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So-called “energy drinks” litter the shelves in health food stores and grocery stores. Each brand promises to deliver the energy boost you need for workouts or just to make it through the day.
The sad truth is that most commercial drinks and drink powders come with a steep price to your health.
Most of the popular brands contain stimulants such as caffeine and high levels of sugar. They make you feel jittery and wired, with a crash that comes soon after.
If you wake up feeling tired and groggy, suffer from an afternoon crash, or simply live with a general feeling of lethargy – you are not alone.
According to statista.com:
Another survey found that 60% of Americans feel more tired over the last 12 months than ever before, especially with the huge socioeconomic shift that has so many people now working from home.
If there is anything society has come to realize over the last century, it is that women are just as powerful, smart, ambitious, and capable as men. And while society as a whole is still catching up as far as true equality, the facts are evident when you look at some of the most incredible and influential people today.
When it comes to fitness, however, men and women are not the same. The natural, physiological differences necessitate unique approaches to achieve optimal results. While the fundamental science behind attaining a shredded, lean physique is basically the same for both sexes, the exact steps and application require careful consideration.
One thing I've learned is that injuries can be great teachers. There are so many lessons to be learned from the injuries we experience. They force us to slow down and evaluate our bodies on a deeper level. Like many, I'm guilty of sometimes taking my healthy days for granted. When we pick up an injury, we're suddenly motivated to learn everything we can about that specific injury. We're also dedicated to the necessary rehab it will take to overcome the injury and strengthen our weak areas.
As with many injuries, I've learned there are no "quick fixes" for my stubborn Achilles. Over the years, I've also learned there are no "get fit quickly" schemes.
Intermittent fasting is an eating pattern where you cycle between periods of fasting and eating. It is not a diet per se, as an intermittent fasting program does not dictate which foods to eat.
While the concept of intermittent fasting might sound strange at first, the logic becomes clear when you think back to the evolutionary track of the human body. In the not-too-distant past, three meals per day was not the norm. People would eat when they had food, and hunters could go days without food while maintaining total mental acuity and physical stamina. And while we don't want to revert to these extremes, both science and logic indicate that the human body is not built to eat every few hours.
As you age, the generally accepted “norm” is that your performance will decline sharply once you are through your years of peak performance, usually somewhere between your 20’s and 30’s. But what if we told you that many of the biological causes of this decline could be prevented, allowing you to maintain much of your stamina, strength, and physique well into your 50’s, 60’s and 70’s?
Weight-loss diets are a big industry – especially when you consider that two out of three Americans are either overweight or clinically obese.
No, seriously, two out of every three Americans.
But with hundreds of popular diets, special diet foods, and health companies out there, why does the obesity problem continue to worsen?
Today we are going to provide you with some simple basics that can help you (and anyone) discover your optimal diet and help you on the road to improved wellness.
At BodyHealth, we focus on a holistic, health-oriented approach to alleviating the symptoms of depression and restoring emotional balance through nutrition. Our research and experience, which is corroborated by top research by some of the world’s top medical facilities and scientists, has indicated that not only are these drugs ineffective at treating the real problem, but that they actually push your system further out of balance.
Today we’re going to discuss how and why, and what solutions are out there to restore your gut and microbiome, and how strengthening your gut-brain axis can help you lead a happier, healthier life!