By treating aging as a disease are we just prolonging the inevitable or can we change the course of our lives?
Heart disease, dementia and cancer are avoidable and not inevitable consequence of aging if we eat a diet-style predominantly of unrefined plant foods.
The Three Habits of Health
To live a healthy life, excellent nutrition, exercise and a positive mind-set are essential. As you plan for your health future, you must consider the three important components that pay the biggest dividends: nutrition, exercise, and positive mind-set.
“Trademarked” for Health
Champions of Health Contest, First Place Winner - Read how Nora became a trademark for health for her family after battling her own share of health problems.
An Invitation for Change
Champions of Health Contest, Second Place Winner - Read how Judy provided life-changing encouragement and support to Christine, who nominated Judy as her Champion of Health.
Got Green Stuff?
Champions of Health Contest, Third Place Winner - What does a green-mustached 4-year-old have to do with inspiring a family to make better food choices? Everything! Here’s how it happened…
Fighting Disease with G-BOMBS
The Nutritarian eating style is more than a strategy to lose some weight. In this article, Emily Boller encourages readers to commit to fighting disease for their families with the best arsenal of ammunition possible: G-BOMBS!
Have You Caught the "Extreme-itis" Bug?
Emily Boller writes openly and honestly about the social challenges Nutritarians face when steadfastly adhering to one’s healthy food choices — especially in public.
Successful People Aren't Born that Way
Emily Boller has interviewed many nutritarians throughout the years, and has revealed some startling similarities among those who are most successful at achieving their health goals. She reveals the similarities and other skills that separate those who “try” from those who flourish, as a nutritarian.
Imagine the Revolution!
Emily Boller, asks readers to “Imagine the Revolution” as she envisions a society free of the financial and emotional burdens associated with a civilization in which risky behavior is condoned, and even rewarded.