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Why would you consider taking the time to “reset” your health?

Why would you consider taking the time to “reset” your health?

Nutrition is a key building block to a healthy life.

Maybe you feel fine. Feel good. Maybe even great! Good to hear. Everyone deserves that.

Join our upcoming next Cleanse Class with Coaching!

How important is our health? It might be the single most valuable thing we have. And the one thing that we have control over. Family, friends, security – they are also extremely important, but you cannot enjoy them unless you are in good health, right?

But for many of us we know we could:

  • Feel healthier
  • More energized
  • More focused
  • And be ready for anything!

What is a “reset” anyhow?

A reset is just what it sounds like – taking the time to change up your system to start living healthier. A good way is to start is with a “cleanse”.

What is a “cleanse” anyway?

Funny true story: I was asking my doctor about her advice on cleanses. She immediately thought of a colon cleanse. Yikes! So I had to explain in a bit more detail.

Basically, it is taking some time away from your current diet and giving your system a chance to “reset”. The typical format is to limit your diet to fruits and vegetables for a few days. Is it easy? Probably not. Is it worth it? Probably so.

With our busy schedules this can be a difficult thing to do. But giving yourself a chance to improve your health is probably worth the effort, right?

But a “cleanse” is only the first step. It can be the change you need to start eating a healthier diet.

Maybe you want to lose some weight. Have more energy. Improve your focus. You will want to use this opportunity to get on the right track with your health!

And let’s face it, if you just go back to fast food after the “cleanse”, you are going to be missing out on the chance to make a real difference in your life.

Your best chance for real success in “resetting” your health is to continue your change with a proven program that has helped others do just the same.

Join Our Next Coaching Class
Find Out The Details!

Join Our Next Cleanse Coaching Class

Starting each week we will be begin our next 7-day Cleanse Class with free coaching. Don’t fear going it alone. Join us to get daily reminders and a place to talk to others. And get your friends to come along too!

Sign up here and I will be emailing you all of the details.

It is a complete program with a 7-day “cleanse” and then a follow up program of healthy nutrition.

I work with a company that has just launched a 30-day challenge program. I know their products work because I have used their program to lose over 40 lbs. myself!

More Information

If you would like to know more – send me a message and we can talk. I always like connecting. After all this is “social” media, right?

Sound like something you are up for?

It is never too early or late in life to make a difference
in your health. One of my favorite sayings is: “The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second-best time is right now.” 

P.S. And the best part is that the 30-day challenge program is guaranteed – if you don’t feel a difference in 30 days you can get all your money back. Even after completing the program.

Where is the detailed survey of older people?

Source https://www.ageinplacetech.com/blog/where-detailed-survey-older-people

AARP recently published several new reports — all worth a read.  Rant on. The survey reports, about the 50+ gamers and 50+ tech trends, each identify an age band of the 70+, something AARP began a few years ago and kudos to them, that banding continues among some of their research reports.  Not so the <a href="https://www.aarp.org/content/dam/aarp/research/surveys_st…

Source https://www.ageinplacetech.com/blog/where-detailed-survey-older-people

AARP recently published several new reports — all worth a read.  Rant on. The survey reports, about the 50+ gamers and 50+ tech trends, each identify an age band of the 70+, something AARP began a few years ago and kudos to them, that banding continues among some of their research reports.  Not so the <a href="https://www.aarp.org/content/dam/aarp/research/surveys_st…

FlexIt Announces Partnership with Gym Source, the Largest and Longest Running Distributor of Fitness Equipment in the United States

Source https://www.clubindustry.com/press-releases/flexit-announces-partnership-gym-source-largest-and-longest-running-distributor

Club Industry was not involved in the creation of this content.

FlexIt and Gym Source collaborate to work cross-functionally and bring new fitness experiences and added value to consumers

NEW YORK, Jan. 22, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — FlexIt, the…

Source https://www.clubindustry.com/press-releases/flexit-announces-partnership-gym-source-largest-and-longest-running-distributor

Club Industry was not involved in the creation of this content.

