4 Roots of Optimum Wellness

There are four essential parts to being healthy: Diet, Exercise, Sleep & Attitude.

Vitae Elixxir Healing Herbs

A proprietary combination of ten disease-fighting herbs used for more than 40 years and helping thousands of people with serious health issues.

Books by Author & Health Coach Chris Pedersen

In a world of adventure and imagination, kids’ books in print and digital that encourage a healthy lifestyle.

6 Tips to Lose Weight

Don’t count calories—take a serious look at the food you want to eat, then ask, ”Is this something that will give my body good health?”

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Wednesday Wisdom

If it's white, don't eat it (unless it's cauliflower)—a sure sign of over processed and unhealthy.

Friday, February 10, 2012

The Prisoner of Carrot Castle is on the App Store

The Prisoner of Carrot Castle is now available for the iPad on the App Store for only $2.99.
Grab your cape and join the fun! Aiden is just an ordinary kid—loves costume play, watching clouds pass by, seeing castles in the sky… and he doesn’t like vegetables.

In The Prisoner of Carrot Castle Aiden’s imagination transports him to a far away place where he finds himself a prisoner in a cell made of carrots. What will he do? Must he face the angry King? Will his hate for vegetables get him in trouble? Come along and help Aiden as he tries to escape from Carrot Castle.

When Aiden gets stuck, kids play a role in helping him move ahead in his adventure. The story comes alive as the text is read. Find silly animations and sound effects as the action unfolds.

Through creative storytelling, kids learn that eating vegetables is good—it can actually help them.

The Prisoner of Carrot Castle is an original story written and illustrated for the iPad. Targeted for kids 3 to 8-years-old, the story’s interaction and games help them develop fine motor skills.

Download your copy of The Prisoner of Carrot Castle, please tell your friends, rate it and write a review.

Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Zucchini Saute with Pine Nuts

Here's a very simple dish I put together for a dinner with family using a few items I had on hand. It turned out great so I grabbed the camera to take pictures for passing it on to you. Unfortunately it was dark—the problem with winter dinners—so the pictures are less than ideal. Anyway, you get the idea—quick and easy.

Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Wisdom Wednesday

Avoiding cholesterol? Remember it comes only in animal products. Good reason to switch to healthy extra virgin olive oil and eat lots of veggies.