For both a healthy planet and our personal health cutting red meat and excessive sugar consumption may be necessary.
Dr. Steve Victorson's Blog
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A great piece of research that suggests that we are more than just a machine driven by our genetic makeup. Our mindsets not only matter but can even impact our physiology.
The link below will take the reader to an interesting piece on weight loss. The take home is that diet(caloric intake) is the primary problem. Too many calories going in and not enough going out.
As World Cup Skier Mikaela Shiffrin continues her record-setting pace and her quotes remain newsworthy it is important for young ski racers and their parents to understand the words that define a champion.
We can save our planet one decision at a time, preserve our health and still live the life that we enjoy.
As the year comes to an end, I challenge all of my readers to do at least one thing for their health every day.
I have made a career helping individuals improve their general health and fitness or to pursue the highest levels of athletic performance and many aspects of these endeavors impact the environment. In particular, the food that we consume has a major impact on our ecosystem.
The fitness and athletic experiences that your child has when young set the tone for an active and potentially a sports-oriented future. Our experiences during youth have very powerful influences on how we live as adults. This is especially true in sport and physical activity.
...“If you want to do 30 to 45 minutes of walking a day, the amount of health benefit you are going to get is going to be significant and substantial,”… - Health News: NPR
When purchasing coffee, at your favorite coffee shop have you ever noticed how the barista serves you that coffee? Virtually every time I am served a cup of coffee the barista either picks the cup up with fingers holding the edges where I am about to put my lips or when placing the plastic cap the full hand and fingers are used to lock the cap in place.