Loving triathlon and devoting my spare time to it doesn’t mean I’ve given up on other loves, like craft beer. It’s important to make multiple passions and hobbies work well together, and live in harmony. Pur Pak is an essential part of the balancing act, providing all sorts of healthy vitamins and minerals to make […]
Talk about a product that’s getting a lot of attention . . . for me it started small: I’d see a drink bottle at the end of the swimming pool lane, or a logo on a white cycling kit around Santa Monica, and now I’m witnessing for myself the difference that daily vitamins and mineral […]
If you had asked me what streaking meant a decade ago I would have rambled on about nudity and a “quad.” A few years ago I may have mentioned Will Ferrell and a funny scene from the movie “Wedding Crashers.” Today, I’m referencing Wikipedia, which defines a streak as a brief spell or continuous run […]
I had actually planned on never getting sick again, once I realized the positive effects that Pur Pak has been having on my health. But, as bullet-proof as I have been feeling, I suppose it had to happen eventually. Last week, I ended up with shingles. Shingles, caused by the chicken pox virus, effects people […]
Now that the year is 1/12 over, how are your resolutions holding up? Mine are…wobbly. Some days I am eating right, completing all of the training sessions that Coach Gerardo has given me, sleeping 8 hours, and getting work done. And, of course, some days I do none of those things. This is a good […]
As a proud Pur Pak ambassador, I couldn’t be happier to share my first impressions. I’ve been taking one serving daily for a month and noting the difference it’s made in my daily schedule. I Pak my days full with training for next triathlon season, working in a bike shop, modeling, blogging about beer, and […]
Written by Charles Bankhead “The risk of pancreatic cancer declined significantly as intake of antioxidants increased among participants in a large case-control study. The magnitude of risk reduction varied by the quantity and types of antioxidants but reached a maximum of 67% in people who had the greatest intake of vitamins C and E and […]
Written by Michael Johnsen “Researchers argue there is compelling evidence that the recommended dietary allowance of vitamin C should be raised to 200 mg per day for adults, up from its current levels of 75 mg for women and 90 mg for men in a recent report published inÂ Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition.