No temporary results

Eat healthy consistently! It’s not about instant or temporary results but a lifetime of health. Think about how each thing you eat will help you and improve you. If you find yourself eating lots of things that aren’t beneficial, reevaluate your diet as a whole. Be well!

What is your body made of?

What is your body made of? Your cells are built on the food and nutrients you consume. Give your body good building materials to work with!

Inspiration

  Motivate yourself to improve your life and your health! Set goals everyday that help you strive to be better.

Foundation #4

Why is exercise important? Exercising helps us maximize oxygen and blood flow allowing nutrients to circulate. It also increases muscle strength, improves stamina, and strengthens the immune system to help reduce risk of disease. This is the 4th of the 5 foundations of health.

Foundation #3

Nutrition is a vital part of our overall health. Providing our bodies with the right fuel and nutrients is essential. We must give our bodies the best building blocks possible to keep us strong, stable, well, and full of energy. You really are what you eat!! 🍏 This is the 3rd of the 5 essentials … Continue reading “Foundation #3”

Foundation #2

2. The spine is responsible for protecting the spinal cord which sends and receives messages from the brain. For it to preserve something so vital and essential to life, the spine must be strong while also allowing for mobility. For optimal health we must make sure that the brain signals can reach the body (& … Continue reading “Foundation #2”

Foundation #1

1. Maximize Brain Health This is the first of the 5 foundation of health. Your brain is the command center, the keeper of memory, the processor of data. It senses, understands, refines, decides. Our brains are amazing and mysterious. Keeping your brain healthy is the ultimate goal and many different components affect it. The next … Continue reading “Foundation #1”

Health is a way of life.

Health is something to strive for every. single. day. There’s no one time fix. Being healthy is something we have to consistently work toward. Start by changing your habits one step at a time. Then look back and see how far you’ve come!