Three Things To Know From Markus Rothkranz

Standing vs Sitting: Sitting is the New Smoking

Markus Rothcranz talks about the value of being on your feet, for, in case you didn’t know, a sedentary lifestyle is linked to all kinds of health problems, and Markus believes that if you value your life, you’ll get up and move around, since the body is actually made of half legs, right?

If you do value your life, you’ll pay attention to recent studies that say that sitting is just as damaging to one’s health as other known health risks. It seems that many people sit all day long, from being asleep (lying down, nonetheless) to being in the car to go to work, to being in the easy chair at night, watching TV.

These things are not good, for your body needs to use the muscles required to stand or even to walk or run for the better good of your overall health. You’re sure to appreciate how simple it is to stand up at your desk and do some squats, or to invest in a standing desk that can be used so you can stand while working.

Markus actually has a desk that he puts a treadmill in front of, and he challenges you to do the same. Instead of sitting all day long, and risking your health, you can stand at your desk, exercising much-needed muscles. You can also make sure to get plenty of outdoor exercise, too, such as walking, running, gardening, or even indoor exercise like cleaning the house, which burns calories and makes you feel better.

What you probably don’t know about Vitamin B12- Markus Rothkranz

Vitamin B12 is an essential vitamin that you might not think about the body needing until it’s depleted. This is a vitamin that gives you energy through the day. Some people are told that if there isn’t enough B12 in the body that it can lead to brain damage. This is often not the case because if it were true, then there would be numerous more people in hospitals because of a B12 deficiency. B12 is a vitamin that is stored in the liver. If the levels of the vitamin drop, you’ll be able to tell because you will feel tired. This is basically bacteria poop. When you eat a berry off of a berry bush, it’s the dirt that is on the berry that creates the B12. Just because you aren’t getting the dirt and bacteria from living things doesn’t mean that you’re not getting B12.

There are about 60 percent of Americans who don’t have enough B12. Meat is a big source of B12. You’ll find the vitamin in nutritional yeast and produce that you get in the store. The vitamin likes fiber so that it can grow. The main question if you are low on B12 is what is causing it to deplete the vitamin. The first place to look is the stomach. The vitamin is dependent on acid production. If there isn’t enough acid in the stomach, then it will deplete the levels of the vitamin in the body. Sugars can sometimes deplete the levels of the acid in the stomach, which will deplete the B12 levels. Add more acids to the diet, such as sea salt and bitter greens. A teaspoon of apple cider vinegar is ideal each day to maintain the stomach acid in the body.

h1>Germany- a World Leader in Solar, Wind and Health

Germany is one of the most technological countries in the entire world. They have no slums, no gangs and a female leader running the country. They have zero population growth, freeways with no speed limits, and lots of chocolate. They have everything in luxury quality and castles that are hundreds of years old. There is more green there than there are towns or buildings. They sell preserved jars of weeds in their train stations! Germany is a leading country in alternative energy, and have windmills everywhere. They energy they produce are mind staggering. Stinging nettle is everywhere, which is a very powerful herb. To Germans, it’s almost second nature to use the wild plants that are spread across the country. Germans are really in touch with nature and love to be a part of it. When you go to a fancy restaurant, you will see wild weeds like dandelions on their menu, even on train stations. Almost all the houses have solar panels, even though it is not a sunny country. They are the number one user of solar power in the world. The most popular vehicle in Germany is a bicycle, not a car. This saves energy and keeps them a lot healthier than the rest of the world. Roof tops are even used to grow food if they’re flat. If they are slanted, they have solar panels. Everything from durian to dragon fruit can be found there. All cities have farmers markets, and a lot of Germans grow their own foods, for free. Free food and medicine, all within their backyard. Germans love nature and they try to live in harmony with it as much as possible. Germans are not cold, they are just not into the superficial. They are into the things that matter in life.

Why Afternoon Jogging/Exercise Won’t Burn Fat

Shedding stored fat is something a lot of people struggle with. Is there really any reason to struggle with fat burning? One common reason people have a tough time burning off fat is their exercise sessions focus on burning food and not fat. Markus Rothkranz published an insightful video on YouTube that discussed the proverbial elephant in the room: people who jog and exercise regularly are only burning food. They are not burning up stored fat. Sure, burning up recently eaten food is necessary to get to all that stored fat but a calorie deficit is necessary for any results to be attained.

A person who eats an extra 1,500 calories per day who burns up 400 calories from jogging ends up eating 1,200 extra calories per day. Stored fat ends up being saved and stored. Rothkranz points out the body does not want to burn up stored fat since stored fat is intended for emergencies. Stored fat helps keep people from starving when they don’t have food. The video reveals a very important fact. Early humans did not eat each and every day. They were hunter-gatherers and food was not always easy to locate. Stored fat helped them during the lean times.

Anyone interested in targeting fat may wish to keep on jogging and exercising, but do so with a properly targeted time of the day in mind. Afternoon jogging is going to burn off lunch and breakfast. That is okay, but not optimal. A better plan, as Rothkranz suggests, would be to perform morning, fasted cardio.

The way fasted cardio works is exercise is performed in the morning on an empty stomach. That’s it. Since there is no food in the stomach, the body works on targeted stored fat for energy. This means stored fat calories end up being burned.

Rothkranz reveals an open secret about early morning fasted cardio. A great many models and bodybuilders employ the strategy. They do so for one reason. They experience very positive results. Granted, results do vary from person to person but a lot of people speak highly about this type of cardio work.

Markus Rothkranz Recipe Recap: Easy Vegan Crepes

In his most recent video, lifestyle guru and motivational speaker Markus Rothkranz gives viewers another healthy recipe. This time, his partner Cara Brotman describes how to make healthy raw vegan crepes that do not use eggs. This video is part of her “Cara Cooks” series. She came up with the recipe because Markus misses eating crepes now that he is on a raw vegan diet.

The ingredients you need to make these are coconut meat, cashews, strawberries, maple syrup, and vanilla. Cara adds the coconut meat, vanilla, coconut water, and sweetener to the blender. She says it should be a thin consistency. Cara then pours the mixture out onto a dehydrator sheet and spreads it out into a thin circle with a flat spatula. It then goes in the dehydrator for an hour. She then takes out the crepe, flips it over, and dehydrates it for another hour. The crepe is very thin and delicate.

Cara then makes “whipped cream” by blending cashews, vanilla, coconut water, and maple syrup. Next she puts some sliced strawberries (and says you can use whatever fruits you like) on top of the crepe. Then she rolls up the crepe around the berries. Cara also puts some extra sliced strawberries and the whipped cashew cream onto the plate next to the crepe. She says she wishes she had made raspberry sauce to drizzle on top to make it look pretty. She takes a bite of the crepe and says it looks, smells, and tastes just like a regular crepe.