Self-relaxation is quite simple. All we do is get as comfortable as possible, breathe with awareness, and relax our bodies…
The cold and darkness of winter urges us to slow down. This is the time of year to reflect on our health, replenish our energy, and conserve our strength.
Middleway Method recommends that everyone with physician’s approval engages in regular cardiovascular exercise for your whole life starting today. Even if you experience movement limitations due to age, injury, disability, or disease, it is often still possible to find movements that you can do to bring your heart rate up without causing problems.
This is Part 6 in the Nutrition series. Part 1 : Self-Awareness Part 2: Processed Foods Part 3: Carbohydrates Part 4: Fat Part 5: Protein…
Our bodies are made mostly of water and protein. Whereas carbohydrates provide us with energy, protein provides us with structure and function.
The low-fat, low-calorie craze that has been ongoing for decades is one of the most misguided and detrimental fads in the history of popular nutrition.
Carbohydrates are our main source of energy for life. They are the single most important nutrient in the human diet.
A processed food is one that has been chemically or mechanically altered in such a way that part of the food has been removed.
The goal of proper nutrition from a Middleway Method perspective is to eat well so that we have the time and energy to take care of others.
We all know that water is fundamental to life, that we are made mostly of water, and that without it…