Author Archives: Marc Woodard

About Marc Woodard

As a fit healthy lifestyle author and consultant, retired corporate employee and retired Army officer, I've spent many years taking care of my career goals and financial security.  It is now my time to give something back to my community. Without a healthy mind, body and spirit it is really difficult to move forward to achieve great things in life. To share information is something everyone of us are capable of doing. And to share fitness and health related information with your children is the best thing you could do for them and your community. Saving the health of our nation one person at a time is our goal. Learn more about Marc Woodard @ LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/marc-woodard-94003930/ Good health to you and your family.

10 Practices That Result in Permanent Weight Loss

If you want to lose weight permanently and sustain ideal body weight throughout your life, learn how to target healthy lifestyle habits and behavioral change now. By using the “10 Practices That Result in Permanent Weight Loss” you can live the lifestyle you need, want, and deserve now. Find a daily activity that increases your metabolism 15-60 minutes a day and have fun doing it. Walking is the most natural form of aerobic activity we (more…)

Fibromyalgia Phantom Pain Diagnosis and Treatment

An unexplained pain disorder is commonly labeled as fibromyalgia. The worse thing about unexplained physical pain is the depression that comes with it and not knowing the cause of it and how to effectively alleviate, or remove the pain. In many fibromyalgia cases, mental health prescription drugs are often the treatment course. Fibromyalgia is not considered a mental illness disorder… however, it is considered a real disorder once medically substantiated through examination and lab protocol (more…)

Connected Disease Treatment, Diabetes, Gout, Kidney Stones

There are 3 diseases (diabetes, gout and kidney stones) that have a common lifestyle denominator. Depending on the uric acid concentrations in the blood, it is possible to experience all 3 at one time. The most common cause of elevated uric acid in the blood occurs from an unhealthy diet, sedentary habits and lack of proper water hydration.  Studies show if you have high uric acid concentrations in the blood you are more likely to experience (more…)