FlexIt and Gym Source collaborate to work cross-functionally and bring new fitness experiences and added value to consumers

NEW YORK, Jan. 22, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — FlexIt, the…

Macrophage Polarization in Aging is Complicated and Poorly Understood

Source https://www.fightaging.org/archives/2020/01/macrophage-polarization-in-aging-is-complicated-and-poorly-understood/

Macrophages are a type of innate immune cell, and like all immune cells are involved in a great many processes in the body, ranging from tissue regeneration to clearing out molecular waste and debris to destruction of pathogens. Macrophages, and the similar microglia of the central nervous system, adopt different phenotypes, known as polarizations, depending on environment and the task at hand. The M1 polarization is pro-inflammatory and focused on ingestion of pathogens and debris, while th…

Source https://www.fightaging.org/archives/2020/01/macrophage-polarization-in-aging-is-complicated-and-poorly-understood/

Macrophages are a type of innate immune cell, and like all immune cells are involved in a great many processes in the body, ranging from tissue regeneration to clearing out molecular waste and debris to destruction of pathogens. Macrophages, and the similar microglia of the central nervous system, adopt different phenotypes, known as polarizations, depending on environment and the task at hand. The M1 polarization is pro-inflammatory and focused on ingestion of pathogens and debris, while th…

Optimizing Your Brain Health at Any Age

Source: https://womensbrainhealth.org/think-about-it/optimizing-your-brain-health-at-any-age

by Brain MD: Though it sounds like a slogan, it’s absolutely true: It’s never too late to start working on brain health. That said, the strategies for how to optimize your brain will vary depending on several aspects, not the least of which is……

Source: https://womensbrainhealth.org/think-about-it/optimizing-your-brain-health-at-any-age

by Brain MD: Though it sounds like a slogan, it’s absolutely true: It’s never too late to start working on brain health. That said, the strategies for how to optimize your brain will vary depending on several aspects, not the least of which is……

When You’re Unhappy and Want Things to Change

Source http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/tinybuddha/~3/fYH5QoEtL8E/

“Sometimes even to live is an act of courage.” ~Seneca

This is the first time I am admitting it: I was bullied in school.

I was thirteen years old at the time, and it went on for the one year that I lived in Dorm 11. I never acknowledged it because I felt bullying was too small a misfortune to complain about.

But now when I think back to it, I can remember exactly how the dormitory looked. I remember the view from the windows, the corridor in front of my dorm. I remember the faces of the other kids and I remember my face—vulnerable, confused, and lost.

It was the same year that I started showing symptoms of OCD. Things just went downhill from there…

I guess I got lucky because at one point, things started to slowly get better. At twenty-nine, my life isn’t perfec…

Source http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/tinybuddha/~3/fYH5QoEtL8E/

“Sometimes even to live is an act of courage.” ~Seneca

This is the first time I am admitting it: I was bullied in school.

I was thirteen years old at the time, and it went on for the one year that I lived in Dorm 11. I never acknowledged it because I felt bullying was too small a misfortune to complain about.

But now when I think back to it, I can remember exactly how the dormitory looked. I remember the view from the windows, the corridor in front of my dorm. I remember the faces of the other kids and I remember my face—vulnerable, confused, and lost.

It was the same year that I started showing symptoms of OCD. Things just went downhill from there…

I guess I got lucky because at one point, things started to slowly get better. At twenty-nine, my life isn’t perfec…

USDA’s infographics on school food purchases

Source https://www.foodpolitics.com/2020/01/usdas-infographics-on-school-food-purchases/

The USDA has produced four infographics on its purchasing practices for school meals.

Source https://www.foodpolitics.com/2020/01/usdas-infographics-on-school-food-purchases/

The USDA has produced four infographics on its purchasing practices for school meals.

Podcast 217 | Desire

Source https://www.theminimalists.com/p217/

By Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus ·

In this episode of The Minimalists Podcast, Joshua and Ryan talk about desire, yearning, craving and impulse and lust and longing and aspiration with author, theol…

Source https://www.theminimalists.com/p217/

By Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus ·

In this episode of The Minimalists Podcast, Joshua and Ryan talk about desire, yearning, craving and impulse and lust and longing and aspiration with author, theol…

Update: Humankind’s evolving quest to enhance the brain and the mind

Source: https://sharpbrains.com/blog/2020/01/27/update-humankinds-evolving-quest-to-enhance-the-brain-and-the-mind/

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Time for the first SharpBrains’ e‑newsletter in the new decade, featuring a range of inspiring and (mostly) promising news about humankind’s evolving quest to enhance the brain and the mind, and a few fun brain teasers 🙂

New thinking:

Source: https://sharpbrains.com/blog/2020/01/27/update-humankinds-evolving-quest-to-enhance-the-brain-and-the-mind/

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Time for the first SharpBrains’ e‑newsletter in the new decade, featuring a range of inspiring and (mostly) promising news about humankind’s evolving quest to enhance the brain and the mind, and a few fun brain teasers 🙂

New thinking: