THE MORNING SHOW
Leading Health, Nutrition, and Personal Development Strategist as well as a Nature Based Philosopher
Topic: ReAct: ReAdaptive, Conditioning, Training
Reconnecting individuals with their intrinsic wild and sovereign nature, inspiring them to rise to the heights of their boundless potential, and empowering them with ancient and modern strategies for vigorous living!
Daniel Vitalis is a Leading Health, Nutrition, and Personal Development Strategist.
Encouraging us to “ReWild Ourselves”, Daniel teaches that Invincible Health is produced by a life aligned with our biological design.
His entertaining, motivational and magnetic delivery style has made him an in-demand public speaker in North America and abroad.
He is the creator of FindASpring.com, a resource helping people find fresh, clean, wild water wherever they live, and the founder of SurThrival.com, a brand pioneering the ReWilding lifestyle.
-Daniel came up with a pancake recipe using colostrum; imagine that!
-Measuring time: City time vs. natural time
-Can we eat ourselves to good health? No, not without movement
-The top reasons to use colostrum
-Programming our epigenetics and passing it on to the next generation
-Using sophisticated movements to grow our brain; Daniel discusses urban freerunning and movenat
-What’s usually causing you pain is lack of movement; Daniel explains
-Squatting to eliminate is the best way to empty the bowel
-All food can do is bring you to a balanced state, not a fit state
-Creating movement dysfunction by working isolated muscles; how do you build muscle without lifting weights?
-What is martial arts good for really?
-What about yoga? Is it a good choice for fitness? Daniel talks the history of yoga and the benefits
-The importance of consuming connective tissue; Daniel talks about Elk velvet
-What does Daniel think of Great Lakes Gelatin?
-Does colostrum affect the production of insulin?
-How effective is pine pollen tincture for perimenopause and menopause?
-Daniel elaborates on the importance of knowing the source of any information found on the internet
-How does the studying the Rewilding movement practices, such as MoveNat or Parkour, different from studying martial arts like Krav Maga? Does studying martial arts give the same benefits, such as agility, improved range of motion, with the practical benefit of self-defense?
rewilding and movement with daniel vitalis, november 24, 2014, hour one