There’s an overwhelming amount of evidence showing the lifestyle-cancer link. In fact, there is no un-linking the two.
Learn how your mindset influences your habits and gain a few easy tricks to set yourself up for success. It’s easy to see what I value. Take a look at my life and you will see the people, places and things that are important to me. Listen to how I speak, what I write and […]
No Gym? No Problem! A good workout doesn’t require an expensive gym membership, a lot of equipment, or a personal trainer. All you need is 12 minutes and about three square feet of space. Two of the greatest excuses for lack of exercise are the lack of a gym and the lack of time. Cost […]
The Difference Between Greatness and You. By Dr. Ryan Sousley The number one determining factor to our success or failure in life is not our circumstances, but our mindset. How many Rocky stories have you witnessed where someone battles their way out of a really bad situation – broken home, abuse, neglect, poverty – or […]
Behind every elite athlete with Olympic dreams is an army of health professionals that help prime their bodies for optimal performance. It is a high achievement to care for these elite competitors, and eight of our world-class Maximized Living doctors were trusted with this privilege for USA Wrestling at the 2016 Olympic Trials in Iowa […]
In the story of bacon and eggs, the chicken was involved, but the pig was committed. If you study the word resolution, it’s kind of funny. The word actually means, “fixed purpose.” This is humorous because, for most people, nothing could be further from reality. When I think of someone making a resolution, I immediately […]
STINKING THINKING : By Dr. Charles Majors HOW YOUR THOUGHTS CAN CAUSE DISEASE, AND WHAT YOU CAN DO TO CONQUER STRESS “Up to 90 percent of the doctor visits in the USA may be triggered by a stress-related illness,” says the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Negative thinking, worry, stress, fear, or anxiety lowers […]
USA Today also reports that people who are sleep-deprived eat close to 300 calories a day more than they do when they are well-rested, with ice cream being the food of choice when tired. [1. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR) March 4, 2011 / 60(08);233-238] It’s no surprise then when an additional study also […]