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Category Archive: Fitness

Vitamins vs Popeye

You may have heard the terms “Essential” vs “Non-Essential.” They refer to the ability of your body to manufacture its own nutrients as opposed to those nutrients that have to...

The China Study | Part II

She just seemed weird First of all, she was a vegetarian. That always seemed a little “off” to me because, oftentimes, that dietary regimen always seemed to be accompanied with some...

The China Study | Part I

I’m reading a book at the behest of my doctor who’s got me on a plant based diet in order to get my cholesterol levels down which tend run a little high because of my genetics. The book is “The...

A Name, A Job & a Woman

The first three things that God gave man was: a name (Gen 2:20) a job (Gen 2:19) and a woman (Gen 2:22) When you listen to two guys introducing themselves to one another for the first time, the first...

Drinking Water

You hear that it’s good to drink water… You hear that it’s good to drink water. It’s easy to gloss over that recommendation as a token admonishment that doesn’t necessarily translate to...

Break It Down!

Breaking It Down Several years ago, in an effort to supplement my income, I delivered newspapers. Having been a paperboy in High School, I was expecting something similar and in some ways it was, but...

Sugar & Salt | Part Two

It’s Sad The thing that’s sad about all this is that sugar, salt and fat can combine into some truly tasty combinations. Right? And here we are talking about sugar and salt as though...

Sugar & Salt | Part One

There are 39 grams of sugar in a 12 oz can of Coke. That equates to 10 teaspoons or approximately 39 packets of sugar – the kind you use in your coffee. Pause for a moment and bear in mind that...

What’s the Prize?

You Gotta Push I maintain that a large part of the reason why many people fail to realize their fitness goals is because they don’t reinforce their resolve with something greater than...

Taking the Chore Out of Church and the Failure Out of Fitness

Many people wind up pursuing their fitness goals rather than realizing them.  And the reason they fall short is usually one or a combination of the following… Fitness is important, but...