Brain Rehab: Week 3

Hooray! You’ve made it to Week #3 of Brain Rehab! This week the focus is on sleep. Everywhere you read, experts are saying we need to get at least 7 solid hours of uninterrupted sleep to help promote health and well-being. What if that’s not an option?

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Suffering From The Holiday Hangover?

And just like that, the holidays are done and over. Life this week has been about getting back into the usual grind and routine for most of us. Kids have gone back to school. We’ve gone back to work. Workouts have resumed. Eating has normalized. However, most of us feel the “let down” of the holidays.

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Brain Rehab: Week 1

Over the past few weeks, I’ve been detailing out the importance of brain health. Some of you may be wondering how to put it all together now. Today’s focus is just that, putting it all together in ways that will make implementing the steps doable. In addition to what has been focused on thus far, you’ll also see some other areas that are critical for reaching optimized brain health!

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7 Healthy Fats You Need to Consume Regularly

Over the past few decades, fatty foods have been vilified in the United States. In fact, the American Heart Association recommended in the mid-1970’s that people should reduce their fat intake and instead eat more carbohydrates. While the guidelines released advocated more for carbs in the form of fruits, the average American understood that all carbs were healthy and all fats were bad. As a result, people began consuming more sugary and processed foods and refined carbs. The problem?

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026 – Evil Cholesterol

Did you know 50% of people who have a heart attack have NORMAL cholesterol levels? While having ideal levels of cholesterol is best, did you know there is more death related to low levels of cholesterol than having high levels of cholesterol?

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Inflammation: The Silent Killer

Did you know that the average lifespan of a NFL football player is only 62 years? (Current events: Crunch time – professional football – brief article.) That’s about ten years less than the average American male. Other sources have said that the average may be as low as 55 years old. Why do you think that is? Their bodies have been in a chronic inflamed state for years!

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