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About Me

My story begins and ends with food. Not really…but close. My name is Diane Lalomia and I’ve learned a lot about health and wellness that your doctor doesn’t have the time to tell you.  It’s a story about my journey and what I learned while recovering first from the breast cancer in 2011 and sudden cardiac arrest […]

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Healthy Living

True wellness is when your body, mind and spirit are all healthy and balanced. Yes, you ARE what you eat, so skip the chips and do some simple stretches instead.  Whether you just walk around your block or you do marathons, exercise is for everyone, no excuses. Get off the couch! Get up and get going…don’t just sit there. […]

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Recipes

Healthy IS delicious, so check out my recipe collection of clean, organic and nutritious food that you and your family will love. Nutritional information is included with each recipe for your health needs. If you’re eating the right foods, you can eat more food than if you’re eating junk food. No more diets…what a relief! Go […]

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Latest Posts

Flax Seeds?

May 27, 2016 | No Comments

My doctor called today to go over my recent blood test results and one of his “prescriptions” was to incorporate flax seeds in my diet.  Why flax seeds?  Most American diets are higher in Omega 6 than Omega 3 fats…me included. I thought I was eating healthy since I ditched the vegetable oils and forbid […]

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Carrots Love Tomatoes

May 24, 2016 | No Comments

We like to grow our food as organic as possible using natural methods of working with nature instead of against it. Companion planting is the best way to deter pests in your garden. It’s explained in the most read book in my library, “Carrots Love Tomatoes“.  You can learn a lot by studying what goes […]

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Get Dirty and Get Happy

May 23, 2016 | 1 Comment

Gardening has always been a pleasure of mine and it makes me smile to get down and dirty. Now I consider gardening therapy and the most natural form of healing. Why? The best way to get your daily dose of vitamin D is from the sun. Working in the garden it is hard not to […]

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Planting by the Light of the Moon

May 21, 2016 | No Comments

Tonight is a full moon so I got into full swing planting my garden over the past two days. Why?  Because planting your garden according to the phases of the moon is not just an old wives’ tale, there is a lot more to it. Did you know that the best time to plant your […]

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Garden 2016 Finally Begins

May 21, 2016 | No Comments

No snow in the forecast…at least let’s hope not. My garden is officially underway for 2016. We grow a lot of our own vegetables and maybe we’ll even have some of our first fruit this year from our backyard orchard. Usually we get started planting on my birthday which is May 15th and the first […]

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Come with Me to Frankenmuth

May 20, 2016 | No Comments

On the way home from Detroit we stopped in the quaint little town of Frankenmuth, Michigan. Founded by German settlers in the 1800’s it has become a great place to visit during the many festivals in Frankenmuth throughout the year. We got a chance to spend a little time walking down the main street and acting […]

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Blooming Birthday

May 19, 2016 | No Comments

May 15th is my birthday and I’m always eager to start planting in the garden. But this year there was snow!  What the heck? This is NOT what I asked for…somebody take it back! I woke up, saw the snow and went back to bed for another hour waiting for it to melt or to […]

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A Walk in Nature to Nuture Yourself

May 4, 2016 | No Comments

I love a walk in the woods, especially in spring when the leaves are budding, the bird’s song sends melodies floating in the air and the sunshine warms my body. My mind is completely enveloped in exploring the woods for signs of wonder and marvel of mother nature. What started out as a walk for […]

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Meditation – A New Way to Lose Weight?

March 20, 2016 | No Comments

Meditation isn’t something most doctors bring up to their patients, but it could be a great addition to your current health care treatment. I had done some meditation when I was in high school, eating yogurt and referred to as “Hippie”. After all these years I tried meditation again when my cardiologist, Joel Kahn, MD, suggested […]

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Wonder Bread Isn’t So Wonderful After All

March 19, 2016 | No Comments

Wonder Bread was all the rage in the 1950’s. It’s not so wonderful after all. The rise in sensitivities to wheat have risen to create a gluten free market for consumers who avoid wheat products.  Although wheat crops aren’t genetically modified, they are sprayed with RoundUp to dry or dessicate the crops a few days before […]

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