These gooey keto brownies are truly the best! They’re super rich, chocolatey, low carb (yes, healthy) and no one would ever know!
I’ve been working on keeping my carbs low and am finding super-duper ways to have dessert too. They are also paleo, dairy-free, gluten-free and a really quick recipe to make!
This recipe is a modified version from paleorunningmomma.com.
Thanks Michele Rosen!
When these came out of the oven I couldn’t believe it!
Let me know if you try these and how they turn out. I found them to be moist and delicious!
2/3 cup raw cacao powder
1/3 cup coconut oil, melted
1/3 cup butter, melted
1 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
2 large eggs, room temperature
1 egg yolk, room temperature
1/2 cup almond flour
1/2 tsp baking soda
1/4 tsp sea salt
1/2 cup chopped walnuts (optional)
1/4 – 1/2 cup Lily’s Dark Baking Chips (optional, for sprinkling on top before baking)
Preheat the oven to 325 degrees.
Line an 8×8 inch baking dish with parchment paper and rub avocado oil (or coconut oil) over parchment paper to prevent sticking.
In a large bowl, whisk together cacao powder and Better Than Sugar until smooth.
Add melted butter and coconut oil. Whisk again until well blended.
Add vanilla, eggs and egg yolk, one at a time, whisking until each is combined.
Stir in almond flour, baking soda, and sea salt.
Stir in walnuts if you are using them then pour batter into prepared baking dish. You will need to use a spatula to spread batter as it will be thick. Sprinkle Lily’s Baking Chips on top.
Bake for 17-20 minutes, or until toothpick comes out clean. The brownies will appear a bit jiggly but bring them out if the toothpick is clean. Don’t over cook them or they will become too dry.
Cool by placing baking dish on wire rack. Once cooled to room temperature, cut into 16 squares.
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Post-traumatic growth is an uncommon term. Although, there is much to be received from this style of thinking. You’re about to hear how Kelly Bearer perceives coronavirus. She sees it as a way of personal growth for humanity, worldwide.
Kelly Bearer is a profound hypnotherapist and has a private practice in Boulder, Colorado. A graduate of Naropa University (2005) with an M.A. in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology, she works with a broad spectrum of clients. With an emphasis on anxiety, trauma, PTSD, and codependency, her 15+ years of experience means she is well versed. Kelly practices Heart-Centered Hypnotherapy, Integral, Transpersonal, Gestalt, and Subtle Energy methods of psychotherapy and healing techniques. You can have a session with her online or in-person.
In this episode, Kelly explains what post-traumatic growth actually is. It relates to how we look at situations through our own personal lens. How do you look through the lens of your life? Certainly, Kelly looks at her life through the lens of growth, transformation, and spirituality.
We’re continually trying to find meaning in our lives. Coronavirus is a time of rebirth and regrowth. Although it’s challenging for so many, it’s an opportunity as well. In addition, it’s time to stop. Slow down and tune in with yourself. Let’s live our most aligned and most highly purposed lives collectively. Besides, life just literally stopped – so who are you now? Or who do you choose to be as we move forward in this new way of living?
Furthermore, Kelly speaks about going forward in her own life. Instead of having PTSD, we can have the experience of post-traumatic growth. How present is the fear in your body? Let the fear speak because it has a message for you.
Above all, according to Kelly, once you allow the message to move through you, then you can be free. If your fear could say anything in the whole world, what would it want to say? After letting the fear speak, people start to feel lighter and freer. In other words, we need to build tools and resources to get out of fear. Probably, it is also advisable to do this type of work with a professional such as Kelly so that you can recover with greater ease. It’s your birthright to have peace in your heart, mind, body and soul.
Later, Kelly talks about heart-centered hypnotherapy, how she got involved with hypnotherapy, and what it took her to get there. At one point, Kelly’s personal relationship and business crumbled simultaneously. It was devastating. However, Kelly was utterly transformed after on session with a hypnotherapist. Hypnotherapy has changed Kelly’s life from a puddle to starting her own hypnotherapy training school.
Everything goes back to our childhood – as an adult, these thoughts are entirely tripping us up. Stay tuned as Kelly describes the multiple varieties of hypnotherapy and the most important things that women can do during these uncertain times.
“We can have the experience of post-traumatic growth.” -Kelly Bearer
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Want to control your mind? Finding your mind “all over the place”, having trouble focusing or staying calm? DO NOT WORRY!
There is a way to pull yourself together and it is a pretty simple thing to do once you understand what it takes to control your mind.
