WATER - It's so important! - Standard 3 - >10% Series

Water.

It is the most abundant resource on the planet. In ideal body composition terms men are around 60% water and women around 55% water. The cells have a high water content and cellular hydration can even be used as an anti-aging marker. Simply stated, water is one of the most important substances for humans as well as the planet.

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Run from Procrastination - Standard 2 - >10% Series

What is the greatest killer of willpower?

PROCRASTINATION.

Procrastination happens to everyone. It sucks your life energy and leaves you feeling empty. It is that little voice in your head saying you can do it tomorrow, later today, next week, before the deadline or possibly never.

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SLEEP... A new perspective that may blow your mind!

How many people truly understand and get perfect sleep? The answer is far less than who than the number getting terrible sleep. Americans aren't sleeping anymore and this article is going to take some science and practical strategies to help improve the habit of sleep…

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What is your doctor assessing for? IT MIGHT NOT BE WHAT YOU THINK...

What is the main thing a doctor is looking for? Did you go to the doctor who can answer your specific health questions and create a plan of action to meet your goals? Have you ever thought about what doctor is best for disease diagnosis and which is best to maximize your health?

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Detox Science - A Guest Post by Georgie McNiff

Certain dietary, stress and lifestyle factors can either improve or inhibit your bodies ability to detox. You see reader, cells are like cars (my husband first made this analogy and loves to repeat it). They take in fuel which gives them energy for tasks, they complete these tasks and they output waste. But after years and years of waste output, the bodily systems can suffer from the cumulative effects of our own bio-atmospheric pollution.

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Feet and Posture in Thailand

Currently, I am in Thailand experiencing the culture and learning about how other, often slimmer, cultures live and experience life. One thing I have noticed while here in Thailand is the posture of the locals. It is near perfect. In the US, it is very rare to see so many people with great posture. 

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The Farmer's Breakfast

Breakfast has long been a staple in the American diet. Recently, intermittent fasting and other trendy diets have promoted skipping breakfast and eating only during a small window. Those diets do have some merit but are not a positive contributor to having, or maintaining, a healthy weight for the majority of the population.

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The Testosterone Lifestyle - Introduction

Men’s health is not rocket science. It isn’t all too complicated. It does require an advanced knowledge of hormones, bio-physiology, nutrition, diet, stress management and proper use of effective supplementation. Men need testosterone...

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