When you spend a fair amount of time talking with different people about health, you tend to touch on the same topics over and over again. One such question that comes up frequently, especially with folks who practice alternative medicine, is regarding our gallbladder. Now you may be wondering why this small hollow organ that sits next to our liver is so important.
I want to touch on one of the most common and disappointing feelings anyone can have when pursuing changes in weight, physical fitness, body composition or improving their quality of life. It's that all too familiar point where we feel stuck, in a rut, and nothing we do seems to move the dial toward a positive outcome. Once that awful stuck feeling sinks in, progress just stops
There are so many important topics around health and fitness, it is hard to select which ones are most critical, but when we think of our children and how important their health is, it becomes pretty easy to recognize that our kid's health and fitness sits near the top of the list.
Anyone who is making an effort to get in shape, exercise and develop a better body thinks about their core. Your "core" refers to the muscles around your midsection and pelvis, which support your abdominal wall, hips, spine, lower back and diaphragm.
The one thing I love when it comes to talking about health and wellness is the enormous amount of uncharted territory there is to explore around these topics. A few days ago, I was asked to speak to a large group of folks who were in town for a conference. At the end of the talk, I was asked a lot of really good questions. For the most part I could answer them all except one. I was asked about collagen supplementation.
Let’s take a look at a question that is pondered by those of us wanting to eat healthy foods. Which is healthier, flour tortillas or corn tortillas? This question seems simple, but let’s see if I can complicate this before we dive into a real answer.
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.