Traits are a distinguishing quality or characteristic, typically one belonging to a person. Examples of character traits: grit, self-control, zest, gratitude and more. Have you ever wondered what traits you inherited from your mom and dad ? This blog came to me as I was watching a movie with my mom and I noticed a … Continue reading Inherited Traits
Most things and most answers come from the context of the question. So you have to ask yourself; " How are you asking" ? Are you asking the right questions and are you asking them in the right context ? Because the way someone interprets a question will determine how they answer the question. So … Continue reading How Are You Asking ?
This post is catered to all my fitness people and to anyone who workouts out with weights. Your grip plays a big role in your workouts; hence you are gripping the bar to bench press, squat or curl. You are gripping different handles or different ropes to make sure you have control of it so … Continue reading GRIP is Essential
Learn to make NoFap a lifestyle by changing the idea from a physical aspect to a spiritual aspect. To become connected with the divine source when you refrain from flesh. Learn how to cultivate that energy and make it a lifestyle. Do it for the health factor, the spiritual factor, discipline factor and for life … Continue reading Make “NOFAP” a Lifestyle
*information obtained from African-American Healthy by Richard Walker Jr, M.D The simple cause of obesity is an increase in the consumption of high-calorie foods with a decrease in physical activity. In other words, you eat more than your body burns, and your body stores the excess as fat. DID YOU KNOW: there is a direct … Continue reading Causes of Obesity (Pt.2)
*information obtained from African-American Healthy by Richard Walker Jr, M.D Stress causes a rush of cortisol and norepinephrine in your system. These hormones raise your blood pressure which prepares you to either fight the stress or flee from it. Although it is only a temporary reaction; this elevation in blood pressure can still damage blood … Continue reading TOO much Stress
*information obtained from African-American Healthy by Richard Walker Jr, M.D Hypertension forces the heart to work harder, which damages blood vessels throughout the body including those found in the kidneys. Over time, the gradual increase in Blood Pressure takes it tolls on the kidneys, causing damage to the blood flow; which leads to a vicious … Continue reading What’s Hypertension?
*information obtained from African-American Healthy by Richard Walker Jr, M.D DID YOU KNOW: adding fiber to your daily meals prevent and reduces the potential damage caused by type 2 diabetes; by reducing blood glucose levels by average of 10% Fiber is nutrient dense, it improves digestion, induces a sense of fullness after eating, which prevents … Continue reading FIBER TO THE MAIN OFFICE
*information obtained from African-American Healthy by Richard Walker Jr, M.D When you ignore the signs of it, like a Blood Pressure as high as 230/70. Your body will enter into end-stage renal disease; which means your kidneys are failing and they would require dialysis while the search for an organ donor begins. Located just below … Continue reading What’s Kidney Disease ?
*information obtained from African-American Healthy by Richard Walker Jr, M.D Chromium is an essential trace mineral required enhancing insulin function (which is the hormone that regulates blood sugar) and aids in the metabolism of macronutrients and cholesterol. It also assists with the proper metabolism of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins. A compound naturally produced in the … Continue reading What’s Chromium ?