I want to apologize to our readers for the lapse in posts and comments these past few months. As many of you are aware, I have been heavily involved in hemp production and CBD extraction to help others with health issues. Actually, I have been doing work in the area for the past seven years….

This year, I am going to talk more about what I call the miracle plant. That plant is industrial hemp, however, it is not marijuana and will not make you high if grown at the certified USDA level of less than .3% THC. Well, you could get high on it, but only if you could…

For December 2018, we featured a special issue for MyHealthExpress online magazine. This blog post is meant to accompany that issue. As population has increased, so too has the use of drugs among society. These drugs are those prescribed by the medical industry that generally are single-compound drugs. It is not that they are all…

Almost every day we see articles about the benefits of coffee and tea in the headlines. Many of which tout the amazing benefits of either, but what are the benefits and is one better for you than the other. I’m writing about this because on any given day at least one client, friend, or colleague…

The World Anti-Doping Agency, or WADA, recently made a subtle change in their 2018 draft of the List of Prohibited Substances. Past iterations of the list described many dangerous drugs such as cocaine and others familiar to the average consumer. In January of 2018, a small footnote in the “cannabinoids” section reads “exempt: cannabidiol.” Click…

Do you write things down that you wish to accomplish? And, what are these ‘things.’ If you wish to achieve success with your 2018 health and fitness goals, you must write them down and pursue them actively. It is a proven fact that success follows such actions, whether in business or personal life. The real…

It’s that time of year again, when people start thinking about their New Year’s fitness and health resolutions. So, I just wanted to give you a few tips. 1. Don’t just say you want to work out, that’s too general. Set specific days you’ll train/workout in the gym each week. 2. Create a workout program…

The ketogenic diet severely restricts carbohydrate intake to about 10-20 grams per day. We also call it the athletic diet because we use it for athletes who come to training camp severely overweight and thus, we need to drop the excess weight quickly. Our first trial with this diet was done on one of our…

Managing your energy levels is a daily priority, whether a beginner or a pro. As an exercise buff, but especially if you’re into the collegiate or pro ranks, you face many daily demands while at the same time, asking your body to perform at its best, both mentally and physically, for your chosen activity. And,…

Have you been looking at social media? If so, you’ll quickly see that there are thousands of trainers out there seeking your business. And, a great many of them post videos of exercises, which has become the common trend. However, walking into the gym is only the first step to getting healthy and building a…

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