One night with my family over the holidays we were watching a favorite show of ours and my brother, a very active individual, would get up every fifteen minutes to stretch out his legs and get blood flowing to them as he says. We have discussed why he does this before but this time I told myself that I would get to the bottom of it and see if he was really on to something that is truly healthy for you. In theory it makes perfect sense to get up every so often after sitting in a sedentary state for a while to but how much does it really help.
It has been proven that sitting time is correlated to death and disease. In a study done by the American Cancer Society, they found a link between long periods of time spent sitting with higher risk of death from all causes. 1Research done by South Australia Health shows the same correlations between sitting time and being overweight, having diabetes, and a greater chance of heart disease. 2The most likely reasons for this correlation is that the time spent sitting is in place of time spent in an increased heart rate state. This meaning that you are moving but not necessarily exercising vigorously. Time spent looking at and watching screens is ever increasing in our technological society. Usually time spent looking at screens is sedentary. At first technologies like computers and televisions were strictly business use but now there is probably less than ten households in the U.S. that don’t have a device with a screen in them. There is no doubt in my mind that this time spent looking at screens is taking away from our time up and moving around and we now know that this is negatively affecting our health yet we only seem to be creating more of these devices.
Now some of you might be saying that your job requires you to be in a sedentary position for prolonged periods of time. This may be true but there are still ways in which you can break up the time spent sitting. Breaking up the time spent sitting, even if it’s just for five minutes every hour, would be very beneficial to your health.
“Even when adults meet physical activity guidelines, sitting for prolonged periods can compromise metabolic health. TV time and objective-measurement studies show deleterious associations, and breaking up sedentary time is beneficial.” 3This study done by the Exercise and Sport Science Reviews Journal and clearly shows not only that sitting time affects your health but also that breaking your sitting time can help if you have to stay in a sedentary position for an extended amount of time. In a study done by the Center of Physical Activity Research, they find the same kind of results when it comes to breaking up sitting time. “experimental studies provide considerable evidence of the positive effects of breaking up prolonged time spent sitting on metabolic outcomes.” One key part to mention is that it does matter what you break up your sedentary behavior with. If you only break it up with standing and do no other physical activity besides walking and standing then you are still more than likely to be unhealthy.
One must exercise in multiple ways in order to offset the negative effects of sitting. “the type, intensity, and frequency of physical activity necessary to effectively counteract the detrimental effects of prolonged sitting may differ according to the subjects’ characteristics, especially with respect to the subjects’ habitual physical activity level.” 4So now that we know that prolonged sitting time is negative for your health and that breaking it up more often is better for your health, here are a few ways to try to implement this into your day.
Drink more water so that you get up to get more water or use the restroom. This will naturally break up your sitting time as well as make you more hydrated. If you work at a desk for your career then look into getting a standing desk. You can get one that can go from a seated desk to standing so that you can switch between to two. If sitting and watching tv is a part of your day then I suggest getting up after every commercial to move around. If you have a treadmill, walking on it while watching your team play is a great way to watch the game but not get the negative effects of prolonged sitting.
These are just a few things or ways in which you can break up your sitting time more or even lessen the time spent sitting but the best thing to do is just be conscious of how long you are spending in a sedentary state over the course of the day. After realizing this making a real effort to shorten the time spent in that state no matter how you get it done. Hopefully after reading this you want to get up, start moving and change some of the lack of movement habits you may have.
We’ve all been told before to go outside and get some fresh air to calm down, but have you ever wondered why this is a saying? I certainly have. I also wondered why typically people who spend lots of time outdoors in nature seem to be less stressed and overall more healthy individuals. What nature is defined as is debated all over the world but for the purposes of this post when I refer to nature I am talking about green spaces that are more or less untouched by mankind. Today I want to share with you what my findings were and hopefully get you outside amongst nature more often after this.
We all know that exercise can increase your physical health in very positive ways but this is only one of many things you can be doing in order to increase your overall health. I also specify physical here there because total health is comprised of much more than just your physical health. Being outside in nature not only can increase your physical health through the movement you are doing through it, but it also has effects on your mental health. In a study by the British Journal of Sports Medicine, they found that walking in nature and spending time under the canopy of trees causes electrochemical changes in the brain that can lead people to enter a highly beneficial state of effortless attention. 1The results of this experiment showed evidence of brain wave activity indicating lower frustration and higher meditative states when moving into green space and the exact reverse when moving out of it. There is no question this is true in my mind because I feel this every time I visit Manhattan. The minute I step foot out on to the street from Penn Station I feel the difference in energy and how busy people are. Yet when out in nature I feel more relaxed and in a less anxious state.
