Most people would like to be in better shape. A better shape, that is, than round. There are a lot of factors that play into how a person looks or how fit they are. One factor is exercise. Another one is diet.
You’ve heard all of this before, and while it’s true that you need to have an overall fitness plan and nutritional goals, there are things that you can do now to make those goals a little bit easier to attain.
Certainly nothing will replace a sound diet and exercise routine. There is no magic formula that you can take that will suddenly turn you into a supermodel, but we hope you can benefit from the tips and tricks that we’re about to share.
Your body is either regenerating or degenerating. Your body will make 300 billion new cells today. Does your body have what it needs to create healthy cells. What if the cells you produced today were healthier and stronger than the cells your produced yesterday? You would actually grow biologically younger.
Carrots should be a part of everyone’s life! Their sweet taste and bright color definitely say, “I am good for you!” The problem is carrots are like little orange sponges, absorbing … see blog post to continue reading
Once upon a time we had to hunt or forage for our food, then we learned to grow some of it – we still knew exactly where our food came from. We either grew it ourselves, or bought it from someone who grew it – we were maybe one or two people removed from the provider of our food.
Total cellular satisfaction is what it feels like when your cells have their nutritional needs met. When we eat nutrient lacking food our cells don’t get satisfied, they keep sending the signal to our brains that they need more nutrition. When the brain interprets that signal as needing more food, we eat more nutrition lacking food and the cycle continues. We’re eating calories, but our cells are still not getting their needs met. Our bodies are robbing Peter to pay Paul which leads to chronic conditions including weight gain.