The Healthy Hedonist

A fun lover's guide to great health

hedonism, n. the pursuit of pleasure; sensual self-indulgence

- The New Oxford American Dictionary

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Whoever came up with the phrase 'no pain, no gain' must have been a masochist!

"Good health is not a matter of deprivation. The Healthy Hedonist presents a refreshing new approach to gentle, practical, yet luxurious self care."

- John Gray, Ph.D., author of the best-selling book Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus

If you want to feel great and have fun doing it, you're ready to be a Healthy Hedonist. The Healthy Hedonist shows you how to have more fun with fewer regrets, more energy with less guilt, and pleasure without pain.

Read the health book for people who aren't perfect and don't want to be. Includes charts, illustrations, resources, recipes and index.

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Healthy Hedonist Tips & How-Tos

My Body
What are the basic principles of detoxification?

This is an extremely important aspect of life in our post-modern world. Most of us are exposed to hundreds of chemicals every day. That, combined with poor choices in diet, lack of exercise, and not enough water or nutrients, causes our livers to become backed up. (more)

My Mind
How can I maintain mental clarity and efficiency as I get older?

What do 678 nuns have to say to healthy hedonists? The 678 nuns of the School Sisters of Notre Dame nuns are participating in a landmark study of Alzheimer's disease. The study results so far show that nuns who attended college, read often, do puzzles and express positive outlooks on life. (more)

My Lifestyle
Five tips for avoiding hangovers

Every once in a while, a person needs to kick out the jams. So I say, "Everything in moderation, including moderation!"

But hangovers are absolutely no fun, so plan ahead

  1. Be like Scarlett O'Hara. Eat something of nutritional value before you go to the party.
  2. Think Italian. Bread dipped in olive oil at the beginning of the evening is a good way to coat your stomach. (more)
My Spirit
Worrying keeps me awake at night, what can I do?

Let’s get one thing straight. Worrying that keeps you awake at night is useless. You need your sleep. (more)

My Relationships
How can I teach Healthy Hedonism to my kids?

Children can be gradually taught to appreciate it through a weekly "special family dinner" ritual one night a week. The announcement goes something like (more)

My Story
Janet, it has been more than fun reading your book.

It's inspiring because it truly works. Last Friday I began to practice the protein in the day (more)