This brings me to my next point. Now if being outside in nature positively affects your health which is proven by science, well then how much is enough time in nature and how much nature do you really need. Luckily here in Beaufort, we not far from nature at all. The beach is close by as well as a plethora of outdoor green spaces such as swamps or rivers where we can intake all the healthy benefits of being outside in nature. In a study done in 2006 by the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, it was found that “the percentage of green space in people’s living environment has a positive association with the general health of the residents.” This means that the more access to nature you have then the healthier the populations usually are because they are generally spending more time in nature. In the study it is also said that spending time in nature will “enhance worker productivity”. 2So being outside amongst greenery can positively affect your life in so many different ways.
Being in and viewing nature can also lower your stress levels. Tests were done on people to monitor some of the physiological stress responses such as heart rate and blood pressure to see what their responses were when in nature. They found that “people who view nature after stressful situations show reduced physiological stress response, as well as better interest and attention and decreased feelings of fear and anger or aggression.” 3This is yet another reason to go out and experience nature. Lastly you can get a healthy dose of natural vitamin D when outside in nature from the sun. In these days I feel like as a society we have been scared away from the sun’s rays due to skin cancer and other sun expose related diseases. If exposed in moderation, just like most things, it can be very helpful as well as boost your mood and energy levels. 4Studies have been done on depression and how the lack of sunlight and vitamin D affect the depression.
From the research that I have done it seems as though we should get outside more if being healthy is high on our priorities. You will not only improve your physical health from moving around in nature but also receive the many other mental, spiritual, and emotional health benefits that being in nature gives you. So if you are feeling stressed, take a walk in the woods. If you are feeling sluggish and have a lack of energy, read a book in a park for a bit. These types of practices will help you be a healthier individual in more aspects than one. I implore everyone to make an effort to get out into nature more than you already do and spend that time taking in the nature of this beautiful planet.
“Hey everyone! Cory from EarthFIT here. Today I am going to talk about PNF Stretching. So PNF stretching is a tool that you can use to get a much deeper stretch. So we do this in a recovery training so I’m going to go through how to do them. It stands Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation. Basically what we’re doing is we are consciously activating the golgi tendon to relax the muscle so we can stretch deeper. All that means is we are going to get a deep stretch and then the muscle that you are stretching, you are going to contract it, and then once you relax it is going to relax even further than it did the first time and the stretch is going to increase. So the big thing here- you want to make sure to always increase the stretch, increase the range of motion; at no point are we going to decrease the stretch.
So as we are doing this stretch we are not going to stretch and relax back and forth like this (please see the video) that doesn’t do anything. So what we are going to do – find where it’s a good stretch and just feel that stretch for a few seconds then you are going to contract that muscle, so right here we are stretching the hamstrings, so you can imagine kicking your leg down to the ground and slightly pointing your toe up, so we are contracting the hamstring here and then we are going to relax so that stretch is going to go deeper.
We’re always going to increase the range of motion, not decrease it, so once more contract the hamstring by kicking down but I’m holding it in place with the strap then when I relax it goes deeper. So you might shake a little bit like I do, that’s alright. So once more big thing when we relax we are keeping tension on the strap, we are not going to relax everything and let it pull us forward, because again, this doesn’t do anything, so keep tension and only relax the muscle that you are pressing.
So I’m going to show you different stretch. We are going to do quad stretch from standing because with any stretch we can do a PNF with it. Some of them require assistance but we can do a PNF with any stretch so if I’m stretching out my quad right here you know I’m feeling a nice deep stretch in the front of the leg. I’m going to PNF by using my arm to hold that leg in place as I kick down, as I’m kicking I’m activating the quad and then once I relax, I relax the quad but I keep tension my arm. You saw how that stretch went a little bit deeper. So if your foot is already against your hips when you do this you’re just going to lean forward with it, pull your leg further back, so once more I’m going to kick to my hand but keep it in place, then I’m going to relax my quad but I keep tension in my arm because we need to keep tension on what’s pulling us deeper into the stretch, so again here my range of motion increased each time. I didn’t relax everything and let it go forward and then pull going back and forth.
