
1 teaspoon cocoa powder
1 teaspoon salt
One 15-ounce can diced tomatoes with juice
1 cup water or chicken broth

Preheat the oven to 425 degrees F. On a parchment-lined baking sheet, toss the sweet potatoes with oil to coat; season with salt and pepper. Bake until crispy, turning once, about 25 minutes total.

In a medium pot, heat the oil over medium heat. Add the garlic, onion and bell pepper; cook, stirring, until softened, about 7 minutes. Increase the heat to medium high and stir in the chicken; cook until cooked through, about 4 minutes.

Add the chili powder, cumin, oregano, cocoa powder and salt to the pot; stir to coat. Add the tomatoes and water; bring to a boil. Reduce the heat to low; simmer, covered, for 15 minutes. To serve, arrange the sweet potato fries on 4 plates and top with the chili.

Per serving: Calories 280.5; Fat 10.5 g (Saturated 2.0 g); Cholesterol 65 mg; Sodium 180 mg; Carbohydrate 18 g; Fiber 2.5 g; Sugars 1.5 g; Protein 27.5 g

Shrimp Fried “Rice”
Serves: 4

One head cauliflower (stem removed), pulsed in a food processor until finely chopped
4 tablespoons olive oil
2 large eggs, lightly beaten
Salt and black pepper
1 pound medium shrimp — peeled, deveined and tails discarded
1 teaspoon tapioca flour
2 tablespoons gluten-free tamari
2 teaspoons gluten-free hoisin sauce or mirin
2 1/4 teaspoons rice wine vinegar
1 1/2 teaspoons sesame oil
1/8 teaspoon coconut sugar
1 small onion, finely chopped
1 carrot, finely chopped
1 cup chopped green cabbage
3 scallions, chopped crosswise
1/2 cup frozen peas, thawed

In a large skillet, heat 1 tablespoon oil over medium-high heat until hot, but not smoking. Add the cauliflower and cook, stirring often, about 3 minutes. Add 1 tablespoon water, cover and cook until softened, about 3 minutes.

Heat 1 tablespoon of the oil in a large skillet over high heat until hot, but not smoking. Add the eggs; season with salt and pepper. Scramble until fluffy and just cooked through, about 1 minute. Transfer to a plate. Wipe out the skillet with a paper towel.

In a small bowl, toss together the shrimp
and tapioca. Heat 1 tablespoon of the oil in the skillet over high heat. Add
the shrimp; season with salt and pepper. Cook, turning once, for 2 minutes total, or until cooked through. Transfer to a plate. Wipe out the skillet with a paper towel.

Meanwhile, in a small bowl, whisk together the tamari, hoisin sauce, vinegar, sesame oil and sugar.

Heat the remaining 1 tablespoon oil in
the skillet over medium heat. Add the onion, carrot and scallions; cook, stirring, until softened, about 4 minutes. Fold in the cauliflower and cook until lightly browned, about 10 minutes. Return the shrimp and egg to the skillet, along with the peas and tamari mixture. Toss everything together to heat through, about 3 minutes.

Per serving: Calories 360.3; Fat 19.1 g (Saturated 3.3 g); Cholesterol 328.5 mg; Sodium 869 mg; Carbohydrate 16.8 g; Fiber 6.1 g; Sugars 1.8 g; Protein 32.4 g

Chocolate Chunk Protein Muffins
Makes: 12

1/2 cup grass-fed milk or almond milk
1 1/2 teaspoons apple cider vinegar
1 cup almond flour
1/4 cup collagen peptides
2/3 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
1 cup maple sugar
1 teaspoon baking powder (optional)
1 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup grass-fed butter or coconut oil, melted
2 large eggs
2 teaspoons pure vanilla extract
1 cup coarsely chopped dark chocolate

Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F and line a 12-cup muffin pan with paper liners. In a small bowl, whisk together the milk and vinegar.

