Archive for the ‘Lifestyle’ Category


4 Colorful Ways to Spice Up Your Workout

The truth about sugar is finally being revealed. Refined sugar, organic or not, has no redeeming value for your health unless you’re suffering the effects of extreme low blood sugar. Sugar has always been the enemy. Unfortunately, contrary to what popular marketing would have you believe, artificial sweeteners are actually worse for your health, if that’s possible. When manufacturers remove sugar from products they often supplement them with harmful additives, … Continue reading “Is Stevia Safe For Your Health?”


4 Ways to Reclaim Your Resolution

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Unfortunately, even highly trained Brain Warriors fall and get some bumps and bruises now and then. Having a plan to get up and get back on track quickly is essential to success. The journey will never be perfect. For those of you struggling to find your Brain Warrior mindset after the holidays, read about Angie’s fall. Angie is a very special Brain Warrior. She’s lost 103 pounds and kept it … Continue reading “3 Reasons You Must Learn to Fall Safely”


Eat, Love, Sleep and Pray for a Better Brain

The 26 weeks Daniel and I spent with our tribe in The Brain Warrior’s Way Live Class was such a rewarding experience for us. It’s no secret that we thrive on your stories of success. As a way to to be able to continue interacting with our tribe and offering support, we’ve created The Brain Warrior’s Way daily podcast. To show our commitment we’re going to support your commitment. Keep … Continue reading “Listen, Learn and WIN in 2017”


How To Stay Healthy With Soups

2017 is just around the corner, which means so are resolutions for the new year. Weight loss is a perennially popular New Year’s Resolutions, along with “exercise more” and “spend less money.” The sad fact is that most people don’t stick to those resolutions for more than a month and by the end of January, a third of those who have made resolutions will have a lapse. By July more … Continue reading “4 Strategies For Staying Accountable to Your New Year’s Resolutions”