One common misconception that people have regarding exercise is that performing it on a regular basis will prevent them from developing any health problems. When you exercise, your body uses its nutrients to fuel the energy necessary to perform the exercise. Depending on the intensity of your workout and the amount of nutrients in your body, you can actually put yourself at risk for nutrient deficiency, which can result in infections. This is especially true for athletes during training.
My wife Shanna recently got allergy tested after complaining of not feeling good. This had been going on for years but she finally got around to investigating the problem and discovered that she is allergic to 16 out of the 20 most common food allergies! This explains why she has been feeling bloated as her body has been dealing with so much inflammation for years. It was time to clean up her diet and eliminate the foods that are causing the inflammation. This weeks topic covers Clean Eating: Athletes are doing it, celebs are doing it, dogs are doing it, and the cavemen
Good grief, have you seen the department stores? UGH, it’s already crazy out there!
Thanksgiving has come and gone. Did you know the average person gains weight between Christmas
and New Year’s Day? And as if weight gain wasn’t the worst thing, we also run the risk of going into a Holi-daze or
becoming Holi-crazy. I don’t want you to worry about holiday weight gain or stress about the upcoming holiday season.
Here are seven steps to help you thrive during the upcoming holiday season: