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  • Nine fats to include in a healthy diet

    Diet and Weight Loss News -- ScienceDaily
    17 Sep 2014 | 2:30 pm
    Fats are often considered the enemy of good nutrition, but when included in a healthy diet they can boast several potential health benefits. Fatty acids and nutritional oils may benefit cognition, weight management, heart health, eye and brain development, and even mood.
  • 5 Tips to Eat Superfoods without Gaining Weight

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    Mark Dilworth - Her Fitness Hut
    5 Sep 2014 | 12:18 am
    Eating “the superfoods” will not necessarily guard against you gaining weight.   How much you eat and how much you move during the day still matters. Here are 5 ways to keep the weight gain away: 1. If you maintain a... (Visited 145 times, 23 visits today) The post 5 Tips to Eat Superfoods without Gaining Weight appeared first on Her Fitness Hut.
  • How Squats Build Muscle, Burn Fat and Boost Metabolism

    My Fitness Hut: Build Muscle, Burn Fat, Boost Metabolism, Lose Weight
    10 Sep 2014 | 1:31 pm
    Some form of squat exercise should be a part of every strength workout you do. The squat will help you build more muscle, burn more fat and speed up your metabolism. The squat will not injure you if you do the exercise correctly.Learn how to do the barbell squat exercise to prevent injury.There is probably no other exercise that has a greater impact on your body's musclebuilding, metabolism and energy expenditure. Why? Because the squat is a total body movement exercise.This means your legs (especially quadriceps, hamstrings and glutes), abdominals and lower back are…
  • How to Eat Less Salt, Sugars and Unhealthy Fats

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    Mark Dilworth - Her Fitness Hut
    9 Sep 2014 | 3:12 am
    Do you always know what’s in the food you’re eating? If you have been eating too much salt, sugars and unhealthy fats for a long period, you are likely experiencing health problems. Do you know how to read the food... (Visited 33 times, 3 visits today) The post How to Eat Less Salt, Sugars and Unhealthy Fats appeared first on Her Fitness Hut.
  • Feeling Lousy

    Escape from Obesity
    Lyn
    13 Sep 2014 | 7:50 pm
    I cannot believe I am still sick. I think the head cold turned into a sinus infection. Bah, not good. My daughter caught it too. We spent today laying around the living room and taking naps. Zero energy.So that's two weeks sick, and I am going to the doctor this week if I am not improving. I haven't blogged because what good are a bunch of posts saying "yeah I am still sick, don't feel like blogging"? But I will update what I can and hope for something better next week.What I weighed on Sept 1: 226What I weighed a couple days later, still 100% AIP, but sick: 229 What I weigh now: I…
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    Diet and Weight Loss News -- ScienceDaily

  • Kids eat better if their parents went to college

    18 Sep 2014 | 7:16 am
    Children of college-educated parents eat more vegetables and drink less sugar, according to a new study. But it's still not enough, the study goes on to say, as all kids are falling short when it comes to eating healthier at school. The research suggests a parent's educational attainment, an indicator of socioeconomic status, may inform a child's diet.
  • Nine fats to include in a healthy diet

    17 Sep 2014 | 2:30 pm
    Fats are often considered the enemy of good nutrition, but when included in a healthy diet they can boast several potential health benefits. Fatty acids and nutritional oils may benefit cognition, weight management, heart health, eye and brain development, and even mood.
  • Asian Americans lower insulin resistance on traditional diet

    17 Sep 2014 | 12:19 pm
    Asian Americans have been shown to lower insulin resistance on a traditional diet, researchers report. One part of this puzzle may lie in the transition from traditional high-fiber, low-fat Asian diets to current westernized diets, which may pose extra risks for those of Asian heritage, says the senior author of the study.
  • Reduced energy density in foods can create healthier food environment, may help to reduce obesity

    17 Sep 2014 | 10:16 am
    An official position statement pointing to the pervasive availability of foods high in energy density as a contributing factor for weight gain and obesity has been released by the Obesity Society. As detailed in the position statement, a diet reduced in energy density can accommodate a wide range of eating patterns, and can support a lifestyle that includes a healthy, well-balanced diet for weight management.
  • Certain gut bacteria may induce metabolic changes following exposure to artificial sweeteners

    17 Sep 2014 | 10:16 am
    Artificial sweeteners have long been promoted as diet and health aids. But breaking research shows that these products may be leading to the very diseases they were said to help prevent: scientists have discovered that, after exposure to artificial sweeteners, our gut bacteria may be triggering harmful metabolic changes.
 
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    Diets in Review Blog

  • This Simple Math Equation Will Keep You Hydrated During a Sweat Sesh

    Elizabeth
    19 Sep 2014 | 8:19 am
    “If you’re thirsty, you’re already dehydrated.” This nugget of knowledge came from my swim coach when he explained to us the importance of staying hydrated at a meet. Coach was on the right track, but not 100 percent correct. Thirst is a good indicator that you should grab a drink, but doesn’t necessarily mean you’re [...]
  • “I Will What I Want.” The Powerful Statement Behind Under Armour’s New Campaign

    Elizabeth
    18 Sep 2014 | 7:32 am
    Under Armour’s commercials traditionally focus on the gritty, tough side of athleticism, sending the message that wearing their products will turn you into some muscled, gruff super-athlete. With its new women’s campaign, however, Under Armour is taking a different approach. The campaign began with an ad featuring ballerina Misty Copeland. A pioneer in her field, [...]
  • Retrain Your Brain to Actually Enjoy Eating Healthy Food

    Katie McGrath
    16 Sep 2014 | 5:00 am
    We all know eating salad is better than eating candy bars, but you can’t control which foods you actually enjoy eating…or can you? This new study brings new meaning to brain food. Shape Magazine recapped a recent study published by Nutrition & Diabetes explaining that it may be possible to neurologically reprogram your brain to prefer [...]
  • Fall for Kale and White Bean Stuffed Sweet Potatoes for Dinner

    Katie McGrath
    15 Sep 2014 | 9:16 am
    As fall approaches, I can’t get enough of nutrient dense root vegetables. Most notably: the sweet potato. While some prefer variety in their diet, I could eat some form of sweet potato every day: mashed for breakfast, fried for lunch, and stuffed for dinner. Stuffed sweet potato, you ask? Yes. My multiple experiments in the [...]
  • You Can be All About that Bass and the Treble, too

    Cat Poland
    15 Sep 2014 | 5:00 am
    Back in the day, I was a size four. And standing at 5’ 10”, that made me what some might call a “skinny b*tch,” or at least that’s the term Meghan Trainor uses in her smash pop hit, All About that Bass. There was a time I felt kind of sorry for poor, skinny me. [...]
 
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    Diet and Weight Loss News

  • Can binge eating cured by a supplement of oestrogen?

    27 Aug 2014 | 10:07 am
    When oestrogen is high, binge eating is prevented, but when oestrogen is low, binge eating becomes more frequent. Women who have irregular menstrual cycles tend to be more likely to binge... Foods that actually help to speed up your metabolism: http://dietweightlossnews.blogspot.com/2011/05/foods-that-actually-help-to-speed-up.html
  • Children of obese parents are most at risk of becoming obese.

    28 Mar 2013 | 4:44 am
    The study is based on data from a population-based cohort of 2,269 children aged between eight and eleven years old. These findings are important because they confirm that in children genes play a... Foods that actually help to speed up your metabolism: http://dietweightlossnews.blogspot.com/2011/05/foods-that-actually-help-to-speed-up.html
  • Nuts good for your weight and heart

    14 Apr 2012 | 6:17 am
    Eating nuts lowers the risk of developing heart disease, type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome. Those who consumed varieties such as cashews, almonds, and pistachios demonstrated a lower body... Foods that actually help to speed up your metabolism: http://dietweightlossnews.blogspot.com/2011/05/foods-that-actually-help-to-speed-up.html
  • Sleeping pills significantly raise the risk of dying

    28 Feb 2012 | 10:31 am
    The study found people who took 18 sleeping pills or fewer per year had more than 3.5 times higher a risk for death than those who didn't take any sleeping pills. What's more, people taking more than... Foods that actually help to speed up your metabolism: http://dietweightlossnews.blogspot.com/2011/05/foods-that-actually-help-to-speed-up.html
  • Raspberry Ketone Plus will help you burn fat faster

    8 Feb 2012 | 5:37 am
    On the TV show called 'Fat Busting Metabolism Boosters' hosted by the popular dr. Oz, there was a person who had lost a lot of weight as a result of using Raspberry Ketone Plus. What... Foods that actually help to speed up your metabolism: http://dietweightlossnews.blogspot.com/2011/05/foods-that-actually-help-to-speed-up.html
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    CNN.com - Top Stories

  • Report: Russia sends convoy to Ukraine

    19 Sep 2014 | 10:33 pm
    `A third Russian humanitarian-aid convoy crossed the Ukrainian border Saturday and is moving to an unspecified destination in southeastern Ukraine, Russia's state-run Itar-Tass reported.
  • Shonda Rhimes' Twitter firestorm

    19 Sep 2014 | 10:13 pm
    Call Shonda Rhimes an "angry black woman" if you want, but be prepared for the response.
  • 'Meet you at beef.spoon.crush'

    19 Sep 2014 | 9:53 pm
    "I'm here, where are you?"
  • Spacecraft to arrive at Mars

    19 Sep 2014 | 9:27 pm
    NASA says its latest Mars-exploring spacecraft is on track to fire up its thrusters and enter orbit this Sunday night, completing a 10-month journey of 442 million miles.
  • Area evacuated, suspect caught

    19 Sep 2014 | 9:13 pm
    A man jumped the fence at the White House late Friday and made it through the North Portico doors into the building before he was captured, Secret Service spokesman Brian Leary told CNN.
 
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    3 Fat Chicks on a Diet Weight Loss Community

  • The Plus Side - New Look for Full-Figured Fashion

    Mountain Mamma
    19 Sep 2014 | 9:20 pm
    http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/20.../bigger-better Worth reading. Especially: -the point that until the 1960's women's 'ideal' body shape was "curvy and feminine". -a former plus-sized model quoted that size 8 models would wear body padding for ad shoots. !!! -well-known designers who produce plus-size fashions - anonymously -Macy's using size 12 models to sell clothing to size 24 women (sure that's not restricted to Macy's.) -the effect of bloggers! Your comments please!!
  • Lunch help!!!

    Samklig
    19 Sep 2014 | 8:10 pm
    Okay ladies and gents... I need help with lunch ideas! I am an ABA therapist- I travel from client to client all day and can only eat lunch in the car. So therefor, my lunch must be: 1. Able to be eaten while driving. 2. Something cold (I can't heat things up obviously) 3. Or, something in a thermos, I do have a thermos. 4. Something that can travel well in a lunchbox all day. 5. Can't take too long to pack or I just won't do it. 6. Filling- I can't munch through out the day really, only when I am driving from client to client, which is usually around 12 and 3. I just feel stuck in a rut, and…
  • hair back of neck, line down back,etc

    Laylalotus
    19 Sep 2014 | 7:26 pm
    Hi. I have a few areas of hair that bother me, the back of my neck(actually to be more specific the fat pad hump behind my neck :( and a single line down my back that is not man thick or anything but more noticeable than fine hair plus my hair is black :( then i have the hair on lower back. *sigh* the lower back I can just nair myself but would you just wax the entire back in this situation? I want to get a routine going because It makes me self conscious. I cannot afford laser on such a large surface. thanks
  • Forgive me, Scale, for I have sinned...

    kaybee1
    19 Sep 2014 | 6:54 pm
    Forgive me, Scale, for I have sinned. It has been 3 weeks since my last workout. I ate three donuts, 1 chocolate bar, multiple mints and a couple of sodas. I had potatoes and bacon, fried veal, Greek take-out (the greasy kind), a bag of Chicago Mix popcorn and a lot of beers. And there she be. Mind you, a lot of that happened throughout the span of a couple weeks but I HAVE NOT BEEN GOOD. After August hit and then September, I found myself barely able to find the time to get to the gym and I didn't have the energy to cook anything healthy. Jerks at work kept bringing in donuts and I kept…
  • Hysterectomy

    VoodooDonut
    19 Sep 2014 | 6:32 pm
    Has anyone else underwent one? I'm trying to get back on track and luckily not gained weight yet my weightloss is slowly coming off. I'm not complaining but I was hoping to meet others with this issue so I could know I'm not alone. I had a Total abd hysterectomy pretty recently. I've read it can make weight loss a challenge but so far I think it might bnot be true.I hope that's a correct assumption. :dizzy: Please respond if you too have this to add to you struggles.
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    Hollie's Weight Loss Blog

  • Week 3 of low carb...

    skinnyhollie
    19 Sep 2014 | 2:28 pm
    Almost at the end of week 3 of low-carb and I feel like I'm doing well! Still no cheats, and still doing the Personal Trainer Food. It's starting to feel 'normal' but certain things make me know I'll never be normal when it comes to food. One of my students brought donuts yesterday from my favorite local bakery for his birthday. I felt like my life would END of I didn't have just one. I could
  • My week in food... and yes, it's good!

    skinnyhollie
    13 Sep 2014 | 6:36 am
    This week has been another crazy, busy, hectic week. But through it all I've been so thankful for the investment made in the Personal Trainer Food. It has TRULY kept me on track. You can't ask for meals that are more easy to prepare and convenient. I pack my insulated lunch box and a microwavable dish with me at all times and so far, I've been able to eat whenever I feel hungry. (Which is not as
  • Tune into Dr. Oz on Friday!

    skinnyhollie
    11 Sep 2014 | 6:37 am
    Remember my awesome trip to NYC a few weeks ago? Well, I can now announce that it was to tape a very short segment of the Dr. Oz Show! I'm on there for MAYBE 5 minutes, but hey... I was on TV!The show will air on Friday (Sept 12). And I'm pretty sure it's the segment right at the beginning of the show. Dr. Oz's new season is all about getting 'Healthy' back, so that's what me and a few other
  • Meal prep for 28 days... Done!

    skinnyhollie
    7 Sep 2014 | 8:48 pm
    Tonight I am ending my 7th day of low-carb living. Has it been breezy? NO. But it is getting better. I've eliminated all added sugar and "bad" carbs. All this week the only carbs I eat are fruit and veggies. And this weekend I have eliminated even further. Today I haven't even had fruit. The "carb flu" is gone, but the cravings are still there sometimes. I know it will continue to get easier.
  • Size Slim - Garcinia Cambogia review

    skinnyhollie
    4 Sep 2014 | 6:50 pm
    A few weeks ago, I was approached by Barbara at SizeSlim about trying their supplement, Size Slim Garcinia Cambogia, for free in exchange for my honest review. Now, before everyone freaks out... I'd heard of this supplement before when I was doing research on the Dr. Oz show (more on that later!). Dr. Oz REALLY recommended it, so watch the video on that link for all the information you need
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    Escape from Obesity

  • The Insanity of Binge Eating Disorder, and the Long Path to Recovery

    Lyn
    17 Sep 2014 | 2:05 pm
    A long time ago, I developed Binge Eating Disorder. I'm not even sure exactly how that happened; I started out a normal weight, with normal eating habits. I know I began comfort eating when I lost a much-wanted pregnancy at 21. I probably ate too much in general in my early 20's just because I was a good cook, loved to bake, and enjoyed eating those things with my family. I put on an extra 20 - 25 pounds after three pregnancies and two losses in a short period of time. I ate sometimes to feel better. To stuff down the awful grief. A piece of pumpkin loaf was a nice distraction; a cinnamon…
  • AIP Breakfast: Summer Squash Hash