So you always want to increase the range of motion getting deeper stretch, you’re picking that muscle, stretching as far as you can, contracting it for a few seconds, and then relaxing it completely pulling that stretch deeper. So that’s what we are doing during recovery trainings and that will help you get a deeper stretch, you always want to make sure that you warm up before stretching, no matter if it’s normal stretching or PNF stretching, and ideally this kind of stretching since it’s deeper you want to be able to do that after a workout. It’s not ideal to do it before you could, but I’d recommend after workout and certainly warm up for it.”
In this world there are many shapes and sizes. This is also true for the human bodies. We have so many different variations of characteristics that help tell us apart from each other physically at least. Generally speaking though, these physical differences place us into one of the three body types we have come up with in society. The three are Ectomorph, Mesomorph, and Endomorph. In this post I am not only going to go through exactly what each of these body types is but also talk about the differences between them when it comes to nutrition and exercise and what is best for each type.
The first body type is ectomorph. These are people with smaller bone structure and more narrow builds. For example most long distance runners would be perfect representations of ectomorphs. Ectomorphs are more suited to processing carbohydrates for fuel.  Ectomorphs have an easier time burning carbs and even can thrive off putting carbs into their bodies to use them as energy. This is described as a high carbohydrate tolerance. This would be why endurance athletes have a tendency to be closer to the ectomorph body type because endurance sports requires lots of fuel from carbohydrates to replenish their glycogen stores. Ectomorphs also typically have faster metabolisms which contribute to their slimmer build because they burn more calories at rest than the other body types. Though it is more difficult for them to build lots of muscle and bulk up. Ectomorphs want to intake more carbohydrates than the other body types, take in less fat and still need a good amount of protein if trying to put on muscle.
The second body type is endomorph. These are people with bigger bone structures and more fat mass. Longer bones as well as thicker in diameter which allows them to put on mass much more easily than someone with a smaller bone structure. Excess calories in an endomorphs diet are more likely to not get burned off because of their slower metabolism which allows them to put on fat mass more easily.  However in this excess energy inclination, they also have an easier time storing lean mass which could be muscle. Endomorphs are on the other side of the spectrum to ectomorphs for the most part. This is true with their macronutrient tolerance as well. Endomorphs don’t burn carbs like ectomorphs. It is suggested that endomorphs take in more fats and proteins due to this lower carbohydrate tolerance. The carbohydrates should be digested around bouts of exercise so these calories get burned off and have a less likely chance to be stored as fat.
Lastly we have the mesomorph. Mesomorphs are a combination of both body types previously mentioned. They have a medium sized bone structure with an increased ability to put on muscle yet still be lean.  As far as nutrition goes, mesomorphs have a little bit more leeway when it comes to their macronutrients. They can tolerate carbohydrates pretty well but still need a good amount of protein if trying to build muscle. However this does not mean you can just put in whatever you want into your body and expect good results. Mesomorphs also have a tendency to produce a good amount of power due size and ability to put on muscle.
Some of you might have read this far and said to yourself “I don’t seem to be like any of these body types.” Not everyone falls closer to one of these body types so if you are between two or all three of the types then you can take some from each and see what ways of nutrition and exercise work for you. It is not unusual at all to be a combination of these body types but generally you fall closer to one whether it be physically apparent or whether you are better with certain macronutrients. Now you should be consciously aware of what macronutrients your body type is more suited for which will allow you to better plan your intake if calories to reach your personal goal. However don’t use your body type as an excuse of why you cannot attain a certain look or weight. We can all transform our bodies into what we desire. We just have to put in the work needed and stay diligent.
“Hello! Kelly from EarthFIT here and today I’m going to talk to you about Parasite Cleansing.
So I’m doing a para-cleanse right now actually, and you might ask, “why should I considered doing one?” and here are some reasons. So, lots of the time, parasites – they can disguise themselves as a plethoraof different health issues such as:
and even cravings.
This often times can go undiagnosed or misdiagnosed. All of those issues just because health care professionals don’t typically test people for parasites.
So, how can you can you contract these parasites? This is the scary part. So, it’s very easy to contract a parasite. You can contract a parasite through unclean food, contaminated water, insect bites, through other people’s body fluids if they are infected, and also if you are a traveler or you have some of these (please see the video) then you are going to be more likely to contract the parasite. I personally, I happen to have 4 animals, so I feel like my odds are pretty high, your’s might be too, and so that’s why I am doing the para-cleanse.
