Recently I listened to a Podcast by one of my all-time favorite hosts Max Lugavere. His Guest today was Dr. William Davis. They discussed some seriously mind blowing facts and research that may have you questioning everything you have ever learned about what a heart healthy diet should be comprised of how HDL and LDL cholesterol ("good" and "bad" cholesterol) actually work, gut flora, how a strain of bacteria we can culture and consume in a yogurt helps maintain bone density reverse wrinkles and increase muscle mass and just a bunch of seriously insane information. All of this can be heard on Max's Podcast and read in the book Wheat Belly written by Dr. Davis. A book that I instantly ordered after hearing just a preview of the information I can get from the book. For your convenience I am attaching a link to Dr. Davis Wheat Belly website as well as a link to the PodCast. Please take advantage of this information and use it to form positive habits in your life to increase your longevity and overall well being.
Also- I almost forgot to mention! Support my homie Max by pre ordering his new book The Genius Life. It's $26 on amazon and the information in ONE of his podcasts is worth 10x that amount.
Your goal should be to live a fulfilling life IN REAL LIFE. Don’t live for what you post.
Post what you live FOR.
Living a life that has purpose, goals, challenges, hardships, wins and losses, ups and downs, great times and not so great times are what turns just having a life into really living.
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challenges, and wins! Have a great week and start living!
It's a feeling that in the past I would almost always ignore. I think back to certain instances throughout my life, I can recall times when I know I should have done or said something that I didn’t, and instantly regretted it as soon as I walked away. I think a lot of you can relate to this.
My theory is that feeling is ALWAYS right. Everytime you go against it you know it. It just depends on how good you are at suppressing it at this point in your life. This feeling is something that I am working hard to no longer burry and suppress.
We are all meant to live for so much more. And knowing that makes me afraid of death. I'm afraid to be average. I'm afraid to fail. I'm afraid to expose the person that I feel I truly am. I'm afraid that someday I won't be able to take care of my family the way they deserve. I'm afraid to have lived a life that I didn't truly LIVE.
The older that I get the more I realize how short this life is. I’m worried that I will not leave behind a name or a life worth talking about longer than an hour or maybe a few days after my funeral.
I don’t mean that coming from an ego standpoint. I say that because I care for so many people. And I want to make sure they are always taken care of- I want to make sure they will always remember me for the person I know I should be.
Every day is a challenge, a challenge to do the things I know I should do.