Recently my good friend Dashaun Jones has being living
the Vegan culture life . I was so amazed by his Drive to
live and try something so different from how he came up
eating the traditional food culture, so I had to give him this
interview on how and why he did it
Q: So with the popular tradition dishes such as , pizzas,
cheese steaks, mexican grill foods , and etc . So what
made you decide to go the Vegan life?
A: I was trying something new. I wanted to experiment
with this way of dieting to see how it would effect me. I
was drinking 2 energy drinks a day and wanted to find a
much healthier way to build energy. I did research and
learned that various fruits could improve my energy and
thought i might as well go full vegan.
Q: Years of eating food you grew up on how hard was the
transitions to switch to vegan eating?
A: Tough. Real tough. The whole first week all i would
think about is hot wings with ranch. It’s always the wings.
It was a mental thing. I saw results the second day so i
Clean 19 is here!
One Big Healthy New Year Hug
"Clean 19" will offer tips each month on living Clean, this month I am asking you to focus on your goals
If this is your first time reading my Move that Mountain Health Hugs column then Welcome!
If you have been reading and you like what you read, don’t like it, or have a comment Welcome, and please reach out to me with those comments…We as a community need to work together and I love hearing about successes and areas you are looking for success.
As much as I love helping people I know I can only do so much.
My goal for “Clean 19” is to Empower people to take their own control and use resources to be successful. Successful in healthy habits, lifestyle, relationships, work… all are intertwined and must be nourished by you in order to succeed in long-term health and happiness.
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Take a moment to think of all the good things you can say about yourself and your community. Even with loss, you can be inspired when you see yourself working through issues. You can learn from any experience. Now what would you call that? Growth? Yes, it’s growth and maturity. Life is a journey we are all experiencing. We start from wherever we do and move along. We live through a collection of decisions. Some think that they have no choice to change their circumstances. While others sprint ahead, tweaking circumstances little by little.
Izzy Dalto knows all about diabetes. So does her sister, Carmella and their parents, Nestor and Amber Dalto. That’s because Izzy was first diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes at age 3. Now, at age 9, Izzy has become accustomed to her Mom and Dad constantly monitoring her blood-sugar levels, carefully balancing her insulin doses with her diet and activities.
Last Month we learned about eating fresh Fruits and veggies in their respective seasons, it is so exciting now that the fall crops are coming out full of flavors, vitamins and minerals. We also learned some foods that are best to buy organic when available.
On Wednesday August 23rd, 2018 Steve Waite, Funeral Director at Jakubs and Son Funeral Home and Jakubs-Waite Funeral Home; teamed up with Euclid resident and area blogger (https://storiesfromasoulsister.wordpress.com) Emily Holody to offer free weekly Facebook posts about life, loss, and everything inbetween. These posts and a subsequent Facebook grief group (Fire and Rain Grief Group) are designed to assist people as they travel through the difficult stages of loss. Emily took up writing and sharing her story 18 months ago after her best friend Heidi died from Synovial Sarcoma. "Sharing my story, and listening to others share their stories about grief and loss, has given me great comfort over the last year. It is our hope that these Facebook posts can offer peace and insperation to those that need it. " said Holody. Please like Jakubs & Son Funeral Home and Jakubs-Waite Funeral Home on Facebook to join in the conversation.
Join us at Mount St. Joseph Rehab Center for a free “Day of Caring” for those who care for a loved one with Alzheimer's Disease. The event will be held September 11, 2018 from 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM. We will offer a presentation by the Cleveland Alzheimer’s Association entitled "Effective Communication Tips for Caregivers," which will discuss how to decode the verbal and behavioral messages delivered by someone with dementia. We will also pamper these caregivers with lunch and mini-manicures. To save a place, please RSVP to (216)-531-7426, ext 248. Mount St. Joseph Rehab Center is located at 21800 Chardon Road in Euclid.
Gateway Retirement Community, one of Euclid's leading senior living and healthcare service providers, is pleased to announce that their very own assisted living residence, Gateway Family House has received a deficiency-free rating on the state survey and we simply could not be more ecstatic!
Hug 1: Eating fruits and veggies in their peak season offer the most nutrients and best flavors over those bought out of season from unnatural farming. This time of year, we have the yummiest fruits available, soon apples and fall veggies will be here. Enjoy our fresh summer fruits while in season.