Now you might be curious what is it that you need to do for the parasite cleanse? It’s quite simple, it is 18 days long. You don’t have to change your diet for this cleanse, which is really nice and I will go ahead and show you what I do right now. So it comes with directions that are super easy to follow, it tells you how many pills to take each day, they are just pills that you can take, and then there’s also a liquid as well so that’s super simple to follow. And what goes into it… so we have the (1) Super W Blend – it is a wormwood mix, they’re just normal little capsules, nothing too scary. And then we have (2) Cloves so that is super easy and the directions tell you exactly how many to take each day and then we have the (3) Green Black Walnut and it’s a tincture, and you just take it with the dropper, putting a water then you drink it actually, and it’s not too bad. So, those are the three main things.
And then I do want to know that during the day off period, the ammonia levels rise in your body and it can make it very difficult to sleep, so one thing that I highly, highly, highly recommend is the Ornithine. I don’t know if I’m saying that right, and this just neutralises those ammonia levels so that you are able to sleep and believe me you’re going to want this.
So just a little a bit about my experience for those of you who are curious, like I said this is my second time doing it. I will be honest the first time I did it, it was about 6 months ago; It was rough, I must have had a massive die off.I had joint pain, headaches, I didn’t feel good… but afterwards I felt amazing. My stomach was less bloated, I had more energy. My sugar craving was one of the biggest reasons why I did it and my sugar craving was actually manageable for the first time that I can ever remember, so that is why I came to do the second time. This time has been a breeze so that shows me that whatever happen the first time worked. You can get this cleanse at theDrClarkStore.Com and also I’m very open to answering any of the more personal questions. If any of you are curious you can go ahead and email me firstname.lastname@example.org or just pull me aside next time you see me if you do have another questions and thanks for watching. And I will see you all soon.”
“Hey everyone! Cory from EarthFIT here. It is January 2019, good time for a challenge so I’m going to have for you guys the Squat Challenge.
The goal is that for 5 days in 1 week you’re able to get a hundred body weight squats in one day. So the progression with that, you want to start out with 3 sets of 15. And then from there, you know, work up to 3 sets of 20, and add another set: 4 sets of 20, so you already we’re at 80 and then you can work up to being able to do 2 sets of 50 or maybe even a hundred squats straight.
So when you do the squats: we are doing 100 squats. I don’t want you to just go as fast as you can, half way down, just to bust out reps, so make sure that you’re going all the way down, the chest stays up and you set your hips back behind you, watching the knees here (please see the video). The knees are going to bend and the hips are going to go back behind you, so you’re nice and controlled, going all the way down, all the way up. That’s what it should look like from the side if you’re doing the squats, and then if you look at from the front the knees have to be going the same way as the toes, so you don’t want to go super wide and let the knees cave in… we want to bring your stance in a bit, flare your toes out slightly, make sure that your knees are passing, or going the same direction as the toes, so nice and controlled. Start out where you are at wherever you’re at: 3 sets of 15, 4 sets of 20, whatever it is, then be able to work up to doing 100 squats everyday 5 days a week.”
“First of all I want to thank the host for allowing me to spend few minutes to discuss the bio charger.
It’s one of the latest biohacking recovery technology. We are very excited to present to a group like you because you know more than most about recovery and just before we get rolling out of curiosity how many folks in the room have some familiarity with cryotherapy? How about compression therapy? And how about light photon energy or cold laser?
Those are all newer technologies that are finding a place into not only the athletic arena but in just helping people in general health and wellness. We’ll talk about how those compare in a minute.
Really the conversation today starts with cellular voltage. I keep go through probably 10 slides about ATP and TMP and mitochondria and all the things, that form of energy in ourselves but if we just take it 60,000 feet and say what happens if you have optimal energy or optimal voltage within a cell?
So first of all, just some basic 9th grade science water which represents about 60/70 percent of our cells cannot absorbed oxygen without the presence of voltage. So zero voltage is a dead cell. Optimal voltage which is arguably between 60 and 70 millivolts that can be measured on the inside of the cell allows a high concentration of a oxygen to be absorbed. In a nutshell, when you can achieve optimal cellular voltage, two things happen:
It starts a chain reaction. One is better uptake of nutrients so we can eat all the right things but our cells are not absorbing them if they don’t have the right voltage to turn that into ATP.
