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I lost over a 100 lbs a decade ago and I've kept it off. Now I serve others to help them reach their health potential. Follow me and my discoveries.
I'm Susan. I'm a mom, a grandmother, and a Master Kettlebell Trainer.
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Monthly Archives: January 2011
This may be an outsider on the plate, when it comes to children’s dinners, but it packs an impressive nutritional punch. Yet another member of the cruciferous family, this veggies contain some great nutrients: high in vitamin C: iron absorption, prevents … Continue reading
Today’s exercise post is easy. These are the 7 Fundamentals of Training that I follow: You must lift Heavy You must limit your reps to 5 You must avoid muscle failure You must cycle your loads You must stay tight- … Continue reading
Yesterday, we ventured into the realm of cholesterol, and mentioned heart disease. Today I’ll explore one of those said conditions-Atherosclerosis. This is when deposits of fatty substances, cholesterol, cellular waste products, calcium, and other substances build-up in the inner lining … Continue reading
Cholesterol, oh how this name has been drug through the mud (along with saturated fat-which we looked at this summer). We’re all told that cholesterol is responsible for heart disease. Health professionals recommend ridiculously low levels of cholesterol, and 15% of … Continue reading
I’m going to keep up with the theme of how humans have totally seemed to f*** ourselves (health-wise). First with light (fire and then electricity). Today I’ll cover the wonderful discovery of agriculture, before the dumb low-fat trend of 1970′s. … Continue reading
Grapefruit Kale Salad What’s in it: 1 bunch kale 1 tablespoon olive oil celtic sea salt 1 lime 1 teaspoon balsamic vinegar 1 grapefruit, sliced and chopped How to make it: Chop the kale into thin ribbons. Drizzle the olive … Continue reading
Kale, what a wonderful food to add to your vegetable repertoire (I know that my confidant Dr. Sharifi loves kale at the moment). It is good for cholesterol. The fiber components bind together with bile acids in the digestive tract. When this happens it’s … Continue reading
Amino acids play a central role in building proteins and as intermediates in metabolism. There are 20 amino acids found within proteins. Proteins catalyze all reactions in living cells and control virtually all cellular process. Proteins have within them the … Continue reading