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Nutrition: How Do You Best Perform at Your Optimal Level

Since 2009 Food and Nutrition Have Become My Cure

The Background
Dan Morris, Change Behavior, Debbie Bensching, Portland, Oregon, Ronin Studios, Scott Sakamoto, Internet Marketing, waterI’ve shared with a few of you that I stopped taking Medication in 2009. I had been introduced to the fantastic sport of cycling and would sometimes pump my body full of, up to 800 milligrams of ibuprofen after a Ride or the following morning = I had to stop taking Drugs (medicine); so I did.

I’m no spring chicken, and physical discomfort is something to be avoided if possible so I had to use common sense and reprogram my “I Need Relief Now” expectations and started to consume mass amounts of Water (plain H2O from the tap; and it worked) = As a matter of fact, I think my Stainless Steel Water Bottle is now part of my “Personal Brand“.

We want you to have the information you need to Perform at Your Optimal Level to Benefit your Personal and Business Growth


On Netflix
Dan Morris, Change Behavior, Debbie Bensching, Portland, Oregon, Ronin Studios, Scott Sakamoto, Internet Marketing, china study, dr. ThompsonA couple of months ago Brent Marini loaned me his copy of “China Study” by Thomas Campbell and I’ve been browsing the pages until the other day when I happened upon “Forks Over Knives” on Netflix. (also on the list: “Grain Brain”)

This is too important to ignore

I’ve had several friends follow the National Trend and become a statistic with Heart Disease; High Blood Pressure; Obesity; all the illnesses and diseases I heard mentioned in the movie “Forks Over Knives” and of course because they are my Friends, I’m very concerned about them = what can I do?

Let’s Do this

Culturally this is not a stretch for me to accomplish. I was raised by two diverse Asian Cultures (Japanese and Chinese). I discovered after his passing that my Chinese Grandfather was an herbalist which explains many foul odors coming from steaming pots in the kitchen when I was growing up (more noticeable during cold and flu seasons) … and my Japanese Grandmother was Performing Tea (Chado) for me while encouraging me to think of “Pleasant Thoughts” (meditation/contemplation).

Dan Morris, Change Behavior, Debbie Bensching, Portland, Oregon, Ronin Studios, Scott Sakamoto, Internet Marketing, china study, dr. thompsonWhat about you? I could have been easily convinced that the “Steak ‘n Potato” route was the way to go. As a matter of fact, I’m a Believer in “Moderation” = yes, I would like to have a Ribeye Steak from time-to-time and a cigar and… a Bourbon = I love … what can I say.

So, Here it is… at the beginning of each morning we want to be sure you have the information you need to be able to Perform at Your Optimal Level for your Personal and Business Growth. If you think helping and allowing your Mind, Body and Spirit to work together might help you Achieve Your Business Goals, let us know and come back soon = we may have something for you.

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