Have you ever looked up to someone because they are Fit? Have you ever been envious of a person because of their high level of fitness or their ability to crank out pull ups in their sleep? Have you looked at a extremely muscular body and just though, wow I wish I was that in shape? I’m sure most of us can answer yes to any or all of those questions. However have you ever taken a moment to think about your health? In fact have you ever considered the difference between being fit and being healthy? A overly muscular person or a person that can run a marathon at a record setting pace isn’t necessarily a model of good human health. Continue reading
A few weeks back I wrote a post in regards to the benefits of drinking coffee. In that post I referenced “Bullet Proof” coffee. I then followed up on that post with a full blog entry on the delicious hot drink. Now to complete the coffee hat trick, I present to you a few new options to add to your coffee. Staying away from the excess sugar and creamers full of not real ingredients, the options below will offer your palate a pleasant change as well as some performance enhancing qualities.
In a recent post on the topic of coffee, I mentioned a further detailed post on the additives I occasionally put in my coffee (organic butter, organic coconut oil, upgraded mct oil). Basically if you have not heard of this concept, it is called Bullet Proof Coffee. Bullet Proof coffee was introduced to us by a bio hacker and founder of The Bullet Proof Executive by the name of Dave Asprey. This gentlemen has become extremely successful in finding ways to Hack our human performance by means of diet (published a book), supplements (sources his own), brain training, etc . I have adopted his coffee drinking technique and use it some days as meals, some days as extra calories to fuel a intense workout. I just increase or decrease the combos or ratios of all the ingredients. Continue reading
Growing up I never got in coffee for one main reason: I was misguided into thinking that it was an unhealthy substance to be polluting your body with. Sure I tried it here and there to see what all the rage was about, but decided it was not good enough to out weight the “negative” health effects. (That’s what ice cream and stouts are for). I’m sure you would be surprised to look in my pantry today, you would find various coffee beans, grinders, and makers. What gives you ask? Continue reading