Dear Wildling, There are many ways to live life. The worst way is to live a life of instant gratification. Instant gratification is why people are in debt.
Instant gratification is why people are overweight. Instant gratification is why millions of humans die yearly from lifestyle-related diseases. Instant gratification is why people are in debt.
Instant gratification is why people eat cheap and convenient food when they know they should cook at home. Instant gratification is why people forgo sleep.
Instant gratification is why people smoke. Instant gratification is why people eat so much sugar. On and on.
This week, I want you to find ways to forget instant rewards. Invest in your long-term health by cooking at home. Invest in your financial future by spending less. Invest in your Health by going to the gym and for a walk.
Invest in your tomorrow by sleeping enough. Build your investing mindset and watch as your life improves.
Yours in Health,
P. S. Use code 1WildCustomer at checkout for 10% off your entire order in the Wild Shop.
Marcy and Jamie unbox our three bestselling organic coffee beans and describe the aromas. We wish you could smell these through your computer!
Youtube: How To Make Low-Sugar ChocolateIf you are sick of little to no low-sugar chocolate bar options, this is the recipe for you. Making your chocolate is super easy! Watch and enjoy. 🙂
Brent and Colin sit down to go over Cognitive Biases. These are prevalent in everything we do and must be used to help make good decisions. Brent and Colin dig deep into five biases and heuristics and unpack why these are part of who we are Ancestrally.
Sleep. We’ve all slept so much in our lives that you’d think we would be professionals by now.
What if Colin told you that you’ve been doing sleep all wrong, and that’s why you keep having insomnia or being sluggish in the middle of the day? Colin explains that the Ancestral Mind is not meant to sleep in our current environment.
Reclaim Your Wildness | Your ancestors were wild humans living in nature. They were naturally fit, strong, lean, agile, and healthy.
So why do you struggle today? Why do we ALL work?
Because we live in an environment that is mismatched with our biology. I’m here to help you reclaim your wild side.-Colin Stuckert, Wild Foods Co & The Ancestral Mind
Turmeric contains curcumin, which has powerful anti-inflammatory effects and is a potent antioxidant, protecting healthy cells from damaging free radicals. Our Non-GMO, easy-to-swallow veggie caps ensure you can get the daily turmeric you need – plus, being combined with black pepper extract increases bioavailability and absorption for even more body benefit!
Product Fact Of The Week: Don’t damage your matcha!
Wild Matcha is an antioxidant powerhouse superfood full of vitamins and nutrients! We recommend steeping with water that is 165°-175°.
To ensure this, use a thermometer or remove your boiling water from the heat and let it sit for at least 3 minutes. Then savor every colorful sip, knowing you get the maximum nutrition from this fantastic green tea!
This Day In History: March 3, 1923 — TIME magazine is published for the first time. Being the first weekly news magazine in the United States, the cover price was 15¢ (equivalent to $2.21 in 2018).
It still has the world’s largest circulation for a weekly news magazine. They first called the proposed magazine Facts, emphasizing brevity so that a busy person could read it in an hour.
They changed the name, however, to Time and used the slogan “Take Time–It’s Brief.” Time’s most prominent feature throughout history has been the annual “Person of the Year” cover story.
Health Tip Of The Week: Squeeze some fresh lemon juice in your glass of water today.
Before slicing, roll a lemon under your palm for maximum juice. Then cut and squeeze some into your glass of water for super health benefits!
Let lemons brighten up your day because they are:
- High in Vitamin C and Potassium, which boost our immune system
- Alkaline in our bodies helps us maintain a healthy pH balance
- Beneficial in kidney function while preventing calcium buildup
- Helpful in breaking down foods, ensuring better digestion
- Hydrating to the lymphatic system, aiding in the prevention of adrenal fatigue
”Do not overestimate the competition and underestimate yourself. You are better than you think.” ―T. Harv Ecker