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CoSigned by One of the best: The Forward to The Black Girl’s guide to intermittent fasting and nutriton

Edward Williams, Physician Assistant, who I call the “Malcolm X of Health” has written the forward to my book. I met Eddie via IG in 2018. He happened across one of my posts where I discussed the ancestors and he DM’d me (felt more like an interrogation lol) about my health and wellness endeavors. After … Continue reading CoSigned by One of the best: The Forward to The Black Girl’s guide to intermittent fasting and nutriton

The US HealthCare System: The Black Body’s Highest Bidder

“Most of us came here in chains and most of you came here to escape your chains. Your freedom was our slavery and therein lies the bitter difference in the way we look at life” John Oliver Killens The enslavement and subsequent dehumanization and subjugation of our ancestors was big business that generated massive profits. … Continue reading The US HealthCare System: The Black Body’s Highest Bidder

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They Lied: Eggs are Not Healthy

“It is easier to change a man’s religion than to change his diet.” Margaret Mead I always cringe when I hear people say they are going to start eating “healthy”, and suddenly eggs, boiled eggs specifically climb to the top of the list of healthy foods to consume for breakfast, lunch, and snacks. This is … Continue reading They Lied: Eggs are Not Healthy

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Tackling Childhood Obesity in the Black Community

May we raise our babies with our indigenous love, rather than with our colonial pain” @indigenousmotherhood You know the saying, “When white folks catch a cold, Black folks get pneumonia?” The same can be said when discussing childhood obesity. Childhood obesity rates grew 50% between 1986 and 1998 for white American children, but a whopping … Continue reading Tackling Childhood Obesity in the Black Community

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Greetings!, I’m Kathleen and I’ve been writing since I was 14. I write what I live, love, struggle through and overcome. Dr. John Henrik Clark said, “Take what you do best and do it for your people” and this blog is just that. One of my attempts to add some sunshine, hope, love and knowledge to my people!

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