Author Archives: Toni Crabtree

Don’t Call it a Detox!

March 26, 2014 by

That's what my friend "Ricki" said when I asked her input on naming my first online program last year. Ricki is a marketing pro with 20+ years experience writing marketing copy and working in the natural health field. So when she said "Just don't call it a Detox!" I took ...

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Sweets for the Sweet

February 13, 2014 by
Sweets for the Sweet

The celebration of Valentine's Day has become synonymous with the consumption of candy, namely those little candy hearts with silly sayings on them and chocolate. Lots of chocolate. What makes candy candy is the presence of sugar. Lots of sugar. Sugar has been in the news a lot in recent ...

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2014: A Defining Moment

January 15, 2014 by

Was I ready for 2014?

Yes and no.You would think this is an ambivalent answer, but the opposite is true. Let me explain. For me, the end of 2013 was a time of intense introspection and reflection: looking at my life, where it's going, where I want it to go, ...

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How I Lost My Mind in Myrtle Beach, and Found It at EPCOT

October 31, 2013 by

I didn't actually lose my mind, just lost touch with it. I'm talking about mindfulness and how we can avoid the pitfalls that lead us to overeat, or to eat foods we know are wrong for us, simply by being mindful.

HOW IT ALL STARTED

It started in Myrtle Beach. ...

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Fall: A Time to Fortify Yourself and Your Family

September 27, 2013 by
Fall: A Time to Fortify Yourself and Your Family

Fall has officially arrived. Kids are back in school, football season is in full swing, and next on the horizon are the holidays, accompanied by cold and flu season. If you have young children in your home they may have already brought a cold back from their new classrooms.Not so ...

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The Secret to Your Perfect Diet

August 28, 2013 by

I'm old school. My early nutrition training came from taking Home Economics in junior high, then Nutrition 101 in college, reading every magazine I could get my hands on, and watching science and cooking shows. I've always been fascinated by the topic, and was heavily influenced by what I learned ...

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