    Lyn
    15 Sep 2014 | 9:38 am
    This morning I wanted to share a breakfast that I enjoy many days, especially during the summer months when summer squash is abundant. A breakfast "hash" is usually made from potatoes, and while I've made breakfast hash from sweet potatoes on AIP, sometimes I want a less starchy, lighter option for breakfast. Thus was born the summer squash hash.My favorite squash for this is patty pan squash. It is colorful and sweet and seems to release less liquid than other varieties. But I've also made hash from zucchini and yellow crookneck squash with success.First, get your bacon started in the pan. I…
  • Feeling Lousy

    Lyn
    13 Sep 2014 | 7:50 pm
    I cannot believe I am still sick. I think the head cold turned into a sinus infection. Bah, not good. My daughter caught it too. We spent today laying around the living room and taking naps. Zero energy.So that's two weeks sick, and I am going to the doctor this week if I am not improving. I haven't blogged because what good are a bunch of posts saying "yeah I am still sick, don't feel like blogging"? But I will update what I can and hope for something better next week.What I weighed on Sept 1: 226What I weighed a couple days later, still 100% AIP, but sick: 229 What I weigh now: I…
  • Sick

    Lyn
    4 Sep 2014 | 5:20 pm
    Just a quick update. I am sick... kind of miserable. Nothing major, just seems like a bad head cold and some nausea on the side. It started with lots of sneezing on Sunday, which I thought was just allergies, and then a headache on Monday. I wasn't sure if it had something to do with the reintroduction of some seed spices I was working on, so I quit those and went back to strict plain AIP. But over a few days it was clear I had a head cold. Congestion, headache, super tired, etc. I'm sure it'll be fine in a few days, but wow, the scale popped up 3 pounds overnight. I'm not eating a lot but…
  • September 1, 2014: Progress Report

    Lyn
    1 Sep 2014 | 10:33 am
    Yesterday I shared my weekly weigh-in as well as what I ate and my exercise for the week. Today, I am looking at the bigger picture: where am I now? How is this working? I like to look at progress over a longer term to get a better feel for things. Here's a basic summary.I started AIP in mid-July weighing 242 pounds.Weekly losses: -2, -1, -2, -2, -1, -2, -3, -3That totals 16 pounds gone in a month and a half:I lost 6 pounds in July.I lost TEN POUNDS in August and weigh 226 pounds.Why the emphasis? Because I have been working on weight loss all this time and in the last two and a half years…
 
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    Fit Bottomed Girls

  • 10 Videos to Help You Live the Anti-Diet Life

    Jenn
    19 Sep 2014 | 5:00 am
    Erin and I had a BLAST doing The Fit Bottomed Girls Anti-Diet video series. We haven’t done a ton of video in our past, so it was really fun to flex our rather (ahem, novice) on-camera and editing skills. Plus, we got to share so much good content from our book! Just in case you missed a video or two from our series, we thought it would be fun to put them all in one post — that way you can see ‘em all! And remember, practice makes perfect, so don’t be afraid to go back to these 10-Minute Fixes again and again. They’ll speak differently to you depending on what…
  • The New Baked Potato Is Sweet — And Stuffed With Egg and Avocado

    Jenn
    19 Sep 2014 | 3:00 am
    Got 10 minutes? Then you can whip up the first link that’s an egg-stuffed sweet potato recipe (YUM), and then sit back and read up on the other fab FitLinks. From juicing cocktails to signs it’s time to switch up your workout, they’re healthy fun reads! Ten minutes to stuffed sweet potato perfection. —Fit Bottomed Eats This is our kind of cocktail. —FabFitFun Signs it’s time to change things up in the fitness department. —ACE Fitness How your favorite health experts take their coffee. —Greatist Words of wisdom from a 100-miler.
  • Biggest Loser Season 16 Week 2 Recap: All of the Feels!

    Gail
    18 Sep 2014 | 10:02 pm
    The white team delivered a blockbuster win in the challenge. Credit: NBC * SPOILER ALERT!* We’re recapping tonight’s episode, so avert your eyes if you don’t want to know what happened. Tonight’s episode had the week 2 (see our week 1 recap here!) dread mixed with sadness, anger, anxiety and frustration — all of the feels! The episode opened with trainer Bob Harper welcoming Andrea to Comeback Canyon and to her competitor Vanessa. “I’m scared!” Andrea said to Bob as he stood there all dressed up. Back at the ranch, Jessie and his blue team were making Waldorf salads and…
  • A Workout Playlist That’ll Make You Run Happy

    Jenn
    18 Sep 2014 | 5:00 am
    The following is a post sponsored by Brooks Running. For our sponsored post policy, click here. Last year we picked your brilliant fittie minds for the best summer running songs to create the ultimate run happy playlist. And this year, we’re doing it again! In fact, last year’s playlist was sooo much fun that Brooks challenged us to create another one — based on input from you guys. So, for the past week or two, we’ve been hitting y’all up on social media and have gotten the BEST suggestions. We combed through all the songs you guys came up with (your…
  • Swim Workout I Did: I Like Those Odds

    Kristen
    18 Sep 2014 | 4:00 am
    I try to get up early and meet friends at the pool for a good swim at least once or twice a week, for a couple of reasons. For one thing, it keeps me accountable to the morning workout thing, which is great, plus, the group I swim with is fast, so every time I go, I’m guaranteed to be pushed a little past my comfort zone. Or a lot, in some cases. Since I’m a sprinter at heart, I love when we have what we call “Fast Fridays,” which basically means we show up ready to do some short, hard sprints, sometimes broken up with some longer aerobic efforts. Below is one we did…
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  • Scotland dot jock

    Shauna
    10 Sep 2014 | 3:19 pm
    I’ve never written about politics in 14 years of this blog but thought tonight would be a good time to wade in, while snotty and half delirious with a cold. Next Thursday September 18 is the Scottish Independence Referendum. I don’t know how much chat is happening outside the UK, so to summarise: we will be voting Yes or No to the question, “Should Scotland be an independent country?” I’ve never spent so much bloody time pondering a question. I’ve debated with strangers. I have asked learned friends for detailed explanations of their…
  • Everyday Life: August 2014

    Shauna
    6 Sep 2014 | 5:49 am
    August was a funny old month. Lots of work, yet lots of laziness and idle browsing of #gelato on Instagram! Daily braindump. I don’t think I’ve ever said the word “yikes” out loud, but it appeared. What’s next? Jeepers! Spontaneous stop to watch these seals lounging around… It was hilarious seeing them scuttle off as the tide crept in, with these two determined to stay put until the last scrap of sand disappeared. Morning walk along the Caledonian Canal. A rainy night at the Belladrum Festival, watching Tom Jones butcher the classics and Gareth nervously…
  • Up & Running September winners

    Shauna
    3 Sep 2014 | 2:29 am
    Thanks for all your giveaway comments! If you missed out but would like to join us next week, you can use the code TEATIME at checkout for 20% off until Monday.This discount also applies to Up & Moving, which is a great course for beginners and walkers (I finally finished my redo of the course… the six weeks took over two months, eep!). Here are the lucky winners as decided by the Random Number Generator: Maike - who would serve plum tart for Adele Vera – would whip up her lemon ricotta blueberry cheesecake for Hugh Jackman Siv – who would bring back her dad for…
  • Win a spot on the September Up & Running 5k or 10k course

    Shauna
    25 Aug 2014 | 7:57 am
    Following on from the Robert Plant post, who would you invite round for tea? Yep, it’s nosy question time again! We’ve just opened up registration for the final Up & Running courses for 2014, thus I’m making my last attempt to lure you into our international running club. The 5K Beginners Course starts on Monday 8 September and the 10K Course starts on Thursday 11 September, each going for eight weeks. Here’s what you get… an eight week training plan to get you race ready, designed to gradually increase your strength and fitness while avoiding…
  • Come over for your tea, Robert Plant

    Shauna
    13 Aug 2014 | 2:05 pm
    Do you think Robert Plant ever Googles himself? I bet he doesn’t because he’s Robert Plant. He’s quietly aware that he’s magnificent and has no need to click through to the 25,675th page of search results to find some random loon banging on, ROBERT PLANT IS MAGNIFICENT. But I’m going to do it anyway. Last night I was re-watching his set from Glastonbury 2014 (there’s still three days left to catch it on BBC iPlayer) and kept thinking that he’s ace in so many ways. So I made a list. He was in Led Zeppelin, one of the greatest bands of all time,…
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    Fat Girl Dives In

  • Monday Mix Tape

    15 Sep 2014 | 2:06 pm
    Hi y'all it's FALL here in Atlanta today and I couldn't be happier about that after the single most humid running weekend of my entire life. Overall it hasn't been a bad summer but these 90 degree 90 percent humidity days make me question why anyone would leave the house much less run :)----------------------------Saturday before sunrise I was up for hill work day with my half marathon trainees. I had my first fall off the bike the Wednesday before and was nursing a very sore and scraped up elbow but I went anyway. This was the first time I had ever done something like that on purpose. We ran…
  • Monday mixtape - longest mixtape ever edition!

    25 Aug 2014 | 7:19 pm
    Sorry for being such a bad blogger y'all. As I've said before, I'm just busy living this crazy, wonderful new life of mine. I never sit still unless I'm working and even then I'm itching to be doing something. I asked my mom if she thought I was crazy because I get jealous when I see other people running and I've already done my run for the day. It's probably very crazy (Dr. Ritz do you read this?? :) ) but my mom compared it to a new love that you always want to be with so I choose to think of it like that. I hope I'm as in love with running as I am in love with my husband 10 years…
  • Monday Mix Tape

    2 Jun 2014 | 9:10 am
    Happy June everyone! Hard to believe another month has gone by already! It was a month full of milestones!I just had my 16 month follow up with my surgeon and he's obviously very proud. He said "you weigh 121 pounds. I have nothing to add!" :) SO happy to finally have a photo with him! 2 days later I stepped on the scale and weighed 120. 130 pounds lost.  5lbs. PAST my goal!! For anyone that's worried that I'm not going to stop, I am. It would be fun to see the teens even for a minute but I'm perfectly happy where I am. At this weight, even a pound or 2 makes a difference in my…
  • Monday Mix Tape - Catching up!

    12 May 2014 | 8:01 am
    I know, I know it's been FOREVER but honestly I'm just enjoying living my life so much there's not much time left to write about it.I was worried about what would happen when I got to this point - I thought I might start gaining weight back, or feeling sad that people are used me now and the constant compliments are dwindling. None of that is the case. I saw 123 on the scale the other day which is the lowest ever and I'm thrilled I don't have to field so many questions about my weight loss anymore - I just get compliments on my outfits :) Smalls are officially a bit big so I'm wearing xs and…
  • 13.1 v2

    21 Mar 2014 | 12:38 pm
    Hi y'all! In case you are wondering where I've been, I was hereMy BEAUTIFUL 2nd home town of Sarasota, Florida. I got up early enough on Saturday to have the beach to myself before spring break exploded! The ONLY bad thing about traveling for a race is my no alcohol the day before the race policy. I happily drank water and even did some yoga and a plank on the beach. plank selfie!nervous about "runners knee" but it ended up being fine!The next day I got up at 5am for the 7am race. Luckily my hotel was 3/4 a mile from the start and I didn't have to sit in the already huge line of traffic. I…
 
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    Lynn's Weigh

  • Rebuilding

    3 Sep 2014 | 9:28 am
    Seven months ago today, my boyfriend Jim’s garage burned down, taking with it 70 percent of all he owned in the world. Second only to the pain of personally losing something or someone we love is watching someone we care about lose something they love. Conversely, the same is true when we witness their Phoenix moment, when they rise above the loss. Some people – including me – wondered if Jim would sell his place and move away from the memory of that night in February. But he meant what he said when the fire still smoldered: “I’ll rebuild.”I bought this bracelet yesterday: When I…
  • AIM: Changing the Plan

    4 Aug 2014 | 7:03 am
    This month, we bid a fond AIM farewell to our colleague, Shelley. She will continue to blog at My Journey to Fit, and we wish her the best in all her endeavors, particularly as she trains for the Houston Half-Marathon.We’ve also decided to post AIM quarterly rather than monthly. Our next post will appear November 3. Nothing doesn’t change, and forward is rarely a straight line. In my ongoing journey of weight loss and maintenance, not only does my body continue to change, so does my mind. I discontinued my Weight Watchers membership about 2 years ago, but the knowledge I acquired from…
  • Where Have I Been All My Life?

    22 Jul 2014 | 6:54 am
    If there is a lesson I learn over and over again it is that nothing is permanent. Nothing stays super awesome, nothing stays super bad, and nothing stays just OK, especially if we choose them not to be. I’ve been wandering in a haze of OKness since finishing a nutrition certification program last year. I’d spent two years training for something I thought I wanted to do, only to find out it wasn’t what I wanted to do. While I’m still committed to my own nutritional health and wellness, my heart isn’t in counseling others about theirs. My first and true love are words, and while I…
  • AIM: Food: It’s All In A Day

    7 Jul 2014 | 5:00 am
    If you’re reading this in the morning and thinking, ‘Hmmm…what do I want for breakfast?’ click on over to Shelley’s breakfast contribution to our AIM progressive meal day. If it’s lunchtime, check out what Cammy has cooking.If it’s mid-day or dinner time, welcome to my contribution: appetizer and a veggie main meal. (There will be links to Lori and Debby a little later.)I’m not a summer cook. I don’t know how to grill and I don’t want to learn. (However, I do know my way around a marinade or sauce in case BF is in the mood to grill, which he’s really good at.) I also…
  • AIM: The Organized (Or Not) Approach

    2 Jun 2014 | 5:34 am
    It is 7:09 a.m. on Monday, June 2, 2014. It is the first Monday of the month, the day we publish our monthly AIM post. We chose this month’s theme more than three weeks ago to avoid deadline panic. And so, as with most things that I need to do in the future, I thought, ‘I’ll get on that…someday.’ Today is “someday” and I’m just now getting my thoughts on the screen. For three weeks, I’ve bounced a few thoughts around. Even wrote a few of them on a restaurant napkin and an index card. Yet here I am, 51 minutes to my 8 a.m. deadline and I’m thinking feverishly about how to…
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  • New recommendations for overweight people with heart risks

    Etosha Farmer
    26 Aug 2014 | 10:20 am
    Interesting article about the importance of behavior change in working on weight loss and CVD~ The USPSTF recommends offering or referring adults who are overweight or obese and have additional CVD risk factors to intensive behavioral counseling interventions to promote a healthful diet and physical activity for CVD prevention. (B recommendation) http://www.foxnews.com/health/2014/08/26/new-recommendations-for-overweight-people-with-heart-risks/ Source: Annals of Internal Medicine (2 articles) http://annals.org/article.aspx?articleid=1899533…
  • Shrimp Cobb Salad

    Etosha Farmer
    30 Jul 2014 | 3:58 pm
      On a hot night a salad always sounds good.  I usually just throw together whatever I have in my refrigerator but last night I decided to make something a little different.  I Followed a recipe from cookinglight.com and the salad was wonderful!  I paired my delicious salad with a slice of whole grain bread, what a treat! Ingredients: 4 slices center-cut bacon  1 pound large shrimp, peeled and deveined  1/2 teaspoon paprika 1/4 teaspoon black pepper Cooking spray  1/4 teaspoon salt, divided 2 1/2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice 1 1/2…
  • Too Much of a Good Thing?

