By Steve Chandler
Self-control is fun because it is the one form of control that is not frightening. Other forms of control happen from outside of us. They come rudely crashing into our lives and frighten us. Some kind of control will happen, no matter what.
You will always have some… read more »
By Mike Geary, Certified Personal Trainer, Certified Nutrition Specialist
Author of the best-seller: The Truth About Six Pack Abs
3 So-Called “Healthy” Foods that You Should STOP Eating
(if you want a lean healthy body)
I was reading a statistic in a nutrition book recently, and this is going to shock you…
Now before… read more »
By Al Sears, MD
I’m sure you know vitamin C is good for you. That it can help clear out your arteries, fight inflammation, help fight sicknesses like the cold, and that it’s even good for your skin.
But what you might not know is that right now, your body is working… read more »
Have you seen the funny new commercial from Starbucks? Actually it’s a commercial for its lesser known coffee brand SBC… Seattle’s Best Coffee.
Anyhow, it shows this lady doing yoga exercises when suddenly a male barista appears directly under her mat to offer her an iced coffee… mid-workout.
But what am I… read more »
If you have any interest in your health at all, you’re likely among the majority of adults who purchased supplements in one form or another over the past year.
Now let me ask you a question. Did you notice a difference when you took them?
If not, then you’re probably not getting… read more »
Imagine that your brain is an engine in a car with a manual transmission.
You keep your engine well-oiled and tuned up… and day after day it efficiently propels your car along from Point A to Point B. Never a complaint.
Until one day the clutch snaps. Something has gone wrong in… read more »
By Steve Chandler
Stories are told with words, and words have chemistry in them. If my story today is that I am struggling…just “trying to make a living” my whole brain and body chemistry become low and frustrated.
But what if I change the words and instead of trying to make a… read more »
1. Never compromise your integrity, for anything or anybody.
2. Don’t make promises you can’t keep. Learn to say no politely and pleasantly, but immediately and firmly.
3. Whatever it is, do it now. Not next week, not tomorrow, not later today — now.
4. When you feel overwhelmed, don’t try to do… read more »
By Carolyn McMakin, MA, DC
My patient, I’ll call him Jim, worked as a security driver for an armored car company and loved his job.
Jim was only 47 and really didn’t want to undergo the three level low back disc replacement and spinal fusion surgery scheduled in four weeks. But he… read more »
When you suffer any kind of pain, in the back, neck, shoulders or any other part of the body, inflammation seems to be part of the deal. Whether your pain is due to post-surgical scar tissue, injury, trauma or muscle deterioration, inflammation generally follows. The main question people have is why. Why… read more »