The key to extending the human health-span is proactive prevention. The good news is that we now have the knowledge and the technology at our fingertips to proactively intervene and assist in reducing the onset of chronic disease.
Our health is sacred, and regardless of who we are and where we come from, improving quality of life and increasing longevity are common threads that tie us all together. While we are all constantly exposed to stories about illness and disease, we are also inundated with advice from well-meaning medical practitioners and health professionals on how to adopt and maintain healthy lifestyles. But why is it that when some of us follow this advice, we still end up packing on weight and breaking out in a sweat getting up in the morning? Why is it that a certain diet will work for one person but not another?
Fasting is a pretty controversial and hotly debated topic in the nutrition world, and rightly so. There are as many different ways of doing it as there are variations in results.
We’ve been conditioned to think of health and wellness as what we eat and how we move. In actual fact, at Edison we believe the biggest factor in how we feel is something very, very basic; It’s our sleep. To understand the importance of sleep we need to first understand the science of sleep.
What if you’ve been forcing yourself to eat kale and it’s not even actually good for you? What if you’ve been doing fitness bootcamps and your body would thrive on pilates instead? What if your body was talking to you and you could actually hear it?