    Ami Spencer
    29 Jul 2014 | 4:52 am
    If you’re craving an afternoon snack and you’re more likely to choose an apple and a handful of almonds over a candy bar, you’re making great progress on your journey toward a more healthy lifestyle. But just because you’re making more nutritious food choices doesn’t mean you’ll lose weight. Too much of a good thing is still too much. Losing weight ultimately comes down to a simple formula: calories eaten are less than calories burned. Whether you’re eating 2500 calories worth of junk food or 2500 calories worth of fruit, vegetables, whole…
  • Fido Can Help You Get Fit

    Ami Spencer
    22 Jul 2014 | 5:00 am
    You may have heard that having a pet can improve your mood, decrease your risk for depression and lower your level of stress. Now there’s research that having a dog could help you get fit and improve your overall health. A recent study presented at this year’s annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine suggested that people who walked a dog on a regular basis sat less during the day, had a lower body mass index (BMI), smoked less, had fewer chronic illnesses, and were less depressed. Like having a workout buddy who motivates you to get (and keep) moving, having a…
  • Less exercise, not more calories, responsible for expanding waistlines

    Etosha Farmer
    8 Jul 2014 | 12:53 pm
    I came across this article and thought it was interesting.  Although I do think we tend to eat more calories, I think people are generally willing to eat less before they want to initiate exercise. Less exercise, not more calories, responsible for expanding waistlineshttp://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2014/07/140707134243.htm Source: American Journal of Medicine
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  • Do You Practice These Calorie-Saving Tricks When You Eat Out?

    Leta-Shy
    19 Sep 2014 | 8:30 pm
    Regularly eating out can result in consuming hundreds of unwanted calories in a sitting, but luckily, there are many ways to save calories when you eat out. A 2012 study found that these strategies do, in fact, work; people eat fewer calories when they dine out if they regularly put a few mindful eating tips into practice. In the study, the group that regularly attended an intervention course, which included classes focused on education, tips, and meditation, ate about 300 fewer calories than before studying mindful eating and ate fewer calories overall than the control group, who didn't have…
  • Sculpt Inner Thighs With 4 Moves From Pure Barre

    Allie-Merriam
    19 Sep 2014 | 7:00 pm
    Sculpting the inner thighs means doing precise and detailed exercises, both specialties of the Pure Barre method. Take a Pure Barre lesson in your home and learn four toning exercises, plus additional variations, with this video. And don't worry about not having a barre - you can use your kitchen counter, the back of a couch, or a sturdy chair for support. Press play, and get ready to work it.
  • Rapper's Delight! Train Like the Elite With This 1-Hour Running Playlist

    Lizzie-Fuhr
    19 Sep 2014 | 4:05 pm
    If you love rap music and are serious about running, this playlist is the best of both worlds. When distance-running coach Jack Daniels analyzed the stride of a number of elite runners, he learned that they almost all took 180 steps per minute, which helps take the bounce off your stride and can help prevent injury and keep you energized. Instead of having to count your steps, we've taken all the guesswork out of the equation with this mix! Each song included in this hour-long playlist is 90 BPM - the perfect pace to help you keep in the 180 step-per-minute range. Subscribe to the Spotify…
  • 10 Harem Pants For Relaxing or Working Out

    Leta-Shy
    19 Sep 2014 | 3:23 pm
    Go ahead, give your yoga leggings a rest this weekend: harem pants are just as versatile for weekend lounging and might just be a little more comfy. These roomy pants work just as well in yoga class as they do at brunch and add a little bit of style to your workout wardrobe. Check out these technical picks that wick sweat and move easy whether you're on the go or in the studio.
  • Yes, You Can Still Work Out After a Big Night of Boozing

    Lizzie-Fuhr
    19 Sep 2014 | 2:45 pm
    You have a blast out one night with friends, toss back a few drinks too many, and are left feeling awful and stuck with a killer headache the following morning - we've all been there. While exercise alone can't cure your hangover, a light sweat session after a big night out can up your endorphins and help release toxins. To have the most comfortable (and safest) postparty workout ever, remember these tips. And no, the hair of the dog is not included.
 
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  • Be a Champion!

    AdvoGirl
    2 Sep 2014 | 12:00 pm
    This video says it all! If you want more information, click the Business Opportunity Tab at the top of this page.
  • Advocare Spark on the Go Review

    AdvoGirl
    4 Aug 2014 | 10:50 am
    For those of you who haven't tried Spark on the Go yet, do not delay.
  • Five Favorite Tips for Advocare Success

    AdvoGirl
    1 May 2014 | 7:51 am
    Do you need a little push in the right direction to stay on track with your 24 Day Challenge?
  • What’s in Advocare MNS?

    AdvoGirl
    4 Mar 2014 | 10:38 am
    Ever wanted specific info about ingredients in the MNS strip packs? They say that a picture is worth 1000 words...
  • Eating Out on Advocare Tip #3

    AdvoGirl
    1 Feb 2014 | 1:08 pm
    It is possible to eat out on the Advocare 24 Day Challenge.
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  • The World's Most Awesome Don't Walk Signal!

    19 Sep 2014 | 2:30 am
    Today's Funny Friday is both awesome and reportedly extremely effective.Don't walk. Dance!Have a great weekend.        Related StoriesTrue Facts About MarsupialsJoan River's Triumphant Return to The Tonight ShowThe Onion Reports on Subway's New Footlong Marketing Campaign 
  • Why Did Toronto Mayoral Candidate John Tory Shoot A Pringles Commerical?

    18 Sep 2014 | 2:30 am
    On the down side, clearly junk food is so normalized that John Tory, the front runner in Toronto's mayoral race, didn't have any issue shooting a Pringles commercial in the name of his campaign. And I think it'd be fair to say too that the ad's existence also means that the food environment isn't anywhere near Tory's radar.On the up side, at least he doesn't smoke crack.(Tory comes in at 1:06, just after the appearance by David Zimmer, Ontario's Minister of Aboriginal Affairs)        Related StoriesFood Banks Canada Now Teaming Up With 7-11 To Sell…
  • Food Banks Canada Now Teaming Up With 7-11 To Sell Slurpees!?

    17 Sep 2014 | 2:30 am
    I do get it. Charities feel they need to take whatever monies they can get. But given I've never seen a co-branded cigarette sale to raise money for this, that, or the other, clearly there are lines drawn that charities don't cross in their cross promotional activities. As I mentioned over on US News and World Report, charities, especially those tied to public health, given diet and weight related illnesses are North America's primary causes of preventable death, should be on the front lines of actively working to decrease the number of opportunities for junk food's consumption. And could…
  • Did You Know that Coca-Cola Basically Owns Emory University?

    16 Sep 2014 | 2:30 am
    I'm rarely speechless. I was close yesterday though. It was yesterday that I learned of a long-standing Emory University tradition. Apparently, unabashedly, and transparently, in part no doubt consequent to the $105 million endowment provided to Emory by a former Coca-Cola CEO, and in part no doubt due to the reported fact that 16% of Emory's $6.3 billion endowment fund is made up of Coca-Cola stock (down from 63% in 1998 and 47% in 2002), all first year Emory University students are brought together as they start school to toast their futures with a Coca-Cola beverage. And just as Coca-Cola…
  • Guest Post: The Pharmacist Who Refuses to Sell Soft Drinks

    15 Sep 2014 | 2:30 am
    Last week the media was abuzz with reports of a pharmacist from Nova Scotia who had elected, despite the financial disincentive, to stop selling soda and other sugar sweetened beverages in his pharmacy. His name is Graham MacKenzie and his pharmacy, Stone's Pharmasave in Baddeck, Nova Scotia, is a testament to doing the right thing. Huge kudos to Mr. MacKenzie. Wish there were more like him. Here's what he did and why in his own words: Roughly six months ago I started serious consideration after repeated studies that came out documenting the bad effects of sugared drinks. The consideration…
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  • Too Much TV As a Kid May Lead to a Fatter and Less Healthy Adulthood

    CalorieLab
    19 Sep 2014 | 7:00 am
    (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0) per0ni/Flickr Perhaps you have heard the Jesuit maxim, “Give me a child until he is seven, and I will give you the man”: Our early formative years can determine our later lives. Now a recently published 32-year longitudinal study on television viewing habits has demonstrated the validity of a corollary of that old Jesuit maxim: “Show me the child when he is ten, and I will give you the man.” To do this, researchers used data from the 1970 British Cohort Study (BCS70) from the age 10 and age 42 year-old surveys. The BCS70 follows the lives of 17,248…
  • Smoothies can be Diet Food or Diet Busters

    CalorieLab
    17 Sep 2014 | 7:00 am
    (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0) Miriam/Flickr Smoothies have a healthy reputation because they contain fresh fruit and first came to commercial prominence via health food stores. But are they a good choice to help with weight loss? Not necessarily. The bottom line for weight loss is to change the balance between the calories you consume relative to the calories you burn through physical activity. Smoothies may make that easier or harder, depending on their calorie and nutrient content. Smoothies can provide several servings of fruit – and even vegetables – as can also be a good source of…
  • Dr. J: Don’t Let a History of Childhood Abuse be an Excuse to Delay a Weight-Loss Program

    CalorieLab
    15 Sep 2014 | 7:00 am
    (CC BY-NC 2.0) Dystopos/Flickr Abuse of children is an egregious act, to whose myriad consequences we can now add a greater risk of adult obesity. This was the conclusion of a recent analysis of 23 studies involving over 100,000 subjects, led by Dr. Erik Hemmingsson of the Karolinska Institutet in Sweden and published in the journal Obesity Reviews. “[D]ifficult life events leave traces which can manifest as disease much later in life. The mechanisms behind this process include stress, negative patterns of thought and emotions, poor mental health, increased inflammation, … lowered…
  • The Sports That Pose the Greatest Injury and Concussion Risk to Your High Schooler

    CalorieLab
    12 Sep 2014 | 7:00 am
    It’s back-to-school time again, which for many high schoolers means back to the football or soccer field or the basketball or tennis court or the gym or baseball diamond. Given an increasing amount of media attention given lately to high school sports injuries, many parents may be biting their nails, or even considering total no-sports edicts. That would be an overreaction. Sports vary widely in both the frequency and the type of injuries that they tend to produce. In some cases, the difference is conspicuously obvious; between wrestling and archery, for example. In other cases, the…
  • Dr. J on Joan Rivers: “I’ve Had the Same Procedure, I’ve Treated the Same Emergency”

    CalorieLab
    11 Sep 2014 | 7:00 am
    (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0) Steve Rhodes/Flickr I was deeply saddened by the untimely death of Joan Rivers. She was a special person who, even at 81 years of age, was vigorously involved in life’s great theater of action. As a doctor with the relevant anesthesia and outpatient surgical experience and training, I was also concerned about the circumstances of her dying while undergoing an outpatient noninvasive exploratory procedure. Joan Rivers’s procedure According to various published reports, Rivers went to an outpatient surgery center to evaluate her vocal cords due to her concerns about…
 
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  • Wellness and Vitality Talk in July 2014

    Talli van Sunder
    14 Sep 2014 | 10:11 pm
    In July of 2014 at In Stride Physical Therapy & Rehab in Pacific Grove, CA, we started  our series of monthly health talks with Heather Lauren, a student (at that time and now graduate) of Bauman College of Holistic Nutrition. Heather presented a series of 4 very informative one hour weekly talks on how to better your health through the awareness of and pursuit of proper nutrition. We were very happy to have Heather come speak at our clinic. While we constantly work on improving the health of our clients through the healing of their injuries and the strengthening of their bodies…
  • Lecture in September: The Effects of Grief, Loss & Stress on Your Body

    Talli van Sunder
    31 Aug 2014 | 8:40 pm
    Date:  Tuesday, September 16, 6:30pm at In Stride Physical Therapy & Rehab 618 Lighthouse Ave, Pacific Grove Presents: The Impact of Grief, Loss and Stress on the Adrenals, Thyroid, Hormones and Neurotransmitters and how to modify your habits for optimal health with Monica Montoya, ND. Dr. Montoya will discuss: The function of the adrenals, thyroid, hormones & neurotransmitters. The effect and impact of stress factors on the hormonal cascade (symptoms, mood and quality of life, both short and long term). Natural ways of coping with stress factors and how to bring awareness back to…
  • In Stride Physical Therapy & Rehab, Inc. – Ribbon Cutting

    Talli van Sunder
    17 Aug 2014 | 7:02 pm
    Please Join Us For Our Ribbon Cutting August 21st, 2014 from 5:00pm – 7:00pm at 618 Lighthouse Ave, Pacific Grove (corner of Lighthouse & 17th St.) *refreshments provided
  • What May Cause Your Acne (and ways to treat it)

    Talli van Sunder
    13 Aug 2014 | 12:21 am
      Most of us endure our teen years looking forward to the day when we no longer have to deal with acne. Unfortunately, for many of us, acne doesn’t end when we hit our twenties, Whether you’re in your twenties, or even your forties. In fact, adult-onset acne is becoming more common in all women aged 20 to 50. While there is no one-size-fits-all approach to treating and preventing adult-onset acne, there are several treatments that can help. Consider Cosmetic Procedures Resorting to cosmetic procedures to treat acne may seem like overkill, but if you are currently using…
  • Review: Ka’Chava – A New Health Drink

    Talli van Sunder
    6 Jul 2014 | 12:20 pm
    A few months ago, I received an email from Simon Malone, the founder of a new health drink called Ka’Chava, asking me to try his new drink and see what I thought. I decided to give it a try because I liked what I saw on the ingredient list. The ingredients were very clean and natural, containing many superfoods, such as, acai berry, spinach, kale, broccoli and shitake mushrooms to name a few. Plus his health drink contained no preservatives, artificial sweeteners, flavors, colors, dairy, soy or gluten and was filled with mainly organic ingredients. With the ingredient list having passed my…
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  • My touchstone.

    Carla
    19 Sep 2014 | 1:00 am
    I’m over at our #wycwyc blog today talking about touchstones and rambling about rings. Join me? The post My touchstone. appeared first on Carla Birnberg.
  • Tricep dips in a wheelchair.

    Carla
    17 Sep 2014 | 1:00 am
    If you’re squinting at the photo above and uncertain what it’s supposed to capture—then you’re precisely as I was. The Child and I were walking around Oakland, enjoying one of her last days of summer, when she grabbed my hand and shouted: WOW, Mama.  Look!!! He’s super strong! Here’s where I share the fact, while we were enjoying the day, it had been a long one. I’d done that thing with August where I’d idealized how *amazing* it would be for her to be campFREE and hanging out. 31 days of unstructured play. It would have been awesome if the…
  • What’s your one book on the shelf?

    Carla
    15 Sep 2014 | 1:00 am
    my personal first aid kit contains a fave! We all have self- definitions. While this can be a limiting thing for the sake of today’s navel gazings post it’s not. For today lets choose to view our collective self-definitions as merely information on how we see/view ourselves. A chunk of my self-definition includes the fact I’m a voracious reader. A piece of my self-definition is: I struggle to find new books to read as it seems I’ve devoured ‘em all already! When I first moved back from Guatemala I lost that piece for a while & nothing made me happier than the…
  • Tips for walking a half-marathon?

    Carla
    12 Sep 2014 | 1:00 am
    I walked my first race in Napa! Every few years I decide I want to attempt, again, to be a runner. I’m uncertain why—I think it’s because I covet the freedom of the run, as I know (in my heart and in my piriformis) I am not a runner. I get the RUNNINGurge. I commit. I bail. (except for that one time but Ive realized that was an anomaly.) Finally, thanks to a move to Oakland and turning 45, I have made peace with who I really am. More than that, even, I own it. I am a walker. I loved every single, facet of walking the Zooma 10k. I walked, I chatted, I power walked, I enjoyed…
  • Keeping up with pop-culture.

