Some scary facts and statistics are the center focus of our most recent blogpost. As the American food industry continues to compete to serve the fastest, cheapest, "tastiest," and most-food-for-your-buck title, the loser of the whole fight is in fact US! The rates at which Americans are becoming sick and developing long term health ailments is startling to say the least. Ron is spreading the message that there is a direct correlation between this "competitive food" mentality and these historic levels of poor health we face today in America.
Ron is back to offer some subtle parenting advice for all you lovely mothers and fathers with "trendy, stylish" children. Ron is very worried about the messages and examples we are setting for our children. We hear so much about "style" and "fashion" but where are all the messages about health and fitness? Our culture has established some unfortunate role models. Ron wants to see change!
The amount of money being spent on health and fitness is incredible. A great example is United Healthcare spending millions of dollars on a new campus that features a multi-million dollar gym in which very few people actually use. Ron raises some interesting questions about even how society values working out. Has working out turned into a status symbol? "How nice is the gym you go to? What brand of running shoes do you wear?" Well Ron is sick of it! Fitness is about personal health and we all need to refocus on the core principle rather than the fluff on the side. Trust us, a $2500 treadmill is not a required to sweat.
What happens when you take fat, fry it in fat, and add some sugar on top? Well you get an odd concoction that people are sadly going nuts for. This new "food" at the Iowa State Fair has Ron quite concerned.
As the potential health risks from sodium continue to be found, Ron is here is give Boston Market a stamp of approval. While there are plenty of ways to continue improvement, Boston Market took a small step in helping highlight the risks of salt in your diet. It is disappointing to see the negative push-back Boston Market (and other health conscious brands) get when they make these sorts of efforts to make some helpful change.
Ron is back with the Top Ten List of things you will most likely die from. Not to surprise anyone, but the ones you should most fear are ones you have plenty of control over. Take a look and consider where you can improve your lifestyle to confront these risks.
Is sugar the new tobacco? The scary effects of refined sugar continue to come out these days. The fact is in the the US we do not really even realize how much processed sugar is around in our everyday food. Ron is here with a message, if you can remove refined sugar from your diet, achieving your fitness goals is not far away!
What do we need to know about preservatives? Do you really know what you are eating? Ron talks us through knowing how to look at food and better understand exactly what we are eating. With so many chemically engineered "foods" out there today, you really do need to pay attention to what you are putting in your body.
Ron is back with one of his students, Tom. Tom is here to provide some feedback on the experience he has had working with Ron on the Hanzo Ranch. Fitting a plan to a specific individuals lifestyle is essential to having a plan that actually translates to success. Tom talks through the insight he has gained and how he actively workouts with his hectic schedule.
Ron is back to share his thoughts on happiness and how nurturing happiness in your life is actually a really simple process. A grounded, all-encompassing spherical approach will greatly help you bring true joy to your life.
For over 25 years, Ron Morris has provided transformational change to people of all walks of life, including teenagers, college students, SWAT team members, world explorers, entrepreneurs, and professionals.
The Parkinson's Project explores simple but effective ways to restore balance and coordination. Ron has helped students take back control and a semblance of function-ability in their daily lives. Ron continues to develop on-going workshops and is excited to share his success with individuals with Parkinson's.