I’m going to say something to you, and at first you may cringe, but just hear me out.
the key to controlling your mind is M-E-D-I-T-A-T-I-O-N.
If you are cringing it is understandable. It can be really hard to “still the mind” which is what meditation is essentially focused on. However, there are multiple ways I am going to share with you that can help you control your mind.
So STAY TUNED and keep reading!
Although science has been skeptical for most of the 20th century, in the last few years however, there have been several studies validate and verify some benefits of meditation.
For example, yoga is a good illustration of how you can control your mind without having to sit still. Doctors are even confidently recommending yoga to their patients.
Other moving meditations include tai-chi and qigong (chi gong).
There are many different styles of yoga and qigong, and if you’ve tried one and didn’t enjoy it, give it another shot, maybe with a different teacher. I often tell my patients it’s not necessarily the style of yoga that is important, rather whether you align with the teacher.
I an avid yogini and have gone to MANY classes and didn’t align with the teacher. That’s how you know if you’re in the proper class or not.
If that’s not doing it for you, you can actually learn to control your mind simply by taking a conscious walk in nature. conscious walking means “taking your time”, having no agenda other than BEING in nature. Maybe you choose to walk so slowly you pay attention to one thing, the sound and feel of the earth beneath each step. And breathe.
Lastly, another way that you can control your mind is by chanting. I know, it sounds crazy, but in truth having something you rhythmically do for an allotted amount of time, with a one-pointed focus, can give your mind the break you are looking for.
There are numerous chants out there you can try. The one I personally chant is “nam-myoho-rengo-kyo”.
It essentially means that at any given time we each have within us the ability to transform suffering into joy. It helps us awaken to our true nature, that we all have unlimited potential and this chant allows us to recognize it in ourselves and in others, therefore allowing us to manifest and create a more joyous reality.
Another chat I enjoy is “Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo” The words mean “I honor (or bow to) the Infinite Wisdom, I honor the teacher within.” This chant is used to start a kundalini practice.
There is way more to say about chanting itself, but at least you now have a few different ways you can control your mind without having to sit quietly and “meditate” perse.
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Patients often say they’re “bored” in quarantine.
First of all, as reported in Psychology Today, authors suggest that having a “reasonable amount of psychological energy” leads to boredom. Being aroused psychologically yet unable to find anything to devote your attention to could result in feelings of “boredom”.
Secondly, boredom may occur unless you focus your attention. Being stressed may cause your mind to jump from one thing to another. Too much stimulation may cause this too.
Unable to give your full attention to something particular, boredom may result. Also, you may even think because you’re in quarantine boredom is inevitable. That’s actually likely not the case.
Certainly these two circumstances have greater potential when confined. Many are used to having a schedule, interacting with co-workers, and taking lunch breaks at specific times each day. In confinement you may have feelings of being unstructured and lost. Consequently this situation could lead you to thinking you’re bored.
Maybe you’re working from home in the presence of family. Hence, this quite possibly leads to frequent shifts in focus. Numerous interruptions are a huge problem when it comes to focus! As a result, this can lead to feeling “bored in quarantine”.
As reported in the Washington Post, “researchers at the University of California, Irvine, found after careful observation that the typical office worker is interrupted or switches tasks, on average, every three minutes and five seconds. And it can take 23 minutes and 15 seconds just to get back to where they left off.”
At home in confinement you may find yourself interrupted even more so. The home improvement distractions, the kids needing your attention, the kitchen calling your name every 5 minutes, the dog wanting to be fed, the list goes on. Therefore, before you know it, you haven’t completed anything of importance. This could lead to a sense of lack of purpose, possibly feelings of failure, and ultimately may lead you to thinking you’re bored.
I’ve heard women say they feel they’re floundering with whether or not they are in the right line of business. Also they also are concerned about being on track with anything they are doing in their lives, be it relationships, living location, etc.
It’s difficult to be inspired about something while stumbling around all day without direction. Let’s fix that problem!
There are easy tools you can implement to bring more satisfaction and focus to your life. They can work whether you’re a stay-at-home mom or a single person out of work. Take time to “set the stage” for your day to make a difference in your life and happiness.
Similarly, you may be an entrepreneur trying to get your business off the ground. These tips can help you get your mind focuses and your feet back on the ground.
Check out Ultra Smart Tips For Boredom. These are simple things you can do to lift yourself up and enjoy life again!
I encourage you to learn something new and make your health a priority.
Here are Ultra Smart Tips When Bored In Confinement.
