Dr. Matt Chalmers, a health and wellness expert, author and speaker, has been named director of health and wellness for GameDay Global Brands, a manufacturer of wellness, performance and cannabis products and supplements created by professional athletes.

Published on Shefinds.com Sept 20, 2021 by Olivia Zavitson. While it may be easy to prioritize your waking priorities over rest, not getting enough sleep could have detrimental effects on your health. Especially if you’re on a weight loss journey, getting good quality sleep is necessary for seeing optimal results. However, “going to bed” is often easier said than done, as stress, diet, and life in general can make it hard to fall asleep and stay asleep, even if you’re absolutely exhausted when your head hits the pillow. Having specific goals in mind for cleaning up your sleep hygiene can be helpful when on a journey to improve sleep quality, so we asked Dr. Matt Chalmers, founder of Chalmers Wellness, how much sleep you should be getting...

News Posted on Shefinds.com - Oct 12, 2021 If you have fitness goals surrounding your stomach and back, there is no better use of your exercise time than these impactful 2-in-1 exercises that trainers can’t get enough of at home or in the gym. For strengthening the core, tightening the tummy and working two muscle groups at once, we love the plank modifications, as well as the other new moves that our health experts shared for this story. You’ll work new muscles you didn’t know existing, all the while toning up and building strength that will help to improve coordination and balance. Without further ado: Plank-Based Supermans “These are the best for the stomach and back fat,” Matt Chalmers, health and wellness professional, practicing do...

  Common misperceptions about nutrition, weight loss and supplements create obstacles to good health and wellness. It’s no secret that most Americans are still not eating well despite the plethora of information and resources available for people who want to maintain a healthy lifestyle and nutrition-based diet. Surprisingly, most people think they are actually adopting healthy eating habits despite ample evidence to the contrary. Approximately 69% of adults in the U.S. are either overweight or obese, and a study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention indicates more than 80% of people do not consume the minimum recommended amounts of fruit and vegetables. However, in a recent poll by NPR conducted with Truven Health Analytic...

Having digestive problems? Trying to lose weight? Not able to sleep? Experiencing back pain? Most people who have these ailments use one of a few standard types of treatments and, while they may experience some relief, the problems eventually return and persist over time. Dr. Matt Chalmers takes a different approach to solving health and wellness issues by finding the true source of the problem and then using a variety of holistic-based approaches to resolve the issues permanently. Dr. Chalmers is a health and wellness professional, practicing doctor, author and speaker who is an expert in the areas of long-term wellness, nutrition, women’s health, weight loss, athlete wellness and holistic healing. With a client list that includes profe...

The term “heart health” really refers to the entire cardiovascular system because if the “pipes,” your blood vessels, get clogged then the “pump,” your heart, will not work well. Too many people are letting their doctors just look at cholesterol levels and, in some way, thinking those levels have some sort of bearing on the overall health of your heart and cardiovascular system. Do not let your doctor take a blood test, see high cholesterol and put you on statins (medication for high cholesterol). This shows a great lack of understanding of how the body works. Before you make the choice to take a statin, at least have a calcium CT first and look for plaque. A blood test that doesn’t even look for plaque should not determine plaque drug c...