Second thing that happens which is critical importance of critical importance is detoxification at the cellular level so getting rid of the bad stuff. You put racing fuel in your gas tank but you got sludge in the bottom you aren’t going to have a peaking performance vehicle so if we look a little bit more closely at once you’ve achieve optimum cellular level, you’ve got good uptake and detoxification the next thing that happens is it begins to reduce inflammation.
Inflammation is a huge factor in sports and recovery but it’s also the number 1 root cause of the top 10 death causing disease in the US today so it’s a big deal.
Inflammation is a root of a lot of bad stuff happening in the body so to be able to reduce that… and by the way, when you increase ATP production you diminish oxidative stress and free radicals. So if you imagine a seesaw, the more ATP the less oxidation and free radicals, vice versa if you have lower ATP count.
A strengthen immune system is a by product and this is kind of an interesting. It’s one of these things that its hard to quantify and describe but an elevated sense of cognitive ability. There is an absolute impact to your memory, your mental quickness, your attitude when you have achieved optimal cellular voltage.
So those are all good things and then obviously it boosts circulation as well. Now if you look and have reduced less than optimum cellular voltage which most of us have, we’re not at an optimal level. It works in the other direction so it begin to deteriorate – you don’t feel as well, you don’t have energy, you begin to get sick, and you know a death spiral basically.
So if you believe that one of the keys to health at a cellular level is peak voltage, have an optimal voltage then the question becomes how do we get it? How does our body get that voltage? How do we achieve optimal voltage in the cells?
We know what to do with our cell phones. It’s not quite so easy with our cells but there’s an answer and the answer Is that there are these invisible magnetic and or light or other types of energy field so that are in our presence that are actually what provides that voltage to our cells. And if you look initially at the earth’s resonance/ Schumann’s resonance, we talk about some of the types of subtle energies that there are, we talked about a little bit earlier pulse electromagnetic fields. There’s another a visible light component photonic energy, red light therapy or infrared therapy that’s a subset of the visible light spectrum that we’re representing using the bio charger so you get a more rich broader spectrum of light energy. You have basically frequencies in harmonics which are equivalent to radio waves and then you have high voltage and the combination of those energies transmitted the right way can recharge our cells. So when the right set of frequencies of harmonics are combined with the right types of energy and the right power density, you can affect every cell in the body not just on the outside, frequencies and harmonics enable you to penetrate the entire body.
Why don’t we have optimal energy today without having to have a supplement?
First answer is our modern lifestyles are much different than they were originally when you’d walk around outside for 5 hours a day and bare feet under the sunlight which wherein now if we’re in sunlight we covered up from it. You don’t have crashing waves or negative ions present all the time. You’re not under lightning and lightning storms and you are not rounded to the earth’s natural magnetism so if you want to take and restore vital energy you can go outside and do those things. Go out to nature and it will restore it but most of us don’t have the time in our busy schedules to do that.
The other factors are toxic environment. Obviously, there’s stress but the food that we eat and the water that we drink is not necessarily is as healthy as we like and if you look at just ton of our environment overall – a lot of stress, a lot of other types of a EMF waves and interference that is out there that can throw you out of balance. So the beauty of that is that aside from a naturally provided energy is that we just talked about, there’s technology, technological examples that are helping to restore subtle energy within the body. Some of you may have been familiar with Nikola Tesla. Aside from the car, he was the first person to really identify that you could transmit energy wirelessly and that was way ahead of his time. It’s interesting there’s a story they ask Albert Einstein what was it like to be the smartest guy in the world and he said ask Nikola Tesla. The guy was way ahead of his time. There’s also a gentlemen from originally I think from San Diego – Royal Rife who was at a turn of a century who start curing cancer and so the American Medical Association shut him down using radio waves and frequencies.
So likewise you all probably familiar with Ten’s technology been around for a long time, PEMF we talked about and different forms of light technology. What we envisioned, we being the company advanced bio technologies was to be able to help Jim Gerard who is in the back of the room there and strongly suggests you get a chance to spend a couple minutes with over the next couple days.
He is the original inventor of the BioCharger and spent 25+ years studying Tesla, studying Rife, studying these technologies and I want him tell you more about it but he did a lot of research and a lot of experimentation before we got to the point where we release and introduce the BioCharger.
