If it’s prepared with nourishing whole foods, something as simple as packing a lunch everyday can make a substantial change in your health. We all want to be healthier, but let’s face it, for most of us, “if it ain’t easy, we ain’t doin’ it.” We’ve been well trained, I like to say “domesticated”, by the food […]
What is the best option for replacing your lost water and electrolytes? The popular commercial option is Gatorade. In reality, coconut water is a far better alternative and I’ll explain why.
The appearance of your skin is intimately connected to your self-confidence and self-esteem. It is a reflection of your health both inside and out. In this post you’ll learn how you can help your body build healthy and radiant skin. I recommend a three step plan for restoring your skin, regardless of age: Reduce Damage […]
Zucchini Pasta is simple to make and tastes great. It’s always fun to find delicious, low-carb alternatives that really satisfy and taste great. If you’re eating Paleo, Primal, or looking for something GAPS Diet legal, zucchini pasta is a great option. To prepare the pasta start with four medium zucchini. You’ll start by making the […]
I wanted to share this inspiring real life story written by Mark Abbott, husband of Debbie Abbott over at Rock Solid Nutrition &Wellness. I met Debbie while we were both pursuing our certifications as Nutritional Therapy Practitioners. Debbie has spent more than 26 years in the health and fitness business and in this guest post you’ll […]
by Peter Wright, NTP, CGP Increasing the “healthy” fat in your diet may be the single most important thing you can do for your health. For me, switching my diet from “low-fat” to “healthy” fat resulted in a weight loss of 50 pounds and a reduction in cholesterol levels. What’s even better is years later […]
by Peter Wright, NTP, CGP If you follow conventional dietary advise your diet may be falling short of what your body needs for optimum health. Comparing your diet to the principles followed by traditional cultures is a great way to see how your diet stacks up. Are you ready for 20 questions? Compare what you […]
by Peter Wright, NTP, CGP 260,000 Americans are diagnosed with Alzheimer’s each year. 1 in 8 of those are over 65. While age is the biggest risk factor, age does not cause Alzheimer’s. The gradual degeneration of the brain starts well before old age. While initially helping, drugs do not provide measurable improvement after 12 […]