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Of all the products I highlight in the store, these have the highest ratings. You can review the entire list when you visit the Suggested Products page. Sometimes it may seem like I’ve included something odd, but I assure you I have good reasons for including each choice. You can learn more about why I consider these items supportive of a wellness lifestyle by clicking to learn more about each.
Crock-Pot Swing and Serve Slow Cooker, Stainless Steel
Here’s a great 3-headed crock pot I bought to help with my daily dinner prep. I stay very busy during the day, and don’t get home until dinner time. I need to meet my calories and macros, but I also need to go to bed, so I can wake up early. Learn more about this suggestion.
Nutri Ninja, Auto iQ Pro Nutrient & Vitamin Extraction Blender
This line of blenders has earned a reputation for being powerful and versatile. I have used this one to make juices, smoothies, soups, and dressing. Mine came with a recipe book with 30 suggestions. Learn more about this suggestion.
…You want to get the super majority of your nutrition from real food, and to use the supplements as they were intended: As supplements. They fill gaps, and they should not be your primary source of nutrition…
I’ve reviewed a wide variety of supplements, but these are the items most favorited by clients, as well as by visitors to the store. I wrote a series of articles about stacking that I strongly recommend. Stacking is the process of creating your own blends with simple ingredients, in order to enforce quality control. The ingredients for the recipes are grouped together on the Suggested Supplements page.
Dymatize ISO 100 Whey Protein Powder Isolate
Let’s be real: Lots of these powders are flat out nasty. I have tried so many, and this brand is the most pleasant and the most pure. It mixes well, and the flavor isn’t too sweet or too chalky. This is the one I have preferred for a few years now, and I have made great gains using it. Learn more about this suggestion.
Ginger has been used for cooking and medicine for thousands of years. It has commonly been used to relieve nausea and vomiting, but it can also help maintain healthy blood sugar levels and reduce joint pain. This indicates ginger has good value as a natural anti-inflammatory. Learn more about this suggestion.
Gymnema: Crave Crush
Gymnema acts very effectively to block your ability to taste sweetness. It doesn’t affect salty, savory, bitter, or sour flavors, so you can eat it with normal food. It prevents the feeling of pleasure and gratification that sugar causes in the brain, and stops the process of addiction from repeating. Learn more about this suggestion.
I personally don’t like to buy lots of equipment, because much of it seems fad driven. However, there are some pieces of gear that’ve proven helpful to many people for many years. These are the items I use in my own workouts, and I can vouch for their quality and effectiveness. Only the best selling gear is listed here in the store, so head over to the Suggested Gear page to see everything I’ve reviewed.
If you lift heavy, you will probably develop some tendinitis eventually. This happens when you have to grip barbells and dumbbells, or when you’re doing pullups. These floss bands support the muscles and connective tissue, and they have helped me heal faster from some intense Tennis and Golfer elbow. Learn more about this suggestion.
To do High Intensity Interval Training safely and effectively, you must be able to control your heart rate instantly. To do this you will need a monitor. This is the one I have used for years, and I have suggested it to many clients. Learn more about this suggestion.
It would have been wonderful to have someone say to me, ‘Don’t compare yourself to anyone else. Comparisons are almost always harmful. Comparisons mean there’s a winner and loser—and you’re the one who winds up feeling like a loser.’
When people think about fitness, personal training, and wellness, they don’t always remember to include their intellectual selves. I wrote an article called, “The Integration of the Eight Selves,” and I think you’d benefit by reading it. At any rate, I include these readings in the store, because they are inspiring. They helped me make some very important adjustments in perspective. I hope they can help you do the same. Don’t forget to check out all the titles on the Suggested Reading page.
Fitness Fundamentals, vol. I: 8 Essential Patterns
I wrote the Fitness Fundamentals collection of books to help people who are not already familiar with creating programs for healthy lifestyles. Over the course of these 10 short books, I explain in clear and simple terms how and why to design plans for personal fitness and holistic wellness. Learn more about this suggestion.
The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing
When the new property managers bought my apartment complex they immediately began raising the damn rent. I realized at some point I’d have to move. Then I realized that although I’d been purging about once a year, I still had waaaaaay too much stuff. Learn more about this suggestion.
True You: A Journey to Finding and Loving Yourself
Janet Jackson has made more of lasting impact on me than any other person outside my family. When she shares herself in her music and writing, it’s often like opening a window into my own heart, mind, and soul. Janet has suffered from many of the same type of depression and body shame issues I have, so reading about the ways she contends with her demons was very inspiring to me. This isn’t a memoir of a celebrity life. It’s a journal with many entries about learning to accept oneself. Learn more about this suggestion.
Nearly a year ago to the dot, I wrote an article about Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), but there I focused on the importance of getting access to a full range spectrum of light. Here I’d like to focus on caffeine and sleep’s effect on SAD. I’ll also offer suggestions for what to do to help you feel better on the dark days.
I don’t generally promote supplements. Most of them play to specific, isolated points of medical research to serve as a magic pill. One remarkable example of this is fish oil.
After a fight with two friends, one of them accused me of being a covert narcissist. That offended me to my core, but then I took a moment to consider whether or not it might be true. What if I am??