    Carla
    10 Sep 2014 | 1:00 am
    Once upon a time there was a misfit who devoured pop-culture. She loved trashy magazines. She was a fan of PEREZ back in the *day* when he was Page Six Six Six (anyone else remember that?). She used to joked (awkwardly she can now see with that 20/20 vision of hindsight) she had a BA, an M.Ed., and a PhD in Pop Culture with a focus on In Touch Weekly. She was the one everyone came to when they wanted to know what a certain slang meant or to find out what was happening in Hollywood & Trashtastic Television. She presumed herself to be a more benevolent TMZ who provided an educated spin on…
 
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  • Do you Need an Umbrella Insurance Policy?

    Tim Currie
    12 Sep 2014 | 1:27 pm
    First, let’s try and understand what an umbrella insurance policy provides. This type of policy is an excess policy that provides additional liability coverage that sits on top of your current (or primary) auto policy, homeowner’s policy or boat policy. It will also add some additional liability coverage’s that your primary policy may not cover. The key here is to fill as many gaps as may occur when and if you require protection against legal action. In other words, If you are sued, and the amount of your primary liability policy is exhausted, your umbrella insurance policy will kick…
  • How to Prepare Your Teenager for the Road and Car Insurance

    Marci Lall
    25 Aug 2014 | 3:41 am
    Driving is an exhilarating experience especially when you’re a young driver. The thrill of speed, testing, taking on challenges with your car and showing off to your friends are temptations that teenagers grapple with. If not managed, these could result in severe injuries, damages to the car and even fatalities. To a lesser degree, car insurance should also be a concern of the new driver. When your teenage child acquires their driver’s license after passing his/her driving test, the onus is on you to ensure that you take precautions until they have adequate experience. As parents you will…
  • Join a Great Service Team: Become an Insurance Broker

    Tim Currie
    18 Aug 2014 | 3:23 am
    Interested in a career in customer service with a high-tempo Insurance Brokerage house that is growing? With planned growth comes tremendous career opportunities. Right now, our service team is looking for high energy, people-focused individuals who want to help others protect that which is valuable to them. We offer an inclusive working environment with a focus on diversity and equality in the workplace. If you’ve ever considered a career with a growing and yet still friendly and personal insurance brokerage house, contact us today. It’s all About Service and Trust A career in service is…
  • Home Insurance Tips on How to Reduce Wind Damage

    Tim Currie
    11 Aug 2014 | 3:00 am
    In Southern Ontario, this summer’s weather patterns have been somewhat unpredictable and not quite what we are used to. The unpredictable weather patterns tend to cause extremes and extreme weather tends to cause significant damage, which is a concern of your home insurance broker. The biggest weather related storm we have seen in Southern Ontario was last month, when 100 homes were damaged by a tornado that touched down in Angus, Ontario (just west of Barrie). About 36 of the homes were structurally damaged by the 180km/h winds. Our Home Insurance tips: 1) So What Can Be Done to Reduce…
  • Selling Insurance, The Amazing Career You May Have Overlooked!

    Tim Currie
    4 Aug 2014 | 8:32 am
    Looking back over my 17 years of insurance sales, I can honestly say, I wouldn’t change a thing about my choice of careers. While it involves hard work and has its ups and downs, the industry gave me all I wanted in a career. The industry is focused on people as well as relationship building. As well, the industry offers a competitive environment where I was able to challenge myself to enhance my existing skills as well as learn new skills. It is also financially rewarding. There are other products that are sexier to sell than insurance… cars, homes, electronics, fashion etc. Insurance is…
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  • Timex Watch

    Mary
    5 Sep 2014 | 8:08 am
    My current favorite accessory is my newest: my Timex watch. I was browsing through my local Target a few weeks ago when I stumbled across this mint green Timex watch. I usually browse through the jewelry and watches area at Target but rarely buy anything other than clearance priced necklaces. However, this watch was calling my name! Being the good little shopper who paid off a bunch of credit card debt, I don’t do impulse buys over $10. The watch called to me, I admired it, took a photo, and then walked away. I do this often while shopping and it helps keep me on budget despite my…
  • Things YOU Buy

    Mary
    11 Aug 2014 | 8:42 am
    As you may know from previous posts, I’m an Amazon affiliate. This means I get a small commission any time someone buys something on Amazon through a link on my site. It’s not a huge amount of money and mostly comes from book recommendations I’ve made like Chris Powell’s Choose More, Lose More for Life, The Triathlete’s Training Bible, and Beat Sugar Addiction Now!. However, I the other thing I find fascinating about being an Amazon affiliate is that I can see other items people have ordered. (Not who bought them, just that they were bought.) I find it so…
  • Shelby Farms Dog Park

    Mary
    23 Jul 2014 | 9:23 am
    One of our current favorite things to do is visit Shelby Farms Dog Park. It’s a small part of a huge park here in Memphis. It’s a semi-fenced in area of 100 acres where dogs can play off leash in fields, trails, lakes, and ponds. Basically it’s JuJu’s favorite place on earth. So when I told her PARK yesterday, she couldn’t wait to get in the car. She knows the greatness she is about to encounter. Every time we go to Shelby Farms it’s a great chance to practice our doggy behavior. I always make her sit and wait and pose for a photo before she gets her FREE…
  • Let The Training Begin!

    Mary
    3 Jul 2014 | 7:41 am
    I mentioned earlier this month that I wanted to get back into running and try for a half marathon. I signed up for the St. Jude half marathon (with the mindset that I could later change to a 5k in that race if training went horribly) and decided to raise a bit of money for the awesome hospital (please donate, they charge families nothing for life-saving care! heroes.stjude.org/maryinmem). After a break for moving to a new place, this week I started my training plan! I’m using a Run/Walk Beginner Half training plan through the RunKeeper app. My first run/walk session was excellent! I…
  • Life Lately

    Mary
    24 Jun 2014 | 9:29 am
    Hello, friends! I finally finished moving and getting settled in. The move is another temporary move which is giving me a chance to explore another Memphis neighborhood (and save money for my next big life goals!). This new area includes my next door neighbors who have chickens and a rooster that wakes me up way too early. Ultimately I already know I don’t want to buy a house in this area but it will work for now. It’s another interesting experience to add to my list. JuJu loves it though because she has a large backyard and friends to run with. Unfortunately the space comes with…
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  • Can Weight Affect Your Attitude?

    George Diamond
    19 Sep 2014 | 5:09 am
    Weight Loss Success - Lose Weight -> Get Healthier -> Live Longer George Diamond Can Weight Affect Your Attitude? Weight Loss Success Can Weight Affect Your Attitude? Can your weight affect your attitude? The answer is yes. If you are overweight, your weight can (not will) affect your overall attitude. Here are a couple of reasons why? • Pain tends to make people quick tempered. If you’re overweight and have bad knees, a bad hip, you have a bad back. The pain could be making you quick tempered. • When you can’t do something or have a harder time doing it because you are…
  • Take Your Parents for a Walk

    George Diamond
    17 Sep 2014 | 4:50 am
    Weight Loss Success - Lose Weight -> Get Healthier -> Live Longer George Diamond Take Your Parents for a Walk Weight Loss Success Go for a Walk When I was at an office the other day, the owner of the business told me that she would be back in an hour. She proceeded to tell me that she was going for her daily walk with her 14-year-old son. She told me that her son told her that she needed to lose some weight and said he would walk with her every day. She said, “How could I refuse an offer like that.” Wow! I was very impressed. Here it took a 14-year-old child to get this woman to…
  • Wealth is Health / Get Healthier and Get Wealthier

    George Diamond
    15 Sep 2014 | 4:57 am
    Weight Loss Success - Lose Weight -> Get Healthier -> Live Longer George Diamond Wealth is Health / Get Healthier and Get Wealthier Weight Loss Success The only wealth is your health The post Wealth is Health / Get Healthier and Get Wealthier appeared first on Weight Loss Success.
  • Are You on Fire to Drop Some Weight?

    George Diamond
    12 Sep 2014 | 4:45 am
    Weight Loss Success - Lose Weight -> Get Healthier -> Live Longer George Diamond Are You on Fire to Drop Some Weight? Weight Loss Success Drop Some Weight If we want to lose weight, we need to have the fire within us to do it. Our motivation must be strong. We must be passionate about it. As the expression goes, we must have the fire in our belly to do it. When we are on fire nothing or no one can stop us. When we are on fire, we are focused on getting results. We do what we know that we need to do to make it happen. Making the right choices is the only option. When we are on fire to…
  • Live Longer and Healthier

    George Diamond
    10 Sep 2014 | 4:44 am
    Weight Loss Success - Lose Weight -> Get Healthier -> Live Longer George Diamond Live Longer and Healthier Weight Loss Success Living long is one thing, living long and healthy is another. The post Live Longer and Healthier appeared first on Weight Loss Success.
 
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  • The Weekly Traveler

    Cammy Chapel
    19 Sep 2014 | 8:47 pm
    Greetings from…Memphis! :)  After another week working in Nashville, I’m safe at home. Safe, and zonked. For the most part, the week was quiet. I worked my paid job in the morning and my unpaid job for a few hours in the afternoon and evening. And I walked a lot in between. I started on Sunday with a return to Two Rivers Park and Shelby Bottoms trails. Y’all remember this bridge over the Cumberland River from my last Nashville trip: Here’s a look from the bridge down to the Shelby Bottoms greenway: Not so bad getting down there, but getting back up wasn’t so…
  • Road Notes…and Not Much Else

    Cammy Chapel
    8 Sep 2014 | 4:06 pm
    I’m zipping along here, still going a half dozen different ways but in a mostly controlled manner. I had a work trip to the Nashville area last week, which was quite enjoyable because I got to stay in the Opryland area. Not that I care anything about Opryland, but I do LOVE the miles of paved walking trails in the area. After taking a couple of days off all exercise to try to get my back straightened out, I was more than ready to MOVE. On the drive over I had some BBQ Tofu Bites for sustenance. And to keep from gnawing off my arm. These things are tasty travel snacks, let me tell you,…
  • Q & A: The Labor Day Edition

    Cammy Chapel
    1 Sep 2014 | 5:53 pm
    Did you have a labor-filled Labor Day? I did…until my sciatica (self-diagnosed) started up, and then I had a s-l-o-w, and largely horizontal, weekend. As I was reclining on my heating pad and watching the Cardinals reclaim first place in the National League Central (yay!), the announcers mentioned a Q&A with…well, somebody I’ve forgotten. But it did prompt me to create a new Q & A post here. I just love learning more about y’all! So here we go: To tie in with Labor Day, I’m wondering what was your favorite job ever? In case you can’t think of one,…
  • Alphabet Soup: H (as in Hurry Up and Post Before Something Else Comes Up)

    Cammy Chapel
    25 Aug 2014 | 5:47 am
    Despite appearances to the contrary, The Tippy Toe diet has NOT become a monthly or semi-monthly blog. Things just keep coming up! But it’s quiet right now, so I’m going to sneak in my next installment of Alphabet Soup, the series in which I explore–alphabetically–the words and concepts that help me with weight management. “H”, as it turns out, was/is a very helpful letter for me in dealing with matters of weight. First and foremost, the concept of making healthier choices, even if not always the healthiEST choice, helped me transition from a mostly…
  • Back to Basics

    Cammy Chapel
    13 Aug 2014 | 7:48 pm
    I’ve been whining a lot about my crazy schedule, but I’m pleased to say that this has been a better week for me. My schedule is still all over the place, but I’m feeling very much on point with my nutrition and exercise. That alone helps combat stress and fatigue. I’m hoping it will also help with getting the proper amount of sleep. One of the things I’ve done to feel more “in control” is to return to full meal logging in sparkpeople. It takes only a few minutes a day and should be helpful for peace of mind, if nothing else. I haven’t made any…
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    Mamavation

  • How to Eat Organic on the Cheap

    Elizabeth
    17 Sep 2014 | 7:10 am
    Eating organic is no longer a fad, it’s a full blown movement. “Organic food sales are increasing by double digits annually, and more than 80 percent of parents reported buying organic food for their families last year,” said Laura Batcha, Interim Co-Executive Director for OTA. This shift towards organic makes sense considering the benefits. Not only are you eliminating pesticides, GMOs, and artificial ingredients, but you’re also getting more nutrition. Still, with all of these reasons to eat an organic diet, there is a big reason some families don’t make the…
  • Top 5 Benefits of Hypnotherapy

    Elizabeth
    11 Sep 2014 | 4:52 pm
    Wellness is all about overall health, of the body, mind, and spirit. What better way to achieve this than to tap into your mind to make necessary changes? I spoke with Aimee Fuller, Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist, to learn the benefits of hypnotherapy and how they can help improve your life. Aimee shared her top 5 benefits for using hypnotherapy, and you might be surprised at all it can do for you. 1. Release fears and/or phobias (spiders, rats, flying, heights, people, germs, terrorists, dogs, failure, childbirth, etc…) Hypnotherapy is extremely effective in releasing these deeply…
  • Top 10 Toxins that May Be Lowering Your Child’s IQ Right Now

    Gina Badalaty
    9 Sep 2014 | 6:11 am
    Increased exposure to toxins in and around our homes caused by every day products like nail polish and the beds we sleep on can lead to ADHD, lowered IQ, and other neurological problems that can harm your child’s brain. From pregnancy through the first 5 years of life, children are far more susceptible to damage and health problems caused by these toxins - so much so that the EPA has a dedicated division, the Centers for Children’s Environmental Health and Disease Prevention Research, just to research these issues. What are these toxins and what can you do about it? Here is a list…
  • Farming or Pharming?

