Totally Fit Life

Totally Fit Spark Plug – Detox and Jesus The Rabbi

Hey Champion, The primary way in which your body expels toxins is via the liver, which detoxifies and cleanses your body by continuously filtering the blood of toxins that enter it through the digestive tract, the skin, and the respiratory system.

Totally Fit Spark Plug – Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness

Hey Champion, Delayed onset muscle soreness describes a phenomenon of muscle pain, muscle soreness or muscle stiffness that occurs in the day or two after exercise.

Totally Fit Spark Plug-Arthritis and the Bread of Life

Hey Champion, The number one cause of disability in America isn’t heart disease or diabetes—it’s arthritis. According to statistics from the federal Centers for Disease Control, one in three adults is now affected by an arthritis-related condition.

Totally Fit Spark Plug – Enzymes and the Influence of the World

Hey Champion, Enzymes are responsible for every chemical reaction that takes place in our bodies. These reactions allow our cells to build up and break down molecules quickly.

Totally Fit Spark Plug – Visceral Fat and Pruning in Life

Hey Champion, Visceral fat is the dangerous fat that surrounds the organs. It can increase the risk of diabetes, cancer and heart disease.

Totally Fit Spark Plug: Plantar Fasciitis and Impulsive Decisions

Hey Champion, Plantar fasciitis is the most common cause of heel pain in runners, eventually affecting 10 percent of the running community. While running, the plantar fascia works with the Achilles tendon to store and return energy.

Totally Fit Spark Plug – Protein-based Hormone and Speaking Truth

Hey Champion, Adiponectin is a small protein produced in fat cells — but is also a hormone.

Totally Fit Life Spark Plug – Thoughts and Emotional Peace

Hey Champion, Many studies have found that the risk of developing heart disease is significantly increased for people who frequently experience stressful emotions such as irritation, anger or frustration.

Totally Fit Life Spark Plug – Eat Healthy Calories and Following Jesus

Hey Champion, When there are not enough calories coming in, the body saves energy by reducing body temperature, slowing the metabolism, turning down digestive juices (making digestion weaker), reducing the pulse, and slowing thyroid function, resulting in less energy.

Totally Fit Life Spark Plug – Fiber and Freedom

Cruciferous vegetables are a group of vegetables that are rich in fiber, vitamin C, and folate. Some of the vegetables in this class are also good sources of calcium, beta-carotene, and vitamin B6.