There is a reawakening toward the value of … nothing. Doing nothing. Rather than feeling irresponsible (and creating bad health) for not grinding it out day and night over a 60 hour work week, we are now becoming aware and engaging in the art of doing nothing. And we’re better for it.
Research continues to build an even stronger case for how important our microbiome is for health and well being, affecting everything from brain function to cancer survival rates. ‘… gut microorganisms have been shown to play a role in a wide range of human diseases, including obesity, psoriasis, autism, and mood disorders.’
A four minute workout? Sounds crazy, but it’s true. Tabata is a high-intensity, interval training regimen that can produce remarkable results. It only takes 4 minutes to do, and it’s incredibly effective! You will be amazed at how intense four minutes of exercise can be.
The body needs exposure to the sun to be healthy. ‘… studies that have shown a wide range health benefits from sun/UV exposure … including decreased risk of various types of cancer, cardiovascular disease, Alzheimer disease/dementia, myopia and macular degeneration, diabetes and multiple sclerosis.’
People get cancer. Most people think cancer is hereditary, or genetic. People have heart attacks or strokes; and most people think that cardiovascular disease is hereditary or genetic. Wrong on both fronts.
What about the information regarding your family’s health? The ‘science’ behind a doctor’s recommendations – can it be trusted? Where does your doctor they get their information and can it be trusted?
Dementia diseases such as Alzheimer’s are becoming an ‘epidemic’. Don’t succumb – learn the latest on brain health. It’s easier/simpler than you think.
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.
What thoughts are running through your head? Are you happy? Content? Grateful? Bitter? Unforgiving? Numb? Stressed? There are some proven ways to improve your mental health.
Eggs are one of those ‘go-to’ nutrient-dense foods that have absolutely no downside. A great source of protein and healthy fats, including cholesterol, which, contrary to popular belief, is super healthy for you.