    Elizabeth
    8 Sep 2014 | 5:00 am
    There are a lot of misconceptions about GMOs out there. I suppose when food becomes mostly about science and patents, it can get a bit confusing. I’m here to set the record straight on a common area of confusion, hybrids v. GMOs. What Are Hybrid Crops? These seeds are developed through cross-breeding two different, but compatible plants. This is a phenomena that occurs in nature, but with the help of farmers, the process has been sped along. What normally takes a dozen or so generations to develop, now can occur in the first generation. It’s a fairly low-tech method, best…
  • Relax and Revitalize

    Elizabeth
    4 Sep 2014 | 8:38 am
    Let’s face it, life can be stressful. As Moms, we tend to live busy lives and take on a lot of responsibility. Often, what gets neglected is our own personal well being. If we don’t take care of ourselves, then how can we fully take care of our families? We owe it to ourselves to take some time to relax and revitalize to eliminate some of our stress. Then we can get back to our busy lives, but ready to handle it all. This week on Mamavation TV, we will be delving into hypnotherapy and self hypnosis. These techniques can help you make lasting changes in your life in the mind, body,…
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    Skinnytaste

  • Turkey Picadillo Stuffed Sweet Plantains

    16 Sep 2014 | 4:48 am
    These sweet plantains are baked in the oven and then stuffed with a savory turkey picadillo filling and topped with cheese – pretty hard to resist! Similar to a Puerto Rican Pastelón which is really more of a plantain lasagna, instead these are made as individual boats which are easy to make, filling and perfect as a main dish.If you're not very familiar with plantains, they are similar to bananas only they need to be cooked. Green plantains are usually meant for salty chips or tostones, but when the plantains are very ripe, almost black, that's when they are at their sweetest!
  • Applesauce Nut Bread

    13 Sep 2014 | 9:30 am
    Moist cinnamon apple bread made with homemade applesauce, small chunks of fresh apples and walnuts in every bite. It's so moist and delicious, you won't believe it's low fat!I'm going apple picking tomorrow upstate New York and I am totally planning on making my crock pot applesauce and this awesome applesauce bread so I thought I would revive this from the archives for anyone else out there who might also be apple picking. The scent of cinnamon and apples baking in the oven all morning makes my kitchen smell like Fall.You can also make this with store bought apple sauce, but…
  • Skinny Garlic Parmesan Fries

    10 Sep 2014 | 9:16 am
    These delicious fries are baked in the oven with garlic, a little olive oil, kosher salt and black pepper, then sprinkled with freshly grated Parmesan and parsley – to die for!Inspired by a night out with friends, my girlfriend ordered something very similar although fully fried and I couldn't stop eating them – I knew I had to make them at home!Yesterday I set out to see if I can recreate them, and luckily I had a houseful of people who helped me taste test them. BIG HIT with everyone in my house!! You don't miss the fact that they are not fried at all, and the garlic smells…
  • The Skinnytaste Cookbook: Get a 19-Page Bonus Pack, a 4-Week Dinner Plan Plus 3 New Bonus Recipes with Pre-Order

    8 Sep 2014 | 9:23 am
    It's hard to believe in only a few weeks The Skinnytaste Cookbook will be hitting the bookstores – I'm beyond excited!! And have I mentioned how grateful I am for all your support?Well this week, as an added bonus (and a thank you to all of you who have already pre-ordered the book!), if you pre-order The Skinnytaste Cookbook BEFORE September 30th, I will send you a FREE 19-page bonus pack with a 4-week dinner plan, a weekly shopping list, an early look at a few of the recipes from the book plus 3 new exclusive recipes that do not live on skinnytaste.com or in the cookbook:Slow Cooker…
  • 50 Light and Healthy Soup Recipes

    7 Sep 2014 | 12:28 pm
    Here's a great roundup of 50 easy, healthy, low-calorie soup recipes made with real food!Fall is fast approaching and you know what that means...we're looking for more comforting food to make for our family.  And what's more comforting than a bowl of soup? Here's a roundup of some of my most popular soup recipes, most of them are freezer friendly and make great leftovers! Enjoy!Crock Pot Minestrone Soup– the BEST Minestrone soup recipe you'll ever tryTurkey Meatball Spinach Tortellini Soup is an easy, kid-friendly soup and a great way to warm up on a cold winter night. One…
 
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    St.Vincent Bariatrics

  • LifeLines: Week of 9/15/14

    Editorial Staff
    15 Sep 2014 | 8:58 am
    Obesity can lead to many serious medical issues. But if you’re overweight, you have lots of options to get your health back on track. One of the options you might want to consider is bariatric surgery. It’s a proven way to help obese people lose excess weight safely. If you have any questions about bariatric surgery, you’re invited to attend one of our free bariatric weight loss seminars where you can get all your questions answered by an experienced health professional. And while you’re here, be sure to take a look around MyBrandNewLife.org for the latest news and stories about…
  • LifeLines: Week of 9/8/2014

    Editorial Staff
    8 Sep 2014 | 8:52 am
    Making the decision to have bariatric surgery is a serious commitment. But it can lead to some amazing benefits—and help you feel like a totally new person. If you’re interested in learning more about bariatric surgery, come check out one of our free bariatric weight loss seminars. You can get all your questions answered by an experienced health professional. In the meantime, be sure to find the latest news about fitness, healthy eating and bariatric surgery right here at MyBrandNewLife.org! In a new study conducted at Tufts University, scientists found that a person’s brain can…
  • LifeLines: Week of 9/1/2014

    Editorial Staff
    2 Sep 2014 | 12:28 pm
    If you’re concerned about the effect your weight is having on your health, you might give some thought to bariatric surgery. It’s an effective approach with a proven track record. Get the facts and check out your options by signing up for one of our many free bariatric weight-loss seminars. While you’re here, have a look around MyBrandNewLife.org for answers, stories, health tips, recipes and more. A new study has just been published in a clinical journal showing that bariatric surgery could reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease for obese women. The study found that after the women…
  • LifeLines: Week of 8/25/14

    Editorial Staff
    25 Aug 2014 | 9:25 am
    If you’ve been trying to lose weight but struggling with your results, consider attending one of our free bariatric weight loss seminars. Ask questions, get answers and start planning the decisions that can lead to a brand new life. And while you’re here, take a look at MyBrandNewLife.org for news, stories, recipes and much more! There are plenty of great reasons to get regular exercise: improving your mood, increasing your energy-level and, certainly not least, attaining or maintaining a healthy weight. As one more incentive, a recent study from France shows that regular physical…
  • LifeLines: Week of 8/18/14

    Editorial Staff
    18 Aug 2014 | 12:28 pm
    If you’re struggling to lose weight, bariatric surgery might be your best option. These procedures are safe, and have a long-documented history of producing great results for patients. If you think that bariatric surgery might be right for you—or you just want to learn more about these procedures—you’re invited to attend one of our free informational seminars. And remember, you can find all the latest news about weight loss, nutrition and healthy living each week right here at MyBrandNewLife.org. Having trouble sticking to your diet plan? The reason might actually have to do with…
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    The WannaBuddy Blog

  • Another Study Says Drink More Wine!

    John
    18 Sep 2014 | 7:56 pm
    There are been numerous research studies trying to prove (or disprove) the healthful effects of drinking wine. It is easy to see how a glass of wine after a long day can help reduce stress, but can it really help your overall health? A new study seems to take a conservative approach, a reasonable number of volunteers (sign me up!) and a long study period, all in an attempt to show the way for the wine-drinking public. Here's what they found.Dr. Miloš Táborský, from the Palacký University in the Czech Republic, was the principle investigator for this study, cleverly named In Vino Veritas…
  • Low Carb or Low Fat?

    John
    3 Sep 2014 | 1:31 pm
    Want an easy way to start a fight among diet gurus? Just ask which strategy is better for weight loss and overall health: a low carb or low fat diet? Then stand back and watch those temperatures rise. There must be an answer, right? Finally, a scientific, broadly-based study might just put this controversy to rest. Now, no peeking, which strategy do you think is best?Dr. Lydia Bazzano, with Tulane University, received a grant from the National Institutes of Health to resolve the low fat vs. low carb debate. The results of her research were recently published in the Annals of Internal…
  • 10 Tips to Maximize Your Workout

    John
    29 Aug 2014 | 9:36 am
    If you are going to dedicate the time to work out, the least you can do is be sure to get the most out of the time you've invested. Why not max it out? Here are ten tips for squeezing the last drop of goodness out your sweat time.The Prep[1] Eat before and after you train. You are going to be tearing down muscle fibers and (hopefully) burning through fat deposits. Remember to have a light snack of low-fat protein and a bit of complex carbohydrate about 30 minutes before you train. Consider a cup of coffee beforehand, too. Some research indicates that the caffeine helps you maintain your…
  • Take This With a Grain of Salt

    John
    21 Aug 2014 | 8:39 pm
    Salt has played a central role in human existence from the dawn of time. Early civilizations used it for money. Everyone uses it for seasoning. Good people are considered the salt of the earth. Wow, as ubiquitous as salt is, why is there so much disagreement over salt in our daily lives?Without salt, we will die. That establishes something of a "lower bound" on how much salt to eat. But how much is ideal? That seems to depend on which scientific research you choose to believe. Two recent research reports have come to dramatically different conclusions.One study was recently published in…
  • The Stairway to Better Health

    John
    15 Aug 2014 | 2:36 pm
    We seem to be obsessed with exercise equipment. One visit to a health club is enough to boggle the mind. The variety and complexity of workout apparatus is truly amazing! On the other hand, something as simple and ubiquitous as the humble stairway might be the answer to our swelling waistlines. Could this be? Climbing stairs as a health initiative?Climbing stairs is surprisingly healthful. On a "per minute" basis, climbing stairs burns more calories than jogging, and is easier on your body.One study of Harvard University alumni tracked the physical activity of 11,000 volunteers over a dozen…
 
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    My Fitness Hut: Build Muscle, Burn Fat, Boost Metabolism, Lose Weight

  • Eat Protein to Build Muscle, Burn Fat and Reduce Hunger

    17 Sep 2014 | 3:35 pm
    Eat protein with every meal. It will help you cut calories without feeling hungry because you are eating enough. And, it will help your fat loss and weight loss efforts. One of the knocks on fad diets is that you feel like you're starving most of the time.For example, a study published in Nutrition Research shows that a breakfast including eggs reduces hunger pangs and decreases calorie intake for the rest of the day. It takes your body longer to digest protein, so you will fill fuller for a longer period of time by eating more foods rich in protein (thermic effect).  All the foods you…
  • How Squats Build Muscle, Burn Fat and Boost Metabolism

    10 Sep 2014 | 1:31 pm
    Some form of squat exercise should be a part of every strength workout you do. The squat will help you build more muscle, burn more fat and speed up your metabolism. The squat will not injure you if you do the exercise correctly.Learn how to do the barbell squat exercise to prevent injury.There is probably no other exercise that has a greater impact on your body's musclebuilding, metabolism and energy expenditure. Why? Because the squat is a total body movement exercise.This means your legs (especially quadriceps, hamstrings and glutes), abdominals and lower back are…
  • A Skinny-Fat Person and Body Mass Index

    7 Sep 2014 | 6:57 pm
    You need to know where you are fat no matter what your Body Mass Index may be. You can be skinny with high body fat (skinny-fat). You may also be normal weight obese. Too much body fat is not good even if you have a good Body Mass Index.If you don't combine healthy, managed nutrition with consistent weight training and interval cardio exercise, you probably have high body fat even if you are a skinny person (probably due to genetics).Many people are confused about what Body Mass Index (BMI) means as it relates to body fat.Keep in mind that it is just one tool to use when you are looking…
  • Is Your Body Acidic or Alkaline?

    5 Sep 2014 | 12:38 pm
    The cells in your body will only operate as well as you feed them.  You have heard "you are what you eat" and "food is medicine."  Believe it.                                     When your body is functioning at its optimal level, bodily fluids and tissues exist in a slightly alkaline state (not acidic). The foods you eat often becomes the raw material to rebuild its tissue. Your pH balance can quickly become unbalanced if your diet consists largely of "acidifying" foods. Read more about…
  • 10 Tips to Stop Sugar Cravings and Addiction

    1 Sep 2014 | 5:22 pm
    Most people can’t go through the day without loads of sugar. They come in many forms – donuts, chocolates, soda, coffee and even fruit juices. Everyone knows sugar is bad for our health in one way or another but that doesn’t stop you from consuming more than the allowable amount on a daily basis. But just the thought of ditching your sweet treats already leave you feeling week and sad, which makes you crave for them even more. Sugar has become a vital part of our daily lives. When we need a jolt, we grab a cup of espresso, frappe or milk tea that’s loaded with sugar. When we feel down…
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    Lose Weight FastLose Weight Fast

  • Take The Extra Weight Off For Good

    admin
    18 Sep 2014 | 5:29 pm
    You have tried to lose weight. You probably found something that worked well at one time, but you tire of them quickly. Maybe you have tried a quick diet or exercise routines. Staying active is a good way to shed some pounds.Riding a bike or taking a walk helps your burn a lot of calories, while sitting on the couch will not.A little bit of activity everyday is all you need, so make an effort to add it into your life. TIP! Ditch the egg yokes if you want to lose weight. As nutrient rich as the yolk is, it also contains cholesterol and fat which will not coincide with your diet. Do not buy…
  • Lose Weight Fast With These Great Tips

    admin
    17 Sep 2014 | 5:28 pm
    It’s difficult to shed weight when you aren’t aware how to do so. It can be even harder if you’ve tried multiple times without success and nothing seems to be working successfully. This article will allow you the basic rules that you should follow to shed some pounds. Skipping meals is counterproductive to any weight is not a strategy for long term success. Skipping meals can hurt your weight reduction plan. TIP! It may seem as if going on a fad diet is an ideal way to get a jump-start on losing weight. However, if you want to lose weight in a healthy and sustainable manner,…
  • Diet And Exercise Rules For Weight Loss Success

    admin
    16 Sep 2014 | 11:44 am
    Losing those pounds can be really tough if you’re just trying to make some changes to your weight for the lifestyle you must follow feels absolutely alien to you. Here is a little advice so you on this. A good way to take off the pounds quickly is to replace everything you drink only water and no other beverages. Juice, soda, soda and coffee are high in calories. Water doesn’t have calories and it also helps fill you up. TIP! You achieve the best weight loss results when you understand everything that works best for your body type and lifestyle. If you’re a morning person,…
  • Arm Yourself With Some Great Weight Loss Tips

    admin
    15 Sep 2014 | 4:41 am
    Summer is just around and that means bathing suit season is approaching. You may decide to do this by yourself, but by following the right exercise, diet, a healthy diet, you will be able to have the necessary squeeze needed to get back in shape. Try not working out all the time when trying to lose weight. This is a good tip for people who don’t like exercising. Instead, trick yourself into doing fun activities such as walking the dog, such as hiking, riding your bike, tossing a ball or taking a bike ride. This can be rewarding and not seem like work. TIP! Choose exercises and physical…
  • Get Slim With These Weight Loss Tips And Tricks

    admin
    13 Sep 2014 | 7:03 pm
    Losing weight can cause a very discouraging process. You can have times where the pounds just seem to fall off and other times when you stay at the same weight loss plan. Sometimes, if you hit a place where you are not losing weight, that just means it is time to try something different.Here are a few weight loss ideas to try so you keep losing pounds after you reached that might jump-start your weight loss again. This will reduce the cravings that you avoid eating too much. It will help you consume less calories every day to reach fitness goals. TIP! If you are concerned about your weight…
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    Roni's Weigh

  • Pizza and Wings and Beer, Oh My!

    roni
    19 Sep 2014 | 6:49 pm
    Here I am, again, on the eve of a CrossFit competition. If I sit back and really think about it, this feeling, this, right now, is why I love to push myself out of my comfort zone so much. Well, this combined with the feeling I’ll have afterwards. It’s like 24 hours of pure adrenaline. It’s the same exact feeling I used to get before running events or on the starting line of a Tough Mudder.  I think I’m addicted to the feeling of attempting something I never thought I could even do.  Wow. That kind of just came out of me, and I think it’s the first time…
  • Now I’ve Done it. D’oh!

    roni
    17 Sep 2014 | 7:58 pm
    <Bill Lumbergh Voice> Ummm yeah. So I guess we should probably go ahead and have a little talk. Hmm? </Bill Lumbergh Voice> OK, sorry, I just got uber geeky on you, but I needed a chuckle. The past 2 days have been, dare I say, stressful? I know I have the cushiest job in the world. I mean, I work for myself.  I’m not a brain surgeon or fighter pilot or, geesh, even a teacher. I’m a blogger. I blog. I tell people about my day and share photos of my kids. I mean really, I have NOTHING to complain about. I’m my own boss and I love, love, LOVE what I do.
  • 5 Samples That Have Turned Into My Must-Have Amazon Picks

    roni
    15 Sep 2014 | 6:52 pm
    I’m not the biggest online shopper. During the holidays? Sure, I’ll grab a few items when procrastinating work but overall I like to shop in a store where I can touch, feel, try on and read labels. I like exploring new products and, if I didn’t have the kids with me most of the time, I could peruse the grocery store aisles for hours. However, there are a few products I either can’t find regularly in local stores or are simply only available online, at least in my area. These are items I was asked to sample in the past that today I place regular orders for: PB2 Powdered…
  • 10 Miles and Blue Angels

    roni
    14 Sep 2014 | 6:53 pm
    It’s been a Sensational Sunday and for as much as I’d love to sit at my desk and recap, I’m EXHAUSTED! All I want to do is veg on the couch and watch the Food Network. Unfortunately, I still have a load of laundry to fold, too. I need to replace my laptop so I can work in the living room again. I miss it even though it’s probably a blessing in disguise. All that is my way of saying, I’m going to make this quick. This morning started with Cocoa Dusted Banana Bites and 10 miles. I’m not going to even pretend to be humble about it. I KILLED those 10 miles!
  • First Things First, I’m a Realist

    roni
    12 Sep 2014 | 12:07 pm
    OK, so I’m a big fan of Fancy by Iggy Azalea.  It’s a catchy tune. (Wow, can I sound any older and out of touch?) Anyway, the first line in the song is: First thing’s first, I’m the realest Which I always jokingly change to: First Things First, I’m a Realist And it cracks The Husband up! I’m not as talented as Weird Al because if I was I’d write an entire parody with the 9-Year-Old who, cleverly sang, “I’m So Sandy” while at the beach this summer. Wouldn’t that be cute? Anyway, the real reason I’m popping in today is…
 