Sutton In-Home Senior care is the leading provider of In Home Senior Care, Companion Care, Elder Care and Home Care Services in Springfield, MO and Branson, MO. sutton seniorcare
(Please see this link to a New York Times Science article about deer bringing ticks and disease into suburbs. I see a lot of deer between E. 250th and E. 272nd. )
Have you been blessed to know someone who laughs often and as such you find yourself laughing too, or at least smiling? Laughter is a true spiritual gift that is meant to be shared. You may say "there is nothing to laugh about". How about just laughing for the sake of energizing your body and mind? Yes, when you are having a down moment or day, place your hands on your belly, your abdomen, and do a deep belly laugh. We`ve seen enough Santa movies to know that kind of laugh. It's fun and energizing as you become more comfortable doing this movement. Your natural sound is Ho Ho Ho. Next, move your hands up to your heart area and laugh again with the sounds Ha Ha Ha. Don't stop until you reach your head with the next sound of He He He. By now your hands are on top of your head and you are feeling a little silly but more energized than before. These are the foundational steps to Laughter Yoga which when practiced often has encouraged the sense of "feeling better`. When we feel better we are more likely and able to enjoy the day. Try this laughter practice with friends and family. Laugh through a song instead of singing the words especially at a birthday party. Or just laugh...it's fun and healthy for you.
Ohio Senator Kenny Yuko and Moore Counseling & Mediation Services, Inc. will co-host an opiate town hall on Thursday, May 17, 2018 from 6:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m. The town hall is yet another opportunity for community members, leaders, law enforcement and treatment providers to come together to fight the opiate epidemic together.
To Whom It May Concern:
Job stress took Kerianne Sidoti to the mat, the yoga mat. The slang "go to the mat"points to fighting, struggle. The surprise for Kerianne was that the yoga mat gave her the opposite. It gave her: relaxing, opening, strength and discovery - discovering how her body works, how her mind works. That discovery translated into the A-word, Awareness.
Is It Your Business?
National Infant Immunization Week (NIIW) is an annual observance to highlight the importance of protecting infants from vaccine-preventable diseases and celebrate the achievements of immunization programs and their partners in promoting healthy communities.
Since 1994, hundreds of communities across the United States have joined together to celebrate the critical role vaccination plays in protecting our children, communities, and public health.
Learn about the vaccines your baby needs from a reliable source. CDC’s vaccine website for parents explains the diseases vaccines prevent, immunization schedule, possible side effects, how to comfort your baby during vaccine visits, and more: www.cdc.gov/vaccines/parents/index.html
Join the Cuyahoga County Board of Health in our effort to keep children in Northeast Ohio healthy by making sure your baby is up to date on all recommended vaccines.
WHY GET A FLU SHOT?
Flu shots work well to protect many people.
If more people get the flu shot, it’s harder for the virus to spread.
By staying healthy, you can help to keep your family members and co-workers from getting sick.
If you do get the flu, a flu shot will make your symptoms less severe.
There is a place near you that offers the flu shot.
Visit https://vaccinefinder.org to see a list.
Seniors can celebrate their two percent raise in social security benefit starting with their January payments. Typically, the increase came with a corresponding increase in the cost of the Part B which nullified any advantage, but this year some of the costs will remain the same.
Many people think about making resolutions in the New Year. Lose weight, eat better, exercise more and spend less are common examples of resolutions long forgotten by the first of February. For those grieving a death, resolutions may be the farthest thing from the mind. But perhaps your resolution might be mindfully adjusting to the absence of your loved one. Adjusting to the loss includes making meaning of the life changes brought on by the death. Here are some things to consider:
When Marie was discharged from the hospital, she had prescriptions for ingesting twenty one pills a day, from nine different bottles. The directives were as varied as the drugs: take three or four times a day, or every twelve hours, in the morning/evening/with meals, along with listed times of when the last dose was dispensed. It was overwhelming and mistakes were made.
Are you grieving the loss of a love one? Healing Arts Workshops use art therapy to provide grieving people with a creative outlet for their feelings. The free workshops are offered by Hospice of the Western Reserve to any adult in the community who is grieving a loss. Anyone can enroll, whether or not they had a loved one cared for hospice. No art experience is necessary. The workshops are made possible through funding from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture.
In chiropractic we focus on getting our patients to be active and perform as many of their daily activities as possible. Many times people come in and they are looking to make pain go away so that they can begin to do more exercise. Many times we get asked: what the best form of exercise?
We are looking for pregnant women who are interested in participating in a research study. Our goal is to better understand the relationship between physical and mental stress and mental health.
Biking is a great activity for people who may have low back, knee, or other lower limb issues because it does not cause excessive jolting like running will do. However, back and neck pain from biking can occur and is a problem that chiropractors help with. Your posture and the bike that you use are common mistakes that people make which may lead to back pain.
