What's Your Biggest Health Challenge?
Have you heard the term "skinny fat"? It's used to describe people who are skinny, but don't have any muscle tone. I don't think anyone sets out to be a poster child for "skinny fat" but this is what happens when we crash diet or try a miracle pill to lose...read more
With protein powders everywhere these days, it’s easy to get drawn in to the flashy labels. Unfortunately, most protein powders are not as great as they seem! Just because it says organic and natural, doesn’t mean anything. Why Take Protein: Athletes - easy to get...read more
Raise your virtual hand if you have heard of Hal Elrod's Miracle Morning? It's about setting aside time for personal development in the morning, before the demands of the day steal our attention. This is an example of developing habits for personal growth...read more
The simple truth: if you do not use your body parts, you will lose your body parts! They will literally shrivel before your very eyes. Instead of having contours to your arms, legs, neck, back and abs, you will have an endless rounding. Unlike a nice...read more
Green Apples with Almond Butter One of the hallmarks of green apples is their minimal effect on blood sugar. They are loaded with fiber and phytochemicals that act as a blessing to the digestive tract, liver and skin. However, they are also one of the...read more
For the average “weight loss” specialist, calorie reduction and exercise are the mainstay of their weight loss programs. I think the best word to describe the plight of most people trying to lose weight is FRUSTRATION! This frustration is due to the fact...read more
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Overcoming a Doctor's Diagnosis with Faith
Meet Jerome, who was given not only one, but two diagnoses: 1. Congestive Heart Failure 2. Multiple Myeloma He found out early in his health story that if he was going to have a fighting chance, his faith had to be strong. The #1 habit he had to change? Fast food. Find out what made his cardiologist say, “I can’t explain it”.