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    MotleyHealth

  • Baby fat problem on chest, stomach, back and hips

    MotleyHealth
    15 Sep 2014 | 3:36 pm
    Question Hi motley, i have been struggling with my weight as i have lost a lot of weight but still have baby fat around my chest, stomach, back and hips. Can you please give me advice on how i can… Read more → The post Baby fat problem on chest, stomach, back and hips appeared first on MotleyHealth.
  • Give up pork for better health

    MotleyHealth
    8 Sep 2014 | 9:55 am
    For centuries Jews and Muslims have banned the consumption of pork on the grounds of health. Although the exact reason why pork was banned is unclear, it is probably because the environment on pork tends to allow bacteria to multiple… Read more → The post Give up pork for better health appeared first on MotleyHealth.
  • Jennifer McIntosh talks about Shooting Workouts

    MotleyHealth
    29 Jul 2014 | 12:09 pm
    All sports require a high level of physical fitness; even when athletes hardly move. Read more → The post Jennifer McIntosh talks about Shooting Workouts appeared first on MotleyHealth.
  • 15 Fun Workouts to Try

    MotleyHealth
    29 Jul 2014 | 1:31 am
    These 15 alternative ways to get fit and strong can make exercise fun again. You do not need to spend all the time in the gym to workout. Most involve getting outdoors and all involve playful activities. Read more → The post 15 Fun Workouts to Try appeared first on MotleyHealth.
  • What’s SUP Yoga?

    MotleyHealth
    25 Jul 2014 | 1:53 pm
    SUP yoga is the new sport to hit the waves. Chill out, relax, work your core and be at one with the ocean. Read more → The post What’s SUP Yoga? appeared first on MotleyHealth.
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    Authentically Emmie

  • Cape Dress Fun

    Emmie
    11 Sep 2014 | 6:01 pm
    When I saw this cape dress, I was intrigued. The silhouette was different and considering I usually always do a maxi dress or fit & flare, I was excited by the concept of something new. I thought it could go horribly wrong or incredibly right. I got this in a Gwynnie Bee shipment (more about Gwynnie Bee here), so no risk to try it and send it back. MYNT 1792 Theadora Dress c/o Gwynnie Bee (purchase here), wearing size 26, 5’10 Munro Robyn Boot Earrings – don’t even remember brand – old! – similar I was so pleasantly surprised by this dress. I loved the print and details,…
  • Wide Calf Boots Guide 2014

    Emmie
    3 Sep 2014 | 8:17 pm
    It’s one of my favorite times of year: BOOT TIME! I love this transition from summer to fall for many reasons, but the influx of boots that come available this time of year is always something to look forward to. I buy and try on A LOT of boots. Finding wide calf boots can be incredibly frustrating, but thankfully there are a growing number of options! The key to ordering wide calf boots without going completely insane is to know your calf circumference and to pay attention to the product details. 3 tips for buying wide calf boots online: Know your calf circumference: Sit in a chair…
  • #TransparentTuesday: Get in the Stirrups

    Emmie
    2 Sep 2014 | 8:39 pm
    Hello and welcome to another edition of #TransparentTuesday! (Imagine I just read that sentence to you in some crazy announcer voice.) During #TransparentTuesday, we remove the rosy filters of social media and share real life.  This one might cross the TMI line, but I know others gals can relate. Base image credit: Stephanie GA on Flickr. Text added and color adjusted. I went to the gynecologist today. Annual exam that wasn’t quite on an annual timeframe as I kept rescheduling it. When I was in Montana for work back in July, I frantically noticed I had my exam scheduled (appointment…
  • Plus Size Labor Day Sale Roundup

    Emmie
    29 Aug 2014 | 9:36 pm
    Seasons are changing, and retailers obviously know we’re chomping at the bit for new things because the Labor Day sales that are going on right now are insane. If you want to stretch your dollars (and who doesn’t) and stock up on new wardrobe items and accessories, this is probably the best time to do it until Black Friday approaches. Here are some of my favorite sales going on, along with some of my favorite items on sale: SWAK Designs: 40% off SITEWIDE using code LABORDAYSALE82714 Janis Fringe Kimono (from this post) / Bonnie Maxi (other colors available) / Classic Denim…
  • Fringe Fun

    Emmie
    27 Aug 2014 | 11:02 am
    I’m working on expanding my style comfort zone, as you have seen with this crazy red dress, head-to-toe leopard print, and now a printed fringe kimono! I love my wrap dresses and florals and always will, but with fall quickly approaching, it’s a great time to try new pieces and get style inspiration (hello September issues!) Janis Fringe Kimono c/o SWAK (wearing 3X) – see coupon code at end of post Old Navy Tee (wearing XXL Tall) Black Pencil Skirt, old from Torrid – similar Munro Robyn Boot (up to 14WW!) Lane Bryant bangle – old, similar Crystal Lariat Necklace…
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    It Sux To Be Fat

  • Ways to Reduce Stress other than Eat…

    Jennifer Swafford
    16 Sep 2014 | 11:18 am
    Anyone else out there feeling stressed?  Good or bad stress?  Stress over a job?  Stress over money?  Stress over a relationship?  Stress over illness?  Stress over talking to an insurance company, medical bills or a debt collector?  Stress over your children?  And the list goes on and on and on. Confession Time:  My number one way to handle stress is to eat.  It is almost natural for me.  I don’t even really think about it.  Before I know it, I am in the kitchen, looking for something to eat.  It is not really even a conscious thing.  That in itself is kind of scary. My…
  • Stop Comparing Yourself to Others

    Jennifer Swafford
    14 Sep 2014 | 9:31 am
    “Comparison is the Thief of Joy” Think about that quote for a minute.  REALLY think about it.  How often do we find ourselves comparing ourselves to others and it gets us down?  I know in life, this happens a lot! It happens at our job – Fill in the blanks – ______________ is better at my job because he/she is ___________.  I do it quite often.  __________ is a better teacher because she ___________.  How does that make me feel?  Bad about myself. Comparison also happens with our friends.  ____________ is better than me because _____________.  How do we feel…
  • 10 Ways to LOSE Weight on a Cruise!

    Jacynta Harb
    8 Sep 2014 | 5:27 pm
    One of my favorite things to do with my clients is to help them strategize before they go on trips! We all know that going out of state or just to another county sometimes we can often bring back “extra baggage!” When you work SO hard losing weight and then a trip comes up, fear usually sets in and it can be hard to manage. I love being able to help each Sparkle peep plan a successful trip so they can be confident in any situation, make wise choices, and come back feeling VICTORIOUS without any extra baggage! We make a customized plan before they leave on their trip so they are more than…
  • Life is Happening – Weekly Weigh In

    Jennifer Swafford
    7 Sep 2014 | 4:13 pm
    I am still alive.  I promise! I am sorry I have been MIA lately but I think it is like this in the beginning of every school year.  I wish I could be pulled into 100 different directions but I just can’t.  I have to prioritize and do what I can do because I can’t do it all.  So, for now, I have to focus on the jobs that actually pay me money.  Unfortunately, that is not my blog and I know you suffer because I am not around much. I promise I will try to do better.  I need to take an hour or two at night to just sit down and inspire you somehow…even if I don’t feel…
  • Weight Loss Success Story: Rebecca Dodd

    Jennifer Swafford
    31 Aug 2014 | 4:14 pm
    Today’s success story is in a little different format.  I met Rebecca when I walked into Weight Watchers in January of 2009.  She was there EVERY week, eating popcorn out of her Ziplock bag sitting on the second row.  My dad and I nicknamed her, “Popcorn Girl!” I didn’t really ever sit down and chat with her during several years of weight loss but I wish I had – we were both battling infertility.  She changed meeting days and we lost touch.  Then, she started with Jacynta’s Sparkle Group and even though we never really chatted, it was like an old…
 
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    Go! Go! Gail!

  • The highly distracted gal's guide to losing weight

    Gail Gedan Spencer
    17 Sep 2014 | 5:23 am
    This is not a "starting over" post because I have not stopped anything. It's a "knuckling down" post.
  • Tunes for Tuesday: Rumble and Sway, by Jamie N Commons

    Gail Gedan Spencer
    16 Sep 2014 | 5:57 am
    Love the beat in this song, which I've heard snippets of in the past and couldn't find. Then Levi's started using it in a commercial that makes me think "I am officially too old for this Levi's demographic" as I...
  • Carrots and celery

    Gail Gedan Spencer
    12 Sep 2014 | 8:48 am
    Carrots and celery -- it's my new nighttime jam.
  • Tunes for Tuesday: Do What You Want, by OK Go

    Gail Gedan Spencer
    9 Sep 2014 | 5:00 am
    Heard this one over the weekend while watching "Sunday Night Football" and was reminded how much I love this album for working out. In addition to having it on my iPod, I also downloaded an OK Go treadmill workout where...
  • Best trainer I've ever had

    Gail Gedan Spencer
    8 Sep 2014 | 12:51 pm
    It's great when you and your trainer are on the same page.
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    Her Fitness Hut

  • 5 Reasons You Will REGAIN Weight

    Mark Dilworth - Her Fitness Hut
    15 Sep 2014 | 10:13 pm
    Its one thing to lose weight….and yet another to keep the weight off. Have you lost weight? Will it last? Or, will you weigh 30 pounds more in 2 months than you do today? Sure, you can starve yourself and... (Visited 34 times, 4 visits today) The post 5 Reasons You Will REGAIN Weight appeared first on Her Fitness Hut.
  • How to Eat Less Salt, Sugars and Unhealthy Fats

    Mark Dilworth - Her Fitness Hut
    9 Sep 2014 | 3:12 am
    Do you always know what’s in the food you’re eating? If you have been eating too much salt, sugars and unhealthy fats for a long period, you are likely experiencing health problems. Do you know how to read the food... (Visited 33 times, 3 visits today) The post How to Eat Less Salt, Sugars and Unhealthy Fats appeared first on Her Fitness Hut.
  • 5 Tips to Eat Superfoods without Gaining Weight

    Mark Dilworth - Her Fitness Hut
    5 Sep 2014 | 12:18 am
    Eating “the superfoods” will not necessarily guard against you gaining weight.   How much you eat and how much you move during the day still matters. Here are 5 ways to keep the weight gain away: 1. If you maintain a... (Visited 145 times, 23 visits today) The post 5 Tips to Eat Superfoods without Gaining Weight appeared first on Her Fitness Hut.
  • 5 Top Women’s Butt and Hip Fat Burning Exercises

    Mark Dilworth - Her Fitness Hut
    1 Sep 2014 | 12:30 am
    You can blast your butt, hip and leg fat better by working out smarter. Use a combination of strength and power exercises to burn fat faster. You may have the following trouble areas on your body: over-sized butt “saddle bags”... (Visited 1,059 times, 1 visits today) The post 5 Top Women’s Butt and Hip Fat Burning Exercises appeared first on Her Fitness Hut.
  • Juicing to Stop Belly Bloat and Burn Fat

    Mark Dilworth - Her Fitness Hut
    22 Aug 2014 | 4:49 pm
    Do you often suffer from the sluggishness and discomfort of belly bloating? You might juice, but aren’t sure how to make juices for belly bloating. It’s a fairly common thing to have happen. It makes you feel like you’ve swallowed... (Visited 54 times, 1 visits today) The post Juicing to Stop Belly Bloat and Burn Fat appeared first on Her Fitness Hut.
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    Body Confidence with Donna and Tora

  • How Anyone Can Feel Confident

    Tora Cullip
    27 Aug 2014 | 8:59 am
    Feeling confident in something that you used to be afraid of is very empowering, and it’s a whole different ballgame to seeming confident... The post How Anyone Can Feel Confident appeared first on Body Confidence with Donna and Tora.
  • What’s Wrong With Me?

    Donna Richards
    21 Aug 2014 | 4:16 am
    What’s wrong with me? Why can’t I do this? How come I can do so many other things in my life but I can’t seem to lose weight? Have you ever thought this about yourself? I know I have – in fact, I thought this for over 7 years while I went from one diet after another […] The post What’s Wrong With Me? appeared first on Body Confidence with Donna and Tora.
  • 5 Signs You Need New Gym Shoes

    Tora Cullip
    13 Aug 2014 | 9:53 am
    Most women have a soft spot for certain types of footwear - mine is gym shoes. But how do you know when it's time to buy a new pair? The post 5 Signs You Need New Gym Shoes appeared first on Body Confidence with Donna and Tora.
  • Jessica Ortner Weight Loss

    Tora Cullip
    30 Jul 2014 | 5:13 am
    New York Times bestselling author Jessica Ortner talks about weight loss and body confidence in this inspirational and informative interview with us. The post Jessica Ortner Weight Loss appeared first on Body Confidence with Donna and Tora.
  • The Best Home Workout

    Tora Cullip
    21 Jul 2014 | 10:19 am
    I'll show you how to put together the best home workout for toning up and strengthening your entire body - no gym membership or personal trainer required! The post The Best Home Workout appeared first on Body Confidence with Donna and Tora.
 
