Make movement a higher priority than exercise
January 28, 2020

Anyone who has spent time inside a gym is probably familiar with “that guy” who looks jacked, but has trouble moving athletically! We need to start thinking about fitness differently. Long-term wellness isn’t just about looking good, it’s about moving …

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How to stop burnout in its tracks
January 21, 2020

Nearly everyone has days at work when they feel so physically fatigued that their minds aren’t fully engaged. It’s called job fatigue and thankfully it’s usually temporary. But when it becomes persistent, job fatigue leads to burnout. Think of job …

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This is the right diet for just about anyone
January 13, 2020

I agree with the recent US News & World Report which ranked the Mediterranean Diet as the best overall, from among 35 diets evaluated by a panel of experts. Whether you’re a professional athlete or someone just looking to eat …

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4 ways to finally fix your sleep deprivation
January 8, 2020

We’ve all muddled through days when we feel sleep deprived. Our productivity and performance suffer. Our motivation is in the toilet. But while occasionally getting by on a few hours of sleep is not ideal, it’s normal. Chronic sleep deprivation …

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Even good cooking oils can become toxic
January 3, 2020

Both saturated and unsaturated fats deserve a place in our diets. I grew up drinking raw milk and eating meals prepared with butter and palm oil. Someday, I’ll write a blog about a guy named Ancel Keys who almost single …

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Study points to the truth about saturated fats and heart health
November 11, 2019

Here’s news that will hopefully change how doctors define a heart-healthy diet. You may believe that cutting back on saturated fats is doing something good for your ticker. But after carefully monitoring the diets of 577 healthy adults, and evaluating …

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