Author: Steinar

“Look into whether health coaches need insurance” is one of those lines that many of us put at the bottom of a to-do list—and that’s generally where it stays. Day after day. The thing is: Getting up to speed on coaching insurance doesn’t have to be painful. This article walks you through a straight-forward three-step process that won’t require a legal degree to understand. You’ll learn whether you need insurance, as well as the types that work best for health coaches. One note: This content focuses on the needs of health and nutrition coaches in the U.S. and Canada. If…

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The body is well equipped to carry out detoxification on a daily basis. But an unhealthy diet, alcohol, not drinking enough water, daily exposure to environmental toxins, and stress may tax the body’s natural detoxification processes. We created the G.Tox 7-Day Reset Kit to give you the tools to do a nourishing weeklong elimination program with ease. The plan includes a filling superfood cereal blend and a clean plant-based protein powder to help your body hit reset, along with a recipe guide to take the guesswork out of the process. An easy-to-follow schedule helps you experiment with new eating patterns…

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A labor standoff between Chicago educators and Mayor Lori Lightfoot showed no signs of abating over the weekend, as the mayor swiftly rejected a proposal by the teachers’ union to ramp up coronavirus testing and return to in-person instruction on Jan. 18.“The best, safest place for kids to be is in school,” Ms. Lightfoot and Pedro Martinez, the Chicago Public Schools chief executive, said in a joint statement on Saturday. “Students need to be back in person as soon as possible. That’s what parents want. That’s what the science supports. We will not relent.”Ms. Lightfoot’s and Mr. Martinez’s sharp retort,…

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 Art #animals #metal #sculpture #steelJanuary 6, 2022Grace Ebert“Forest of Coexistence” (2019), stainless steel and urethane paint, 300 x 160 x 120 centimeters. All images © Kang Dong Hyun, shared with permissionWhat eventually becomes a stately stag or majestically posed lion in Kang Dong Hyun’s Forest of Coexistence starts with countless metallic branches that splay in every direction. The Korean artist (previously) welds spindly shoots and sprawling root-like shapes into facial features and bodies that are then finished with urethane paint. Creating a cohesive display of flora and fauna, each hollow, stainless steel sculpture considers the relationship between species and…

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Child: Welcome to my Mommy’s podcast.   This episode is brought to you by Paleovalley, a family run company whose products I’ve loved for years. My family loves many of their products and their beef sticks and Essential C are daily staples at our house, but today, I wanted to specifically mention another of their products that I’ve been loving lately, which is their apple cider vinegar supplement. Apple cider vinegar is great because it can support: Breaking down proteins (amino acids) for better absorption, improving the blood sugar response supporting with satiety and cravings. The main ingredient Acetic Acid…

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  Stuffed mushrooms are not only delicious and easy to prepare, but they’re always a crowd-pleaser for parties. For this Gluten-Free Stuffed Mushroom recipe, we’re stuffing white button mushrooms with a delicious creamy garlic, bacon, and Parmesan cheese cream cheese filling. Before baking, we sprinkle them with buttery, gently seasoned gluten-free bread crumbs for the perfect bite that all your guests will love. Baking up in 20 minutes, these mushrooms are easy to make and customize.  WHICH BREAD CRUMBS TO USE FOR GLUTEN-FREE STUFFED MUSHROOMS To get the same delicious taste and texture of traditional bread crumbs without the gluten…

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A big thank you to everyone who was able to make it out to the opening reception of Attack Peter’s solo exhibition ‘Takoro Lives!!’ at Spoke Art San Francisco! It was great to have friends, collectors and other artists come to share this wonderful evening with us! If you were unable to make it to the opening night, ‘Takoro Lives!!’ will be on view through December 30th and appointments can be made here.  For any questions regarding available prints, Attack Peter’s exhibition, or any of our future exhibitions, please email our San Francisco director Vanessa Indies at SF@spoke-art.com  

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This article was previously published August 8, 2020, and has been updated with new information. Vitamin C has always been vital to immune function, but COVID-19 has shone the spotlight on the vitamin in a big way. While everyone is scurrying to stock up on citrus fruits, there’s actually another fruit that contains more vitamin C than any other: red bell peppers. Yes, you read that right. Red bell peppers are often categorized, and cooked, as a vegetable, but because they contain seeds, they’re botanically classified as a fruit. Of course, you might not be as concerned with that as…

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Here are three novels I recently loved, plus the next book on my list… Matrix by Lauren Groff (September 2021)I finally picked up this bestseller — about an orphaned teenager who is kicked out of royal court and put in charge of a dark, cold, muddy abbey in England — after readers raved about it in the comments section. “I don’t know how to adequately recommend Matrix,” wrote Kate. “Not a single line is spoken by a man, it depicts the most beautiful female loves and friendships, and the women are all amazing. I read it in almost one sitting;…

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