Dear Wildling, 2019 is in full swing. I hope you are excited as I am for this year. I have many plans, goals, and a ton of work to do, all of which excite me.
I'm aiming to read 125 books this year—which reminds me, if you haven't signed up for Scribd, you are missing out. $8.99mo for unlimited audiobooks and ebooks. Amazing value. Below are some YouTube videos to help you in your 2019 journey. Enjoy! Yours in Health,
Youtube: CBD COFFEE | Simple At-home recipeThe buzz surrounding CBD is REAL! Throw your painkillers out! A plant-based substance that can alleviate chronic pain? I'm in!
Youtube: The #1 Problem With Nutrition Advice TodayResearch? "Research" is used by trolls and those with agendas to put together lazy explanations for complex things they don't understand.
Youtube: The #1 Goal You Should HaveMost people chase the wrong things. Instead, pursue freedom and autonomy. Chase controls your destiny by managing your time.
Youtube: COLD BREW AT HOME | Easy Cold Brew Coffee At HomeMarcy and Jamie share how EASY it truly is to use the Brew-At-Home Wild Cold Brew Coffee Pouches.
Made from carefully selected hand-harvested whole Madagascar vanilla beans, our Wild Vanilla Powder is raw, unrefined, unsweetened, and a versatile superfood! A healthy replacement for vanilla extract, this incredibly flavorsome product sells out quickly due to its popularity and remarkable flavor.
Wild Vanilla Powder is full of antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals. This potent concentration of wild nutrients helps reduce inflammation, regulate metabolism, and aid nervous system function.
Food is medicine if you use it properly. If you abuse it, it kills you. While this list represents foods that can optimize energy, you will get more benefits by eliminating the foods that sap energy.
These include grains, sugar, and all processed and refined foods. It also has alcohol. Alcohol is not a healthy food, and any benefit you might hear from the grapes in the case of wine is negligible compared to the damage the alcohol and sugar do to your body and brain.
Product Fact Of The Week: A prescription for coffee?
Circa 1650 in Oxford, England, many doctors became the first champions of coffee, praising the liquid for its health benefits. Learn more about our favorite bean and the history of coffee.
Fast forward many decades later, and now we know coffee as one of the most widely consumed drinks in the world. And it does still come with several health-friendly benefits!
Choosing a good, high-quality, organic coffee means getting those health perks without your brew containing toxic residues of synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives. Our Wild Coffees are consistently held to these high standards, which ensures a healthier brew with fantastic taste!
This Day In History: January 13, 1888
One hundred thirty-one years ago, The National Geographic Society in Washington, D.C., was founded "to increase and diffuse geographic knowledge."
Some original 33 founders include Clinton Hart Merriam, Charles J. Bell, Henry Gannett, James Clarke Welling, and Alexander Graham Bell.
The National Geographic Society is one of the world's largest non-profit scientific and educational organizations. Its interests include geography, archaeology, natural science, environmental and historical conservation, and studying world culture and history.
Health Tip Of The Week: Use multitasking cautiously.
Life demands we multitask to some degree — hey, even right now, you're breathing while reading — but too much multitasking can be problematic. Studies have shown that multitasking reduces productivity by 40% and can lower I.Q. and create brain damage.
When we think we're multitasking, we often need to do more than two things at once, but instead, individual actions in rapid succession. This reduces efficiency and performance because your brain can only focus on one thing simultaneously. The constant interruption in our brains causes unnecessary stress and reduces reaction time.
Try to focus on one task at a time, accomplish it, and then move on to the next.
"A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new." ― Albert Einstein