There are many websites where you can get health information, so why choose this one? With my 30 years of experience in the health and fitness field as well as my academic credentials, everything I recommend for your health is based on the most current research. I don’t follow the latest fad or cherry-pick research to support my point of view. My recommendations aren’t based on the type of nutritional products I sell, because I don’t sell any. That’s not what I do.
I base what I do on three core beliefs:
Everyone can be healthier
Everyone can have more energy
Everyone can perform better
I can’t tell you that you’ll have perfect health, but I know you can be healthier than you are right now.
I can’t say you’ll have unlimited energy to do everything you’ve ever wanted to do, but you can have more than you do right now.
I can’t tell you that you’ll perform better in every area of your life, but if you’re healthier and have more energy, you can do more and do better.
There’s no single solution that will work for everybody. We’re all genetically different and lead different lives, and what may work for one person won’t work for another. It just doesn’t make sense to force a square peg into a round hole. I'll give you options so you can find the solution that works for your body and your life.
One thing I absolutely believe is that health is a choice. It all depends on one thing:
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The Current Message
The Consumer Report messages on supplements also brought out the responses. There were a few that I thought I should write about to bring about some clarity on the topic. From the list of “15 Supplement Ingredients to Always Avoid,” I wrote about only green tea extract in depth and mentioned caffeine powder. Most were herbs that are not found in conventional supplements such as multivitamins or coenzyme Q10.
You want to be the best you possible, in mind and body. To do that, you have to learn how to have optimal health and the steps to take to move toward that optimal life. September 9 and 10, you have just such an opportunity. I’ve collaborated with two other experts in personal development to put together an outstanding two-day event in Dana Point, California, at the Marriott Laguna Cliffs.