The (S.A.D) Standard American Diet combined with inactive sedentary living is causing an increase in lifestyle-related disease. This sickness is at an all-time high and continues to climb at an alarming rate. [i] The projected metabolic future is bleak. [ii] We truly are in unprecedented times. Unless we do something to radically change there will … Continue reading MOVEMENT IS MEDICINE: S.A.D. (+) Sedentarism is Sickness
See Spot Run. Or Try Really Hard and Not Get Anywhere... Spot awakens from a summer nap. Groggy and barely awake the furry canine notices a squirrel in the distance. Excitedly the dog darts towards the creature. Suddenly he is pulled back and choked. He rabidly persists but stays right where he is despite his … Continue reading LIMITING FACTORS: What’s Holding You Back From Your Goals?
Triage- the process of determining the priority of patients' treatments based on the severity of their condition. Wounded. I found myself in an ER with a bandaged head. The urgent care sent me away. They feared I might have sustained a concussion. My lacerated head required 13 stitches/staples but thank God I didn't have a … Continue reading GOOD NUTRITION: Triage
"WHAT IS GOOD NUTRITION?" If you ask a hundred different people on the street what good nutrition is you would likely get 100 different answers! "Eating Gluten free." (What’s gluten again?) “Eating fewer desserts. Mmm desserts.” "Paleo." "Eating low carb." "Eating low fat." "Food X is great for you but food Y is bad." What … Continue reading GOOD NUTRITION: Why It Matters?