Dos And Don'ts For Heart Patient's Food

The foods that we consume directly affect our heart. It can either resolve the heart problem or worsen it. For heart patients, diet is just as importance as losing weight and exercising, if not more. A diet that’s good for our heart is rich in omega 3 fats. Omega 3 is present in large proportions in fish like salmon. A heart healthy diet should contain reds, greens, lots of fruits and fibers. It should be low in trans-fats, saturated fats, sodium and cholesterol....more

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY

May we remember to take time each day to be silent. Inspiritual: A space for spiritual evolution and transformation...more

Heart Healers

Want to help heal some kids hearts? ...more

What It Is Like to Have An EKG Test

They say one should always check with their doctor before starting an exercise regimen, especially if you are older and have not exercised ...more

How to Make Your Own DIY Wire Heart Ring

I don't wear a lot of jewelry, but I love rings. There's just something about looking down at your fingers and seeing something pretty that just makes me smile....more
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Woman at the Bay

"You black people are so damn Lucky!"It would have elicited startled frowns followed by typical rolling of eyes from my girls.It drew a laugh out loud from the woman behind a certain cosmetic counter at the Bay. From a brown woman to a black woman. ...more

Heart Watch: Day 5

iPhones and heart monitor transmitters have 2 things in common.  They both fall in the toilet if you keep them in your back pocket, and neither or them is waterproof!  I had the giant cell-phone/transmitter to my heart monitor tucked in my back pocket while I was working in the yard.  I had to go the bathroom.  Most of you know what happened next.  I went to the bathroom, got set to drop my pants, when-SPLASH!  In goes the transmitter.  I wish I could say I quickly retrieved it, but I have a severe phobia of toilet water germs....more

Heart Watch: Day 4

No word yet on what my heart is or isn’t doing.  The condition I’m being evaluated for is called atrial fibrillation.  It’s really common.   It’s when the top chambers of the heart flutter a little, or have an abnormal rhythm.  Most people have an occasional atrial fibrillation and there is nothing noteworthy about it.  For some people it is more frequent and can feel like your heart is racing or skipping a beat.  They usually don’t even treat it.  My cardiologist explained that it looks like my atrial fibrillation may be a type of rhythm that...more

Where My Heart Is

14 years ago my husband and I were married.  Drumroll....more
This is a very touching post. Love definitely takes time. Sending blessings to you and your husband.more
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