Posts Tagged ‘holiday’

Can Halloween Be Healthy?


Warriors always have a strategy. If you leave your health to chance, especially during the holidays, you are setting yourself up to fail. Christmas is the most anticipated day of the year, but did you know that it is also the one day of the year that hospitals all over the country admit the most heart attack patients? Yep, Christmas Day! Try these six simple tips that we use to … Continue reading “5 Tips For Healthy Holiday Success”

Introducing a Brain-Healthy Thanksgiving Menu


After three decades and working with tens of thousands of patients, we have seen a common theme among people who commit to getting healthy, only to abandon their goals quickly. Most never really know their motivation to begin with, or they don’t have a strong enough “why.” More than that, they believe, “It will never happen to me.” It being whatever bad thing they’ve heard about that prompted them to … Continue reading “It’s Time For Your New Year’s Resolution To Get Healthy… AGAIN!”

6 Strategies To Win the Holiday Battle

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Remember: Brain Warriors Don’t wait until January 1st to Start Training! My family and I simply refuse to feel deprived because we make the choice to feel energetic instead of overweight and foggy during any holiday. We want our focus to be where it’s supposed to be: on gratitude and helping others during the holiday. We feel blessed and we want you to join us. You can enjoy your holiday with … Continue reading “The Brain Warrior Holiday Meal Plan”

Don’t Let Sleep Deprivation Make You the Family Scrooge!

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Sleep is a cornerstone of long-term brain health and vibrant energy. It also plays a surprising part in weight control. Many studies have shown that chronic failure to get enough sleep increases the risk of being overweight or obese. You should get at least seven hours of sleep per night, that is why I want to discuss the new challenge I recommend for you to take. Sleep deprivation lowers levels … Continue reading “Take the 2 Week Sleep Hygiene Challenge. (Pt. 1 of 2)”