• January 17, 2014

    Obesity is a major concern in the United States, but more problematic are the complications that can arise as a result, including diabetes. While type 2 diabetes tends to stem from obesity and lack of physical activity, type 1 requires just as much attention to healthy diet and exercise. When you manage your weight, life with diabetes becomes far more manageable.

    Where Are You Now?

    Every journey has a beginning. What's important is recognizing where you are in your personal health right now and learning how to improve from here, rather than fixating on the difficulty of the challenges ahead.

    Are you a newly diagnosed diabetic? Then...

  • October 4, 2013

    Football season is well underway, and if you’re a fan, the good times have already begun!  You’ve put on your favorite team jersey and have settled down to watch the game on your new high definition television. Or maybe you’re more hardcore. You enjoy weekend tailgating parties and hold season tickets so you can hoot and holler in the stands.

    It’s about the love of the game, but part of the fun is the admiration you have for the team members—their athleticism, agility and powerful strength. You think that you could never train to be that fit. Imagine their routine, all the weights they bench press, the...

  • October 2, 2013
    Red deer stag velvet

    Maybe you’ve heard some of the buzz. Mention deer antler spray to just about anyone in casual conversation, and you may get one of two answers. You might hear, “Oh yeah, I remember hearing about that controversy with the NFL football Ray Lewis during the last Super Bowl.” Or you might hear someone say, “Ugh that sounds weird. Why would I put that into my body?”

    Move Past the Myths

    It’s time to get the facts straight on exactly what deer antler velvet is, how it works and why Royal Velvet by The Healthy Protocol, LLC is the superior product.

    Royal Velvet is the latest...

  • September 20, 2013

    Consumers have more information about the nutritional content of foods they’re buying than ever before. It started with the Pure Food and Drug Act of 1905 and to this day the federal government has continually expanded upon this legislation with additional requirements.

    Today, all product ingredients must be listed on labels, including trans fats, calories, carbohydrates and fiber content, to name but a few. We’re armed with tons of information to help us make better choices. So why is obesity in this country at an all-time high?

    Fad Diets Don’t Work

    Are you overweight and overwhelmed by food labels that don’t seem to...