Health Induced Bliss – My advice to those on their own health and fitness journey

It’s been over 10 years that I have been heavily involved in health and fitness. I have always been into fitness coming from an athletic background but it wasn’t until I was diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease that I immersed myself further into health, nutrition and fitness. Having an incurable disease has created a new awareness… Read More Health Induced Bliss – My advice to those on their own health and fitness journey

MLB Pitcher – Jake Diekman’s Colitis Update

Texas Rangers pitcher Jake Diekman recently underwent surgery to remove his colon after suffering from Colitis for 20 years. I’ve posted about Jake before, Texas Ranger’s Pitcher – Jake Diekman opens up about his struggle with Colitis and am constantly amazed with his perseverence. I cannot think of a better role model for everyone with… Read More MLB Pitcher – Jake Diekman’s Colitis Update

Ab Training Guide – Train with resistance for a better, more developed midsection

This is the best tip you’ll ever get if you’re looking for a well-developed midsection. Like any other body part, abs are muscles too and need to be worked with resistance for optimal development to occur. The key is to hit them frequently (ideally 2-3x per week) using resistance. I like working abs at the… Read More Ab Training Guide – Train with resistance for a better, more developed midsection

Paradigm Shifting Research on the Microbiome and inflammation in Crohn’s and Colitis Patients

Link to the CBC article here: CBC – Gut bacteria study could lead to new Crohn’s treatments, researchers say The link between inflammatory bowel disease and the microbiome keeps becoming more evident as research progresses. I said it earlier this year in The Microbiome and Kombucha and I’ll say it again; if they find a cure… Read More Paradigm Shifting Research on the Microbiome and inflammation in Crohn’s and Colitis Patients