Not your normal antioxidants: Glutathione and Sulfur

Not your normal antioxidants: Glutathione and Sulfur
One is an antioxidant and the other a mineral, but you won’t find either on a nutritional label. Why are these two so important? How do you eat to increase your levels and your oxidant-fighting capacity? Well let’s talk about it next!

Nutrition and Your Own Antioxidants

Nutrition and Your Own Antioxidants
Counting your macros - aka. your macronutrients carbs, fat, and protein -  is all the rage these days. But if you’re not making sure you get your micronutrients too, you might not be getting the results you’re after. Let’s take the guesswork out of what to eat to support your body’s defenses so you can get to living your best life.

The Chemistry of Movement!

The Chemistry of Movement!

Have you ever wondered how much body mechanics affect body chemistry and what it really means to your health?

Dr. David R. Seaman suggests that the best way to look at it is that when you think about the body itself, keep in mind our musculoskeletal tissues are made of chemistry – proteins, fats, carbohydrates, water, vitamins, and minerals.

Therefore, we should stop thinking that body mechanics and our daily movement are distinct from body chemistry.

“When you're moving, the movement itself creates more chemistry so the whole thing is chemical from beginning to end and it doesn't change..."

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