The 8 Pillars of Health I for Immune System

The key to being healthy is having an Immune System that’s able to recognize pathogens, recognize bacteria, recognize viruses, fungi, whatever it might be, and eliminate them. Jonathan Hunsaker: Welcome, everyone. Jonathan Hunsaker here with Organixx. Thanks for joining me. And I’m joined by my good friend and business partner, Ty Bollinger. Ty Bollinger: What’s up, bro? Jonathan Hunsaker: What’s up? Listen, we’re filming a series here, talking about the eight pillars of health, and we’re talking about INSPIRED, which is the acronym that represents the eight pillars of health. Today, we’re talking about the second I in INSPIRED, which is your Immune System.


The 8 Pillars of Health P for Physical Exercise

I used to be big into bodybuilding, so physical exercise has always been huge with me, but it needs to be the right kind of physical exercise. Jonathan Hunsaker: Welcome, everyone. Jonathan Hunsaker here with Organixx, once again, with my good friend and business partner, Ty Bollinger. Ty Bollinger: I’ll have to do the handshake a little different this time. Jonathan Hunsaker: We have to change it up, right? Ty Bollinger: You’ve got to have some fun. Jonathan Hunsaker: Keeping it interesting. Listen, we’re doing a whole series of videos, talking about the eight pillars of health, which is represented by the acronym INSPIRED. Today’s letter is P.

The 8 Pillars of Health – S for Supplements

 

You can be eating 100% organic non-GMO foods all the time, but unless you’re consciously trying to rotate what you eat and think outside the box and go eat things that you’re not used to, most likely, you’re not getting the proper supply of all the vitamins and minerals that you need to be healthy.

The 8 Pillars of Health – N for Nutrition

 

Nutrition is right up there at the top of what causes you to be healthy. The food choices matter. The timing of when you eat matters. Just the whole gamut revolving around nutrition, it does affect your health. Jonathan Hunsaker: Welcome, everyone. Jonathan Hunsaker here with my good friend and business partner, Ty Bollinger. Ty Bollinger: What’s up, brother? Jonathan Hunsaker: What’s up, man? Listen, we’re filming a whole series of videos for you, talking about INSPIRED, which is the eight pillars of health.

The 8 Pillars of Health-Inflammation

We’re doing a whole series about INSPIRED, and the acronym of INSPIRED, and we’re just going to go letter by letter. And so, this is our very first one. Let’s talk about the first letter in INSPIRED, Inflammation. Jonathan Hunsaker here with Organixx, and I’m joined by my good friend and business partner, Ty Bollinger.

Your Brain on Sleep Deprivation

We've all heard that eight hours of sleep per night rule but this report isn't going to write itself and besides, a little sleep deprivation never hurt anybody. Wha-ho! Whoa. Okay, so wow! Okay, that is not good. I'm Shannon and I'm a Ph.D. neuroscience candidate and this is your brain on sleep deprivation. Though I may stay up late to finish a big paper do I actually have the mental ability to think coherently while sleep deprived? (laughs) Science suggests that sleep deprivation majorly reduces cognitive performance, especially memory, being alert, paying attention, performing tasks, and memory.


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