How do you set your daily standard?
Setting the time you are going to wake up, and getting up at that time. Yes, it is literally that simple.
No excuses. No need for sleep…Read More
New Year's Resolutions typically get a bad rep because they entail some form of body or lifestyle modification. Typically, that thing which has been an issue for years, like losing fat or getting to the gym more than once a quarter...Read More
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.Read More
Excess body fat has never been thought of as a good thing, and now new research is showing it is probably worse than originally thought. In a new study the researchers found that excess body fat increased inflammatory cytokines (specifically Interleukin-1 beta or IL-1b) in the body and also the brain. The hippocampus was one of the most affected areas making this inflammatory situation all the more alarming...Read More
Staying lean is one of the best strategies to maintain a healthy functioning brain on a number of different levels. It has been known for years that excess body fat, and the conditions associated with it like diabetes, heart disease, stroke and cancer, greatly impact the brain...Read More
Dr. Bennett Omalu wrote a piece in the NY Times explaining his rational for kids not playing football and other potentially traumatic contact sports until they can consent legally at the age of 18. Will Smith has the new movie ‘Concussion’ releasing this week...Read More