Most of the craving for sugar and wheat will have now started to subside. The addictive phase is over, now is about habit.
The first week has been hard for most of you who joined this challenge. Making a drastic change in your eating habits is not easy
Today is the ‘tomorrow’ you have always talked about. Today is the day you’ve promised yourself that THIS TIME…it will be different.
When I researched wheat - I found that no one is able to digest the protein in wheat - called gluten. You’re immune system hates it. It sees it as a toxic molecule. Your body has to mix anti-bodies against it to get rid of it.
What if there was a food / fuel that we could consume that produces very little waste? A clean fuel for our bodies…
There is, it’s called fat. Really!
We all know sugar is bad, and that we really should not eat that first cupcake – or the second one. But did you know that it’s the sugar that blocks your ability to eat healthy food?
Just imagine–– in just 30 days you’ll be more energetic, toned, sharper, and alive ––GUARANTEED!
Join us on an eye-opening 30-day voyage of self-discovery and achieving optimum health.
In the world of yoga, there are those who stress the need to take things easy, be mindful, focus on listening to your body. Then there are those who see yoga as a demonstration of ability as if it were a Cirque Du Soleil act. Both approaches lead to problems if you are pretty damn stiff, like me.
My mindful approach to Bikram hot yoga has proven to be particularly beneficial to those with stiff, injured and unfit bodies. Recently I received an email asking if I would go through each of the 26 Bikram postures outlining the key steps involved to perform each pose correctly without injury. Yes sure, why not I said. I'll add it to my To Do list.
If you've been practicing for a while and feel your development has come to a grinding halt, maybe it's time to change your approach.
Strength / Flexibility a Misunderstood Relationship.
I have read a lot of reviews about Bikram Yoga in which the journalist completely misses the point. Sometimes they fail to fully comprehend the heat and that Bikram yoga is simply Hatha yoga done in a hot room. What's more shocking is the number of times journalists don't understand why we do the same sequence every time.
Bill Thwaites' latest Blog - "The whole point of Bikram Yoga"