In today’s fast-paced life, it is highly unlikely the vast majority of us adhere to a diverse, well-balanced diet to meet nutritional needs. If you are able to meet your daily caloric needs by consuming a nutrient-rich, highly diversified diet, you may not need supplements. Supplements should be used when significant deficiencies exist in your diet. Click here to download our October article!
Being informed is a fundamental step to unlocking optimal performance. Next time you are on the road, keep in mind the hidden calories and sugars that may be in your favorite drink! Click here to download our September article!
The human body can survive without food for weeks but cannot go for more than a few days without water. Water makes up nearly 60% of a person’s total body weight and is the facilitator of digestion. Click here to download our August article!
Jet setting has its advantages—discovering new cities, countries, cultures, and cuisines. It also has its disadvantages. Excessive consumption of unhealthy foods and inactivity contribute to poor fitness that ultimately leads to poor health. Prevention is always the best solution where possible and fortunately your on-the-go lifestyle does not have to compromise your health. Click here to download the complete article!
In Part 1 of this article I provided you with some basic tips to get you started. Part 2 is going to expand on those tips. Awareness, like consistency is key. It is important to be mindful of what you put in your body and how much. Even the frequent flyer has to take a moment. Here are some additional tips to help. Click here to download our July article!