Ours is a world riddled with disease, but that doesn’t mean we’re destined to catch any bug that comes along.
If we steel our immune systems like we’re preparing for battle, we can protect ourselves from just about anything.
The problem is, so much of what we’ve been taught about healthcare and preventative medicine has been skewed or lost in translation that many of us don’t even know where to start.
What should we be doing to boost our immune systems?
Is there anything we should avoid altogether?
As part of our 300-episode special, Fat Fueled Family’s Danny Vega returns to share how to become more resilient in the face of health threats.
As long as your body is allowed to regenerate itself cellularly, you’re going to be okay. -Jay Campbell
Three Curiosity-Driven Takeaways
- The #1 thing we tend to forget when thinking about our immune systems
Our physical health is undoubtedly important to our holistic wellbeing, but are we paying enough attention to our mental health?
- Why a routine might be causing us to plateau
We hear about the importance of routines all the time, but are we really doing ourselves any favors if that regimen sees us go from one section of the gym, to our cubicles at the office, and back again?
- How to get more intuitive with our health
It’s great that we have access to others’ research, but how much time are we dedicating to seeing what works for our own bodies?
Danny Vega is the co-founder of Fat Fueled Family, a podcast, blog and Youtube channel dedicated to helping families grow closer together through better health.
Danny has an impressive track record in the health and fitness space, having served as a collegiate Strength and Conditioning coordinator for years.
As a keto fan since 2016, today, Danny is passionate about helping others adapt to the lifestyle so they can live life to the fullest, every single day.
Danny is the co-author of the children’s book, Unexplainable Adventures.
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