…..think of taking a “field trip”. It could be a weekend hike, kayaking, a wine tour, or just sharing special time with special people. A daily field trip could be as simple as enjoying the moment outdoors with intention, sharing a moment with a child or grandchild with intention, or whispering in the wind with intention. You get the idea, […]


A superfood defined by wikipedia is “used to describe foods with supposed health benefits.” With that definition my mind immediately goes to foods like kale, spinach, asparagus, apples, cucumbers, onions, swiss chard and sauerkraut. These ‘superfoods’ all have definite health benefits that we have been enjoying for generations! Did you know that as of 2007 the marketing term of “superfoods” is […]

I was loving those digestive enzymes when my stomach was yelling at me after a bout with the stomach virus!  Yesterday, I blogged about it and said I would give you the scoop on what they are and how they work along with some info on probiotics. Here goes. Digestive enzymes are a supplement available in powder or pill form, filled with ingredients […]

stomach upset

As I sit here writing this blog, I am getting over a stomach bug. A bad nasty little creature! I wanted to share what I learned about healing during this virus. First, is that I love my Epica more than ever! Wondering about my faithful companion? Here is a glance at her: Yes, she is a hot water bottle, and […]

Wolfert with friends

The word alone can set off a myriad of feelings; none positive that I know of. Fear, pity, empathy, anger and sorrow – to name a few. None of which this strong willed lady bought into for more than 20 minutes. After all, she said “what am I going to do, cry about it?” If you have had someone you care […]

health rules

RIGHT-SIZE YOUR MEALS “Is dinner the biggest meal of your day?  Time to switch that.  Lunch should be the largest meal – packed with protein, good fats, and vegetables – because midday is when digestion peaks.  Breakfast should be significant too.  In the morning your body needs energy and your metabolism is cranking – think good fats delivered via avocado, […]


TrainSmart hit the Internship jackpot! We have some great individuals who are joining our team on a temporary basis as Interns from The University of Buffalo’s Exercise Science Program. We are very excited to have them on board! In an effort to see our training from a new set of eyes, we’ve asked them to write down their experiences in […]


So many of us have some type of device that counts the steps we take. It’s an incentive to stay moving and have a little fun at the same time. Here are some tips to meet your walking goals: CAR PARKING – Whether it’s at work or grocery shopping, park where you have to walk the distance of the lot. […]

red toxic

I’m on a quest to swap out as many products as I can in my house that have harmful chemicals with ones that don’t cause impairment. I started a while back by getting into essential oils, and making some of my own products, but got distracted.  So I’m going to give it my best shot again and see what I can accomplish […]

I remember when chia was introduced as a ‘superfood’ and the trendy thing to buy. The truth is what goes around comes around. Chia dates back to about 2500 B.C. as a food source. It was looked upon as a great fount of energy; a food staple in the Aztec and Myan populations. Oh, and for those of us old enough to remember, let’s not […]