7 Things Champions Eat for Breakfast

Breakfast can make or break your whole day — at least in terms of your metabolism. Skipping the first meal of the day slows your metabolism down for 24 hours and makes it hard to concentrate. This slowdown explains why people who make a habit of not eating breakfast — or only having coffee —…

By superadmin November 15, 2012 | 

Active / Movitation / Positive Thinking / Tips

What are we really afraid of… The MIRROR? – Jator Pierre

Is it a possible that we hide in others aspects of ourselves that we are ashamed of, fearful of etc..? Is is possible What we judge in others as negative is actually the externalization of our own self judgment, but to hide from the truth we project this onto others to create separation from our…

By superadmin November 2, 2012 | 


The Importance of Stabilization Phase

I recently had a friend ask me about a work out program called German Volume Training. He sent me the link and asked me to provide him with my thoughts and feedback. As a result, this new blog is born! After I took a look at the program outlined on the website , I sent…

By superadmin October 23, 2012 | 


Inflammation worsens danger of Heart Disease – Chris Kresser

A recent study published in the American Journal of Pathology adds to the already considerable body of evidence which suggests that inflammation is a primary cause of heart attacks and strokes. In an article I wrote last year, Preventing Heart Disease Without Drugs, I reviewed the current scientific understanding of what causes heart disease. If you’ve…

By superadmin October 23, 2012 | 

Movitation / Positive Thinking

Crunchy Change – Laura Alden Kamm

I was born on the zero second of a new Moon. Evidently, this cosmic grace predisposes me to be comfortable with, or at least understand, the nature of change. I find this to be true, as I am a content and purposeful explorer of life.   Flowing with change is normal. Yet, embedded within it are…

By superadmin October 23, 2012 | 

Nutrition / Tips

Chicken Chorizo and Creamy (Dreamy) Eggs

Long ago and far away, Shane used to be allergic to eggs.  Now that his digestion and overall health are getting better and better, many of the problems that have irritated him for a long time are simply melting away.  And what a blessing.  Cause these eggs are really pretty good… We had Breakfast for Dinner tonight, and I…

By superadmin October 22, 2012 | 


When is stretching not a good idea? Janet Alexander & Chris Maund

Most people assume that if they have pain it’s because something is too tight and that if they could just figure out what that something was then they could stretch it and the pain would go away. This is an attractive idea because most of us have noticed a loss in flexibility as we got…

By superadmin October 21, 2012 | 


Why you should eat MORE (not less) cholesterol CHRIS KRESSER L.AC

For decades now, the general American population has been neurotically avoiding cholesterol-rich foods for fear of developing heart disease, thanks to the promulgation of the unfortunate Diet-Heart hypothesis. (1) Those of us that follow a paleo diet are well aware by now thatdietary cholesterol does not significantly affect cholesterol levels in the blood or risk…

By superadmin October 18, 2012 | 

Active / Announcements / Exercise & Fitness / Tips

Is your shower making you sick? by CHRIS KRESSER L.AC

The quality of our drinking water is a major determinant of our health and wellbeing. It is important to consider not only the presence of pathogens or contaminants, but also the routine addition of chemicals that may cause us harm. Chlorine is a chemical typically used as a disinfectant in public water supplies as an…

By superadmin October 15, 2012 |