Going back to the beginning, over twenty years ago I was just beginning to get in shape with the high school track team. As I began to get in shape, I was amazed at how much better I felt. I was intrigued to learn more about how the human body worked and decided to start pre-med studies. There seemed to be a great disconnect between the studies of the human body and how fitness and healthy eating were related. Although I enjoyed college level course studies in Anatomy, Physiology, Nutrition, etc. there never seemed to be any real answers. After a long illness with no real answers from doctors, I read and researched everything I could. I kept an open mind about everything I read, but was not happy with the explanations. After slowly starting a change in diet, and returning to a regular exercise program, I started to resemble a healthy person again. After putting the quest for knowledge on the back burner while I pursued the goal of becoming a pro cyclist, I had to revisit it again as I had no answer for why my knee couldn’t respond to my training.
Another year of looking at heart disease and the underlying causes of it, and I am at the point where I am confident about the information in this webpage. I hope you find it interesting, enlightening, and can use some of the suggestions to help rebuild your own vascular system, and to go with the flow.