Monthly Archives: November 2015

Solutions To Our National Weight Gain Crisis

We face a national health crisis because of our weight. The CDC reports that a third of our population is obese. Ford Futurist Sheryl Connelly has reported on research that projects half of Generation Z (that generation born into the … Continue reading

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Cities Defaulting To Green

Cities are the 21st Century battleground for mankind’s adoption of sustainability. It is in cities and their surrounding urban areas where 54% of the world’s population live, including 270 million Americans. Cities, rather than farms or factories, are now the … Continue reading

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Why Diets Do Not Work

One of the key research findings in my new book, The Boomer Generation Diet, is that stress actually causes weight gain. We have all tried and failed at dieting. One major reason is that denial based diets create a tremendous … Continue reading

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How Generation Z Will Make CSR A Business Norm

Generation Z, the first generation born in the 21st Century, is being shaped by a world at risk. They were born into global terrorism, the Great Recession, social diversity, climate change, and too often in the United States, living in … Continue reading

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FDA Questioning Natural Food Claims

Finally, the FDA is opening a review on the use of the word “natural” in food advertising and claims. This review comes as a result of citizen petitions questioning the meaning of the word and even its use in food … Continue reading

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Buildings With Cleaner Air Makes You Smarter

A study just published by Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health has linked a building’s indoor air quality directly to a worker’s (or student, parent, doctor, etc.) cognitive function. Cognitive function is defined as the cerebral activities that lead … Continue reading

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Three Keys To Implementing A Diet That Works

Why are diets so hard? One major reason is that we link dieting with not having fun. We go hungry. We eat foods that do not taste good. We give up social time with friends because we are on a … Continue reading

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