So what the BioCharger is a way to take the most valuable resource that we have which is our time and compress it into a very short period of time roughly 10 minutes 2-3 times a week and it will replenish and restore your cellular voltage to the optimal levels. We’re producing those 4 types of energies that I mentioned but being controlled by software. The granularity, the repeatability, the accuracy in our ability to specify different frequency… all the parameters that determine where these energy goes and how it’s being used. You know our cells for example all have a different resonance. They all have resonance but no 2 are the same. If you can produce a strong, rich, broad set of harmonics and frequencies that encompasses the full range of the resonance in our cells, you’ve essentially affect that every cell.
So the BioCharger is the most efficient and effective way to help restore that cellular voltage. There’s a few other components that (I won’t go into now but we believe that there’s a lot more once we get started that could be done and so we built out cloud infrastructure and we built out every BioChargers connected via the internet to the cloud so that when there is a new recipe which is an energy frequency program that’s designed for specific indication no matter who develops that, we test it and we put it in the cloud so all customers have access to it. So when Ken is looking for you know something for nerve damage for one of his players and he doesn’t have a recipe for that on his system already he could go to the cloud to a search, find one that works, download it and you’re off running down on that recipe. If one doesn’t exist, we have a team that actually does the research to find what the relationship is between which your client to solve and the frequencies that are associated with it so this is all science based. We’ve got hundred of systems installed around the world or 14 countries outside the US and we have some marquee customers that we’d love to share with you, couple the top surfers in the world. We have the olympic gold medalist, Erin Cafaro who is a huge advocate. You know, Ken and the Diamondbacks started using it years ago, we’re now at the Braves, and hopefully after this event we’ll have a chance to talk to you more about it how this might be helpful for the teams you are associated with but a good group and more importantly I think if you look at the orientation this system and where it started and who was buying, and bringing in were practitioners. It’s an alternative healing folks that we’re looking for new ways to overcome some of the chronic diseases that we face today. So it’s steeped in a lot of history, the technology took the legacy technology that were available through Rife, Tesla and some of these other geniuses but we also overlay today’s technology to be able to take advantage of it and bring it through fruition.
One of the other things that I’d say is that we’ve got 2 systems here today and we’ll have them through end of day tomorrow. We’re going to set the second system is set up in a room around the corner here so a little quieter and it’s kind of a nice setting so I would encourage and invite any one all of you to try few sessions a day if you can and notice what you feel. Call it subtle energy sometimes it’s not so subtle but it’s a pretty amazing technology. We appreciate having the chance to tell you a little bit about it. We look forward to your feedback and how we can perhaps work together in the future and answer I’d answer any questions that you might have. Alright I guess that does it. Well thanks very much.
There kind of 2 warnings just that are practical one is no pacemakers or insulin pumps or electro mechanical device. You want to start at a 6ft radius and work your way in and the other is folks that have a lot of toxicity in them especially folks with lyme or if people have parasite issues or you know just a toxic body they wanted start very slow so you do 1 session and wait a couple days and see how you feel because it does absolutely accelerate detoxification. I could tell you we’ve seen, we hear stories every week and a lot of them about and keep you up late or where people got their life back and if you have had opportunity to see some of the things that we’ve seen with bio charger and how it’s affected people’s health that were in a pretty bad shape you know you’d have no question about how it can be effective to help athletes in a recovery.
Cost- $12,000 and there’s a two-year parson waiver warranty. We have full customer service software updates access to the cloud, unlimited access to the recipe library are all part of that…
So first of all we work with a couple great financing companies that concentrate on alternative and Nick Mick is one of them who if you’re chiropractor you probably know who they are their insurance company for chiropractors so it’s great financing most of our customers will charge either something somewhere on the twenty to thirty forty dollars a session or sell a package of sessions or do a monthly fixed fee for it and a PBM example we have a chiropractor up in Charlotte Michigan Dr. Rouler who if anyone knows where that is it’s in the Spitz in Michigan. He started out so look anyone who wants to use a bio charger $50 a month flat fee I[‘m gonna have it available three days a week and I’m gonna have my assistant here and log you come in and he has seven chairs around that around the bio charger and runs one recipe only this first month you get eighty people. He now has four hundred people a month signed up to this step so his ROI you know is like 2 weeks for a paid ad but the reason that that many people in that number is wrong is because the word gets out people get you know it’s all it’s all about results they’re getting the results and you’ll see that too when you’re bringing in a lot of times some when we don’t recommend give away free session so might let somebody have a session but have them by a series of sessions or you know for two weeks they do two or three times a week for 2 weeks they’ll be believers and you won’t have to ask me to come anymore they’ll be asking you.
