Rebellious Mind and Body Tune Up Tips
Tiny truths with BIG health benefits
Give me 5 minutes or less per day, 5 days a week, you might just feel better, look better, feel like yourself again, and bring on the fabulous.
In fact, these tiny truths might just add more life to your years.
Tell me more, Greg.
Years ago, when the internet was young and I was new to this whole online business thing, I had a free, weekly, short health tips audio postcard called Mind and Body Tune Up Tips.
( Like I said, it was long long ago. 2008 to be exact and though ugly by my standards now, it got the job done.)
They were fun to do and podcasting was not on my radar yet.
Besides, you may not always have time for an entire podcast on how to age like a (well preserved) rock star,
Not even a Shortie.
But why should you be left out of all the good information I’ve got–and continue to discover–on health and how to prevent as many of the downsides of aging as possible, for as long as possible?
As I always say, Aging happens–if we’re lucky–but it doesn’t have to ruin your life.
These tune up tips, if you use the information, will make change easier–if change is what you need.
Or, maybe you’ll be the most interesting dinner guest at the table having stored away bits of health trivia like you get more nutrition from a cooked tomato than a raw one.
In the new version, which I’ll send 3 times per week, I’ll always tell you why something is true and the source.
(In the case of the tomato fact, heat processing enhances the nutritional value of tomatoes by increasing the lycopene content — a phytochemical that makes tomatoes red– as well as the total antioxidant activity.)
Here’s a sample of a tune up tip on the science behind trying something new and improved longevity.