Entries by Sarah Owens


Sarah Owens is creator of the popular blog http://www.Successhack.org, everything that has to do with peak performance for health and the mind. She has been a lover and researcher of holistic nutrition, subconscious therapies, and health for over 7 years. Sarah is the author of the popular E-book Peak Performance Nutrition, a book that you can now download for free on her site. She encourages everyone to use their own intuition to find what works for them for peak performance, health, and success.

The dish on fish: The dangerous toxins that could be lurking in your seafood

The dangers of seafood that you may not know about We all hear that seafood is great for us and we should incorporate it into our diets on a regular basis. What most of us don’t realize is that the… 0 Shares |

Just in time for the holidays, the best ingredients to make delicious gluten free and diabetic safe desserts

It’s finally the holiday season, the time of endless family dinners, holiday parties, and sugar laden desserts. If you are diabetic and/or gluten free, it may seem as if you are constantly being deprived of your favorite treats, however there… 0 Shares |

The top 6 energy enhancing super foods that will leave you buzzing

If you are like most people, you are experiencing an energy crisis. In a study published in the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, the prevalence of fatigue in the work place over a two week period of time in… 0 Shares |

Upgrade your brain and achieve peak performance with these top 8 tips

The human brain is absolutely incredible. It is estimated to contain upwards of 100 billion neurons and 100,000 miles of axoms- enough to encircle the earth four times. Experts have stated that over the course of a lifetime a human… 0 Shares |

Are you deficient in magnesium? 5 signs that you are deficient and how it’s impacting your health and energy levels.

Magnesium is a vital nutrient in the body that is needed for more than 300 different biochemical reactions in your body and is crucial for optimum health. Research studies have shown that magnesium can help prevent cardiac arrest, heart attack,… 0 Shares |

The top 10 ways to supercharge your brain

The human brain is nothing short of a miracle. According to Paul Reber, a professor of psychology at Northwestern University, our brain consists of approximately one billion neurons and can hold 2.5 petabytes of information, or the equivalent of 3,000,000… 0 Shares |