Grandma Gone Granola™: Simple, Inexpensive Tips for Healthy Living

Hi! My name is Becky Lyles. I’m a mom and grandma with a desire to share simple, inexpensive tips for healthy living. Feeling good and taking care of your family’s health doesn’t have to involve hefty health club fees or high-priced products from your supermarket’s nutrition aisle.

I became interested in healthcare when I experienced a health crisis—to be accurate, three crises in the form of pre-eclamptic pregnancies (also known as toxemia of pregnancy or pregnancy-induced hypertension). Later, ear infections, milk allergies and other childhood ailments as well as my own dis-ease spurred me to a lifelong search for optimal health.

I don’t have all the answers (still searching for the cure for hot flashes!), but I have learned a bit about diet, exercise, supplements and other self-help options over the years. And how to feed children, from toddlers to teens,  nutritious meals on a limited budget. Plus, I’ve experienced the benefits of regular exercise.

We’re all on the journey together, trekking across beautiful Planet Earth, doing our best to take care of ourselves and our families—and trying to help others. Share with us your experiences, experiments and recipes, and I’ll share mine. To health! Becky

p.s. I’m also a writer and an editor. Here’s my bio:

Rebecca Carey Lyles grew up in Wyoming, the setting for her Kate Neilson novels. She and her husband, Steve, currently live in Idaho (not to be confused with Iowa!), the beautiful state that borders Wyoming on the west. In addition to writing fiction and nonfiction, she serves as an editor and a mentor to aspiring authors and as a transition coach for women transitioning from prison to “the outside.” “Winds of Freedom” is the sequel to the award-winning first book in the Kate Neilson series, “Winds of Wyoming.”

Becky’s articles and stories have appeared in magazines and compilations. Her nonfiction books, “It’s a God Thing! Inspiring Stories of Life-Changing Friendships” and “On a Wing and a Prayer-Stories from Freedom Fellowship, a Prison Ministry,” are now available in eBook as well as paper formats. Some of her short stories can be found in “Passageways: A Short Story Collection.”




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