Eating To Live

Scripture and medical research agree that modern lifestyles lived without reference to God’s laws and design shorten life and hasten death. The bottom line is this: What you eat makes a difference in your health.

Why Are Functional Exercises Important?

There are many reasons why functional exercises are important; here are some of the primary reasons: They promote maintenance and improvement in Active Daily Living tasks They promote spinal health and longevity They mimic motor patterns that translate into daily tasks, recreational sports, and work activities.

Functional Training

Functional training is defined as “activity that trains movement” and includes: balance training, stabilization training, core training, and dynamic movement training. Functional training is about QUALITY of the movement, not quantity!

Best 'Fast Food'

It's no big secret that many fast food restaurants have the lowest quality food imaginable. While other Fast Food chains seemingly carry some of the same items, we have found that these 3 chains stand head above the rest when it comes to quality... Chipotle, Jason's Deli, and Panera Bread

Deciphering Food Labels: No Degree Required

There are certain buzz words that the media has conditioned the average consumer to try to avoid, such as high fructose syrup, trans fat, saturated fat and MSG. But not having these additives in your foods doesn’t necessarily make them healthy. Sometimes it feels like you need a degree in nutrition to truly eat healthy. Here are a few quick and simple tips to help you decide what to buy.

To Meet Your Weight Loss Goal, Don't Forget The Brown Bag!

People make so many excuses when it comes to not eating healthy during the day. From not having enough time to pack a lunch in the morning, to not wanting to hurt co-workers feelings when they ask you to eat out, many people find it impossible to bring their own lunch. But there are many benefits to brown bagging it. Here are just a few: