LivingFuel SuperHealth: SuperFit Without the Gym – Nutrition’s Vital Role

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Posted on 10th June 2010 by admin in Super Health

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Welcome back to our special series SuperFit Without the Gym with 57-year-old natural health expert John Peterson. Previous episodes covered the history of physical fitness, the miracle of isometric exercise and demonstrated the unique and powerfully effective Tiger Moves. If you’ve missed an episode of SuperFit Without the Gym, click here where we’ve made each show readily available to you. Today, we explore the critical role of diet and nutrition in concert with the training principles we’ve learned over the past few weeks.

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KC Craichy
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LivingFuel SuperHealth: KC’s Radio Interview Online

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Posted on 22nd February 2010 by admin in Super Health

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I had a great time talking with Steven Diamond on his Internet radio show yesterday! We talked about a lot of important issues that affect people’s health, including nutrition and stress relief. You can listen to the full interview on Steven’s website, Just click on this link to go straight to the interview page. Here’s to your Super Health! KC

LivingFuel SuperHealth: 60 Healthy Foods for Pennies Per Serving

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Posted on 16th February 2010 by admin in Super Health

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Are you trying to eat healthier food on an unhealthy budget? Fortunately, some of the cheapest foods are good for you.

The real trick to minimizing your grocery bill is finding the right recipes for healthy foods. That’s why we’re providing a list of 60 inexpensive and nutritious foods. Please note, however, that prices will vary based on the store, location and season. One serving refers to one apple, one cup of oats, etc.; not the entire bag of apples or bucket of oats. Bon appetit!

Read the list of foods here.