The season always comes and goes. Flu season, cold season, little Jimmy brought home another mysterious bug season… it happens. There is only so much we can do to prevent catching it. You CAN increase your chances of staying healthy by following a few simple, scientifically proven standards: However, even if you claim to haveContinue reading “Help! I’m Sick and Want to Stay Fit!”
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Abandon The Current Downward Health Spiral and Take Your Health Back!
What a downer of an intro. But hear me out. America is pushing a 70% overweight/obese population. Childhood obesity is at an all-time high. More people are depressed, anxious, and struggling with mental health issues than ever before. While this is a multi-faced issue, I’m here to address it via exercise and nutrition. Gym memberships,Continue reading “Abandon The Current Downward Health Spiral and Take Your Health Back!”
Your Own Mind is Creating Your Biggest Challenges
Exercise is good for us. Eating healthy is good for us. We all know this. So why do a MAJORITY of Americans continue to struggle with getting enough exercise and eating a healthy diet? It’s not a lack of knowledge for most, but a mental block of sorts. Our own walls that we put up.Continue reading “Your Own Mind is Creating Your Biggest Challenges”
5 Nutrition Myths That Won’t Die
Eating _____ will lead to death and cause ______ and you will ______…. Nutrition is a confusing topic, as there is endless info out there, and it can be quite hard to figure out what works and what is fake. The real answer for everything nutrition-related is “it depends” because the context of the personContinue reading “5 Nutrition Myths That Won’t Die”
What is Carb Cycling?
The skinny on carbs. Carbs are everywhere. We hear about them being bad, we hear about them causing all of our problems. But do they really? The truth is, they are not inherently bad. In America we tend to eat more of the processed, junk carbs than anywhere else in the world – and onContinue reading “What is Carb Cycling?”
Change Your Attitude, Change Your Habits, Change Your LIFE
I will start tomorrow. I will start next week. I will start after I finish this project… All things that we all mutter at some point when it comes to placing our own health ahead of other parts of our life. Why wait until next week? Why wait until next month? Why wait? That tellsContinue reading “Change Your Attitude, Change Your Habits, Change Your LIFE”
So Your Doctor Told You…You Have High Cholesterol
“Your cholesterol numbers are high, you need to go on this drug to bring them down.” Thanks doc. However, there may be ways that you can bring your numbers down before having to opt for a statin, or other cholesterol fighting drug. Before I go on, I do want to say that there are SOMEContinue reading “So Your Doctor Told You…You Have High Cholesterol”
Re-Vamp Your Breakfast With Some Protein
Cereal, muffins, pancakes, waffles, toast, bagels, jelly, bananas, juice, cinnamon rolls – staples of the traditional American breakfast. While most of these foods CAN be incorporated into a healthy diet, they all have one thing in common – high carb, low protein. What’s the big deal? Starting your day off with a well-rounded, and balancedContinue reading “Re-Vamp Your Breakfast With Some Protein”
So Your Doctor Told You…You Are Pregnant!
Welcome to another installment of “So Your Doctor Told You”. Maybe you don’t need a doctor to tell you that you are pregnant, but in this post I tend to tackle some of the common questions surrounding fitness and nutrition during pregnancy. Guys, I know this post may not pertain to you, but you mayContinue reading “So Your Doctor Told You…You Are Pregnant!”
So Your Doctor Told You…You Have Pre-Diabetes
Welcome to the second installment of “So Your Doctor Told You”. Today I’m going to discuss pre-diabetes, and how exercise and nutrition can help prevent it, or even get you or someone you know backed away from it. What is pre-diabetes? Also known as impaired glucose intolerance, it is where your blood sugar levels areContinue reading “So Your Doctor Told You…You Have Pre-Diabetes”