The other week when I was listening to a podcast a certain ad came on and I instantly knew who was talking and was intrigued. The man who was talking was Joel Salatin who is the owner of Polyface Farms in Virginia. They are a meat producing farm that only produce the highest quality of meat. I knew it was him because I have seen him many times in documentaries as well as read many Michael Pollen books where he is quoted. In this advertisement he was talking about the difference in taste between free range grass fed beef and feedlot beef. In the quick time that he had to talk during this ad he mentioned that since the cattle on his farm were actually moving around and getting exercise that his cows meat was more moist than feedlot cows. This not only made sense to me because muscle is mostly water but also sparked an interest in me to finally find out what the real nutrition difference is between grass fed beef and the cheap feedlot beef. I have always had the idea in my head that grass fed is better for you because it is more natural and typically things more natural are healthier but I had no evidence to back that up besides that. I want to share with you guys today what my findings were and help you guys out on the path to the best versions of yourself.
First off, if the beef that you are consuming is considered organic this means that antibiotics can only be used in a case by case basis and not as a preventative measure. This also means that growth hormones were not used while trying to fatten up the cow for slaughter. If you are eating cows that have been pumped with antibiotics for most of their adult lives that means those antibiotics are going into your body from them. This is up to you to decide whether that is best for you or not. What cows are eating has a huge effect on the nutritional value of the beef and one of the major differences is fatty acids. Grass fed beef contains less monounsaturated fat than grain fed beef. In a study done in 2014 which examined the fatty acid difference in grass fed and grain fed beef, they found that there was about a ten percent difference in levels of monounsaturated fat. The grain fed having more of it. The prevalent difference in grain fed versus grass fed when it comes to fatty acids is omega 3s. Grass fed beef has three to five times more omega 3s in it than grain fed beef. This is hugely important to the healthiness of your meat because lots of us are taking supplements to get more omega 3s and it makes me think about if everyone ate grass fed beef would you need a supplement to get more omega 3s. Lastly it was found in some studies that grass fed beef had about twice as much CLA as grain fed. CLA is short for conjugated linoleic acid. CLA is known to help people lose fat, maintain muscle, and can even help control type two diabetes. Again many people are taking supplements to get more CLA in their diet but if they ate more grass fed beef this issue could go away. Grass fed beef has also been shown to have higher levels of Vitamin A and E.  These vitamins are a crucial part of our diet and the more we can get from our regular diet the less we will have to take vitamins and other supplements.
So from my investigation it seems as though grass fed beef is certainly more nutritious and should be your go to if you have the means to shop for a bit more pricey beef. The “its too expensive” argument is always what I hear when talking about grass fed beef. It is going to be more money but if you value your health and have the means to buy grass fed beef without drastically changing your current lifestyle then I think it is a wise decision to pay the extra money and get better quality food. Plus for example if you are getting all the omega 3s you need from the beef you are eating then you could stop buying supplements and just spend that money on better beef. This could be true for other nutrients that you will be getting more of as well.
On the other side of fear is usually where all the magic happens.
On numerous occasions over the years I have had a client come up to me a year or so after they started training at EarthFit Body-Mind Transformation Center and by that point they had lost 20-30lbs, they were leaner, stronger, had more energy were feeling amazing and they would say something like “you know… I almost turned around when I was on my way to do the initial EF fitness assessment but I didn’t and I am so happy that I didn’t.”
It’s amazing the transformation that can occur when decisions are made based on love of self rather than fear.
“I am so impressed with the progress I have made Since starting EF a year ago! My strength, stamina Balance and weight loss have improved significantly. I was hesitant to start EF because of my age and wish I had been braver years ago. I wonder if you ever considered trying to encourage the 65+ age groups to NOT be afraid of starting this more rigorous fitness routine. Have thought of presenting talks on the benefits as well as stressing the close attention and supervision to avoid injuries given by the coaches.
Just a thought and an opportunity to say thank you for the joy I feel at age 76.”