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Something I’ve continuously been passionate about throughout my life and always find myself going back to is health, in various forms. No matter my current life circumstance, the one constant that keeps me consistently intrigued is finding ways to improve those realms as they’ve always brought me the most value and supplemented my other interests, careers, relationships, goals, and overall happiness the best! I’ve worked in the medical field for over 10 years and love to tie in my experiences from diagnostic medicine with what I’ve learned about fitness and health as well. My hope is to provide you with valuable information while further exploring and improving upon my own knowledge. There’s a lot of smoke in mirrors out there in the health/wellness/fitness industries and I’m here to simplify it for you by using sound principles. I’m so glad you’re here and I hope you find this blog informative, inspirational, and encouraging.
Vitamins and minerals (i.e micronutrients) play a wide-reaching role in different processes of the body. But the question is, do we need to supplement vitamins and minerals? Simple answer, no. In the past, vitamins and mineral supplements were used to cure deficiency diseases. Supplementation nowadays are primarily used with the aim of reducing the risk […]
The US spends significantly more in health care than any other nation. On average each American spends $7,000 annually on medical expenses. Given this, you would assume the average American must be in excellent heath, right? Unfortunately the average life expectancy is far below other nations that spend less on health care. As a nation, […]
My personal health and fitness journey has been riddled with a lot of trial and error periods as I drew knowledge from different sources; whether it was someone that inspired me, different schools of thought, the general interwebs, or my personal reading and research. I slowly figured out key principles I could rely on no matter […]
It’s 2020 and our sedentary culture has lead to our society become physically inactive. The rise in popularity of the internet and smart phones has contributed to a round the clock lack of exercise in people everywhere. Sure, with major technological advancements and direct access to anything we want we certainly more ‘mobile’ in our […]
Disclaimer: This blog is based on my own personal education/credentials, research and opinion which I am sharing for educational and informational purposes only.