See the VLOGG below: Movin’ With The Groovin”
Dr. Pete Explains why the ketogenic diet works to reverse Type 2 Diabetes, Obesity, and Cardiovascular disease: see video here!
A recent paper published by the Journal of Epidemial Community Health proposed that warning labels be placed on processed food alerting consumers to the number of hours spent exercising to work off the calories. Learn about the fallacy of calorie restriction (diet by not eating) and the idea that you can simply work off calories.
Kill Diabetes Today: Reverse Type 2 Diabetes
1)Statistics: How many of us have prediabetes or Type 2 Diabetes and the costs associated with the disease national-diabetes-statistics-report CDC Incidence of Prediabetes and Type 2 Diabetes #1 Incidence of Prediabetes and Type 2 Diabetes #2 2)Excellent blood glucose meter that also measures ketones Keto_Mojo Blood-Glucose /Ketone Measurement Meter 3)Virta Health, supporting Papers and talks:
Disclaimer and Waiver of Liability: 1) This essay describes actual life events and the choices that I made to change a serious medical condition. I am not a medical doctor and if you read this and decide to follow my advice then that is your decision and you bear responsibility for that choice. 2) I
“This is the best thing happening in the boxes. 14,000 gyms…each one is a lifeboat against this tsunami of chronic disease that’s going to take 70% of the people out there.” —Greg Glassmann, CEO, CrossFit Inc. The phone call came the night before Thanksgiving on November 20, 2018, at 7:00 p.m. A close friend of
Yesterday the CrossFit workout at Octane CrossFit was called Helen meets Karen. It was three rounds and included: 400m run, 21 kettle bell swings, 12 pull-ups, and 50 wall balls with a thirty minute time cap. That translated into 150 wall balls–intensive squatting. Today we performed Jackie: 1000m row, 50 thrusters, 30 pull-ups for time.
A year has passed since I joined Octane CrossFit. In the beginning I couldn’t finish most of the workouts within the time caps and many of the elements were obscure because of mobility issues in my shoulders.
By Jeff Geyer Before I joined CrossFit I was an ever-less frequent canal jogger in Phoenix, Arizona. In high school and early college I wrestled (112 pound weight class) and dabbled in football and other sports and—how shall I say it—mind altering substances but I left that lifestyle behind me in 1988. Just before my