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    Hiden scret To lose weight in 2 days

  • Good Nutrition For Fat Loss

    19 Sep 2014 | 11:09 am
    By Sammy Ason While attempting to lose weight, knowing what is beneficial and harmful to eat, is key. Proper research beforehand will not only allow you to succeed in your endeavor, but establish healthy eating for a lifetime. People should start a weight loss journey with a set of goals in mind. This way, they are able to track their progress and make changes when needed, in order to stick to their plans. Learning about the types of foods and what they can do is essential when it comes to losing weight. In addition, there is an abundance of information, both online and in libraries, that can…
  • What To Know About The Gastric Sleeve Surgery In Mexico

    19 Sep 2014 | 11:08 am
    By Linda Ruiz There are so many people who are not comfortable with their bodies especially when it comes to excess weight. Luckily, one can now have their weight taken from the stomach and have a more meaningful and beautiful life. With the understanding how gastric sleeve surgery in Mexico works, one will benefit much from it and will have a life full of expectations. When it comes to this method of trimming the waist line, you should know all that is involved for you to get the right results. The doctor will remove all the excess fat in your stomach to make it slimmer. However, one needs…
  • Suggestions For Juicing Superfoods For Your Breakfast

    19 Sep 2014 | 10:31 am
    By Kristy Walker Good nutrition is vital to a healthy and long life. There are a variety of ways to obtain good nutrition in your diet. Understanding the importance of it is the first step in obtaining the vitamins and minerals essential to meeting the needs of your body and mind. Here are a few great pointers on getting to grips with this vital aspect of a healthy lifestyle. If you're almost full, don't eat anymore. This will stop your body from overeating, and let your body know it can begin the process of digesting. Eating until satisfied also helps you be the boss of your food, instead of…
  • Why Look For An In Home Personal Trainer

    19 Sep 2014 | 9:09 am
    By Mattie MacDonald Being healthy and young is a sort of a gift for anybody. Obesity, these days, has become a serious problem that a number of people have already died not to excessive body fats but due to vital organ failure caused by such condition as well as severe depression. In a nutshell, to be fat is not absolutely the issue. Rather, this is about the unpleasant impact it has on an individual's physical and mental wellbeing. That said, everyone is encouraged to begin shredding off calories through habitual fitness workouts. If not, they may consider cycling or going to work on foot.
  • How To Find Personal Trainers

    19 Sep 2014 | 8:18 am
    By Marlene Blevins You have made that decision of staying fit all the time. You know how important it is that you will not only eat the right food, but that you will work out too. Getting the right program that will meet your goals and needs can be tough, finding the right people that can help guide you though these programs is even tougher. Finding somebody who can guide you though the whole process is always very important. Besides, the number of personal trainers in Smyrna GA are considerable. Thus, use this opportunity to really ensure that you really are going to end up with a choice…
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    How To Lose Belly Fat

  • How To Overcome Procrastination That Is Holding You Back From Working Out

    Jorge Silva
    10 Sep 2014 | 3:05 pm
    How To Overcome Procrastination   Do you ever find yourself putting off a gym session, workout, or run, simply because you “can’t be bothered”? Chances are, you probably do. The good news is that it is possible to overcome that procrastination that is holding you back from completing those important workouts, and achieving your fitness […]
  • Make Your Body Kill Belly Fat

    Jorge Silva
    17 May 2014 | 2:14 pm
    Unless you have been blessed with a perfect genetic makeup, most adults, especially women, have struggled with abdominal fat. It’s unattractive, inconvenient, and it could have a serious impact on your health. Where does it come from? Why is it so hard to loose? Why doesn’t exercise make it disappear? There are so many factors […]
  • Exercise is not for everyone

    Jorge Silva
    22 Mar 2014 | 4:54 pm
    Exercise is not for everyone. For some women, there is no time to exercise! Others hate it because it’s an hard task. While the rest either can’t afford a gym membership or are restricted to exercise due to medical conditions. If you are one of them, does it mean you will remain overweight all your […]
  • Fast Weight Loss Exercise Program

    Jorge Silva
    5 Mar 2014 | 7:29 am
    A weight loss exercise program is quite simple to develop. The question is, “Can you stick with it long enough to lose weight?” Exercise is important to maintaining a healthy body and a healthy mind. We also know exercise is an important part in our plan to control the body weight. There is a big […]
  • 25 rules to loose weight and keep it off

    Jorge Silva
    21 Feb 2014 | 4:03 pm
    Rule # 1. Make a realistic weight-loss goal. One to two kilos a week is about right. Rule # 2. Keep a list of what you consume. Dieters who keep a record of everything they eat lose more weight than those who don’t. Rule # 3. Get yourself motivated. Get a piece of clothing that […]
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    Smart Way To Fat Loss

  • How To Stay Motivated To Lose Weight No Matter The Season

    Steve
    18 Sep 2014 | 8:07 am
    During the summer, the warm weather makes it more conducive to engaging in outdoor activities and to staying fit. Sunlight is known to improve mood and overall well-being; and sensible amounts of sunlight can have a very positive impact on you and make your weight loss efforts feel less challenging. Now, as the length of the days continue to decrease, this is a true sign that those glorious days of summer are coming to an end. Due to this seasonal change, many of you may have already started to lose some of your enthusiasm for sticking to your weight loss and fitness goals. If you’re having…
  • Forget Just Counting Calories If You Want To Be Healthy

    Steve
    8 Sep 2014 | 3:18 am
    Millions of people all over the world are increasingly becoming obese. With more people becoming sick from the wide range of diseases that come with obesity, there’s a lot of confusion when it comes to losing weight and being healthy. This is a guest post by Wally Brown, who is sharing his thoughts on why focusing on the calorie count alone is not enough for you to lose the weight and keep it off in a healthy way. Most experts agree that the simple way to lose weight is simply to cut your calories, and burn more calories than you consume. What almost no experts ever mention with this…
  • Vegetarian Diet For Weight Loss

    Steve
    4 Sep 2014 | 2:02 am
    A vegetarian diet is full of fibre and anti-oxidants. With no animal protein and fats, it is one of the best diets to embark upon if you are trying to lose weight, as eating fruits and vegetables fill you with energy and give all the essential nutrients without any harmful excessive fats. This is a guest post by Sameena at urbanwired, who is sharing her thoughts on how to get the right balance with a vegetarian diet when trying to lose weight. Here are some tips to follow in a vegetarian diet plan that will fill you up and keep you healthy: Balance your diet: Fruits and vegetables are rich…
  • 3 Weight-Loss Beverages You Actually Enjoy

    Steve
    12 Aug 2014 | 2:56 am
    When it comes to diet and weight loss, we’ve all heard the adage ‘don’t drink your calories’. So we swap sugary sodas for blended fruit smoothies or (better yet) run some vegetables through the juicer. The problem – at least in my opinion – with advice like this, is that it focuses too much on what we shouldn’t be doing. It restricts us. This is a guest post by Juliet Martin, who is sharing her thoughts on enjoyable beverages that could actually help with your weight loss efforts. What if we approached the topic of weight loss from a different perspective?
  • 45lb Down, Only 25lb To Go!

    Steve
    21 Jul 2014 | 4:11 am
    Accountability Report Q2 2014 Sat here hot and sweaty in the sunshine I can say that summer is well and truly here and Q2 is sadly a distant memory already. If you recall I committed to give you a quarterly progress report on my health and fitness goals during 2014 – if you’d like a recap you can check here to see what these were and my reasons. I want to keep these updates quick, clear and to the point. Please do ask any questions if you want to know more and do also let me know how you’re progressing with your own goals. If you have a similar blog feel free to leave a…
 
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    Full Plate Living

  • A Recipe That Gives You 6 Fiber Foods in a Single Bite

    Amy Hanus
    17 Sep 2014 | 11:21 am
    Cooker’s block stinks. Feeling blah about what to cook is even worse.No worries! I have a recipe you need to try with your next meal. And if you’re not sure what to pair it with, you can try the suggested meal at the bottom of this post.So go ahead and say “I’m going to give this recipe a try” to yourself before we go on. You really need to. It will surprise you.
  • Answering Reader Questions: Are there any casseroles I can lose weight on?

    Amanda Martin
    17 Sep 2014 | 10:56 am
    We want you to know that our goal is to meet you where you are and to help you enjoy Full Plate Living, we offer these casserole recipes for your cooking and eating pleasure.
  • The Ultimate Guide to Healthy Freezer Cooking: Spend Less Time in Your Kitchen and Save Money

    Amanda Martin
    10 Sep 2014 | 12:22 pm
    Do you feel like dinner is always sneaking up on you? Do you wish you had healthy meals already prepared or at the very least, started? Freezer cooking is the answer.
  • 5 Weight Loss Friendly Breakfasts for Diabetics

    Michelle Jones
    9 Sep 2014 | 12:09 pm
    5 breakfasts that not only help you control your blood sugar levels, they also help you keep your weight in check. Awesome!
  • A Video Guide for How to Make a Healthier Weeknight Dinner in 15 Minutes

    Dan Braun
    4 Sep 2014 | 1:45 pm
    Do you ever suffer from cooker’s block? It’s the blank you draw around 3pm when trying to come up with what to fix for dinner.Cooker’s block is often the most debilitating when combined with a recent commitment to eat healthier.The pressure to make the perfect healthy meal your family will eat can be enough to render you overwhelmed and stuck.Try a Burrito night - A realistic and healthy Full Plate dinnerThere are lots of delicious and healthy ways to Power Up a burrito.
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    Slimarea

  • Top 20 Weight Loss Transformations Of August 2014

    Anna White
    16 Sep 2014 | 1:56 am
    Today we have collected best weight loss transformations of June 2014. We hope that those great pictures will motivate you to acheive your dream body. keto-kitten.tumblr.com “ A lot of skin showing.. I know and I’m sorry about that. But.. I walked by the mirror and had to do a double take of my body, seriously can’t believe I look like this. I still look in the mirror expecting to see the girl I was a couple of months ago. I got a long way to go but heck I’m proud of myself! (Excuse the messy bed, I literally just woke up) End of February and today I’m 5’5” and I don’t pay…
  • Meal Plan to Kick Start Your Weight Loss Goals

    Anna White
    16 Sep 2014 | 1:11 am
    The eloquent blog host offered suggestions for making your meal plan successful. Her ten point suggestions includes: Preparing your food in bulk to decrease stress, make meals interchangeable, using quality products, adjust your portion size to meet your goals, and to drink a lot of water. The host shared four main ingredients each meal should have to keep you on track to lose weight. After sharing her suggestions she proceeded to give examples of the type of meal plans you can create to eat throughout the day. The one common factor each meal shared was the amount of water you should consume…
  • What’s Really Making You Fat [Infographic]

    Anna White
    16 Sep 2014 | 12:38 am
    Dieters are finding it is healthier to eat more of the green stuff and less meat. The body takes longer to digest and process meat than vegetables. This over works the system leaving the insides a little worn. Meat is important in the diets of societies around the world but those eating less seem to find better health. Eating less meat means you are eating more vegetables and gaining fewer calories. The cost of eating less meat is certainly less trying on the food budget, and great for the skin. Less meat aid in keep the arteries clear and helps prevent blood pressure problems. Choosing to…
  • 12 Unbelievable Diet Rules Backed by Science

    Anna White
    16 Sep 2014 | 12:27 am
    Knowing what to do to enable one to lose a few pounds seems to be a mystery at times. The following tips can help with the quest to a healthier, slimmer being. 1. Know What You Should Consider a Serving Everyone gets hungry and has different levels of full. Studies show that when people read and understand labels they make better decisions about what they should eat. Reading labels allows one to be mindful that one serving of the package maybe considerably smaller than one desires. 2. Take Advantage of Hidden Exercise Opportunities A brisk walk is an ideal form of exercise studies have shown.
  • 15 Banned Foods Still Allowed in the U.S.

    Anna White
    16 Sep 2014 | 12:13 am
    Keeping your pantry healthy and safe may seem like a fairly simple task, but believe it or not there are lots of foods hiding in your pantry that aren’t really safe for consumption. Here we’ve collected 15 foods and food additives that other countries have outlawed, but the United States has deemed completely safe for consumptions. Before you pop another bowl of cereal in front of your kids, or pick up a sandwich from a fast food joint read ahead and find out what is actually hiding in your innocent looking food. 1. Azodicarbonamide Azodicarbonamide is an additive that acts as an…
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    The Diet Expert

  • How to Use Enemas for Weight Loss

    Tomas J
    15 Sep 2014 | 12:00 am
    You’ve most likely heard of an enema. But do you know what is involved in the actual procedure? If not, don’t worry! Most people don’t know what an enema really is. They have been used to treat various maladies for centuries. Many people are still today interested in enemas and weight loss, and they are […]
  • The Josh Peck Weight-Loss Story

    Tomas J
    8 Sep 2014 | 12:00 am
    Growing up can be hard, it can be even harder when you are overweight. Add to that being famous and you have exactly what actor Josh Peck had to deal with. For much of his young career Peck was cast as the bumbling yet loveable husky character who offered much comedic relief. His roles garnered […]
  • 5 Medical Weight-Loss Solutions That Can Help You Lose Weight

    Tomas J
    1 Sep 2014 | 3:48 pm
    Are you trying to lose weight, but you just don’t know which medical weight-loss solution is the best? We’re going to present and explain 5 basic solutions, hoping that you will be able to pick the right one for you! What Exactly is Medical Weight Loss? Before we go any further, let’s answer the question: […]
  • Fun Facts About the Biggest Loser TV Show

    Tomas J
    27 Aug 2014 | 11:29 am
    You have probably watched at least one season of the Biggest Loser TV show. And if you haven’t watched it, I can guarantee that you have heard about it, because it’s a huge success. Not only in the US, but all around the world. Starting to air on October 19 2004, the producers and fans […]
  • 3 Things You Didn’t Know About Bob Harper

    Tomas J
    18 Aug 2014 | 7:06 am
    If you have ever watched the TV series Biggest Loser, I’m sure you know who Robert “Bob” Harper is. If you haven’t, let me tell you about who he is. Bob Harper is a world-famous fitness expert who helped celebrities like Ellen DeGeneres and Jennifer Jason Leigh (along with hundreds of people like you and […]
 
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    Weight Loss Advices

  • Things To Know About Duodenal Switch Surgery

    14 Sep 2014 | 8:24 am
    By Kerri Stout Before you will undergo the procedure, your attending doctor will explain it. He will suggest the procedure to you but you will be the ultimate person who will decide on it. The doctor cannot operate against your will unless you become incapable of making a decision. These are the things that are very important for you to know. You cannot undergo a procedure without knowing what it is and what it is for. You will be the person who will decide for yourself whether or not you will undergo the duodenal switch surgery in Mexico. Some patients are considered incapable of delivering…
  • Proven Benefits A Crossfit Training Will Provide

    11 Sep 2014 | 4:33 pm
    By Harriet Porter Every one of us are aiming to have that perfect sculpted bodies most model has. This is not impossible especially if you train very well. There are different fitness training that we can choose from these days. All we have to make sure if it is effective enough to avoid wasting time and effort. Crossfit is a new way of workout. It is getting famous nowadays because of the benefits it provides. It can even be more effective compared to the traditional way of workouts. You can actually the results in a short period of time. If you already know about this and do not know where…
  • Women's Fat Loss

    9 Sep 2014 | 12:08 pm
    By Sammy Ason Women's fat loss is an interesting topic. Time and time again, there is a new diet that women must know about. But what about men's fat loss? It seems then that this statement is true, they are not created equal! n all seriousness, men and women are created the same, but it is the variations in their DNA that cause weight loss to be different for each. DNA is what determines how women carry their weight and where they store it. This is due in part to the female body having different levels of hormones existing in a more delicate balance than in men. Because women menstruate…
  • How To Take Care Of Yourself After A Gastric Bypass Surgery

    7 Sep 2014 | 3:50 am
    By Kerri Stout Invasive procedures can actually be a pain, not only physically but with the other stuff you need to take care. Not only do you have to prepare yourself for it, you also have to make sure to pay attention to some after care tips. It is important that you pay close attention to the post op procedure too, especially for gastric bypass surgery in Mexico. There should be various after care tips you can follow for this. For example, you have to know that your body will need vitamins for recuperation. You will be eating less for the sake of not burdening your stomach so you need to…
  • Choosing The Right Weight Loss Surgery In Mexico For Long Term Results

    6 Sep 2014 | 6:31 pm
    By Linda Ruiz Dealing with body weight can be a nightmare because there are cases when ordinary remedies such as exercise or dieting will not work. In such cases, you have to opt for medical intervention such as surgery. You should not take this step lightly because surgery should only be a last resort. You must choose the right surgeon and procedure to deal with your problem. It will be possible to choose the right weight loss surgery in Mexico if you know certain tips. As you plan to go for the procedure, you should note that good results will only be obtained if you are ready to change…
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    Muscle Building Workouts, Weight Loss Strategies, Healthy Eating Tips

  • Are You Sure You’re Doing These Exercises Right?

