Tag Archives: nutrition

One Man’s Tale To Weight Loss, Weight Gain And The Barrier Determining Long Term Success

How many times have you read stories where people stated, “until I saw myself in that picture, I never realized how serious my weight problem was”? How many times have you heard doctors say, “you’re in remarkably good health” even though you know in reality you’re overweight, sedentary, depressed and likely taking multiple prescription medications? […]

SIMPLIFYING THE COMPLEXITY OF HEALTH

In this picture we see a typical house. There is nothing unusual about it. It appears capable of providing safe shelter to a typical family. What if I told you the following picture was taken the next day? It clearly demonstrates that structural issues existed prior to the resulting damage to this house. Do you […]

SYNERGISM: The Path To Good Health Or Disease

Most of us view the concept of Good Health and Disease in simple terms. Good Health is viewed as a state of existence without symptoms or where symptoms exist without interfering with quality of life or function. Disease or “ill health” is viewed as a situation where symptoms directly interfere with quality of life and/or […]

“IT’S FOR THE MOST PART, PREVENTABLE!”

When is the last time you took a moment to consider where you fall on the spectrum of health and disease? I don’t mean whether you’re experiencing “symptoms”, but rather whether you’re living life under the terms you control and desire. Most people never take the time to consider this option. They simply follow habitual […]

FOOD SAFETY, NUTRITION AND HEALTH: DO YOU CARE WHO MAKES DECISIONS IN GOVERNMENT?

Leaving political parties and biases aside, let the following example be a common sense explanation for challenging the “thinking” of those placed in positions affecting our food sources. The picture above is Sam Clovis. He is a radio talk show host that studied political science and business administration in college. He is being considered for […]

THOSE WHO “CAN’T”……. STILL SUCCEED

. “I just CAN’T find time to exercise.” “I just CAN’T eat all those vegetables the doctors say I should.” “I just CAN’T get away from work.” “I just CAN’T drink all that water I’m supposed to.” “I just CAN’T give up smoking.” “I just CAN’T give up my daily wine/beer.” “I just CAN’T sleep […]

STOP CALLING IT “HIDDEN” SUGAR!

The World Health Organization (WHO) provided a document supplied by the Centers For Disease Control (CDC) entitled, “Consumption of Added Sugars Among U.S. Adults, 2005–2010.” In this document, it was determined that the maximum daily consumption of added sugar should not exceed: 25 grams or 6 teaspoons per day. (REFERENCE: Consumption of Added Sugars Among […]