• Jun
    10
    2017

    Why Relying on Your GP is Bad for Your Health

    When you get sick, your natural inclination is to go to the doctors. You’re in pain, you’re slow and tired, you can’t do the things you like to do – you generally don’t feel good and you just want someone to make it go away. This is completely understandable. No one likes being sick and […] Read More

  • May
    07
    2017

    Why it’s Crucial to Personalize Your Exercise Routine

    Let’s say that Andrew and John both walk into your gym on the same day. Andrew is 30 years old, has a BMI of 24 and John is 31, has a BMI of 26. Both men ask for a trainer to help them achieve their goals. Because both men are similar in age and are […] Read More

  • Apr
    12
    2017

    How Technology Can be Life Changing

    We have all been there – sitting at a computer trying to find a file, download something, install something, or any manner of computer related things, only to have the whole endeavor fail miserably resulting in frustration and quite possibly tears. The end result is abandoning the task and vowing to live the paleo lifestyle […] Read More

  • Mar
    09
    2017

    Why Personalized Health Treatment is the Future of Medicine

    The modern medical industry focuses mainly on cures for existing diseases based on generic protocols that are meant to work for everyone. But this one-size-fits-all approach neglects to recognize that we are all unique and therefore have different medical needs. Imagine two women: Andrea and Francesca, both of whom are 33 years of age and suffering […] Read More

  • Feb
    10
    2017

    Why the Mother’s Health During Pregnancy is the Most Vital Thing for the Baby

    It’s widely known that a baby is a precious gift that is a combination of its mother’s genes and its father’s genes. You hear it all the time from doting relatives and friends when a new baby is born: ‘He has his father’s eyes’, ‘She has her mother’s chin’, ‘He’s the spitting image of his […] Read More

  • Jan
    12
    2017

    How Your Looks Can Predict Your Health Risks

    We’ve all had down days. Bad hair days. Fat days. Days when we feel like we don’t look good and we don’t want to be seen in public. I’m happy with my body most of the time but, from time to time, i find myself standing in the mirror while getting ready and thinking ‘my […] Read More

  • Dec
    09
    2016

    5 Tech Solutions that Make Health Easy

    Being healthy and feeling good well into old age has its challenges and there are two main reasons why that is. The first – information about what promotes health is inconsistent and confusing. The second – life is demanding and staying healthy is time consuming. We are often so busy that we don’t have time […] Read More

  • Nov
    08
    2016

    How You Can Take Control of Your Genes

    Just ten to twenty years ago the major consensus was that we couldn’t change our genetic destiny, that we are born with the genes we have and there is little we can do to impact our health and lifespan. This was the general agreement even though in the 1940’s and 1950’s several scientist were already […] Read More

  • Oct
    13
    2016

    7 Reasons Why Modern Medicine is Letting Us Down

    Health and Medical Science has come far in the last several decades, yet medical curriculum is lagging behind much of the now accepted and documented methods for promoting health. Diet is an excellent example. Although diet can affect everything from blood thickness to heart disease, headaches and diabetes, medication rather than diet is often the […] Read More

  • Sep
    08
    2016

    How Personalized Health Can Help You Lose Weight

    Maintaining our ideal weight not only keeps us looking our best, but it is critical to excellent health. Whether you are motivated to fit into some smaller jeans, or you want to go from a one piece swimsuit to a two piece, being motivated to lose weight is the first step in having success. Weight […] Read More