In a large bowl, almond flour, collagen peptides, cocoa, sugar, baking powder (if using), baking soda and salt.

In a small bowl, whisk together the melted butter, eggs, vanilla and milk mixture. Stir into the dry ingredients until just combined; stir in the chocolate. Pour the batter into the prepared muffin pan until each cup is about two-thirds full; bake until springy to the touch and a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean, about 20 minutes. Let cool in the pan set on a wire rack.

Per serving: Calories 271.7; Fat 19.7 g (Saturated 9.1 g); Cholesterol 52.2 mg; Sodium 25.3 mg; Carbohydrate 21 g; Fiber 2.8 g; Sugars 15.8 g; Protein 7.6 g

Silvana Nardone is the author of Silvana’s Gluten-Free and Dairy-Free Kitchen: Timeless Favorites Transformed.

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Sund livsstil for et sundt liv

Silhouette of couple jogging

At have en sund levevis er den vigtigste faktor i vores liv. De fleste af os ved, at leve med en sund krop er den bedste vej til at leve lykkelige, for at føle sig bedre, og til at se bedre ud. Sund livsstil vil føre os til det punkt, hvor vi kan nyde livet fuldt ud, indtil vi bliver gamle, og vil aldrig opleve noget, der kan skade os eller give os smerte.

I denne artikel vil vi tage dig i en verden af ​​sund levevis og sund livsstil. Det er meget simpelt og alligevel giver dig den nemmeste måde om hvordan man kan udvikle dig op til en bedre og rask person. Derudover vil vi give dig væsentlige oplysninger, som kan indarbejdes til din hverdag.

På nuværende tidspunkt er de fleste af de mennesker i verden har frygten for forskellige sygdomme, og vi er almindeligt på udkig efter den bedste forebyggelse. En af de bedste forebyggende foranstaltninger for at undgå sygdom er en sund kost. Husk, at forebyggelse er bedre end helbredelse; denne berømte linje kan anvendes til noget i denne verden.

Spise sunde fødevarer er en afgørende faktor for at være væk fra nogle umålelige sygdomme og at have en god tilstand i vores krop. Hver enkelt af os ved, at spise sundt og have en regelmæssig motion vil fører os til en sund livsstil. Der er en masse sunde opskrifter, der kan ses i nogle sundhedsmæssige magasiner.

Disse sunde levende magasiner kan købes fra enhver boghandel i dit lokalområde samt sund levevis kataloger, hvor du også finder retningslinjerne i den mad pyramide.

Apropos mad pyramide, det er en gruppe af fødevarer, fortæller vigtigheden af ​​at spise en række fødevarer, som vi har brug for hver eneste dag. Det viser de fødevarer, vi har brug for at spise mindre, og dem, der skal spises meget for. For at nævne én, kulhydrater er den vigtigste fødevare i pyramiden, at vi skal tage, fordi det giver os mere energi for vores daglige opgaver, næste er frugt og grøntsager gruppe, som har et højt proteinindhold.

Men huske på, at for meget er ikke godt og vil have et dårligt resultat. Spis kun det er nødvendigt og undgå at spise fødevarer, der er mere i kalorier og færre næringsstoffer.

Madlavning lys er den mest almindelige måde at tabe vægt. Mange af os lider af fedme med det største problem med vægttab. I vor nuværende tidspunkt er naturlige levende indføres og fremmes, det naturlige holistisk levende. Livet er fuldt af udfordringer, de siger, men vi kan undgå for meget forsøg, især når det kommer til vores sundhed, hvis vi har en sund levevis.

Hvis du vil bemærke de vegetarer, eller de grønne levende mennesker, vil du få at vide, at det, de praktiserer, er noget, der er virkelig fantastisk og fantastisk-den organiske levende. Men kroppen stadig kræver, at vi proteiner fra forskellige kilder, såsom æg, kød og andre fjerkræprodukter med kun begrænset mængde, bare for at opretholde den mad pyramide. Have alle de ting gjort korrekt, vil for evigt-unge bor opnås, langsomt men sikkert.

