Cleaning Out My Notebook Of Health Tips

Posted: April 10, 2013 in Dan Price White

I consume a lot of nutrition and fitness information, for better or worse, and started a practice of keeping notes of everything interesting in a notebook. In fear of losing my notes, I figured I would archive them here for myself and any readers who like such things.

Also, the headline of this blog keeps making me think of “Cleanin Out My Closet” by Eminem, so I Invite you to play this song while you read my tips if you wish.

  • When eating put three fist-sized portions on your plate of a protein, vegetable and fruit or legume.
  • Drink coffee every day to lower stroke rates.
  • Routinely eat eggs, fish and vegetables for higher energy and always look to nuts for a snack.
  • For eye health: In the morning, moisturize with a lotion that has SPF (Neutrogina Oil-Free 30 SPF), before bed use an eye cream with vitamin C.
  • Eating fresh broccoli? Dip it in plain mustard for a healthier liver.
  • Make a salad with fresh spinach topped with sardines and mustard for a jolt of healthy Omega 3’s.
  • Berry Parfait Recipe: Cup of frozen berries thawed in the microwave, 1/2 cup granola, 1/2 cup vanilla yogurt.
  • When wanting chips with a meal, eat pistachios instead. 45 Calories per serving instead of 160 or more.
  • Book recommendation: Money Rules – Simple Path to Security.
  • Four to five cups of coffee per day will help fight off colon cancer.
  • for money saving tips.
  • – Offers classes to learn to live off the land.
  • – Read a new short story each week.
  • Multivitamin made from food is the best (Juice Plus+).
  • Take Align Probiotic.
  • To fall asleep faster, rub lavender oil on pillow.
  • Shake recipe: 1 Cup coffee, ice, banana, 1/2 cup walnuts, vanilla protein powder and tbs of cocoa powder.
  • Quote: “You can waste a lot of time waiting for inspiration.”
  • One glass of red wine a day. Best bet a Cabernet Sauvignon.
  • Glass of lemonade a day made from at least 10% lemon juice wards off kidney stones.
  • Eat brussell sprouts routinely for prostate health.
  • Healthy beer of choice: Amstel Light
  • At the gym, use 8-6-4 for reps on the bench press with increasing weight each set.
  • Aim for at least 35 grams of fiber per day.
  • 8,000 mg of Echinacea good for endurance.
  • Have a shake or chocolate milk immediately after a workout, a meal of steak, chicken or eggs can come later. Shakes and milk are absorbed faster.
  • Two cups of cooked spinach a day gives you enough nitrate to help fuel muscles.
  • Salad recipe: Arugula, basalmic vinegar, olive oil, walnuts, blue cheese, apple, minced garlic.
  • Oregano supplement good for your heart.
  • Say positive things in your head like “I feel good” while working out to boost strength.
  • Visualize yourself conquering a workout before you do it.
  • Running shoes: Aasics, Gel-Lyte33
  • Hit the heavy bad for strength and endurance.
  • Music recommendations: Earth, Daskthrone, Lycia
  • Best gas station/road foods: Pistachios, beef jerky and raisins.
  •  Dry Hands: Neutrogena Hand  Cream.
  • Your first hour defines your day: 30 minutes of stretching, walking, running or elliptical.
  • Hungry at work? Snack on apples or fresh vegetables.
  • Stand on one leg while brushing teeth, switch legs as you move to each quadrant.
  • Eat two cups of grapes daily to lower blood pressure with their polyphenols.
  • Cottage cheese is good to prevent diabetes, spinach helps prevent cancer.
  • Boost testosterone: Eat almonds, oatmeal, pistachios, try to go organic with each.
  • Train fast using explosive movements because life is not lived in slow motion.
  • Step up cardio exercise during cold and flu season, boosting circulation build immune cells.
  • Cologne recommendations: Feel young (Armani Aqua di Gio), Outdoorsy (Mark Ecko Green), Classy (Dolce and Gabana Pour Homme).

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