Welcome to the season of the gym. Many of you either have a gym membership that only gets used this time of year or you just signed up with a club. With so many people doing their annual dive into New Year's fitness comes the dreaded four letters we all love to hate.
Over the last few years, there have been a lot of hype around the different types of protein powders available on the market. Since we live in an era where misleading information is hard to differ from accurate details, let's take a look at protein powders with a focus on a somewhat new product, Bone Broth Protein.
Every Christmas season, I check in with Mr. and Mrs. Claus to see what’s new or different with their health and fitness activity over the last year. Well, I certainly got an earful from Mrs. Claus regarding a few changes with fitness trends that both she and Santa have been doing this year.
By definition, I am a fast eater. At some point growing up, I have developed the habit of consuming my food rather quickly. Now is this a good or bad thing? By all accounts from healthcare providers, dietitians and nutritionists, eating your food quickly is not something to be proud of. In fact, it seems to come with a pretty hefty cost to your health.
It is that time of year when we all start to be concerned about colds and flu. Some of you will get flu shots and some will not, either way we all have a chance of catching a seasonal illness. It would be an understatement to say that our immune system is under constant attack.
Genetic testing is turning the corner on pre-screening technology in many ways. Imagine the benefits of knowing ahead of time your health risks based on genetic precursors that could be passed on to your off spring. Also consider how you could design a diet and fitness regimen to stave off certain cancers or keep your health at such a level to slow or stop inherited gene mutations that lead to a crippling illness.
A recognized health and wellness presenter, fitness trainer and now primal health coach in the Inland Northwest. Now in his eighth year of bringing health and wellness through his writing, teaching and coaching, Judd delivers his well-rounded message of mindfulness, nutrition and fitness to readers and clients alike.