Health and Wellness Tips Archives

Take It To The Next Level … Step Out Of Your Comfort Zone

We all maintain busy lives and we tend to feel comfortable with the same routine. Stepping out of your comfort zone is very difficult but it is mandatory if you want to move ahead and take it to the next level. Read the rest of this entry

At Home and In The Kitchen

A typical member or client will show up in the gym, maybe a couple days a week or even four or five. You can workout hard but the majority of the results you are going to get are outside of the gym. This is about food, sleep and hydration. Bryan can give you an amazing workout and he does this every single time he works with someone.

“Your results matter the hours I do not see you, if you see a trainer 1 hour a week, there are an additional 167 hours during that week that you are on your own” Bryan Price.

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Vitamins Are Organic Substances

Vitamins are organic (made by animals or plants), minerals are inorganic that come from the water and soil. They are eaten by animals or absorbed by plants. Your body needs larger amounts of some minerals, such as calcium, to grow and stay healthy.

Minerals Are Inorganic Elements

Minerals are inorganic elements that come from the soil and water. Minerals are absorbed by plants or eaten by animals. Your body needs larger amounts of calcium, to stay healthy.

Vitamins and minerals convert food into energy, and repair cellular damage. These essential nutrients perform hundreds of roles in the body. They are essential for bones, heal wounds, and bolster your immune system. Vitamins and minerals are also essential for converting food into energy, and repair cellular damage. Read the rest of this entry

Apple or Avocado Nutrition

Is it an apple a day or an avocado a day? Let’s get straight to the point … Avocado nutrition or apple nutrition. Both have incredible health benefits but keep in mind for health and wellness we all have options. An avocado may just be an option for you. Avocados are high in protein and high in fats with limited sugar. Bryan Price pushes eating your greens but what you have to add to this is introducing healthy fats.

An apple is full of sugar and this can have a negative effect of spiking insulin levels with Type I and Type II diabetics. Avocados are very low in carbs which addressed the sugar challenge.

An avocado has 300 calories, covers the greens, incredible protein and it is great for your skin. There is a difference between healthy fat and non healthy fat. There are saturated and unsaturated fats. Read the rest of this entry