Food as Medicine
Before our calendar started, Hippocrates (the father of modern medicine) said, “Let food be thy medicine.” This is perhaps the most famous quote about food, although “you are what you eat” is very true and apropos today, as well. Regardless, the importance of food is undeniable, as your dietary habits are your number one modifiable behavior for either increasing or decreasing your risk of all chronic diseases today, including all of the top killers, such as heart disease, cancers, and diabetes. Nothing is more powerful or meaningful to your health than your eating habits. You need to know what you are doing to yourself every time you take a bite or drink of something. Like most people, you are probably unaware of the macro nutrient and micro nutrient contents of your typical food choices. We can help you discover what you are consuming through our comprehensive Dietary Record, Analysis, and Review. You record everything you eat and drink for 3 non-consecutive days, we analyze all of the entries that you send to us, and then we review all of the results with you. We will give you a thorough profile of your eating habits by content, tell you if you have any deficiencies or extremes, and put you on a personalized approach to eating your way to good health. Make your food count for you, and we will start by analyzing your current habits to help you get there.
Using a Weight Training Log
Demonstration and Description of Exercises
General Principles for
Common Training Mistakes
Weight Training Adaptations
Benefits of Weight Training
Voluntary Muscular Activity
The General Adaptation
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