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Eco-Friendly Exercise
Apr 20, 2019

Eco-Friendly Exercise

Now that spring has finally sprung and we are heading into warmer weather, we can creep out of the warm caves we have been hiding in all winter and take our exercises to the outdoors. From exercises as simple as a walk or morning run to full body calisthenics or muscle beach style gym workouts. One thing remains the same. The ability to breathe fresh air and experience nature while you are training. This can be an amazing experience, as well as a saddening one due to the excess amount of litter polluting our roadsides, bikes trails, hiking trails, beaches, rivers, lakes, and just about anywhere else outside. This is something to reflect and take action on and no better time to do so than during your workouts!
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Exercise: The Gift That Just Keeps Giving
Nov 14, 2018

Exercise: The Gift That Just Keeps Giving

We all know exercise is good for you. It strengthens and builds the muscles in your body, helps you lose weight and sweat toxins out of your body. But did you know that exercise can also boost your immune system, reduce stress, delay brain aging, increase memory retention and more? This is a powerful practice that when performed on a regular basis can greatly improve and preserve your overall health and wellness!

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Probiotics: Bacteria That Effect The Way We Think & Feel
Jul 21, 2018

Probiotics: Bacteria That Effect The Way We Think & Feel

We all have days where we are a little moody and don't quite feel like ourselves. Sometimes it's is because of certain events that can be traced back to the source. Other times however, we are left in the dark, wondering why we feel the way to do. This results in many people getting prescribed pharmaceutical drugs to fix something that might be able to be fixed through your gut. Thats right your gut. Studies have shown gut microbiota that interact with brain regions associated with mood and behavior. Lack of these beneficial bacteria have also been linked behavioral disorders like anxiety. As well as neurodegeneration in the brain in the form of Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s diseases.

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