hen there is the person that just has to take a day off, or look sideways at that piece of cake and they gain 5 pounds. From body shape, to hair colour, it is easy to see the outward display of genetics at work.
But it’s also important to realize that the inside of our bodies are as unique as the outside. You probably also know that person who never misses a workout, or rarely eats junk food and makes it seem easy. It’s like they eat motivation for breakfast. It may be that this person is also genetically blessed with what psychologists refer to as low activation energy.
As animals, one of our most primitive and innate instincts is to seek comfort and to avoid discomfort. It’s what has kept up alive and well all these thousands of years. As I am sure many of you know, this same thing that kept our species alive is now contributing to our very demise.
These muffins are healthy and delicious and they hit the sweet spot with no added sugar!
I used to think my workouts didn’t count unless I left feeling completely spent and it was for at least an hour. The problem was, the older I got the more I started to feel the after effects of those workouts.
The more you exercise your ability to tell the truth about your ‘reasons’ (read: excuses) for what got you where you are and why you are not taking action to change, the faster you will make progress.
Our muscle is the largest endocrine organ in the body, it controls our metabolism, it propels us forward and keeps us standing upright. Less muscle means a slower metabolism, it means less room for our body to deposit glucose and therefore more blood sugar imbalances, it means lower bone density, it means less energy