Nogle af sund levevis artikler som denne giver sund levevis tips, som er meget nyttige og nyttige for alle, der ønsker at starte og handle nu for at få et vidunderligt liv i dag, og i de næste år af deres liv. Her er nogle af de grundlæggende spørgsmål, som vi nogle gange en tendens til at overse

1. Drikke rent vand for hver 1/2 ounce legemsvægt. Afgøre, om du virkelig sulter eller bare dehydreret. Drik et glas vand før måltidet, men ikke mere end et glas.

Spise sundt tager i frisk frugt og grøntsager. I stedet for usunde snacks, erstatte dem med friske grøntsager og frugter. Ernæring er fundet de fleste på de mørkere dem.

Protein er muskel bygherre. God kilde til protein er bønner, fisk, kød osv Igen, ikke spiser for meget af det, fordi at nyren vil overanstrengelse at filtrere dem.

Stivelse bør undgås, fordi de er sukker; blandt dem er hvidt brød, kartofler, pommes frites og instant havregryn. Prøv i stedet kornene.

Øv en regelmæssig motion. Lav en plan, som du kan udføre uden at gå glip selv en enkelt session på grund af dovenskab. Dette vil øge stofskiftet i kroppen.

Fasten er ikke en god idé. I stedet for de tre store måltider, erstatte dem med 5 mindre måltider på en dag.

Fiber er god, fordi den styrer stigende hastighed af kolesterol i kroppen. Du kan finde dem i bælgfrugter, fiberholdige frugter som ananas og fuldkorn.

8. Fedtsyrer er gode til kroppen også. Så inkludere dem til din sund levevis kost. De kan gøre gode negle, hud og hår.

Der er nogle enkle men vigtige måder at have en sund levevis. Du kan øve dem når som helst for at forbedre den generelle sundhed i din krop. Hvis kroppen er i god stand, vil den gode stofskifte føre til god fordøjelse, vil føre til bedre flow af blodet, og vil give os mere energi til at udføre vores daglige opgaver.

The Art of Healthy Living – den sande betydning af Art of Healthy Living


The Art Of Healthy Living er et begreb, der er kastet rundt meget løst. De fleste af den tid, folk synes, det er en “cool” udtryk eller de bare har brug for noget iørefaldende at sætte på deres websted, men det er ikke hvad denne sætning handler om. The Art Of Healthy Living er bare, at en art. Folk aldrig taler om Sund livsstil i form af det at være en kunstart. Folk ser det som noget, de er forpligtet til at gøre eller noget, de gør for at imponere folk. Nogle mennesker bruger Sund livsstil som en krykke til at bevise, hvor selvstændige retfærdige de kan være. Det er de typer, der altid insisterer du er usundt, medmindre du begynder at spise og leve som dem. Jeg vil gøre mit bedste for at rydde op misforståelser om Kunst og vejen for et sundt liv.

Hvad betyder kunst for dig? Du har sikkert haft mange ting pop i dit hoved lige der. Før jeg fortælle dig, hvad kunsten betyder for mig, jeg vil have dig til først tømme din kop te, så du kan smage mine. Dette en gammel Zen udtryk, der betyder at opgive alle ting, du tror, ​​du ved, så du kan lære igen. Hvis du var i skole, og du konstant forsøgte at snyde læreren ville du lære absolut intet mere, end du allerede vidste. Din kop ville forblive fuld og din drink ville gå forslidt. Dette bæger er dit sind, så før jeg fortælle dig, hvad kunsten virkelig betyder skal du først tømme dit sind af alle ting, du tror, ​​du ved om kunst.


