Welcome to the NEW WeTalkHealthy.com!

 

With you in mind, we’ve redesigned the site with a new, updated look, new colors and a new logo. We also have a new tagline:

We talk healthy, but we don’t always walk the talk.

Healthy is a word that means different things to different people. Maybe our methods don’t fit what “they” say healthy should be, but like you, we believe that doing something more healthy today than we did yesterday is a good thing.

Let’s take this healthy journey together. Come talk with us!

 

Are you tired of being asked:

“What’s for… [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Dessert]?”

The WeTalkHealthy Answer to What's for Breakfast Cookbook

We certainly are, or at least we were tired of questions like those.

So we developed a solution: Five Cookbooks.

Our cookbooks answer those questions with quick, easy, delicious recipes that you won’t feel bad about serving to your family because they use healthy ingredients.

 Best of all, our cookbooks are ebooks, so you can use them immediately to solve your meal-making problems TODAY.

Another great feature is the price, you can get all five of them for under $20.

That’s more than 100 recipes, for less than 20 cents each.

Why do we talk healthy?

We talk healthy because health matters and life is worth living with a body working to its full potential.

You don’t want your body to slow you down while living the life you deserve.

Sometimes that means receiving encouragement from other like minded individuals.  We deepen the conversation in the Facebook Community where we share health tips, recipes, and encourage each other. Join us there.

Food is an important part of maintaining a healthy body. Other worthy components are exercise, sleep, the gut, and how to apply these components to your life in a common sense way. If a healthy conversation plagues your conscience mind, I’ll study it for you. All areas of health are potential topics for investigation. Drop me a line with your investigative query.

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3 Ways to Eliminate a  Boatload of Candy And, the dentist will thank you Last night the kids got a boatload of candy. They wanted the experience of dressing up and going about with school friends to collect the biggest haul of candy they could get their sugary, grubby...

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Introducing a guest post by Shayne Seymour. You'll see why Shayne is and blogs at Independently Happy. It's easier than you think In his hierarchy of needs, Abraham Maslow included relationships right after food, water and safety. Intimate relationships and friends...

6 Life Lessons I Learned Climbing a Mountain

6 Life Lessons I Learned Climbing a Mountain

And, the bigger education on the descent This past weekend my family climbed a mountain. It may have been the Akers family Everest. My husband and I, along with our two daughters, ages 11 and 5 learned a lot about each other and our relationships. We learned about...

5 Simple Practices on How to Not Suck at Relationships

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Welcoming Ben Weaver and his guest post. Ben helps men not suck at relationships at BenWeaver.org. And, helping to solve common relationship problems My 29th birthday was made of something epic. After training for two years I crossed the finish line of Ironman. I...

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