Understanding and implementing the actual requirements for optimizing your health is not just a flip-a-switch thing. Sure, some folks can do it. But they are a minority. Most folks need coaching to make the required changes in their lifestyles that make a difference in their health. For this reason Slanker Grass Fed Meat has teamed up with Erin Finch.
Erin is a Certified Holistic Nutrition Consultant through Bauman College and fitness coach who understands The Real Diet of Man. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in health from Texas A&M University and s a NASM certified personal trainer.
New Year's Resolutions By David A. Holland, M.D. - East El Paso location
So, how did last year's New Year's Resolution go for you?
My least favorite time to go to the gym is in January. It's crowded. Many of these people, I predict to myself, will not be here in the next couple of months. The New Year's resolutions will be put off until next year, when the well-intending people will say "I'll really mean it this time," and the cycle will continue.
Mid-year in the gym it's great. By late June and into July, it's already too late to work on lookng good in a swimsuit, and there are no major holidays that demand fitting into nice clothes.
Strength and a good looking physic should not come at the cost of good health. But all too often that is the case. In order to compensate for the damaging impact the grain-based food system has on body function, many athletes are deep into food measuring, pills, and supplements. They are also into lots of exercise rather than quality of exercise. In effect, they are following Frankenstein's lead in an attempt to create the perfect body. They just do not understand that it's far simpler to eat like a caveman and live like one.
In the fitness community, to often the approach to nutrition is misunderstood and the "official" dietary recommendations reflect modern-day common knowledge where the mob struggles to achieve real health in the grain-based-food world.
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