Food has two main purposes for our bodies. To provide energy for life demands, and provide nutrients to keep us healthy and functioning well.
This has been such a crazy yet growth-promoting time, at least in my perspective! I have been learning a lot about myself and growing in the process.
When you think of the word "idol," what comes to mind? A golden statue? Something you're supposed to bow down to? American idol?
During the beginning of quarantine, as many of us likely experienced, it was challenging and it was an adjustment. I experienced some sides of myself that aren’t my best
Here are some ways that can help you with a good foundation of nutrients as well as good gut health and a healthy immune system.
Some people may see fitness and faith as competing interests, but not me. In fact, 1 Timothy 4 tells us that physical training is of value (though maybe not the most valuable thing). 1 Corinthians 6 tells us that our bodies are not our own, and that we honor God by the way we treat them.
After being my mother’s primary care giver and losing her to a painful 3 year battle with cancer, I witnessed first hand the fragility of our lives.
We all lead busy lives so one thing many of us may be desiring for our lives is increased energy. Here are some tips to help you improve your energy for training, for work, and life.