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What does it really mean to be a man?

What does it really mean to be a man?

What does it mean to be a man? I have asked myself that question many times over my life. Without fail, I find there is no single answer but a complexity of ideas. Being a man is more than just having the anatomical structure of one. To get to the answer to...

Why can’t I stop eating unhealthy foods?

Dr. Michele and I are routinely asked the question: “Why can’t I stop eating unhealthy foods?” I have searched and searched for one clear-cut answer and have realized there are are many cultural, psychological, social, physical, and emotional factors...

Does divine healing still happen today?

Does healing really happen in our world today? This may seem like an overly ambiguous question. However, this is a question I have been pondering for quite some time. Let me put context to the types of healing found in this post. Healing is described as that which...

How to Get in Shape (and Stay in Shape)

A common statement I hear in the clinic is “I have lost the same 40 pounds year after year for years”. Much to my lack of understanding it still remains the standard that no one will ever tell you that you are over weight (for lack of offense or...

How to Overcome Emotional Eating Habits

​The fallout after the death of a loved one can be extreme on our emotional behavior. Many have turned to alcohol or drugs to minimize the sting of death and loss. One thing that doesn’t get discussed enough is the emotional draw to food.​ When Food Becomes Our...

How to Embrace Change in Your Life

Ultimately, I think we would all agree that change, for the better, would be a worthy goal for each of us. While pondering this topic, I thought of the lyrics to one of the most famous songs in the world. These are the lyrics, in part, from the song, “The Man in...

How to Get and Stay Well: A Protocol that Works

To get and stay well ONLY happens when your desire outweighs your excuses on why you can’t. Many suffer from “chronic excuse syndrome”. What is it? A constant verbalization of why we cannot get and stay well. Someone once said, “if you say you...

How To Avoid the Mid-Morning Energy Crash

To start a day, a race, a journey, a new venture, or a business from far behind the pack is not only unwise but brings great stress. Doesn’t it feel better to be out front? Let’s take this concept of starting correctly and apply it to our lifestyle. Many...

8 Tips for Ongoing Weight Management

Whether you have met your goal weight or still working towards it, one of the biggest fears people have is keeping the weight off. So, let me share a few tips that will help you with ongoing weight management. Good news is, it is probably easier than you think. 1....

The Sherwood Breakfast Routine

There has been much debate on whether or not to eat breakfast, and finally exactly what to eat during breakfast. First, let’s define exactly the word breakfast. It is actually broken down into two words that are jammed together, break and fast. Simply put,...

Dr. Michele’s (Unexpected) Story

When most think of heroes and best friends, ideas may come to mind of a father, spiritual leader, or distant role model. However, in my case I think of my wife, Michele. Mistakenly, some believe we were blessed with a “silver spoon” life. However, that...

Intermittent Fasting: How to Reset Your Metabolism

Resetting your metabolism is an often discussed topic with a variety of opinions. However, there is one surefire way to fire up your metabolism that works every time without fail. It is found in utilizing the concept of intermittent fasting. The “Fed...

Our Favorite Protein Shake

Drinking a high quality protein shake every day is a great way to pursue wellness. Our favorite protein shake tastes good and is very nutrient-dense.  Dr. Michele even says it is better than Braum’s ice cream! (We’ll let you decide for yourself.)...

Core Four Nutritional Supplements

Many have attended our classes and explanation of what we call the “core four supplements”. When we speak of optimizing mitochondrial function and preservation of the cell health, these are absolutely critical. The core four are as follows: B complex,...

13 Rules of Gym Etiquette​

I remember in times past upon entering a new gym and signing membership papers, I was given a set of rules in which I was expected to obey. The rules outlined expected behavior while utilizing the facility. Many times, these rules were known as gym etiquette. These...

5 Ways to Take Your Life to the Next Level

What exactly is the mystical “next level?” It seems to be a place where most want to get at some point in life. In reality, it means constant challenge, commitment, and the willingness to get up after being knocked down. If you are one that truly desires...

From 300 Pounds to 170 Pounds – Kelly’s Weight Loss Journey

Kelly had struggled over the course of several years with his weight after having back and neck surgery. Unable to do much in the way of exercise and on required medications through the VA (18-year Army combat veteran), he was left increasingly frustrated as he...

Sherwood Secrets to Staying Lean

Many ask us how we stay so lean and in good shape for people our age. The calendar actually tells our age, but we feel much younger. So we want to give you some of our top secrets to staying lean. In reality, they are not secrets at all but well-known truths that have...

Jane’s Weight Loss Dilemma & Unexpected Discovery

Jane (38) is the mother of two beautiful children, ages six and eight. Her schedule is overly busy with homeschool and house manager duties. Her husband, Tom, travels a lot, sometimes gone for 2 weeks at a time, and supports the family extremely well financially. She...

Paul’s Wellness Journey & Miracle

When I first met Paul, we connected immediately. We have similar ages and backgrounds. Paul was struggling though with the following documented medical conditions: sleep apnea, type two diabetes, hypertension, depression, and chronic fatigue syndrome. Additionally, he...