Nutrition

How To Create A Superhero Brain

TMHS 163: How To Create A Superhero Brain

I love the quote from Bill Waterson that says, “Experience is food for the brain.” What’s so wonderful about our brains is that they are continuously learning, continuously growing, and continuously making new connections. Your brain is this miraculous, self-designing entity. It can do so much to change your own world, but it can also Read More

7 Ways To Supercharge Your Breakfast

TMHS 160: 7 Ways To Supercharge Your Breakfast

Breakfast. It’s a word that conjures up an array of emotions for many of us. It’s tied to getting ready for school or work. It’s tied to time with the family or catching up on the news. It’s tied eating some of our favorite foods or loading up on our nutrition.  But most of all Read More

Making Space For Pleasure In Your Diet And How To Live A Wellthy Life - With Jason Wachob

TMHS 159: Making Space For Pleasure In Your Diet And How To Live A Wellthy Life – With Jason Wachob

Many people mistakenly believe that being healthy means living a life of deprivation. Sure, if you’re a health conscious person you generally avoid toxic foodstuffs that might nullify your mojo. But people who make healthy choices for the long-term are guided by more pleasure than anything else. A healthy, sustainable diet is a pleasurable one. Read More

Stop Calorie-Counting And Yo-Yo Dieting, And Gain Nutritional Serenity - With Jonathan Bailor

TMHS 153: Stop Calorie-Counting And Yo-Yo Dieting, And Gain Nutritional Serenity – With Jonathan Bailor

The first time I tried to lose weight it was by drinking Slim-Fast shakes. The marketing said, “Have a shake for breakfast, a shake for lunch, and then have a sensible dinner.” I gulped down that sludge of artificial nutrition, followed the plan, and the pounds started coming off. I was happy that it was Read More

4 Unusual Foods That Can Help Transform Your Body

TMHS 151: 4 Unusual Foods That Can Help Transform Your Body

Growing up I never really liked vegetables. As a matter of fact, I didn’t like very many foods at all outside of the staples of hamburgers, fish sticks, macaroni & cheese, and sandwiches. These things tasted great to my tiny palate, and set the template for my eating habits for years to come. It surprises Read More