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SKIP THE PIE.ORG Tells The Truth On What's In Food!

Nutritional Content Search Engine Is In This Article!

You Are What You Eat, So Check This Site To See What You're Feeding Your Brain!

By Harris Jensen, MD

Editor, Good Day Journal

Today was the first day of handing out jerky to patients. It's my way this Thanksgiving week, to show my thanks to people in my practice.  Also, natural food is healthier, and studies show what you eat can affect your mood.  People are happier, for example, eating the Meditteranean Diet.

Use Natural Jerky For Your Health And Happiness! sticky icon

I'll Be Giving Away Elk Jerky To Help People Eat Healthy!

Health Benefits Are Those As Part Of A Mediterranean Diet...

by Harris Jensen, MD

Editor, Good Day Jourhnal

Rebel! Eat Healthy And Cook Your Own! sticky icon

 

Want to eat healthy?  Cook it yourself!  Cook your own nutrition bars and then you know what is in them!

by Harris Jensen, MD

Editor, Good Day Journal

Eat healthy!  You read that everywhere now days, but then you read the food label and find...the nutrition bar is really full of all these chemicals: high fructose corn syrup, preservatives, food coloring.

How can you find healthy, natural food and really know what is in it?

Make it yourself! Below is a link to a fitness magazine article on recipes for healthy food bars.

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Creative Podcasts Are Great For Stress Relief!

by Harris Jensen, MD

Editor, Good Day Journal

I've heard more from folks about what they do to use audio files for learning and stress relief.  Radiolab features unique, creative podcasts on cutting edge topics in science, sure to fire up your managment...and get your mind off what's bugging you!  Check it out!

http://www.radiolab.org/

HJ

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Librivox Offers Free Audio Books

Great Free Stress Managment!

by Harris Jensen, MD

Editor, Good Day Journal

Many people have told me that audio books have become a new way for them to manage stress.  To listen to books takes the stress out of a long drive to work, rests the mind after work, and feeds ones intellectual curiosity.

But they cost alot too!

Audible.com is a great site for audio books that has a reasonable membership cost.

Here's how to talk to kids about trauma! sticky icon

by Harris Jensen, MD

Editor, Good Day Journal

A kind and generous reader gave me this link to a wonderful brochure about how to talk to children about trauma.  I thought it was timely given the recent tragic shooting in Connecticut...

http://store.samhsa.gov/shin/content/SMA12-4732/SMA12-4732.pdf

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Stress Managment Ebook Released By

Dr. Harris Jensen...Now Available For Free!

by Harris Jensen, MD

At Good Day Journal we are committed to bring you the best in innovative stress managment articles and strategies.

Today we release to you a free ebook, "The Power Of Optimism."  It is readable on Nook Reader and other ebook readers.  It is offered in epub format.

The four secrets of optimism are..well I'll tell you right here.  Then they won't be a secret, but...

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Tuscan Living and The Slow Food Movement

Show Us How To Feel The Sweetness Of Life!

Live La Dolce Vita!

Soldo Vito In Empoli, Italy Brings Tuscan Beauty Into His Food And Life!

You Can Too!

by Harris Jensen, MD

Editor, Good Day Journal

Tuscany seems magical to the world.  Ten million visitors come to this area about the size of Colorado every year, and for good reason.  Something special is happening here, as it has for 3,000 years.  The people have a love for the sweet life (la dolce vita) that is infectious!

The sweet life?

Yes.  They find sweetness in great food.  

They cook lean meats and vegetables with aromatic herbs, and use olive oil to carry the wonderful bouquet of flavors to your taste buds.  Eat Tuscan stir fried vegetables with Tuscan pork as I did this June, and your taste buds want to stand up and applaud!  Mix paste of artichoke with thyme and other aromatic herbs freshly picked, and another taste sensation will fill your mouth! 

More!  Your taste buds want more!

No high fructose corn syrup, no sick "overfull feeling" and no high fat and high salt and high sugar ingredients.  This is natural food, slowly grown, slowly prepared, and bursting with flavor...and well overflowing with goodness.  The stuff is fresh and tastey.  This isn't American fast food.  This Tuscan food makes you feel full and feel good!

The goodness of nature is getting inside you.  

You aren't just eating Tuscany, you are thinking it, drinking it, living it.  Here's a video introduction to a Tuscan farm I recently visited where I learned more about living "The Sweet Life."

 

My family was invited by the family of Soldo and Katerina Vito to spend some time at their villa in June.   We found them on the site Vacation Rental By Owner.  We happily accepted their invitation.  My family had heard about Tuscany for years.  But was that just marketing?  Just hype?  What is there so special about Tuscany?  What is La Dolce Vita anyway besides the name of a movie?

Their farm was located right in the middle of the greatest places to visit in Tuscany.  They are located just outside of Empoli, and to the west is Florence, east is Pisa with its leaning tower, south is the medieval walled town of San Gimignano, and north is Vinci, birthplace of Leonardo.  Here's the map on that:

 

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Eat Healthy Or It's Hard To Be Healthy

"Slow Food" Helps Us And The World To Be Healthier And Happier

by Harris Jensen, MD

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New Study Finds Biological Basis

For Traumatic Brain Injury Causing Loss Of Memory And Mood Control

by Harris Jensen, MD

Editor, Good Day Journal

I've listed many sources for my articles, now I get to add a reader!  An anonymous reader sent me the article in Scientific American at this link: http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=soldier-blast-chronic-t...