In 2007, Glenda Jimmo, a 78 year old mother of four was denied necessary at home skilled care for home health services on the basis of non-improvement. She suffered from a partially amputated leg and was legally blind from complications due to diabetes. After multiple appeals to Medicare were exhausted to no avail, Glenda sought help from Legal Aid in Vermont in January of 2011.
The Veterans Administration is a great resource for our retired veterans, but is it enough to offer full coverage for all their benefits or are there some gaps in the coverage you may need?
Chiropractic has been helping golfers deal with low back pain long time now! Back pain is the most common injury that a golfer will experience. The golf swing puts stress onto the spine.
Looking for a summer camp to support a grieving child or teen, or a meaningful way for your whole family to memorialize a loved one? One of the lesser known community services offered by Hospice of the Western Reserve’s bereavement center is a series of children’s grief support camps and family days held in beautiful natural settings throughout Northern Ohio.
The camps are offered at a nominal cost and are made possible through the support of the Conway Family Foundation, Christ Child Society of the Western Reserve, CRL David Foundation, the Goldner Family and many individual donors. No connection to hospice services is necessary to attend one of the camps.
This summer, camps are planned in a variety of natural outdoor settings to help children share their feelings and ask questions in safe, supportive environments. All of the camps are led by trained grief support professionals experienced in working with children and teens. Two family days – appropriate for children and adults of all ages – are also planned. For more information or to register for one of the camps, call 216.486.6838.
Charlie is 64 and preparing for Medicare and retirement. He scans the internet availing himself with a multitude of minutiae in his attempt to bolster his balustrade for surviving retirement and living on a limited income. He weighs the pros and cons of a proposed buy out from the company, when to start his social security benefit and how to structure his debt with his future lifestyle.
Once the weather warms up we notice how much the winter slows us down. If you are just a beginner in running, then there are some things to keep in mind. Stretching is great, but you do want a 3-5 minute light warm up (jog, jumping jacks, etc.) for your muscles before doing a deep stretch. This will help prevent injuries and give you a better stretch.
Autism Awareness must be more than just disorder awareness. It must be about educating the village on what to do, how to act, where to go and how to help. I do not have a child with autism, but I do have three children. I don’t have a niece or nephew with autism, but I do have a niece and nephews. I know what autism is, but I don’t know what to do about it, how to treat it or how to help a family with a child with autism…up until now.
Gardening can be a fun hobby, healthy activity, and helps get you out of the house after a long winter! There are a few things to keep in mind while getting out into the garden to help avoid back pain. After being held in the house all winter your back will thank you if you stretch, especially in the direction of any activity you will be doing that day. Before you get started, make sure your tools are sharpened. As you get started with the real work, use shorter strokes with your tools and take a few extra breaks until you get back into the swing of things. It’s a good idea to switch positions or take a break every 20-30 minutes. If you are going to be down near the ground for a long time, sit on a stool! Extreme bending for 2 hours isn’t great for even a “good” spine. Keep a good posture as often as possible, and remember that bending and twisting at the same time is a bad for your spine. When lifting, keep heavier objects close to your body, and tighten up your abs to take pressure off of your spine. Use a wheelbarrow or get some help if you are unsure or think there is a risk of injury. If you get persistent low back or neck pain after tilling the garden, then it is a good idea to get the spine checked out! Call our office for an appointment at 216-938-7889 or check us out on our website infieldchiropracticclinic.com. We are located in downtown Euclid, feel free to stop by and check us out!
Sara was experiencing extreme pain in her lower back and went to the emergency room. She resided in a Cleveland area hospital for five days and had back surgery to alleviate her condition. Unfortunately, she was never admitted to the hospital, even though she occupied a room for five days. Original Medicare states that a patient must be admitted for three days to be eligible for the skilled nursing benefit, otherwise known as rehab.
Rose-Mary is transforming the way it provides for children with developmental disabilities in Cuyahoga County. The agency recently transferred all of its residents who resided at the main facility into seven new innovative community homes, and it is expanding trauma responsive care training to all employees.
The seven new community homes, which were opened during the second half of 2016 at locations throughout Cuyahoga County, each house four to six children or young adults. Previously, all of Rose-Mary’s young residents lived in the Rose-Mary Center in Euclid. The change from a single, large facility to multiple smaller homes will help better integrate the children with their communities. Further, Rose-Mary staff members at each location will be able to develop programs specific to their homes. This will help them build stronger relationships with the children and their families.
“We are continuing the ministry that is Rose-Mary, and moving it forward,” said Gina Kerman, Executive Director at Rose-Mary. “We believe that all people should have a place to call home, whether or not they have a disability. We work with the children and adults to form connections that are only possible by shopping, working, and playing in the communities where they live, just like we do.”