Why the Paleo Diet Makes Sense

"Eat real food: recently living plants and animals." - Paul Jaminet, PhD, The Perfect Health Diet       No matter how hard we try, we cannot out-smart millions of years of evolution. Our modern society has grown increasingly fat and sick because we are at odds, from a lifestyle and most certainly a dietary standpoint, with … Continue reading Why the Paleo Diet Makes Sense

Sunday T-Boosting Recipe: Coconut-Lime Garlic Chicken

The coconut is an amazingly versatile and wonderful food. The healthy fats found in coconut confer a wide variety of health benefits including sustained energy, raising of HDL (Good cholesterol) levels, and antiviral properties. But as I wrote about in my article "5 Foods Men Should Eat to Boost Testosterone", the coconut is also a … Continue reading Sunday T-Boosting Recipe: Coconut-Lime Garlic Chicken

Why You Should Stay Below Your Maximum Aerobic Heart Rate

Cardio workouts are a vital part of any exercise program. Cardiovascular fitness enhances the ability of the heart and lungs to supply oxygen-rich blood to the working muscles, and confers a multitude of other health benefits. The mistake too many guys make in this modern environment is making their cardio workouts too lengthy, too stressful, and … Continue reading Why You Should Stay Below Your Maximum Aerobic Heart Rate

5 Tips for Developing Positive Thinking

When adopting an ambitious goal to lose weight, get back in the gym, or make any kind of lifestyle change, we can sometimes get in our own way and become our own worst enemy. We do this by thinking negatively. A negative thought will produce a negative emotion and will result in a self-destructive behavior. … Continue reading 5 Tips for Developing Positive Thinking

Calories In, Calories Out? Rethinking Our Definition of Health

"Calories in, calories out" is a mantra you’ve probably heard before. Many millions of well-intentioned people base their idea of health on this concept. Unfortunately, it’s a myth. It’s time to give up the idea that exercise alone will make you healthy. Exercise is important for overall health, but 80% of your body composition is … Continue reading Calories In, Calories Out? Rethinking Our Definition of Health