Choose one each day to add to your lifestyle and watch yourself regain feelings of control.
Create a To-Do List
This will help you stay focused and add structure to your day. This ultra smart tip may even cause you to “schedule” time off of you are working from home. Determine what time you will start and stop working each day.
Schedule Your To-Dos
Your to-do list can easily take over if you don’t give it structure as well. They don’t all have to be done today, so spread it out and get it done!
Take Regular (Scheduled) Breaks Throughout The Day
Schedule breaks. It helps when you know you will be able to get up soon. Knowing you’re doing something relaxing in 30 minutes makes it easier to focus. Even if you are doing chores at home, have a start and stop time.
Get Out In Nature
Mother Nature heals. Give yourself space to relax in to her fold. Listen to the birds, feel the wind on your face, smell the beauty around you. Take a peaceful walk and enjoy the present moment.
Turn Off Notifications while Working
Distractors are the bane of your focus. Just stop. Let yourself laser in on the task at hand for the few minutes.
As reported by Forbes, “there’s no doubt that interrupting a task leads to a loss of concentration and a decline in productivity levels.”
Doing a particular task distraction-free can make you feel great about your accomplishments.
Move Your Body
Get your blood circulating to bring in fresh ideas and perspectives. Further, it will also give your hips a break. This is helpful when sitting all day at a computer. Take a brisk walk when outside. You can even get a few pieces of equipment to have near you. As a result, when you take your breaks you can simply pick up a band, ball or dumbbell and pump out a few curls or squats. You’ll feel better about yourself for sure!
Listen To Your Inner Voice
I believe many people have a hard time during confinement, often feeling bored because they’re actually uncomfortable being alone with themselves. Your inner voice can rise up when quiet. Consequently many people work diligently pushing that voice down.
She knows things. Your inner voice is your guide. She’ll help you realize whether or not you are on the right path. It may be hard to hear sometimes because your ego may not want things to change, however, if you give her a little say you may find you’ve better things to be doing with your time. Likewise, you may also determine you want to shift how you perceive the world around you. Be still my friend, even if it is a dedicated 5 minutes/day.
Who might hold you accountable to your schedule? Is there someone whom with you can schedule “zoom work days”? Are you part of a group who you can depend on to help you stay on track? Find that person or group and be committed. Consequently it makes a world of difference to have a partnership. don’t go it alone!
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Start A New Hobby
Maybe there is something you’ve been wanting to try ~ playing the guitar or harmonica, learning to do something fun with your hair, or maybe you have been wanting to learn to make jewelry or sew. Certainly pick up those things and get going on them! You don’t have to be perfect, and it doesn’t have to be a big commitment. Just do a little everyday and have fun with it.
Tackle Projects And Chores You’ve Procrastinated On
Certainly you’ve broken objects or things that are beginning to fall apart. Maybe you’ve put them off “until you have time”. Well, now you do! Put that repair on your schedule and get to it! If you need to buy supplies go online and buy it. Then you won’t have that as an excuse not to complete those projects.
There you go!
Taking time for yourself in this way will result in you feeling happier and healther. Similarly, you will also be showing those you love a new way of being in this crazy world of uncertainty.
You have more power than you know. Use it to your advantage and ENJOY YOUR LIFE AGAIN!
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Can you outpace your critical mind? The best writers say their work seems to come from a source beyond the thinking mind, beyond the critical mind. But how do we access that source? This incredible poet has some really great resources and tools to help you easily step into a more awakened state. Likewise, get ready for Albert to share his beautiful heart in this show.
Albert Flynn DeSilver is an American poet, memoirist, novelist, speaker, and workshop leader. He received a BFA in photography from the University of Colorado in 1991 and an MFA in New Genres from the San Francisco Art Institute in 1995. In addition, Albert’s work has appeared in more than 100 literary journals worldwide including ZYZZYVA, New American Writing, Hanging Loose, Jubilat, Exquisite Corpse, Jacket (Australia), Poetry Kanto (Japan), Van Gogh’s Ear (France), and many others.
This author will teach you how to outpace your critical mind. Certainly he’s authored several books of poems and the memoir Beamish Boy. Kirkus Reviews called it “a beautifully written memoir. . .poignant and inspirational”. In addition, Albert taught as a California Poet in the Schools for more than a decade working with thousands of children throughout Northern California and beyond. Further, he also served as Marin County, California’s very first Poet Laureate and has shared the stage with U. S. Poet Laureate Kay Ryan, Bestselling authors’ Maxine Hong Kingston, Cheryl Strayed, Elizabeth Gilbert, Legendary Beat poet Michael McClure, and many others.
As a result, Albert has a lot of experience and has shared his gifts and skills with people from all walks of life. Therefore, you are hopefully inspired by this show and can take away some useful tips to outpace your critical mind.
In this episode, Albert Flynn DeSilver explains how writing can be used as a tool to outpace your critical mind as well as a path to awakening. For Albert, writing has always been a journey of awakening. For example, he is somebody that went from being a suicidal alcoholic to be a published author and teacher and used writing as his path. There was a point where Albert thought he was worthless to the world. It was through the practice of writing and stillness that Albert identified with something more substantial than himself. He realized that the creative act of art is a gateway to higher consciousness.
When we express our truth from the inside out, it takes rawness and courage. For example, Albert has revealed his most shameful behaviors in a memoir. He had to excavate some of that and free it from his body. The only way to move on from pain is to drum up the courage. Take time in stillness and allow the inner world to arise. Most of the people that have read Albert’s book have learned to outpace their critical mind. You will be held by the earth, your community, and your family when you express your creativity.
Albert explains how spontaneous writing is our best warmup. Above all we need to meet the canvas in an open and raw state of curiosity. In other words, our writing should be a reflection of what is going on at this moment internally. Albert will set a timer on his phone; he starts writing, and he doesn’t stop to think. Then he will try to move as urgently as possible, consequently outpacing his critical mind.
This is how he outpaces his critical mind. For example, if we are true to our prewriting exercise, it will be amazing what comes out. Oftentimes, people will not even recognize their own creation; that’s why Albert loves teaching so much.
Silence and stillness are the gateway to surrender and outpacing your critical mind. In other words take time in silence every day. Give yourself over to presence. as a result this is the single best way to get into knowing. You can also couple that with reading. We can get caught in “the story of our lives” and other people’s journeys. Further, it’s essential to be courageous and force yourself to nourish your mind with silence.
Contemplative time in nature is another way to find knowing. Stay tuned as Albert explains why you shouldn’t discount your story, and above all, learn about his workshops. Most importantly, he reveals a free gift for our listeners.
“We need your voice; your voice is powerful, and your voice is beautiful.” – Albert Flynn DeSilver
• [1:30] Today’s guest, Albert Flynn DeSilver
• [8:00] Writing as a Path to Awakening
• [10:50] How to express ourselves
• [14:55] The benefits to writing our thoughts down
• [17:15] How to use prewriting exercises
• [25:40] Albert shares his story
• [35:40] How to practice surrender and knowing
• [41:55] Why we shouldn’t discount our story
• [45:00] About Albert’s workshops
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Enjoy this deeply nourishing interview!
Over the past 20 years, Vanessa Tavernetti has become an Earth connection expert. She’s dedicated herself to connecting people to themselves. Through cultivating their relationship with the Earth they prosper.
A deeply nourishing practice is at hand here. Vanessa has instructed hundreds of adults and children to strengthen their relationships. This is done by creating gardens and growing their food and medicine. As a result, she facilitates tremendous healing and growth. Therefore her programs have been a continual source of inspiration and passion that guides her life.
In this episode, Vanessa speaks about COVID-19. Although she didn’t see it coming, she’s excited for the whole world to slow down. Consequently, it’s allowing the planet to heal and pause from the intense degradation. Above all, people finally have time to unplug from the busyness.
Beauty, art, and music are coming out of this time. Plus, we are all taking the time to connect and reflect on where our priorities lie. There is a connection between coronavirus and our Crown Chakra. We need to get real with our spirits. This beautiful woman discusses how this can be deeply nourishing for our lives.
Vanessa and her husband run Earth Magic Academy. This academy provides specialized programs for adults and children. It includes Intuitive Skills Building, Holistic VIP Programs for Highly Sensitive Persons and Business Clarity. In addition, they offer Awareness Guidance, Clairvoyant Readings, and a unique line of wellness products. Earth Magic Academy assists individuals in understanding their life purpose. It also helps people discover how they may apply their particular skills and talents to achieve balance. Joy, personal fulfillment, spiritual awareness, and success are some other results.
Interestingly, she speaks to how she feels children cannot deal with the way school has been for the last fifty years. Some kids are super sensitive to lots of things including vaccines. Consequently she feels putting vaccines in a child is an archaic way of doing things. Our children are bringing brilliance to the world. In other words, they are reflecting our society back to us. Pharmaceuticals are polluting our bodies, suppressing our minds, and polluting the waters. This powerful woman wants to see a shift in the pharmaceutical industry. You will also hear that she introduces meditation and mindfulness tools for the whole family.
