Ken Marsh of Xooma Worldwide shares inside info on their fascinating product, Focus Up. If you are looking for a healthy alternative to “gas station” energy drinks, and want to get more done, be more effective, and have natural, sustained energy throughout the day, this episode is for you.
Today I review 6 clinical studies on Fulvic Acid.
Research from the University of Hawaii shows that most peoples annual weight gain occurs between October and February. But, if you research “Holiday Eating Tips” or similar search, there’s a bunch of really bad tips out there, trust me, I did it. So, after spending hours scouring the web, and discussing it with Dr. Kepo’o, here’s the EZ Wellness Club easy to follow, effective top 10 list of holiday eating tips designed to keep you healthy during the holidays!
Ever heard of “Fulvic Acid?” Well, it could well be the best supplement you’ve never heard of. Tests confirm it contains over 70 trace minerals… and trace minerals, it turns out, are incredibly important to your body! It provides tons of benefits, including better hair and nail growth, and has an alkalizing effect, a critical aspect of wellness.
Clinical research shows it also has anti-viral and qualities. Learn about this “miracle” supplement from one of the worlds leading experts, Paul Benveniste, one of the fathers of Fulvic Acid as a dietary supplement.
Hara Hachi Bu is a simple but profound principle of health. This ONE CHANGE in your diet could make a huge difference, leading to weight loss, increased energy, better sleep, and many other benefits… all without counting calories or depriving yourself of anything!
“You can change your life in 90 days.”
– Art Williams
Nothing combines so many core element of health into one powerful, macro and micro nutrient dense wallop of wellness power like a green smoothie.
Our Western world is obsessed with speed. Fast results. Fast solutions. Fast weight loss! Six pack abs in just six days!
We are rushing, rushing to the finish line—a finish line doesn’t really seem to exist. We’re working hard, always rushing, always trying to manage a packed schedule…
But this is making us sicker, over-stressed, burnt out, and unhealthy—especially when it comes to eating.
You’ve probably heard that weight loss is 80% diet—and it’s true! No matter how much exercise you do, eventually eating poorly is going to catch up to you. That’s why it’s important to eat a healthy, balanced diet containing high quality carbs, proteins, and fats.
I learned this principle years ago when I read Bill Phillips book Body for Life. I did his 90 day exercise challenge, and the simple diet of balancing carbs, fats and proteins with every meal. Within weeks I felt amazing, and had measurable improvements in body, smaller waist, bigger muscles… I looked and felt better than I had in ages. Since then I have experimented with many diets and programs, but I always end up coming back to just trying to get the right ratio of healthy carbs, proteins and fats, and when I do I’m at my best.
And yet, there are so many fad diets out there leading to mass confusion. You’ve probably come across people who shun carbs and others who are terrified of eating fat. Others are obsessed with large amounts of protein. This can lead to a lot of confusion, so we’re here to set the record straight.
What’s the best Carb, Protein, Fat ratio? Well, that’s a loaded question and depends a lot on who you are. A small elderly woman will have different needs than a body building college age man. But here’s some great info on macro nutrients generally, and thoughts on the Carb, Protein, Fat ratio, and why you ought to get it right with EVERY MEAL.
Have you hefted a 5 pound weight lately? It’s kind of hefty. You wouldn’t want to throw it in your purse or backpack and lug it around all day.
If you went for a run or a bike ride with it strapped to your back, you would be thrilled to rip it off and chuck it in the weeds somewhere along the way.
The challenge sometimes for dieters is that they don’t appreciate or respect losing a tiny amount, like 5 pounds. But is it so tiny? I don’t think so. It makes a difference. Every 5 pounds you can drop makes a difference.