Regularly eating quality protein not only supports an active life, but also provides satiety, and plays a critical role in the hormonal balance of your metabolism – a major lynch pin in our current obesity and chronic disease epidemic.
A plant-driven diet style does NOT mean vegetarian. Eat plants, seeds, nuts, and some fruit. Eat quality protein. Eat healthy fats.
For many people today (maybe you?), their lifestyle is movement-deficient. Your body needs to move regularly, to the point of exertion, to be healthy.
Drinking water should not be thought of only to quench your thirst; rather, optimal hydration should be viewed as a critical component of a healthy lifestyle.
Humans are hard-wired to seek pleasure, move away from pain, and do it all with the greatest economy of energy. Yet, we are designed to grow – even flourish – under stress. We encounter the challenge, struggle, adapt and move forward.
When was the last time you chased down your lunch? And we don’t mean with a diet soda. Did you fetch water today? Build a shelter or collect wood? In all of man’s history, there has always been an intimate relationship between energy acquisition and energy consumption (getting food and eating food).
Epsum factorial non deposit quid pro quo hic escorol. Olypian quarrels et gorilla congolium sic ad nauseum. Souvlaki ignitus carborundum e pluribus unum.
The internet, our ‘stupid phones’, Netflix, 24 hour drive-thrus, and 60-hour work weeks have created a cultural norm of sleep deprived people. is that you? If you are like most people, your body expects and requires more sleep than it’s getting.
Your body was not designed to have a constant food supply at arm’s reach. The ready supply of calorie-dense foods and its resulting consequence (a generally sedentary lifestyle) has led to an over-fed and under-active, over-weight and under-muscled population that is riddled with sickness and disease.