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Last Sunday, I decided to put my “I Want Abs” training to the test by competing in my very first triathlon. A triathlon is a three-part sports discipline comprising swimming, cycling, and running. Because the three sports are contested as a continuous event without a rest, my fitness coach and I thought this would be a great way to test my overall endurance.
Much has been written about the importance of exposing children to nature. Books such as Last Child in the Woods, by Richard Louv, illustrate how exposure to the outdoors is crucial for the physical, emotional, mental, and even spiritual development of children. This is not true of the internet, television, and video games. In this blog post I want to remind you about the importance of nature time and push you to spend more time outside with your children, brothers, sisters, cousins, and friends.
The plain and simple truth is that children need regular exposure to the natural world. Such exposure leads to reduced stress; increased happiness, self—worth, and motivation; and improved physical fitness, balance, coordination, and even brain development.
One of the best reasons to add wild food to your diet is the simple fact that many of them are leafy green vegetables. Adding more fresh greens to your meals will dramatically improve your health. After years of research and countless experiments on myself, I have concluded there is no substitute for a diet rich in leafy greens. It’s true that we are all unique. We come from different backgrounds, have distinctive constitutions and blood types, and require different practices to achieve the same results. Yet I have never met a person who did not benefit from eating fresh greens.
My new movie “Common Weeds And Wild Edibles Of The World” is here! Those people who know me know that I enjoy foraging for free food. I believe that wild edibles are extremely nutritious and should be collected and consumed regularly by everyone. To ensure that people collect edible plants in a safe and responsible manner, I produced this film.