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.
The science is clear on what makes a healthy human. There’s no mystery, there’s no unique formula for all the unique humans – we all need the same thing.
The number one threat to human life on the planet today is the crisis of chronic disease. And sadly, the vast majority of our resources are directed towards treating the effects of chronic disease, rather than correcting the cause.
Do you know what ‘Forever Chemicals’ are? How about PFAS chemicals? Avoiding toxicity is part of living a healthy lifestyle. In today’s world, it’s not easy. It’s gotten to the point where prescription drugs are turning up in our drinking water.
Medicine is slowing coming around to grasp the reality that correcting bad lifestyle choices will positively affect health outcomes (and their associated ‘health care’ costs).
Squats will change your life. Really. We sit and drive to work, we sit at work, we then sit and drive home from work, and then sit and have dinner, then sit and watch Netflix. And you know what? It’s killing you … slowly. The solution? Do squats, every day.
‘Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else; you are the one who gets burned.’ – Buddhaghosa, 5th century commentator
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.