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
The phone call came crashing in a dark desert night. I’ll always remember the feeling. My Mom got the news that my Dad was having a heart surgery. Separated by state lines and divorce, all I could do was hope my Dad would be okay. I can’t remember if I talked to him or my … Continue reading A Father’s Heart: A Journey From Loss To Health
“The more I learn about health, the more I tend to focus my attention on a few simple factors that I think account for most of the health benefits of diet and lifestyle. Don’t smoke cigarettes or use alcohol excessively. Get regular physical activity. Eat whole foods. Get restorative sleep. Manage stress. And don’t eat … Continue reading Less Than 3% of Americans Meet These 4 Basic Health Standards: Are You One of Them?
Back to the first question I asked in, “Good Nutrition: Why it Matters?” “What is good nutrition?” What was your definition? Is it complete, feel like it is lacking or maybe completely misguided? With so much information, misinformation, fad diets and human variability it’s easy to get lost. We’ve all been exposed to outrageous, oversimplify, … Continue reading GOOD NUTRITION: What is it?
"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?