Kunst er ikke noget, skabt til at være smuk, er det vigtigt, at du forstår dette koncept for det er en af ​​de vigtigste. Mens et maleri eller en sang kan og vil ofte gange har megen skønhed er det ikke grunden til at de er oprettet. En blomst forsøger ikke at være smuk og alligevel er det. Kunst er stien til frihed. Når du er ét med din kunst, du er fri til at udtrykke dig. Når du bliver en mester i dig selv, du bliver en mester i alle ting. Alligevel beherskelse er ikke noget, der skal nås, men snarere et kursus eller sti at blive ét med. Kunst er en proces og dermed stien begynder på The Art Of Sund livsstil.

The Art Of Healthy Living er noget, der er dybt personlig og kan ikke læres. Det er ikke noget “lært” er heller ikke deres ethvert system eller metode til følge. Der er ingen specifik kost eller motion rutine, du skal følge for at være en kunstner af sund levevis. Du skal lære, hvem du er i universet, og opløse al uvidenhed, vil først da The Art Of Healthy Living Fuldt åbenbare sig for dig. Hver dag er en rejse i selvopdagelse. Vi finde noget nyt om os selv hver dag. De, der undlader at se denne undlader at se den stadigt skiftende. De har forsøgt at fryse livets vand, så det ikke længere kan flyde og alle ting i deres eksistens bliver koldt og uaktuelle.

d5a06eff8703d1e02cacb58d339165e7The Art Of Healthy Living præsenterer vi mange måder at leve sundt fra mange forskellige synsvinkler. Mens nogle af disse udsigtspunkter vil være til nogen fordel for dig, vil der uden tvivl være en anden, for hvem der liv blev ændret på grund af dette synspunkt. Bestemte måder at leve sundt er nyttige til én og ubrugelig til en anden. Når du øver The Art Of Healthy Living bliver du en kunstner og ligesom enhver kunstner du har din egen stil at gøre tingene på. Hvis du følger stierne andres helt og ikke lærer at finde vej selv, end du vil blive for evigt dømt til ikke, hvem du virkelig er. Opdage, hvad et sundt liv betyder for dig, men tage noget at være en absolut for dette er noget, der kan besvares af dig, og du alene. Det kan ikke læres fra en anden for de er en bare et tegn peger nedad deres vej. Dine stier kan fletter på et tidspunkt, men der vil altid være en gaffel i vejen på et tidspunkt, hvor du skal igen spørge dig selv, hvad det vil sige at leve sundt. Nogle tror, ​​at de praktiserer Art of Healthy Living ved at følge andres vej skridt for skridt, men de kan ikke se, at disse mennesker, de tilbeder og følg måtte finde deres egen måde. Selvom de måske har fulgt andre for en, mens de til sidst gik ned ad en sti alle deres egne og fandt, hvad der fungerer bedst for dem.

Kunstnere på alle områder skal forstå, hvad kunsten betyder især udøver af The Art Of Sund livsstil. Lær at leve sundt, men ikke tvinge dine metoder eller systemer mod en anden. I stedet præsentere, hvad der virker for dig, hvilket giver eleven et valg. På vores hjemmeside vi forhindre viden, der var nyttige for en, der vil uden tvivl være nyttigt til en anden. Vi tager forslag fra vores gæster, og vi præsenterer deres måder at leve sundt, selvom det synes fremmed for os. Nogle kunst er mere abstrakt end andre, men er stadig kunst ikke desto mindre.

The Art Of Healthy Living er baseret på kreativitet hos den enkelte. På denne måde den enkelte skaber den sundeste livsstil for ham / hende selv, i stedet for en sund livsstil, der passer en anden bedste, men er svært for dig at vedligeholde. Må ikke føler sig forpligtet til at leve i ekstremer og udskejelser. Må ikke ty til diæter og systemer, der er så streng og stive, at de forlader du spørgsmålstegn The Art Of Sund livsstil. Ej heller bør du være så udisciplineret som til helt at benægte alle facetter af et sundt liv. Du skal finde din mellemvej og blive The Artist Of sundt liv, som du blev født til at være.