My latest book ~ https://t.co/hacdIET77Qpic.twitter.com/YDRAKJPiFd — Edie Summers (@ediesummers) July 14, 2016 A memoir and guide to living well. The Memory of Health is a meditation and conversation on well-being. What makes you thrive, even in the face of great odds? What makes you come alive? At the age of 22, Edie developed chronic fatigue after having surgery for a ski accident. While physical therapy was helpful, she had to seek alternative treatment to regain full use of her knee. […]
Dr. Roxanne Sukol says “all health is personal.” I couldn’t agree more, as we all have our stories and journeys around health and well-being. She also advocates for eating well, as true nourishment is what heals. Again, I couldn’t agree more, as it was deep nourishment that fortified my body and allowed me to gain the upper hand with a chronic condition. “Your health is on your plate” is one of Dr. Sukol’s main messages. There were three game-changers […]
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Hello everyone and welcome to the FB Chat with me, the #FatDoc. It’s December 1st, 2015 and we only have 30 more days until 2016. With that being said. I know you all have stuffed yourself this past Thursday on Thanksgiving. and that’s why I am blogging tonight on some of my favorite ways to lose the belly fat from the holiday banquets. Most of you probably are not really ready to commit to the ideal that you may have […]
The Five Pillars of Wellness with Dr. Braxton A. Cosby The Fat Doc & Smashon’s Fitness Brand Ambassador!
Good evening everyone and welcome to another night with me the #FatDoc. Tonight I’m going to give you my 5 Pillars of Wellness! — Braxton A. Cosby (@BraxtonACosby) November 11, 2015 Before we can discuss my 5 pillars, we need to first understand what it means to have wellness? #eatlessmovemore — Braxton A. Cosby (@BraxtonACosby) November 11, 2015 So let’s look at the definition of wellness. #FatDoc #eatlessmovemore — Braxton A. Cosby (@BraxtonACosby) November 11, 2015 The […]
The following is a transcribe of Braxton’s FB Chat and some of his Twitter chat on getting a six pack. Join the conversation! https://www.facebook.com/DrBraxtonCosby?fref=photo The first one up, and my personal favorite are planks! Here’s why. When it comes to sculpting the rectus abdominis, no exercise matches planks. Studies show that there is a 25% more muscle tension gain from doing planks *(whether timed or repetitions) when compared to crunches. That means, that you get more bang for you buck, […]
So the answer is, BOTH. You have to manage both, with maybe one or the other having a little more focus than the other. — Braxton A. Cosby (@BraxtonACosby) July 29, 2015 Most people miss the importance of managing their eating and their exercise. Even I have to keep a handle on my food. — Braxton A. Cosby (@BraxtonACosby) July 29, 2015 If you want t maintain, that should work fine by balancing what you put in and […]
Rev Up Your Metabolism & Lose Weight with Dr. Braxton A. Cosby: The Fat Doc & Smashon Fitness Brand Ambassador!
From Dr. Braxton A. Cosby: “SO what it metabolism anyway? Simply put, it’s the chemical processes that occur within a living organism in order to maintain life. As it relates to losing weight, metabolism or the process by which metabolism is carried out is the summation of activities within the body that assist the organism to stay alive. Breaking down food, compounds, and other chemicals to provide energy and remove waste products. As it relates to losing weight, metabolism or […]
Join the #EatLessMoveMore Campaign with Smashon’s Fitness Brand Ambassador Dr. Braxton A. Cosby – The Results Are In!
@BraxtonACosby protein shakes, salads & walking! pic.twitter.com/DtCqBtDrTh — Tamora (@TamoraWilliams) June 3, 2015