SandraSandra G. Malhotra is the Owner, Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of Regenerate Magazine. She is just a little bit passionate about health and wellness being our...Read More
By Sandra G. Malhotra, Ph.D. Food (/fo–od/) Any nutritious substance that people or animals eat or drink, or that plants absorb, in order to maintain life and growth. The blog topic for the next couple of months is glorious, beautiful, real food — where to get it, why it’s important, and how to have a positive relationship with it. We hope by the end of it you are craving something delicious and nourishing. However, as I write this, I think about how odd such an article would have been a couple of generations ago. My Mom-mom Pasquarelli did not need instructions...Read More
By Sandra G. Malhotra Welcome to March, All! We will be posting insightful articles by fierce, wise women for the next two months. The topic: What do you know for sure, now, that you wish you could tell your younger self. Because…youth, it’s wasted on the young, as they say! I love the submissions we’re getting, so check them out and enjoy. SandraSandra G. Malhotra is the Owner, Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of Regenerate Magazine. She is just a little bit passionate about health and wellness being our...Read More
By Sandra G. Malhotra Welcome to 2018, All! The start of a fresh, new year is exciting and loaded with possibilities. For 2018, we are changing things up at Regenerate. We’ve enjoyed distributing the print magazine in Colorado for the past two years, but want to share our content with everyone, everywhere. Hence, we are moving to an online format only. We will post fresh content on the website and social media outlets on a regular basis, so be sure to stop by often. Every two months we will feature a new topic, and for January and February 2018...Read More
Enjoy our sponsored post… Fads come and go, but what’s one thing that stays the same? Everyone needs a styling jacket when the trees start changing color, the air gets crisper, and that pumpkin spice latte is in hand. It’s easy to find the hottest, new jacket, but harder to find one that will be wearable next season, especially if you’re buying later in the season. The rules to buying a winter jacket and loving it next season are simple: keep it classic, choose something you love, look around and get ready to dish out a couple extra bucks....Read More
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