Monthly Archives: February 2015

Vegetables!

For anyone to have a well rounded meal, vegetables need to be included on your plate.  The advantages of vegetables is that they can enhance the flavor and texture of what you are eating and more importantly, add tremendous amounts … Continue reading

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Oils, Fats and Cooking…

I was listening to a radio show this week where they had a couple of renowned chefs coaching a couple of local celebrities in a cooking contest. During the event, one of the chefs said that a fatal mistake was … Continue reading

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German Volume Training, GVT…

I did a post about intensity and volume which is similar to what I am going to talk about on this blog post.  That post can be found here. I ran into an article on Yahoo Health that talks about … Continue reading

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Rest between workouts…

To rest or not to rest, that is the question!  And what is considered rest?  A question that is less seldom asked. Any form of exercise has a light, moderate and strenuous range.  One cannot go all out performing cardiovascular or … Continue reading

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Toxicity in foods…

There are many misconceptions about natural foods and processed foods.  The biggest one is that processed foods contain toxic chemicals and natural or organic foods do not. The fact is that all foods, regardless of how it is grown, processed … Continue reading

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