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Walking Makes You Smarter


In addition to being good for your physical health, walking is scientifically proven to make you smarter and more creative.   A recent Stanford study proved that walking boosted creativity, increasing the walker’s creative output by as much as 60%! There is a very good evolutionary explanation for this; during the Pleistocene era, we mostly lived and worked within our own ... Read More »

Sitting Too Much Can KILL You!


During the rainy season in Squamish when I can’t climb, I tend to sit all day working on my computer, and updating my blogs.  Or reading.  Or writing.  Either way, according to the latest research, I am slowly killing myself by sitting too much … Studies have shown conclusively that sitting too much causes heart disease, diabetes, and premature death. ... Read More »

Sunglasses Increase Risk of Skin Cancer

In a groundbreaking book called ‘Survival of the Sickest,’ Dr Sharon Moalem explains that wearing sunglasses actually tricks the brain into believing it is night, thereby no producing critical Vitamin D which protects us from harmful UV rays. His theory is cooroborated by research published in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology which shows that UV light hitting the eye activates ... Read More »

Cannabis Kills Cancer Cells and Shrinks Tumors

That National Institute on Drug Abuse has finally admitted that cannabis offers significant health benefits, such as killing cancer cells and shrinking tumors.  Marijuana has long been known to confer positive effects in patients suffering from cancer and MS.  Nevertheless, I don’t use marijuana as a supplement for several reasons. First of all, smoking marijuana (smoking anything, actually) is bad ... Read More »

Cortisol Will Kill You

Even the healthiest eaters face daily life stresses, such as financial uncertainty and relationship issues.  But stress is public enemy #1, resulting in elevated cortisol levels.  Cortisol lowers immune system function, increases weight gain, reduces overall life expectancy, causes heart disease, and may increase the risk of cancer.  Keeping your stress levels to a minimum is absolutely essential for a ... Read More »