We can feel medicinal benefits from merely sitting next to our plants. Yarrow is a huge anti-viral plant. Hence why she harvests Yarrow like crazy, therefore drinks Yarrow tea every day. Mrs. Tavernetti then speaks about coyote mentoring. Go to a place, sit, and listen. It can be in the forest or even in the city. Find your spot and go frequently. You will start to relate to the place and observe the surroundings. Do this for an extended period and broaden your perspective. As a result you will come to understand your purpose and your home.
You get to listen in as she reveals the story of her near-death experience. Her car twisted at least three times. Meanwhile, Vanessa woke up to a man singing, and she could feel the pavement on her face. Later, she wakes up in the hospital and sees a lifeforce. It was the most beautiful thing that she has ever experienced. Therefore, it was a deeply nourishing experience, all things considered. Subsequently, She felt complete and absolute love. However, it wasn’t her time.
In conclusion, You will hear her speak about connecting with ourselves through our relationship with the Earth and, as a result, the healing benefits of being with nature.
“Be still with yourself and be still with nature.” -Vanessa
• [0:05] About today’s guest, Vanessa Tavernetti
• [7:50] Mrs. Tavernetti’s take on COVID-19
• [17:30] Hear her dive deep into her work [ [17:30] ] • [30:30] How to feel medicinal benefits from our plants [ [30:30] ] • [39:30] About Vanessa’s near-death experience [ [39:30] ] • [56:30] Connecting with ourselves through our relationship with the Earth [ [56:30] ] • [64:20] Above all, the healing benefits of being with nature [ [64:20] ]
John K Paul (JP) is a money mindset kind of man. He is an Accountant with an Executive MBA degree from Florida Gulf Coast University and undergraduate degrees in Accounting from Marietta College (OH) and Business Administration from Hodges University. JP is a multifaceted, pro-active, driven individual with extensive experience in financial report preparation, analysis, annual business plan process management, and financial systems management.
This man has a big heart for nonprofit organizations and the life-changing services they provide. Furthermore, JP and his wife, Deborah, have been married for thirteen years. They are parents of two animated sons – Joshua (12) and Caleb (9), and two princesses – Hannah (6) and Priscilla (3). His interest revolves around spending time with his family, researching cool gadgets, and finding a reclining chair to relax in.
In this episode, John Paul dives deep into his background and describes the inspiration for his work and the meaning of a money mindset. When you look at things from a business standpoint, JP says that the bottom line drives everything. If JP could cover all of his financial needs, then he wouldn’t charge anyone to do what he’s doing. However, it would be difficult to set up an accounting practice as a nonprofit. JP’s heart wants to serve rather than making a huge profit.
Is God calling you to ministry work? If there is a higher calling, then JP says the calling will make way for you to do the work financially. When you feel the higher calling, then it is time to start saving your money. If you’re not worried about finances, you will be able to work comfortably and peacefully.
Mindset is everything. Budgeting is not about the money; it’s about the mindset: your money mindset. Budgeting is basic math – it should start with the end game in mind. The mind is a potent tool. When we train our minds, we can be surprised by what we are capable of accomplishing.
Fasting is one of the most significant ways to get to our ideal mindset. Abstaining from something is an essential factor. If you have the discipline to survive, that discipline will serve you in your finances. Furthermore, the willpower to say no will help you say yes to the things that you need to say yes to.
We are more prone to fail ourselves than we are to other people. Deep down inside, you need to be able to trust yourself. Keep your word to yourself! Where is your level of self-trust, and how can you increase that for yourself? The more we increase the trust in ourselves, then the less we worry about the outside noise. JP has no worries about what his wife is doing because he is secure in their relationship.
Later, JP explains the difference between financial advising and financial coaching. Financial advising is from a licensed person who comes up with an investment plan. In contrast, money coaching is a place that catches everything about money.
“We are our biggest hindrance to progress. You have to start using the carpe diem mindset and make the most out of every day.” -JP
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Ellen Pierce, MA, is the founder of the Leaders of the Heart. She is moved by inspired pleasure and is the lead singer, an intuitive channel, and an entrepreneur. Ellen deepest passion is helping you connect to your heart. Each intuitive song she sings contains a healing vibration that allows you to access your desires.
