Archive for January, 2014

Neurotransmitters and Health

Posted: January 24, 2014 in Uncategorized

Neurotransmitters and Health.

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Our neurotransmitters are key parts for our overall health and well-being. We live in an environment in which theses vital chemicals may become depleted.  This leads to energy problems, food cravings, mood disorders, and even obesity.  Learn more in my video below;

http://www.ameerrosic.com/arwp/optimalwebinar

What Our Dietary Guidelines Should Be.

In my latest article for Breaking Muscle I discuss the science debunking the USDA dietary guidelines and show support for a different set of guidelines.  This is only a small piece so stay tuned!  http://breakingmuscle.com/nutrition/what-our-dietary-guidelines-should-be

Individual Genetic Variance and Carb Metabolism.

There seems to be a big difference in how well people tolerate carbs.  On one end of the spectrum are the low carbers and they swear it is superior.  At the other end are the high carbers who stand by their approach.  This have even been seen in traditional cultures, i.e. the Inuits (5% carbs) and Kitavans (69% carbs).  So which is better?  It may depend on your genetic makeup, read here:

http://robbwolf.com/2014/01/15/understanding-genetic-differences-carb-metabolism/

Unsatisified Weight, Poor Energy, and Poor Recovery.