All of your thoughts, your memory, the coordination of your muscles, your focus, even the very essence of your personality and what make you YOU depend on a single class of molecules: Neurotransmitters.
And like any other critical biological compound in your body, they don’t just come from “nowhere.” You can’t endlessly recycle them. It’s essential that you keep making them and making them and making them.
The more often a statement is repeated, the more it is believed. This is the truth of marketing and propaganda.
It’s no different in performance nutrition.
Myths and slanted statistics perpetuated by marketers with big ad budgets become part of our beliefs. We internalize them as truth, even when the science actually says something much different.
So let’s take a look at 4 of the most common myths in performance nutrition today and see what the science really says.
Millions of people are exposed every day. Most will never know and spend years and thousands of dollars chasing mystery symptoms.
And experts estimate that nearly 50% of ALL buildings in the US have some level of contamination.
However, with the right knowledge, you can heal and protect yourself.
But before we get there, let’s take a deeper look at what mold is and why it’s so harmful to our health.
Heart disease is the single greatest killer in America –– nearly 836,546 every year. That works out to about 1 person every 38 seconds, every single minute of every single day. This isn’t something that happens “out there” or to someone else. This is killing your fathers, friends, brothers, cousins, aunts and uncles faster than anything else.
There are 3 main keys to a person's heart health. Yes, two go through your stomach.
What you eat and the supplements you take can make a huge difference in how strong your heart stays over time.
Exercise is the second key and that requires your dedication and decision to keep doing it every day as part of your heart healthy lifestyle.
A long life with great late-life activity is dependant on keeping a strong heart.
If you've ever made hummus, then you know how easy it is. A few ingredients, whip them together and viola - creamy goodness. It's a classic dish with endless variations.
Now that you know the basics, expand your repertoire by replacing the primary ingredient. Most beans and legumes can take the place of chickpeas, but have you tried beetroot hummus?