Ellen holds a master’s degree in Contemplative Psychotherapy and 1200 in yoga teacher training. Her training plus life experience inspires her to weave her uplifting and inspirational songs with guided visioning, declarations (stating your visions out loud), conversation, and connection, consequently connecting you to your heart and to your deepest self.
In this episode, Ellen speaks about what it means to get into alignment and listens to her intuition when singing and songwriting. You will hear Ellen speak from the space in her heart that is feeling tender during this interview.
You will love the connection she makes clear of how the body and mind work together. For example, she finds that her posture tends to curl when her heart is wanting to curl. Part of getting into alignment is noticing your thoughts, feelings, and physical being, and you will hear the different avenues Ellen and Dr. Brandy take to ensure greater alignment throughout their days and how to live from a place of inspired pleasure.
In Ellen’s songwriting, so goes deep into herself to discover what message she wants to bring out into the world. She discusses how any emotion we experience can be on a vast spectrum. The power of our words affects our physiology and feelings. Moving your body and turning on music can help you have a deeper connection with your authentic truth and you are sure to feel this through the music she shars with you in this show.
Then, Dr. Brandy and Ellen talk about being emotional eaters, and how eating impacts our singing, among other things. Everyone is an emotional eater: from the moment we are born, we are on a reward and punishment system which does not allow us to follow our intuition. It comes to pass that too often we get programmed to believe that if we follow our intuition we will get into trouble. However, once we realize that we need to follow our intuition to live our most authentic life, then we can break the cycle.
We make rules inside of our heads, we internalize them, and believe them to be true. This understanding will then direct our thoughts, feelings, emotions, and behaviors, which, in turn, creates the life we live. With Ellen’s inspiration you will come to understand how to create more freedom in your life. Ellen wants all of us to have a little more freedom. When we have a little freedom in ourselves, we inspire freedom in others.
There’s a distinction between surface pleasure and deep pleasure. Deep satisfaction comes from following our intuition, being in flow. When we are in our flow, we can tune in and ask ourselves, “what’s needed now?” Create space and trust the answer.
When we are unable to be in a receptive place, then we feel out of control, leading to old paradigms of programming Make space within the moments to hear what’s next.
Stay tuned to hear Ellen reveal her story with SIBO. Then, Ellen sings a song.
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Do you have ten minutes weekly to dedicate to your overall wellness & bone strengthening?
Ryan and Jesi Vandanyew discuss their passion for health and how they discovered OsteoStrong. It brings them both great joy to help others to better themselves, hence why they opened OsteoStrong.
OsteoStrong is not a gym; they are a wellness centers based on the skeletal system. They utilize the OsteoStrong system, which is four different pieces of equipment. It’s all about strengthening bones. Based on Wolff’s law, bone in a healthy person will adapt to the loads under which it is placed. You can turn around things like osteoporosis and osteopenia and build stronger bones through compression.
Osteogenic loading means loading bones with force. The individual client’s needs are met with the specifically designed Osteostrong machines. Coaches are always working with their clients to set them up in the best position to achieve the maximum amount of force, and consequently the bones are able to trigger growth. It was coined the ultimate biohack by Dave Asprey. The sessions are an average of ten to fifteen minutes one time per week! It is only about 60 seconds of actual effort in those ten minutes. Seriously!
Once you compress the bone, consequently you trigger bone strengthening and growth. However, there are so many other benefits like muscle strength, joint strength, improved balance, and improved posture. These machines were designed to replicate how gymnasts load their bones during workouts. Dr. Jaquish developed the devices for his mother. He found gymnasts had the highest bone density on the planet. Unfortunately, the impact is so devastating on their joints. The machines are designed to emulate the impact without the risk!
Bones know how to get stronger; they need the right stimulus.
Anything that has been deconditioned can be reconditioned.
The hard part is finding the proper stimulus for your bone. Dr. Jaquish’s mom literally strengthened her bones and reversed her Osteoporosis as a result of using the OsteoSTrong machines.
Tony Robbins had a trainer who couldn’t keep up with Tony’s pace. Learning of Tony’s secret, his trainer began using it and, as a result, came back to work with him. His trainer had been utilizing OsteoStrong, and consequently it gave him strength, agility, and endurance. Tony bought the equipment from Dr. Jaquish, and the two started a company together.
Stay tuned to hear Ryan and Jesi discuss the global expansion of OsteoStrong and, above all, how you can get started today either preventing bone deterioration or recover from the detriments of bone loss.
There are OsteoStrong Centers all over the United States. Check out the website to find a location near you to set up your first experience.
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