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72 Year Old Bodybuilder

September 2, 2009 by  
Filed under Fitness Tips & Videos

You’re never to old to pump iron. Jim Morris is living proof, that if you train consistently you will always be fit.

The man trains six days a week and eats a diet of nuts, beans, fruits and vegetables.

Foods That Kill

August 21, 2009 by  
Filed under Food Reform

Excellent video on the dangers of consuming animal flesh, and the life long health benefits of eating a whole plant diet. The video is just about a hour long but it is worth your time. I urge you to watch the whole thing and then you can make your own choice about what you allow inside your divine body.

My Grocery list revealed

August 6, 2009 by  
Filed under Food Reform

BXP27956My grocery list has change through the years of my training. I went from eating and drinking everything. The way I figured, as long as I hit the gym it didn’t much matter, I’m talking all the goodies, big macs, bacon double whopper with cheese, a pint of ice cream with chocolate chips, potato chips with dip and a cold six pack of beer. That was a regular week for me.

That was then and this is now. I’m now almost 100% vegetarian, except for egg whites and salmon. I gave up all the red meat , dairy, pork, and my beloved chicken. This transition is still new for me, but I feel alot stronger and more energy then before. and to think I use to look at vegetarians like a bunch of weak weirdos, now my friends think I’m crazy for giving up all that good tasty(artery clogging)food.

Vegetables

  1. Spinach
  2. Kale

Eating Healthy Without Going Broke

July 10, 2009 by  
Filed under Food Reform

6a00d8341c52f053ef010535ae482e970b-320wiEating the right foods is essential to your health. Too much fat and sugar in the diet can cause a laundry list of health problems, not to mention that it makes it difficult to maintain a healthy weight. We also need to get in all of the nutrients that are essential to your health. And you must watch out for meats that contain antibiotics and hormones and produce that contains pesticides or has been genetically modified.

Unfortunately, eating healthy is far from easy. Sometimes you may not have the time to make or seek out healthy meals and end up eating convenience foods or something from the closest burger joint. And for those of us who make it a priority to eat balanced meals, cost is often prohibitive. Organic meats and produce aren’t cheap, and health food restaurants can be pricey, too.

As impossible as it may sound, you can eat healthy without putting a big dent in the budget. Here are some tips: