I was teaching a virtual workshop to a group of moms in Texas last week when all of a sudden, I had a powerful insight:
Last week I shared a story of what’s possible in the realm of achieving spectacular cholesterol numbers without the use of medication.
Today I want to share with you that optimal weight is not only possible, but it’s achievable EVEN by people “of a certain age.”
Mind you, I personally dislike that expression, but I’m using it to illustrate how stupid it is to tell people that their health is destined to go downhill after a given age.
Over the past two weeks we explored the pros & cons of Ketogenic diet, and I shared with you the core principles of my anti-inflammatory lifestyle. But we haven’t touched on exercise.
Let’s talk about different kinds of exercise and what they’re good for:
1. Moderate continuous training
He said it again and again, over the course of the weekend:
"You are NOT a victim of your genes."
This was Bruce Lipton facilitating his workshop at Kripalu, titled "The Grand Convergence of Science and Ancient Religions."
I'm listening to Anita Moorjani's second book, What If This Is Heaven?
It has powerfully reminded me of something I've written about before, but this message is the cornerstone of all of health, and frankly happiness in all of life. So unless we're enjoying perfect health and a miraculous life, there's something here for each of us.