Posts tagged with: wellness

Exercise is Medicine: getting back

Moving My Fanny, 2/8/16 How did you move yours? Share here After 2 1/2 months, i’ve done toes to ring, squat cleans, power clean. It felt good to grab a barbell to these movements. slow and steady recovery! Strength/Skill:EMOMx6:Odd: 10... Read More


“I know the price of success: dedication, hard work and an unremitting devotion to the things you want to see happen.” –Frank Lloyd Wright #BeFabBeYou... Read More

Exercise is Medicine: Row + GHD

  Moving my Fanny, 2/7/16 – How did you move yours? Share here! It was a very stressful week. I sacrificed sleep and exercise. Today, I’ve pushed the reset button and made my way back to sanity and felt like a... Read More

Powerful video may change the way you view healthy eating

“Meet Jim—the character in our Rewind the Future video—he is a man whose life flashes right before his very eyes, unhealthy habits and all. The choices you teach your child today become the habits they take into their adulthood.” How... Read More

Volunteering with the Habit

Excited for tomorrow’s volunteering with the Habitat for Humanity This is what’s on the schedule (“Day 2”): Install windows and trim packages Install interior framing – wind bracing, deadwood, and attic stairs Deck and felt roof… Install sub-fascia, barge rafters... Read More

The Fantastical World Of Hormones – BBC Documentary

A hormone (from Greek ὁρμή, “impetus”) is a class of regulatory biochemical that is produced in all multi cellular organisms by glands, and transported by the circulatory system to a distant target organ to coordinate its physiology and behavior. Hormones... Read More

Sugar: The Bitter Truth

Watch Dr. Robert Lustic video “Sugar: The Bitter Truth” to learn more about this addictive carbohydrate, especially when it does not come from real whole foods. Sugar addiction was my biggest battle to win. It took knowledge and commitment to... Read More

Scientists Officially Link Processed Foods To Autoimmune Disease

‘These are not diseases of bad genes alone or diseases caused by the environment, but diseases of a bad interaction between genes and the environment.’ ‘Humans were genetically selected for conditions in sub-Saharan Africa, where there was no salt. It’s... Read More

My Best Broccoli Soup Yet

I made my best broccoli soup yet! Woke up to a great smell in the house and warm breakfast! Here is the recipe! Add the following ingredients to a 6 quart crockpot: 2lbs of broccoli 4 cups of bone broth... Read More

Moving My Fanny: Hiking Jack’s River Trail

“Posted by Be Fab – Be You LLC Health/Wellness & Fitness on Monday, July 13, 2015” Moving my Fanny, 7/12 – How did you move yours? Returned to Jack’s River Trail after many years. had forgotten how beautiful it is.... Read More

Moving My Fanny – 6/2/15

How did you move you fanny? Tell us in Facebook   3 rounds: Completed in 14:10min 500m row 12 deadlifts 105# keep light = protect back 21 box jumps 20in... Read More

Motivation: Believe in Your Dreams

What’s your dream? Afraid of getting outside the comfort zone?  I understand this really well. I have been in this boat since December 2014. It is not easy. We must surround ourselves with positive people, keep our heads up and... Read More


KNOWLEDGE + ACTION = POWER! I encourage you make time on a daily basis to enhance your knowledge in various topics of health, wellness, and fitness. This will enable you to make better decisions when it comes to your health... Read More

Join us on July 28 to learn ways to restore your vitality

Come to B’s Bistro for a Health and Wellness workshop on July 26th, Tuesday, at 6:30pm. Sign up at I will share my knowledge and passion about how you can greatly improve your quality of life holistically. Come to... Read More

How To Balance Hormones Naturally

Listen here to my conversation about dealing with hormones and strategies to bring them to a balance. I will share a few reasons you might be struggling with weight, fatigue, brain fog, hot flashes, cravings, depression, and sleep as well as... Read More