As the need for glucose for survival has decreased, our access to glucose has increased. These changes have created excess glucose in the American diet and increased storage of glucose in our bodies. We see the result of excess storage on a daily basis in the obesity epidemic.
When times get tough, our time for preparation of nutritious foods may be limited. Changes in approach to food preparation can help to avoid the eating pitfalls of the stress response. This week at maximlbeing.com we explore how to hack your stress-induced hunger
When anxieties run high, do you run to the bathroom? Does your GI issue “flare” when you are under increased stress? This week, maximalbeing.com focuses on the link between the brain and the gut! There is the truth behind having a “nervous tummy.”
When I speak to people about strength training, the first thing that comes to mind is some guy in a singlet grunting through sets on the squat rack. Well I am here to tell you that it’s time you change your thinking!