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Are Microwaves Unhealthy?

By Jay Madrigal / / Comments Off on Are Microwaves Unhealthy?

Check out my VLOG below, watch me test the EMFs, listen to the discussion and then YOU decide!

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Need to Break Out of a Crummy Mood? Label it!

By Jay Madrigal / / Comments Off on Need to Break Out of a Crummy Mood? Label it!

We all know how powerful gratitude is and have the advice, “Don’t worry, be happy,” but at times, that advice is certainly easier said than done. Sometimes it feels impossible to break out of a funk or negative state of mind, but there is hope – and even specific strategies as well! One of these is…

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My Favorite Oils

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Olive oil is great for salad dressing, but did you know that it’s not the best for cooking? Did you also know that Canola oil is downright toxic? Yep. Check out this article for more on that. My favorite oils also happen to be the best for cooking too! They are Coconut oil, Avocado oil and Ghee.…

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Does Meat Cause Cancer?

By Jay Madrigal / / Comments Off on Does Meat Cause Cancer?

You may have heard about the report issued on 10/26/2015 by the World Health Organization (WHO), which found that the consumption of processed meats causes cancer. Based on a review of studies they picked from around the world, the health organization’s Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) claimed that processed meats, such as hot dogs, sausages and bacon can cause…

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Rewiring the Brain for Better Health and Fitness

By Jay Madrigal / / Comments Off on Rewiring the Brain for Better Health and Fitness

Why do I keep talking about rewiring the brain to achieve health and fitness? Because without that process, it’s HARD! Plus, any progress towards improved health and fitness is temporary at best. And then there’s the weight loss yo-yo that so many are familiar with. To solve all these problems, the brain must be rewired.…

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Fit Past Forty (or Fifty or Further!)

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People often use age as an excuse for why they aren’t as fit as they were in their 20s, but did you know that from a purely physiological standpoint, your metabolism shouldn’t slow down more than 3% per decade after turning 30 years old? This means that when you’re 40, your metabolism should still be 97% of what…

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