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Protein Sparing GYROS – Maria Mind Body Health

I love gyros but store bought gyro meat contains gluten.

While I was on my keto retreat in Bali, the people who came on my retreat mentioned I should make gyro meat like my homemade deli meat recipe. So I

Croque Monsieur Protein Bread Pudding

Easter is coming! I love Easter brunch and the past few years it always includes a recipe using my protein sparing bread! This year I am making my protein sparing bread Croque Monsieur Bread Pudding!

Croque Monsieur bread pudding is

Teaching Braille in PE – PHE America

Each school year, I teach a unit called “Abilities Awareness.” Making students aware of each other’s different abilities helps us become better citizens and leads to a more positive and inclusive school climate. This awareness leads to empathy and a

Food insecurity can drive faster rates of cognitive decline

Illustration of an senior citizen holding a small bag of groceries in hand

Illustration: Sarah Grillo/Axios

Food insecurity late in life is associated with unusually rapid declines in brain functions that are necessary for everyday activities, according to a new study.

The big picture: Older adults facing food insecurity, which is rising nationwide,

An Administrative Perspective – PHE America

As we begin a new year, the Society of Health and Physical Educators (SHAPE America) continues to engage two national task forces to revise the national standards in health and physical education and I consider this work to be critical

A Perceived Philosophical Conflict – PHE America

I am the only female in my high school PE department. It’s been this way for 20 years. The one time another female came in she tried to out-alpha the football coach and got removed from teaching PE and placed