Saturday, March 24, 2012

The Writing Gourmet Seeks Health Nut Foodie Followers

By Cal Orey, The Writing Gourmet
A Quick Note: Follow this blog and I'll dish out fresh ways to help you stay healthy--lose unwanted pounds, body fat, get more energy, and more...Cal Orey is a Northern California-based accomplished author and journalist specializing in topics such as health, nutrition, science, and pets. She holds two degrees in English (Creative Writing) from SFSU. Her books include the popular Healing Powers book series published by Kensington, and translated in 20 languages. The Healing Powers of Vinegar, Olive Oil, Chocolate, Honey, and Coffee attracts a mainstream audience, thanks to her casual writing style via heartfelt storytelling. Orey's reader-friendly prose is lively and created in a down-to-earth first-person narrative. 
The veteran health writer has shared her knowledge on Coast to Coast AM Radio, KSFO, The Mancow Show,, NewsMax, NY Daily News,, Tom Roten Show, health and fitness, AOL My Daily, Health, The Writer, and Woman's World. Her website is and blog The Writing Gourmet.

The Healing Powers of Chocolate

"The powerful polyphenols in dark chocolate are a 21st century health food--your Rx for longevity!" -- Karlis Ullis, M.D., Medical Director of the Sports Medicine and Anti-Aging Medical Group, Santa Monica, CA

The Healing Powers of Honey

"The most effective and versatile superfoods of all time! This book will help you stay healthy...for good!" -- Ann Louise Gittleman, Ph.D.

The Healing Powers of Coffee

"A cup or two of Joe every day is a good way to boost mood, energy and overall health." -- Julian Whitaker, M.D., founder of the Whitaker Wellness Institute

The Healing Powers of Vinegar

"An intriguing look into the vinegar world. This is a practical, health-oriented book that everyone who wants to stay healthy and live longer should read." -- Patricia Bragg, author of Apple Cider Vinegar and daughter of Paul C. Bragg


  1. Thank you John! Still, love to have more followers. Read that folks are using Twitter/FB more than blogging. It's the sign of the times. Onward social media networking. It's instant gratification vs. blogging, is my take on the switcheroo.