30 Jul 2014
Deadly calories exercise hacks

TMHS 062: Deadly Calories, The Truth About Fruit, And Exercise Hacks With Jonathan Bailor


Can losing weight really be that difficult?

Isn’t it as simple as eat less, burn more, and you’ll see that scale move, or did we all just miss the memo?

Millions of people worldwide struggle with conventional weight loss methods each year, and less than 10 percent of them keep the weight off long-term.

Logically speaking, there is a glaring hole in the way that standard diet and weight loss information is being disseminated.

The system is broken. Badly broken. And in order to take back control of our health, we have to shift our attention to things that truly matter.

Our misguided focus on controlling calories as the means for weight loss has resulted in rates of obesity and diabetes skyrocketing in the last few decades.

23 Jul 2014

TMHS 061: 7 Fat Loss Herbs That Really Work (And Supplement Mistakes To Avoid!)


Whenever you hear “billion dollar industry” your ears should perk up automatically.

With the supplement industry banking billions of dollars each year, there are more and more products hitting the store shelves all the time. More money in play, and more unregulated claims, means someone is usually getting screwed along the way. That somebody is you, the consumer.

So, which fat loss herbs really work? And how do they stack up to the other lifestyle factors like diet, sleep, and exercise? Today you’re going to find out the surprising truth about these 7 fat loss herbs, plus critical supplement information that will help you make better decisions for a lifetime.

16 Jul 2014

TMHS 060: Improve Your Skin Naturally, Clear Up Acne, And 7 Tips To Have The Best Skin Ever!


Have you ever heard the saying, “First impressions last a lifetime”? Whether it’s true or not, we make snap judgements about people upon meeting them for the first time. It’s built into us as an evolutionary advantage to be critical, recognize patterns, and to observe the health and safety of those around us.

Whether consciously or unconsciously, we are judging and being judged with each and every person that we meet. And the very first thing that people see when in close contact with us is the health (or lack thereof) of our skin.

Our skin is a symbol of vitality. It is the outermost representation of what’s going on with our overall health. On the surface level we want clear, radiant skin to be more attractive to the world around us. On a deeper level our skin can be an indicator of potential (or even chronic) health problems. Our skin isn’t just something superficial to look at, it’s one of of best resources for monitoring our internal health and well-being.

9 Jul 2014

TMHS 059: How To Live And Eat Healthy With A Busy Lifestyle – With Sarah Fragoso


Many people feel that their busy schedules can be overwhelming at times. And it’s typically during the overwhelm that the not-so-good decisions are made with what we eat, drink, and participate in.

To quote the wise sage Morpheus on this one, “Welcome to the real world.”

By the way, if you haven’t seen The Matrix yet, drop down and give me 20 pushups because that’s just unacceptable… Okay, now you may read on. :)

Life isn’t going to be slowing down any time soon. There will always be something to do, someplace to be, and someone that needs your time and energy. The big “ah-ha” message to takeaway from all of this is that you literally cannot manage time. Time is just going to happen, you can’t do anything about that. But what you can do is manage YOURSELF, and therein lies your true power.

2 Jul 2014

TMHS 058: How The Work You Do Impacts Your Health And Happiness – With John Lee Dumas


Health is much bigger than finding a diet and exercise program that work well for you. Your health is something that’s always in flux… it’s holistic, multi-dimensional, and far beyond a banana and some sit-ups.

One of the biggest pieces of health that’s unwisely overlooked is happiness. That’s right, your level of happiness has a huge impact on your health for many powerful underlying reasons. For starters, research published by the Harvard University School of Public Health shows that happiness and an overall optimistic attitude cut the risk of heart disease in half for 6,000 study participants who were tracked over a 20 year period.

Another study that included more than 3,000 people over the course of 8 years found that happier people maintained better physical health and mobility as they aged. And this is only half the story…