Alexa Schirm proves that health can be simple and delicious.
She received her bachelor’s degree in nutrition from Iowa State University and since then has been on a mission to spread the word about honest, realistic and most importantly delicious lifestyle changes. She is a firm believer that real health can be exciting, delicious and fun, and definitely not as complex as we make it. As a mom of three girls, she knows all about making healthy choices on the go and incorporating health into all areas of life. Her mission is helping people to create a new health-style through habit formation and real food. To use health as a means of living rather than living for health..
Lisa Balash, the “Kettlebell Bombshell” shares with us how we can use kettlebell training to develop longer, leaner muscle tone, improve mobility, and work in cardio to our workout routines.
Lisa Balash has been a top Pilates and Kettlebell trainer in Las Vegas, NV since 2003. Lisa’s undisputed and original training method, combines Kettlebells and Pilates.
Lisa is certified in nutrition and weight loss and has worked with a variety of clients from NFL Quarterback Tyler Palko, Sister Wives reality television star Janelle Brown, 4 time Mr. Olympia Champion, Jay Cutler, UFC fighter Matthew Riddle, NFL Wide Receiver Larry Fitzgerald, and Cirque Du Soleil performers.
According to a $25,000,000 study, there are 90 essential nutrients we all need, every day to provide optimal health. Learn what they are, and how to prevent deficiencies in this article and infographic!
Global Nutrient Deficiency? For years nutritionists and scientists have worried that food quality is declining, and that crops don’t have the same nutritional value that they used to.
Now the science is in, and both scientists and nutritionists understand what the global rise in CO2 is having on crops.
Check out the surprising science behind what’s happening to our crops, and how you can make sure and protect yourself and your family from nutrient poor food crops.
So, funny story. I’m a huge health geek and I love treating my own health as a science experiment. And I find that when I’m measuring and keeping track, I have more motivation to improve. If the scale says I gained a few pounds, I want to lose them. If I measure my biceps and find they are skinnier than other guys wrists, I want to gain some muscle. You get the idea.
So I was preparing this content about the 5 most critical health measurements, and I called my sister Angela for advice. Ten minutes into the conversation I wished I would have recorded the phone call. It was EXCELLENT. When I told her I wished I was recording she laughed and reminded me, “You know this part of what I do for a living, right?”
In this episode learn cool little things like how to live an amazing life of perfection and joy, the best possible form of exercise, the perfect diet, and other tidbits like that.
Valeria Teles has a great project called “Fit For Joy” and is on a quest to help people live better, more meaningful lives through her website and podcast. This is the recording of her interview with Dirobi owner Dave Sherwin, certified fitness nutrition coach.
The interview is broken into two parts, episodes 107 and 108.
This is a serious, scientific look at the Ketogenic lifestyle with five great actionable tips.
Dr. Annette Bosworth is an informatics physician. She operates a private practice, Meaningful Medicine. She is the author of Anyway you can, available on Audible and Amazon, and has an excellent Youtube channel.
Her life took a new trajectory when she was introduced to the science of the Ketogenic diet, and used it to help her mother turn her cancer around.
Dr. Bosworth is certified to provide not only general practice services but is also a recognized expert in nutrition, exercise, and mental conditioning programs. She is the founder of ECHO Kids, an initiative aimed at reducing childhood obesity and lowering rates of childhood diabetes.
She leads medical mission trips to Haiti.
Natural Dietary Supplements… Godsend or snake oil?
We often see statements like, “My doctors says I don’t need supplements,” or “Just eat a healthy diet and you’ll get all the vitamins and minerals you need!”
And while these sentiments are well meaning, they aren’t backed up by science. Every time I see these statements, I ask the people if they are willing to share the results of the test showing that they don’t have any vitamin or mineral deficiencies. And every time the answer is predictable… they didn’t get tested and have no evidence that they don’t have deficiencies.
So, turns out the immune system is pretty important for keeping us alive and thriving, and Sara Banta has had to learn that the hard way.