One of the most common rebuttals I hear from people trying to transition into a healthy lifestyle is that it’s too expensive and too time-consuming… but it doesn’t have to be. If you are strategic, not only can you keep it affordable you can be super-efficient, too!
Resolution season is in full swing and I LOVE seeing the gym full and people making the time to put their health and fitness as a priority. If you’re a newbie or someone starting back after a long break, here are a few tips to make sure you not only get the most from your workouts, but that you also avoid injuries that can sideline you, too.
Historically, humans evolved with a diet that naturally provided the appropriate amounts of Omega Fatty Acids. In the past 150 years, however, these ratios have been skewed by the modern Western diet, agribusiness, lifestyle, and industrialized food production, and this imbalance may actually be affecting your health, big time.
Metabolism 101:When you go to build a house, everyone knows one of the first things you need to do is build a solid foundation. The same goes with your metabolism. While eating a diet rich in Whole Foods is a huge factor in this, there are other steps you could be missing to make sure …