5 Keys for Optimal Health…

Getting nutrition dialed in is a big deal.

But I want to cover 5 things I recommend for optimal health that have nothing to do with nutrition.

You may be doing some of these already.

I just recommend making all 5 a priority for maximum results.

1. Vitamin D and Sun Exposure

Proper vitamin D levels are crucial for health. You want to get the right amount. Too little, and you won’t get the proper amount of vitamin D. Too much, and it can prematurely age your skin.

I recommend an app called DMinder to tell you when you have been in the sun long enough to get optimal amounts of vitamin D.

Cover your face once you get enough, wear a sunhat, etc.

2. Quality Sleep

A good tip for quality sleep is to get sun exposure first thing in the morning. It helps reset your circadian rhythm.

Limit your caffeine intake to 2 cups of coffee per day and 1 glass of Octane. You don’t want to go much higher than that because it will interfere with your sleep.

Make sure your room has a black-out setup and a cool temperature (I like 62-66 degrees).

Avoid alcohol and weed before bedtime.

I also like the idea of a “reverse alarm.” I always wind up staying up too late, so I am setting an alarm for when I should go to bed. Tying to improve a bit here.

3. Walk as Much As Possible

Our bodies are designed to walk A LOT. Our hunter-gatherer ancestors walked an average of 16,000 steps a day. You don’t have to go that high, but I really recommend the range of 8,000-12,000.

I know some days you won’t be able to hit 12,000… But seriously try to get at least 8,000. Then maybe hit 15,000+ once per week when your schedule isn’t as busy.

You are looking at 60-90 minutes per day.

4. Natural Deodorants, Soaps, Shampoos, and Conditioners

A lot of people don’t pay attention to the stuff they put on their skin and hair.

This is a mistake because these chemicals can disrupt your normal hormone function. How f*cking lame would it be that the reason you can’t lose that last bit of body fat is due to your deodorant?

It’s hard to know what effect these chemicals are having, so why risk it?

You can get natural alternatives to all these chemical-based products in places like Whole Foods or on Amazon, etc.

Maybe I should make a blog post on the natural products I use.

5. Conscious Breathing and Meditation

This will be the tip that people will most likely skim or dismiss.

I get it. I used to be EXTREMELY skeptical of this stuff but listened to a mentor. I promised I would give it a try and it has made a profound difference in my life.

It reduces stress and anxiety.

We have this low level of anxiety due to the bombardment of distractions from our devices, social media, etc. This is a reset of your brain. It gets your brain ready to produce and be creative. Do this before your important tasks for the day, and you will f*ckn crush it.

Start with 5-10 minutes each day.

I know you think you are losing time by doing this instead of getting right to work, but I bet you wind up getting 2-3X more accomplished.

A lot of health complications come from high amounts of chronic stress and repression. So not only is this good for your mind, it is good for your body too.

Get these two audiobooks.

Also, my mentor uses an easy-to-remember breathing style for 20 minutes at a time to create a high-conscious state.

Simply breathe 3-5 seconds in through the nose and 3-5 seconds out through the nose with no pauses.

I also recommend Kino Mojo.

Men’s testosterone levels are down 30%+ since the 80s.

Kino Mojo boosts testosterone while simultaneously fighting the high levels of xenoestrogens we are all getting exposed to now since it’s impossible to avoid 100%.

You will feel a difference in the first week, and testosterone continues to improve more and more over a 12-week period.

Another big recommendation is Kino Nitro.

*Nitro is especially useful for guys who spend a lot of time in the sun (trying to get that vitamin D).

This supplement not only improves blood flow, but it also has antioxidants that fight free radicals that cause sun damage.

So your skin doesn’t age as quickly.

You can get both supplements packaged together…

The Mojo Stack

Having higher T levels really gives you an advantage in almost every aspect of life…

And better blood flow gives you an advantage in the gym and bedroom.

Who wouldn’t want that?

Talk Soon,

Greg O’Gallagher

I’ve helped clients increase T levels naturally by as much as 300+ points following a simple protocol and I am now sharing this in a FREE report “10 Steps to Higher Testosterone”

*You will also get FREE access to the daily Kinobody Newsletter – My best tips for getting a chiseled Movie Star physique. In the past, this has only been available to buyers of my supplements and premium courses.