Jeff Kildahl is a writer, author, educator, researcher, and wellness consultant advancing preventive health care by synthesizing primary source nutrition and fitness as the principal components of the practice of medicine.
Kildahl is a sponsored vegan ultra-endurance athlete credentialed in bioenergetics, biomechanics, metabolic efficiency™ testing, sport nutrition, and natural medicine. He is a dynamic member of CUBE™ ~ a professional speakers group ~ empowering others to harmonize the "Keys to Living in the Song of Life."
He is the wellness editor at Snowshoe Magazine, United States Snowshoe Association columnist, and contributor to health, fitness and wellness sites, blogs and publications.
Kildahl is the creator and president of The Wholistic Edge® ~ a visionary firm providing synergistic solutions to transcend health, performance, and potential in life and sport from the inside out via the principles of Performance Medicine™ ~ http://thewholisticedge.com.
“It is the opposite side of the same thing.”
The transition to 2017 is an ideal time to make decisions and ditch resolutions and excuses.
It is the time to finally become accountable – no matter the level of your fear-based illusions.
Accountability for every thought, feeling, action, and result in your life is a daunting yet necessary pill to swallow.
If you do not accept responsibility for your circumstances you will misplace the keys to your mansion of wellness.
Wellness is about possibilities not pathology.
Wellness is about accountability.
‘Two roads diverged in a wood and I – I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference.’
Following represents musings from the trails with Minnesota-based prolific writer, author, and entrepreneur, Phillip Gary Smith, and one of a series of collaborative efforts in the spirit of health and sport.
“Endurance athletes require precision nutrition,” notes Dr. Jeff Kildahl, Wellness Editor of Snowshoe Magazine. In this article, he proudly presents metabolic efficiency concept for snowshoe and endurance athletes, an industry first.
Understand with this information, an athlete should exceed their current abilities, be healthier, perhaps even extend one’s life expectancy.
“How you do one thing is how you do anything.” ~Buddha
The current medical paradigm is not designed for anyone interested in optimal health. It even fails miserably as a system to treat symptoms.
The current medical model is a cash cow for pharmaceutical companies and practitioners hell-bent on camouflaging disease from the outside in. This costly model is clearly a losing proposition for everyone else.