In western culture in particular, we tend to be very DIY (Do-it-yourself). And there are awesome qualities that go along with that DIY spirit. We’re self-starters, we’re motivated, we try…
And then boom…I can’t bend over, I can’t put on my socks, I can’t tie my shoes, I can barely get off and on the toilet…but worst of all, when my youngest daughter was a baby, I couldn’t pick her up from her crib. My life sucked.
Quote I’m pondering Today: “Fairy tales are more than true: not because they tell us that dragons exist, but because they tell us that dragons can be beaten.” — From…
When your doctor says you are Normal, what does that even mean? What if I told you, that someone could gain insight into their health span by their lab results,…
I would urge everyone to not get caught up in labels and narrow identities. Keep an open mind and really educate yourself and not fall for media BS hype and false truths.
I had the pleasure of being on the Jay Maymi talk show, appearing with fellow guests Dr. Steven Gundry (Renowned Cardiologist, Medical Researcher & Multiple Best-Selling Author) and Dr. Davis McAllister (Parker University Sports & Performance Lab)
How much would you pay for an extra 10 years of Life?
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be in a float tank? What are the benefits? I have wondered myself for years, and the occasional client would ask me about it, but I had no first-hand knowledge. So a couple months ago I decided to remedy that.
During this fast my sleep was normal for the first two days, as well as my HRV (Heart Rate variability), until day three when it started to plummet. My body was starting to feel the stress of this extended fast.
I have no problem preparing meals at home where my meal is aligned to my biology and goals, and my kid’s meals are slightly different to be aligned to theirs. But I know myself well enough, that if they were home eating whatever, I wouldn’t be able to make it through a 4 day fast.