Entries by Chad Sorsdahl

Fitting Fitness and Exercise Into a Very Busy Schedule

  You have a million appointments and things to do. You feel as if you can’t possibly fit any more into the day than you are already. You work hard to stay organized and to get things done, but yet you know that you need to make fitness a priority. So how do you do […]

Do You Look Bloated? Avoid These 3 Foods to Beat the Bloat

Holiday pictures are right around those corner….those office Christmas parties and New Year’s Eve celebration photos just waiting to be snapped. I know you don’t want to look bloated, so I am going to give you 3 foods to avoid, and 3 foods to eat instead. And besides holiday temptations, around the holidays people tend […]

What You Should Eat To Improve Thyroid Health

this article has been taken from MindBodyGreen.com written by Dana James, you can read the original article here You knew you had a thyroid issue. It just took your labs a couple of years to catch up. If you were lucky, you were prescribed magic pills and you shed your excess weight, your energy bounced […]

How to Maintain a Healthy Weight While on Holidays

While I count the days until my first holiday in over 4 years, I’m planning on not gaining any weight. Yes, I plan on eating delicious food and drinking while soaking in the incredible history, landscapes and traditions and sunshine of Bali, Indonesia. Here’s how to lose weight and keep your fat-burning metabolism revved up […]

Why You Need Protein in Your Diet

  Why You Need Protein in Your Diet   Protein is an essential nutrient found in animal products, nuts, and beans. The name protein name comes from the Greek word protos, which means “first.” Your body uses proteins in your diet to build new cells, maintain tissues, and synthesize new proteins that make it possible […]

To Carb or Not To Carb That is the Question

Have you ever heard that you should avoid carbohydrates if you’re trying to lose fat? Well, that’s a bunch of nonsense. 🙂 Sure, there’s a time and a place to go low-carb, but there’s nothing “bad” about carbs so long as their the unprocessed, fibrous variety. That said, there is one little rule that you […]

The Paleo Diet: Saviour or killer?

At first glance the Paleo Diet seems to make sense… The idea behind it is pretty simple. Because our bodies weren’t designed to handle the more recent changes in our diet it makes sense to go back a million years or so and eat like our Palaeolithic ancestors. The recent changes, being things like refined […]