Nutrition

26 Jul: Is This "Silent Killer" Stalking Your Body?

There’s a “silent killer” that could be slowly destroying your health…and you may not even know it! The reason it’s so dangerous is that there are usually no symptoms – until it’s too late and the damage to your health has been done. It’s scary stuff, to be sure. But the good news is there are PLENTY of things you can do naturally (without side effects) that will keep this “silent killer” from rearing its ugly head. So what is this “silent killer?” High-blood pressure!

21 Feb: 5 Words to Transform Your Body

Five simple words hold the key to helping you completely transform your body. In fact, the power behind these five words can help you burn fat, build muscle and ultimately get the body you’ve always dreamed of – once and for all. Are you ready for it? The five words are: “Get comfortable with being uncomfortable.”

30 Nov: Keeping on Track During the Holidays

CRAVINGS. They’re the enemy of every good intention you have to stick to your healthy eating plan and keep the progress coming fast and furious. Cravings are especially HARD to deal with when the holidays pop up. That’s because there are all kinds of “goodies” everywhere. And they’re hard to pass up because they represent what you’ve always done during the holidays. Why break tradition, after all? That’s why if you’re serious about getting in shape, you need a PLAN to deal with the holiday party season! Below are some tips to help you stay on track.

31 Oct: One Of The Most Powerful Antioxidants You've Never Heard Of…

There’s a powerful antioxidant your body produces naturally that could help you prevent diseases like heart disease, diabetes and cancer. What’s more, people with high levels of this antioxidant are the ones who seem to live to 100 and beyond. It’s called glutathione. The only problem? Your levels decline with age. So unless you do something proactive to raise your levels, you miss out on all the health and age-defying benefits. The good news is, it’s pretty easy to keep your levels high.