• If you’re a parent, you know how scary it can be watching your children imitate the things you do and say. Their ability to absorb and reflect our mannerisms, attitudes, even our facial expressions can be eerie. As a parent
  • There is no direct link too eating red meat and getting cancer. Regardless of what you may hear on the news, eating bacon is not as bad for you as smoking. Thank goodness! Here are some very good references with
  • “Eat meat, Drink water”, is the mantra of the carnivore community. The Carnivore Diet aka. The Zero Carb Diet has been an effective tool for many years to help people with all sorts of issues heal themselves, and live better
  • You’ve probably heard someone say or read someone post that the carnivore diet, “is not about losing weight, it’s about healing your body.” Umm… I have to disagree with the idea that this diet should or shouldn’t be about any one thing.
  • Anytime someone wants to learn something new they go to a place, physical or virtual, where someone with more knowledge will teach them. You see it in all aspects of life. Music lessons, Dog training, learning a second language, computers,
  • “I wish I had your metabolism.” “I just need to speed up my metabolism.” “If I eat a bunch of small meals throughout the day, I’ll have a faster metabolism.” Have you ever heard or even said something like this?
  • You just finished your workout and you are sweaty, gasping for air, laying on the floor barely able to get up on your knees and slowly crawl over to a bench to recover your senses, when you hear it from
  • I am a bourbon guy. I love trying new bourbons, and I have several that I enjoy drinking. I used to have 1 glass of bourbon 3-4 nights a week. I’ve had issues limiting myself to drinking one Manhattan a
  • Calories in calories out. That’s what we hear all the time. Did you know that more recent studies have shown that not every calorie is created equally? Sure, as a general rule you can use caloric intake as a method
  • You’ve heard it before. “Get out of your comfort zone.” “The only way to grow is to get comfortable with being uncomfortable.” Here’s the thing, sometimes it’s hard to know when you’re in your comfort zone or how to get
  • You are in your mid-forties or older. You are a good 25-35 lbs overweight. You haven’t done any real exercise in years. You think you eat pretty well, or you know you don’t but either way, there’s some improvement to
  • We have so much going on that it can be difficult to manage our lives, much less do things for ourselves to feel better and be better day to day. Taking care of your mind and body is a crucial
  • As a kid exercise is part of life, not something we do extra You have been outside all day. You have climbed around your treehouse, run around the neighborhood climbing fences and playing tag, built a fort out of lawn
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