I just want to thank all the readers for the last year of readership. I’ll be taking a break from writing for a couple of weeks but here are a couple things to hold you over in the meantime. I also want to hear from you – the readers about what you want to hear more of and what we can do better.
Help Make YLB Better
When I first Started Your Living Body, I did so as an outlet to as a way to voice my more holistic thoughts in my world that’s surrounded by conventional and emergency medicine. I started with probably around ten readers or so today and over the last few years, readership has grown to several hundred readers a day. So I’d like to thank you, the readers, for reading my thoughts.
What I’d like to ask from you, the readers is, how can I make Your Living Body better?
- What kind of articles would you like to hear about?
- Any specific features?
- More fitness tips?
- More food tips?
- Any issues with the way the site works?
Tell me what you like or dislike by leaving a comment below and don’t be shy! I’ll be back after the new year. Until then, have a Merry Christmas, enjoy your holidays, and be safe throughout the New Year.
In the mean time….
Here are some things you may have missed over the holidays:
Peppermint mochas, mint cookies, peppermint back, mint tea – the month of December is filled with all things mint and here are some surprising benefits that mint has to offer – sans the sugar filled treats.
The holiday season is upon us – my favorite time of year. Don’t head off to the store without seeing this amazing list of ten Paleo cookies you must try this season. Your friends and family will thank you.
Your health is never something you should take for granted. Your health is definitely not something that you should put on the back burner in your life either. Working in healthcare and specifically in the emergency room has given me a different perspective on health than the average person could ever imagine.
For many of us Thanksgiving is about traditions, family, and having a good time. It’s that one day to not really care about anything we put in our bodies. Well, we can still have a good time and be healthy. Here are ten recipes to make your Thanksgiving more amazing and wow your friends.
The truth behind tryptophan and Thanksgiving sleepiness. It’s not what you might think that causes tiredness after eating a large Thanksgiving meal