The Paleo Diet is awesome. The diet is a great blue print for eliminating junk in our diets, cutting down on unnecessary carbohydrates, and increasing your nutrient intake. Heck, a lot of More »
Lately I’ve noticed a re-occurring mantra that has been predominately within the Real Food (and especially) within the Paleo communities. That mantra: you shouldn’t count calories but rather, focus on eating real More »
Halloween is pretty much synonymous with the word indulgence. For children, it’s a time where they look forward to enjoying many kind of sweet treats. For adults, they usually have one out of two options: if you have a family you usually partake with your activities of your children handing out candy or enjoying the festivities. Adults have the other option of dressing up themselves and going out for the night to enjoy some of their own fun. Here are some tips on staying healthy on Halloween.
The Paleo Diet is awesome. The diet is a great blue print for eliminating junk in our diets, cutting down on unnecessary carbohydrates, and increasing your nutrient intake. Heck, a lot of people even have a lot of success eliminating symptoms from autoimmune diseases and helping to reduce digestion issues and our bodies’ inflammatory response. This is a list of awesome things about Southern California that make eating Paleo oh so difficult.
The Canadian View On Fitness; Smoked Pork Shoulder; Yogurt and Heavy Metal Exposure; The Best Health Deals; The Best Fall Superfoods; Low Carb Diets and Blood Sugar Control and MORE
Time for the best and worst Health and Fitness News from the week. This weeks edition: the week’s best health and fitness deals, the recipe of the week smoked pork shoulder and butternut squash risotto. Also, everything you need to know about this year’s flu shot, how to make your body better at using oxygen, how yogurt can help limit heavy metal exposure, how Canadians view fitness, and how low carb diets can help increase blood sugar control.
Workout Of The Month: How Deep Should You Squat?
It’s about that time again for the workout of the month. Each month we take a look at a different exercise and break it down by movement, how to do it, and discuss some of the positive vs. negative impact that it can have to you and your level of fitness. Some workout’s of the month breakdown how to do a common exercise, other’s feature a more detailed look on how movements can affect our bodies. For this month’s workout, we’ll be addressing the age old question: how deep should you squat?