In Common

So, I read a few articles. In the articles I noticed a few things they had in common yet dealing with different topics. Now they were not the same, but very similar. This article dealt with weight-loss. A Personalized Functional Nutrition Approach to Weight Loss - IFN Academy  This article dealt with immune health. The Ultimate Guide … Continue reading In Common

2 Books

A while ago I wrote to you about 2 books I was reading. Well, now I've been blessed to finish both of them. Both books deal with wellness and both books deal with science behind wellness. The name of the book I finished first was "Live Intentionally Well". The book was written by Jerry Frentsos. A … Continue reading 2 Books

Work and Life Wellness

#workwellness#employwellness#humanresourcemanagement#humanresourses#wellness#health#immunesystem#healthylifestyle#diet Employee wellness can be very expensive, as with life wellness.One of the things a business can use is good books, education or both.Of course lifestyle is up to the employee. Yet giving your employees tools and direction is a start.For as was said in the Matrix, "I can only show you the door, you're … Continue reading Work and Life Wellness

BMI?

#fitness #exercise #fitnessprogress #bodyfat No, I'm not going to talk about BMI to much today. I actually seen a post on a nutrition page that I found by accident. But finding your BMI can be deceiving because bone structure, genetics and muscle. I liked the post a nutritionist put up about BMI and they're not … Continue reading BMI?

Beginner workouts

This info is stemming from a co-worker asking me a few questions about working out. In turn, I decided to share with all of you what was sent to him by email. This one says it's for people who are in there 50's or so, but the tips are good for everyone- https://www.msn.com/en-us/health/weightloss/these-are-failproof-ways-to-lose-weight—and-keep-it-off—after-50/ar-AAFTSer?ocid=spartanntp This link … Continue reading Beginner workouts