My firefighting helmet goes off to Gene Butcher of Detroit, Michigan for taking control of his health and saving his own life without a pick-head ax or the jaws of life but with a spoon and a fork. These were the only tools necessary to reverse his high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, high cholesterol,
More evidence that high fat foods impair cognitive function as well as physical performance. Everyone who wants to be the best you can be, take notice!!
August 13, 2009, 1:00 PM
Fatty Foods Affect Memory and Exercise By TARA PARKER-POPE
High-fat foods may have detrimental effects on muscle power and the brain.
Eating fatty food appears to take an almost immediate
Here’s a big E2 shout out to Jena from Virginia. She is an Engine 2 all-star
and decided she deserved to be healthy and went for E2 gold.
Way to go, Jena!!!
I hope you never get tired of people telling you how much this book
and way of eating has helped them. I’m almost 51 years old and
I receive many wonderful emails everyday from people who are doing the Engine 2 Diet and winning and succeeding in a big, big way!! Here is an email I recently received from a fellow firefighting brother in Lincoln, Nebraska.
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Greetings, brother, from a fellow IAFF member and Local 644 Vice-President!! I started the Engine2Diet
My father always says every time you eat a high fat meal of meat, dairy, and eggs you are injuring the silky smooth lining of your arteries called the endothelium and more specifically the endothelial cells (the life jackets that determine the health of your vessels). He always refers to the studies of Dr. Robert
Here is a fun and educational short video on a pill that could greatly enhance people’s endurance without having to do any exercise. In the meantime, continue to eat plant-strong and exercise daily!!!
Did you know that the number one cause of in-the-line-of-duty deaths for firefighters isn’t exposure to fire, but heart disease? Some people may be shocked to hear this, but as an active firefighter who is constantly being exposed to the culinary habits of firehouses, I find it far from shocking. In fact, as Spock would