In this episode, Barton Scott, founder of Upgraded Formulas, analyzes my hair test results for mineral and heavy metal status, so you can see what you can learn from this test.
Barton is a Chemical Engineer who always had a sharp cognitive function, but suddenly began to suffer memory loss and mental fatigue. How could this be, at such an early age? To make matters worse, tragedy struck at the same time, when he, unfortunately, lost his Mother. After taking many supplements during this time frame, nothing was working. Faced with adversity and looming health issues, this is when he decided that he must pursue solutions. He grew frustrated with how mineral supplements lacked effectiveness and absorption into the body rendering most products in the market useless. He set out to fix the problem, using his background in Chemical Engineering and experience as a nutritionist, he was able to identify the issues with the current offerings and applied a solution based on...
Elle Russ is a writer, speaker, and host of Mark Sisson's Primal Blueprint Podcast. She is the leading voice of thyroid health in the Paleo, Primal, and Ancestral Health movements. Elle is the author of the bestselling book THE PALEO THYROID SOLUTION, and in this episode, we discuss her new book, CONFIDENT AS F*CK. She lives in Malibu, California.
You can find links to her books and learn more about her at http://www.elleruss.com.
Elle is also my co-host on the Kick Ass Life Podcast, which you can find at http://kickasslifepodcast.com.
To reserve your spot in our upcoming Kick Ass Life Podcast Live online event, visit http://kickasslifepodcastlive.com.
Paul Carter is a strength hypertrophy coach and the founder of Lift-Run-Bang, an online coaching website. He has written for T-Nation, Muscle and Fitness, Flex Magazine, and Bodybuilding.com. Paul is also the co-author of the "Maximum Muscle Bible."
You can find his training app and latest carb cycling nutrition plan.
And follow Paul daily on Instagram: @liftrunbang.
In this episode, we go deep into the walk of self-discovery. Paul shares his personal journey and the many lessons he has learned as a seeker of truth and personal growth.
Toward the end of the episode, Paul shares the simple truths he has found over 20 years in the fitness industry that hold people back from getting the body of their dreams.
Robert coaches individuals from all walks of life - including professional athletes, popular entertainers, senior executives, and everyday people - and consults with organizations of all kinds. Corporate clients have included: Facebook, Google, YouTube, Deloitte Consulting, Capital One, and dozens of others.
In addition to completing his MBA coursework, Robert attained a Masters in Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) - the science of happiness and success - from the University of Pennsylvania, an ivy-league institution. The MAPP degree is a degree held by only a few dozen people in the world.
Prior to his current work, Robert worked as a Big 5 Management Consultant and, then, as a Professional Actor and Model. He's worked for clients like Nike, Reebok, Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus, Sandals Resorts, St. Kitts Tourism, Toys-R-Us, and so on and played "Paco" on the CW show, "South Beach."
Eric is a cattle rancher, amateur Crossfit Athlete, and a registered Professional Mechanical Engineer. Eric uses his diverse skill sets to develop unique environmental solutions for various problems in agriculture and other industries. Eric owns Double P Ranch in Mounds, Oklahoma where they produce grass-fed beef and operates his
ranch as a Savory Global Business Hub to provide
restoration grazing education and guidance.
Dr. Anna Cabeca, a triple board-certified, Emory University trained physician and hormone expert was diagnosed with early menopause at age 38. Devastated, she set out on a personal wellness journey to reverse her menopause side effects, which resulted in her delivery of a healthy baby girl at the age of 41.
After experiencing her own health successes, Dr. Cabeca began counseling others, ultimately changing the lives of thousands of women across the globe. Her new book “The Hormone Fix” and other empowering transformation programs have helped women of all ages become their best selves again. Her successful line of all-natural products features the alkaline superfoods drink Mighty Maca® PLUS and the rejuvenating vulvar cream Julva®.
Errin Smith is the creator of the What We Crave Emotional Eating Summit.
Errin, also known as That Health Chick, has had a solid career in the health and wellness space for over 10 years, working with some of the biggest names in the industry such as Dr. Zach Bush and Dr. Dan Pompa and many more.
She has highly reputable experience in advanced protocols for fasting, detox, nutrition, and microbiome health. She is also an athlete, fitness fanatic, health nut, and is obsessed with mindset and personal development … no wonder she’s called that health chick.
She's also the founder of Spontaneous Halos, a random acts of kindness movement. But more recently she hosted and produced an online summit called What We Crave on the ever so fascinating topic of…emotional eating.
She’s interviewed some serious rockstars and let me tell you this summit is going to give so much value to anyone struggling with understanding...
In summer 2019, keto fat burner pills that claimed to be featured on Shark Tank popped up all over the internet.
It was a scam.
They were never on Shark Tank.
They were never in major news outlets like Women’s Health or Shape like they claim.
The transformation photos aren’t humanly possible in the time frame they’re claiming.
The celebrity transformations and quotes about their products are fabricated.
They have a ton of names, including: Keto Melt, Ultra Fast Keto Boost, Keto Ultra, NutriFlair, PureFit Keto, Keto Rapid Max Pure, Keto RX, Ultra Apex Keto and more, and they’re still available all over the internet.
They don’t tell you what is actually in the pills.
Some advertise 800 mg of BHB (beta-hydroxybutyrate or ketones). 800mg of BHB isn’t even close enough to see a rise in blood ketone levels. That is less than 1g of BHB.You need about 11-12g of BHB in order to see a rise in blood ketone levels.
They are an absolute junk product. And...
written by Katharine Sniffen
Exercising daily can yield results that are physical in nature, such as looking fit and fab, maintaining or losing weight, and improving strength and endurance. But aside from it being one of the three New Year's resolutions you ought to stick to, regular exercise also yields benefits far beyond the physical ones, as it can improve your mental health. Read on to find out how.
Exercise improves well-being
HelpGuide points out in 'The Mental Health Benefits of Exercise' how regular physical activity is an investment you can make for your mind, body, and soul. When this investment becomes ingrained in your lifestyle, it will foster a sense of self-worth. In other words, it gives you confidence because you'll feel good about yourself knowing that you're looking and feeling better. Moreover, meeting your exercise goals, whether big or small, will give you that sense of achievement, thus making you feel even better about yourself. These positive...
Here are my top 3 big hitters on how to completely change your body and your life in 2020!
These simple, actionable steps will change the game:
1. Intermittent Fasting
Why is it so effective?
Mentally: It lays out clear parameters so you eliminate the “should I or shouldn’t I?” mental back and forth that will derail your nutrition goals eventually. You make the rule once, kick decision fatigue to the curb, and adapt to an extremely maintainable lifestyle. Soon it becomes second nature.
Physically: It allows your body the time it needs to use up the energy from the food you’ve given it and tap into your fat stores. This has powerful, positive long-term effects on blood sugar management, one of the biggest players in maintaining a healthy body weight. I recommend a 16:8 Intermittent Fasting window, meaning you eat within an eight-hour window each day and don’t eat the other 16.
2. Exercise Every Day
Sound like a lot to take on? Here’s why...