Leading A Healthy Lifestyle That Benefits Your Mental State

Picture Source Staying mentally healthy is just as important as staying physically healthy. In fact, your psychological and physical state both depend heavily on one another. In this article, we’re going to talk about ways in which you could lead a healthy lifestyle that benefits your mental state. Maintain a balanced and nutritious eating pattern. Healthy eating is a big topic on this site, but it can be hard to maintain a balanced and nutritious Read more…

How “Fresh” Are Those Apples In Your Supermarket?

Did you know that the the apple you are buying in your supermarket may be over ONE YEAR OLD?   Apples are picked underripe in August and September and are treated with a chemical called 1-methylcyclopropene (1-MCP), waxed, boxed, stacked and stored in a cold room for an average of 12 months . The “healthy” apple you are eating also starts to lose antioxidants after only three months of storage in the cold. After a year, Read more…

Can Vegan Diets May Lead To Malnutrition?

Science Alert posted this article today. “Eating a plant-based diet may lower the risk of chronic disease and is good for the environment, but poorly planned vegan diets that do not replace the critical nutrients found in meat, can lead to serious micronutrient deficiencies. Bone health is a concern for long-term vegans. Vegans are consistently reported to have lower intakes of calcium and vitamin D, with resultant lower blood levels of vitamin D and lower Read more…

My Son’s Wheat Allergy Is GONE!

Did you know that my son Brayden had a mild wheat allergy? Yes and like any kid, it crushed him to not be able to eat wheat. And don’t get me started on how awful most gluten free products are for digestion…He preferred to have nothing at all! So I decided to treat him just like a client. I cut out gluten for a full year, and because he does not have a serious disorder Read more…

Lyn-Genet Recitas

CEO, Sports Nutritionist, NMT, Holistic Health Practitioner, RYT

Lyn-Genet Recitas is the NY Times and International Bestselling author of The Plan and The Metabolism Plan a groundbreaking anti-inflammatory nutritional protocol which has been published in over 15 countries. She’s been featured on Dr. Oz, Huffington Post, CBS, NBC, Fox News, Women’s Running, Fitness, Marie Claire, Elle, and Prevention.

Lyn-Genet and her staff of doctors and nutritionists have helped hundreds of thousands of men and women reach their best health by finding their chemical responses to food, not counting calories. The Plan is an effective way to lose weight, improve health and reverse the aging process. You may learn more about her work at www.lyngenet.com or follow her on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or her Blog.