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Hi! I'm Anneliese (also known as Annie). I'm a communications consultant living in Washington, D.C. and try my best to live a healthy lifestyle. I'm very interested in nutritional wellness and how the food we eat affects our daily lives. I'm a vegetarian, so I try to focus on getting the nutrients I need from a primarily plant-based diet (but I definitely could get better at it!). I love fresh, whole foods and finding new ways to combine them to make exciting meals.

I'm excited to be a part of this community of wonderful women and look forward to learning and sharing tips on having a healthy lifestyle--both inside and out.
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Everyday Health and Wellness, Nutrition or Exercise, Career and Networking, Sleep and Relaxation, Preventive Care
In your efforts to stay healthy, what are your biggest barriers?
I don't have enough time
What are your favorite leisure activities?
going for walks, doing yoga, dancing, riding horses, reading, traveling
List your favorite foods. Feel free to include guilty pleasures!
peanut butter, avocados, almost all vegetables (!), margherita pizza, and last but certainly not least... french fries
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Anneliese's Blog

How do you keep track of health screenings and tests?

Posted on March 25, 2013 at 6:30am 1 Comment

Although I consider myself a fairly healthy individual, I am not on top of regular health screenings. I exercise, try to eat (mostly) healthy foods, and make and effort to get near 8 hours of sleep at night. While I trust my physicians, I want to take charge of my own health and know what I need to be screened for and when. Wouldn’t it be great if there was a chart with this information? As it turns out, there is! has an …


Red Meat: How Much is Too Much?

Posted on March 20, 2013 at 5:00am 3 Comments

"More red meat, more mortality."

This was the NY Times headline that caught people’s attention in March. It’s not that we didn’t suspect that eating a hamburger every day was bad for our health, we just didn’t know how bad. No one could provide substantiated, long-term evidence.

All that changed when the Archives of Internal Medicine published results from a study involving 121,342 men and women who filled out questionnaires about health…


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