Here are the results on Week 3, third week of me trying to assert how my diet and workouts are affecting my body. This week fell on Christmas and so naturally we enjoyed foods that are not a part of our regular diet. Sugars, grains, fruit – I really enjoyed that week 🙂 No regrets.… Continue Reading
Lowering my body fat and experimenting with carnivore diet, doing some zero-carb days. New workout routine, new classes, more weight training.
There are a couple of new developments in the health and wellness area of my life just in time for the New Year! One I will cover in this post. The second is diet related, I will talk about in another post – too much to write/read 🙂 So the first great change is that… Continue Reading
Nutrition vs. Exercise. This is a big part of most health/wellbeing related discussions in our household. I mean, the whole family, all four of us, each in our own way, are absolutely committed to learning and practicing a healthful, preventative lifestyle. Our 10-year-old comes home from school and tells me how this one girl in… Continue Reading
A quick share for those who did not catch this article. Pretty cool – I like to know that I can not really overdo it as far as exercising goes 😉 So the whole point is that the more active you are – the healthier you are! THIS – “Although it is widely understood that… Continue Reading
“…inactivity has surpassed obesity and smoking as the leading cause of preventable death in the world.” Because I am all about prevention! Movement is life. Hippocrates said, “If we could give every individual the right amount of nourishment and exercise, not too little and not too much, we would have found the safest way to… Continue Reading
Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medication, or NSAIDs, are widely used as a pain reliever, to reduce fevers and to lower inflammation. They are readily available in any household in over-the-counter form, such as aspirin or ibuprofen for example. This is a great research piece and a very important one especially for the world of sports, where the… Continue Reading