Jorg Mardian

Jorg Mardian
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I am a Certified Fitness Trainer, Kinesiology Specialist, Myoskeletal Therapist and Registered Nutritionist. My writing will focus on nutrition, fitness and pain therapy.
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If you're like many and searching for that ultra effective workout through various sources, you may end up on the wrong side of confusion. Perhaps you read a book which states the best way to work out. Maybe a recent magazine article told you something else, or what about the trainer ...
What is Transient Global Amnesia? According to the Lancet.com, this condition is "one of the most striking syndromes in clinical neurology." Its key defining characteristic, though temporary, is an abrupt onset of anterograde and retrograde amnesia, and in many respects, the patient m...
When we think of Bruce Lee, what comes to mind is a uniquely special martial artist who was on top of his game compared to his contemporaries. In other words, his combat methods were far away superior to other practitioners, and there’s a good reason why.
For good health, everything should be practiced in moderation, especially drinking coffee. But for millions, the drinking of this dark caffeine enriched liquid is an entrenched morning ritual. The coffee of choice in Canada comes in a dark brown cup with two bright red words pasted on...
It's predicted that sometime soon in our future, cancer will strike one out of every two people. The reason for this has become starkly obvious - most degenerative disease is a product of our modern refined and chemically dependent food supply. It's the number one reason for our curre...
There's more than meets the eye to weight loss. Too much, too little, or the wrong type of foods can adversely affect how your metabolisms operates. Instead of excuses, think about what you eat, using sound holistic principles, to lose weight consistently.
According to life expectancy statistics, we're living longer than any time in history. In fact, in less than a century, approximately 30 years seem to have been added to our collective life spans. This creation of old age is said to be the most important adaptive change the human spec...
Let's talk frankly about a subject causing a great deal of concern with health professionals today, namely childhood obesity. According to Statistics Canada, the percentage of Canadian children and adolescents who are overweight or obese has climbed from 15% in 1979, to 26% in 2004.
The news is in and it's not pretty. It seems that cozy and upholstered chair at home or place of work, may be bad for us. Yes, even the height adjusted and ergonomic variety has not escaped the scrutiny of modern science.
A diet that has been floated about in the USA since February 2008, but has been available in Canada for 10 years and in Europe for 20 years is called the "Ideal Protein Diet." It was developed by a French doctor, Dr Tran Tien Chanh, initially intended for French Olympic athletes, allo...
When you want to lose weight, a very low-calorie diet often seems to be the most attractive approach. After all, the faster you lose weight the better, right? Not a chance. Low calorie diets, especially those under 1200 calories a day are at best short-lived attempts at dieting, and a...
One of the biggest concerns of women is that they eat emotionally. In other words, there are times in the life of women when all they think about is food, and that desire for a particular food becomes so intense that great lengths are taken to satisfy their cravings.
It’s surprising how outdated some training methods still are today, what with all the new advances in techniques. Gyms usually have rows of machines, but this type of training lends itself to slow muscle building, not rapid fat loss. The average person hopes a brisk walk on the trea...
Adding some spice to your foods may do more than add some kickin’ flavour, they may also give a subtle boost to your metabolism. New research indicates that spices, including tumeric and cinnamon, may help in the fight to lose excess body weight.
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