    Ashwin Kak
    19 Sep 2014 | 10:37 am
    It all starts with some basic exercises. To get the most out of these exercises, it’s important to pay attention to form and the range of motion. Everyone should be able to do these exercises as these are very beneficial and really work on the major muscle groups of your body. Yes, it’s exactly what you’re thinking it is, and it’s exactly what we have been doing since the start of our exercise training program. You really need to get the maximum out of these exercises, so grab a notepad and jot down the vital points listed below.Exercise #1: Push-UpsCommon Mistake #1: One mistake…
  • Travel Down The Yoga Path For Steamy… Sex. Men Are You Listening?

    Krupesh Padave
    10 Sep 2014 | 3:00 am
    Peace of mind, the first thing that comes to mind when we talk of Yoga. While this might be true, the benefits of yoga extend far beyond the realm of common belief. One such realm is the beloved bedroom (for obvious reasons).Even if your thoughts conjure up images of perfectly chiseled bodies carved out in the gym rumbling between the sheets, the truth to having great sex is far off from the outer appearances. And, this is where yoga scores brownie points. Read on to know why.Boosts Staying PowerIt has been the bane of men for centuries. This very issue has given men sleepless nights in the…
  • Five Easy Ways To Eat Smart At Parties

    Ashwin Kak
    22 Aug 2014 | 3:56 am
    Parties may bring loads of delicious and decadent food, but that doesn’t mean you can’t eat smart while celebrating with friends and family. Here are 5 easy tips to help you steer clear from unhealthy choices while still sneaking in a treat or two:Tip #1: Have A Snack At Home FirstNever go to a party hungry. The minute you walk through the door you’ll be more likely to overeat, unless you have a small snack before to keep you satiated. How about munching on apples and almond butter? It has both protein and carbs, and it keeps you feeling full and satisfied.Tip #2: You…
  • Top 5 Kettle Bell Exercises For An All Body Workout

    Krupesh Padave
    10 Aug 2014 | 7:47 am
    Fat loss techniques are probably the most searched query when it comes to health and for good reason. Today’s lifestyle has resulted in people becoming overweight and scouring the internet for weight loss advice. The trouble begins when people have to buy so many equipment that it gets horribly confusing to inculcate them into your regimen.So, take my advice and do away with those shenanigans by opting for kettle bell for a whole body workout like no other.Double handed Kettle Bell SwingThis is quite like the starter before the main course. But don’t underestimate its importance in…
  • How To Get Over A Strength Training Plateau

    Ashwin Kak
    31 Jul 2014 | 3:37 am
    If you’re relatively new to strength training, you’ve probably seen some great results over the first few months of your program. But, if you’ve been at it for six months or so and have not made any updates to your program, you might notice that you’re not making the progress that you’d want to.The reason for this is that people enter what we call a ‘plateau’ stage. But there are ways that you can move past that and progress to reach your fitness goals. Ask yourself these three questions and follow some simple tips to raise the bar.Are you performing the same…
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    LAP Band Surgery

  • LAP Band Surgery Insurance

    19 Sep 2014 | 10:46 pm
    From recent studies it is found that the average time for completion of lap band surgery is three years including studying, reading and talking about surgery, procedure for conducting surgery and then post surgery appointments and sittings.
  • Medical Conditions for LAP Band Surgery Insurance

    19 Sep 2014 | 10:46 pm
    Many of the insurance companies give insurance cover based on whether or not the patient meets the medical criteria set by National Institutes of Health (NIH). Some of the recommendations made for lap band surgery patients by NIH are:
  • Recovery Plan for LAP Band Surgery

    19 Sep 2014 | 10:46 pm
    Time taken by the patient under lap band surgery for losing weight depends on the commitment and life style of patient. After lap band surgery, maximum no. of patients prefer weight loss at home but some prefer two or three days in hospital.
  • LAP Band Surgery

    19 Sep 2014 | 10:46 pm
    This website is a complete guide of LAP Band Surgery which is the most effective and desirable weight loss procedure in USA. Also find information on LAP band surgery cost and diet.
 
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    WOW Diets

  • You won’t believe what’s on the Paleo diet

    simon
    23 Aug 2014 | 3:10 am
    The Paleo Diet might be great for losing weight on our ancestor’s diet but how many people would want to stick to The post You won’t believe what’s on the Paleo diet appeared first on WOW Diets.
  • A Fresh Look at Fast Food: Just One Pillar of Obesity?

    simon
    8 Jun 2014 | 2:33 pm
    Bobby Miller Just about everyone knows obesity is a growing problem in the United States, but a shocking number of people aren’t even aware that they’re overweight. According to a survey conducted by Harris Interactive in 2010, about one third of… The post A Fresh Look at Fast Food: Just One Pillar of Obesity? appeared first on WOW Diets.
  • Parents arrested over 210lb obese child

    simon
    6 Jun 2014 | 2:43 pm
    BBC News is reporting that a British couple have been arrested on suspicion of cruelty and neglect of their obese child. The eleven The post Parents arrested over 210lb obese child appeared first on WOW Diets.
  • Is Cheap Junk Food to Blame for Rising Obesity Rates?

    simon
    6 Jun 2014 | 2:31 pm
    Diet and Fitness News June 5, 2014 | By Melissa Kvidahl | Leave a Comment As the month of June gets underway, getting right for beach season can be great fitspiration. But the truth is that most people aren’t just looking to simply shed a pesky five… The post Is Cheap Junk Food to Blame for Rising Obesity Rates? appeared first on WOW Diets.
  • Kim Kardashian’s Extreme Corset Diet

    simon
    30 Apr 2014 | 5:01 pm
    Kim Kardashian has lost a lot of weight over the last several months. She started the low-carb, high-protein Atkins diet in 2013 The post Kim Kardashian’s Extreme Corset Diet appeared first on WOW Diets.
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    dietpillswatchdog.com

  • Should You Weigh Yourself Every Week?

    Kelly Johnson
    19 Sep 2014 | 3:50 am
    Normally, we’d say no! It can cause a pretty unhealthy obsession to develop, but new research has suggested weighing yourself every week could be the secret to staving off inevitable gains. A study at the University of Birmingham has shown that people who have been successful in slimming down seem to regain less weight if they weigh themselves once a week. This is an important bit of research as every slimmer knows the battle begins once the diet ends. Despite our best intentions, it’s such a struggle to maintain a new healthy weight. It’s pretty vital that we think of new…
  • Nova Thermothin

    Kelly Johnson
    18 Sep 2014 | 11:00 pm
    Nova Thermothin is a diet pill that the makers describe as an over the counter thermogenic tummy fat burner. It is made in the UK and is suitable for vegans and vegetarians. It looks pretty good at first glance but buyers should take note: this is not the only diet pill called Thermothin on the market. We take a look at Nova Thermothin to find out more. There are a couple of diet pills on the market that go by the name of Thermothin. So to avoid confusion Nova, the company behind this one has attempted to make the difference by calling it THERMOthin. It has not really worked because even this…
  • T9 Red Fury

    Kelly Johnson
    17 Sep 2014 | 11:00 pm
    T9 Red Fury is described as the “latest fat busting” diet pill on the market and is a combination of appetite suppressing fibre with some stimulants and herbal extracts thrown in. This ingredient profile makes it look a bit more gentle on the system than the “fury” name suggests. We take a further look at T9 Red Fury to find out more. T9 Red Fury is a British made diet pill marketed in the UK by The Protein Lab. It is described as a Super Strength supplement – an image enhanced by its bright red scary looking capsules. It appears to be fairly new on the market…
  • Purium Health Products review

    Watchdog Editor
    17 Sep 2014 | 4:44 am
    I have a friend into Purium Health Products and would like your input on it. Thank you! The post Purium Health Products review appeared first on .
  • T5 Serum XT

    Kelly Johnson
    16 Sep 2014 | 11:00 pm
    Weight loss serums, also known as diet drops, have become increasingly popular in the past few years. They supposedly offer a more effective delivery system for the active ingredients, with many of these serums being held under the tongue until they are absorbed directly into the bloodstream. They also offer an alternative to pills and capsules. But, can T5 Serum XT live up to the hype that surrounds it and similar products? T5 Serum XT Pros Customer reviews mention no side effects Some clinical evidence to support ingredients T5 Serum XT Cons Little evidence that serum actually is a more…
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    Fast Fat Loss Online

  • Healthy Meals Kids Can Take to School

    Fast Fat Loss
    18 Sep 2014 | 12:28 pm
    As parents, we all worry about our kids eating healthy. Though schools are trying to get to the point where they serve all healthy food, sometimes it isn’t the healthiest for our kids. If your child carries their lunch to school, it is up to you to pack a healthy lunch for your child. So, you may be in search of healthy meals your child can carry to school with them. That is why I am putting together this list to help you out. I will sort these into three categories; main food, snacks and drinks. Main Food Ideas So, for the main course, there are a couple of things you can fix.
  • Get to Know Deborah Dolen

    Fast Fat Loss
    3 Sep 2014 | 4:31 pm
    After searching for some recipes online I came across a website that I had to share. It’s by a great writer Deborah Dolen who has written many books on DIY subjects. But the website that really made me so happy was the recipe site in which she writes for. Finding items that I never even thought of were right there on the site. One of my favorites was the DIY Vitamin Water. She has a recipe that allows you to create your own vitamin water and it is fantastic. There are loads of other recipes that are available on the site as well. Some of my favorites are listed below. Three salads that…
  • Detox For Weight Loss

    Fast Fat Loss
    30 Aug 2014 | 1:43 pm
    There are lots of reasons why someone would want to detox their body. Most people want to detox for weight loss but the benefits of detox go much deeper than simply shedding a few pounds. When you detox your body you remove many of the toxins that you’ve eaten. It can give you a great feeling of freshness and helps to make you feel more alive. For anyone who awakens each morning feeling drained and not ready to face the day then detox could be the answer you’re looking for. This is one of the recommended retreats to detoxify your body in Phuket. It’s cleanse programs…
  • Combining Grapefruit and Weight Loss is a Great Idea

    Fast Fat Loss
    9 Aug 2014 | 4:08 pm
    Losing weight is difficult for most people. However, what many people really don’t understand is that to lose weight they don’t need to spend hours on end at the gym but rather eat healthier foods. Of course spending time at the gym and exercising can help with your weight loss efforts eating the right foods can make a huge impact on your weight. One fruit that can really help in your weight loss efforts is Grapefruit. That’s right, along with all the other health benefits of a grapefruit you also get the added benefit of losing weight with it also. Check out a recent blog…
  • 5 Tips on How to Lose Water Weight Fast and Keep it Off

    Fast Fat Loss
    21 Jul 2014 | 6:19 pm
    One of the easiest ways to start losing weight is to help your body cycle the water retention. This article will help you understand how to lose water weight fast with simple steps that you can start today. Water retention can be caused by all sorts of things including a change in environment, stress, and disease. If you are not suffering from a disease that causes the water weight in your body then you can help to regulate your water retention and by doing so you can lose the extra weight. My Tips on How to Lose Water Weight Fast I’ve compiled 5 of the best tips on how to lose water…
 
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    Paleohacks Paleo Cookbook Review

  • Review of the Movie “Fed Up”

    Paula King
    19 Sep 2014 | 9:16 pm
    This is really the best deal on the Paleo diet. This product walks you step by step through the Paleo diet and lifestyle. You can get it now at 80% off and it includes five free bonus books ! This will admittedly be a brief review of the movie “Fed Up” . The film is attributed to Katie Couric and and Laurie David features people such as Kelly D. Brownell, Ph.D Pres. Bill Clinton Senator Tom Harkin Dr. Mark Hyman Ill start off by saying that I dont think that many will find the movie a real “shocker” or eye opener, however it is put together well, and contains…
  • Is It Too Inconvenient to Lose Weight ?

    Paula King
    17 Sep 2014 | 11:04 am
    This is really the best deal on the Paleo diet. This product walks you step by step through the Paleo diet and lifestyle. You can get it now at 80% off and it includes five free bonus books ! This may seem like a silly question, but in talking to people about Paleo, this question comes up a lot. The Paleo diet is considered a lifestyle as opposed to a diet. It requires an understanding of what makes us fatter and unhealthy and making changes that we can live with for the rest of our lives, rather than an extreme plan to lose x number of pounds in a short time (and then returning to being…
  • Paleo for Children-Feeding Your Cave Babies

    Paula King
    6 Sep 2014 | 7:55 am
    This is really the best deal on the Paleo diet. This product walks you step by step through the Paleo diet and lifestyle. You can get it now at 80% off and it includes five free bonus books ! As parents, we want our children to have the best of everything, and that includes the healthiest foods. Of course it is always a good idea to work with your pediatrician. Why do children need Paleo? For the same reasons adults do and maybe more. Children face many of the same allergy and health problems that we face as adults. In many cases their problems are more severe. Many children have allergies…
  • Coconut Water Frenzy

    Paula King
    2 Sep 2014 | 9:32 pm
    This is really the best deal on the Paleo diet. This product walks you step by step through the Paleo diet and lifestyle. You can get it now at 80% off and it includes five free bonus books ! As mentioned in another post, coconuts have been around for a very long time and are considered Paleo friendly. They are also one of the hottest commodities of our time. I happen to love real coconuts, the meat, and the water. But I was a bit naive to the coconut frenzy until I discovered it by accident. Somehow I missed all the ads and articles. How big is the coconut water business? One famous company…
  • Step by Step Instructions on How to Go Paleo- Paleo Even Works Part Time!

    Paula King
    21 Aug 2014 | 2:20 pm
    This is really the best deal on the Paleo diet. This product walks you step by step through the Paleo diet and lifestyle. You can get it now at 80% off and it includes five free bonus books ! Paleohacks Cookbook is a great collection of step by step directions to losing weight and feeling healthier with Paleo. Even Part Time! Its true, You can still get great results just by following Paleo 80% of the time. The Paleo meals and snacks are great, but 20% of the time you can eat whatever you like and still lose fat. Get this great system at a great price and get five bonus books free. Check the…
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    How To Get Rid Of Stomach Fat

  • Why Carry Extra Weight When You Don’t Have To

    Admin
    12 Sep 2014 | 1:34 pm
    Motivation is important when you are trying to lose weight. It is for your benefit that you want to lose weight, not for the benefit of others. Take the helpful advice contained in this article to assist you in your weight loss journey. One good tip for losing weight is not to wear clothing that is loose. If you are overweight, you may want to distract yourself and others from the weight by wearing baggy or loose clothing. You’ll be more conscious of what you actually weigh if you don’t wear baggy clothing. If you love mashed potatoes but can’t have them on your diet, try…
  • Excellent Ideas To Consider For Weight Loss

    Admin
    6 Sep 2014 | 5:37 am
    Losing weight does not have to be difficult. The information presented below will help you lose the weight and keep it off. Continue reading to find out how you can lose the weight you desire. An effective way to lose weight is to gradually reduce the amount of calories you eat everyday. Perhaps you could begin by reducing your caloric intake by 500 calories a day. Instead of lying down or sitting while on the phone, turn this time into a mini workout. Rather than staying seated, walk around while you chat. You do not have to do calisthenics. Try to walk around, and you will burn calories…
  • Lose Weight Today: A Guide To Safe Weight Loss

    Admin
    5 Sep 2014 | 7:46 am
    When it comes to weight loss, always watch out for new knowledge you hear. If it promises miraculous results, it is probably not realistic. Thankfully, the tips provided below have been proven to be effective in weight loss, so continue reading. Eating breakfast is one of the most important parts of losing weight. If you eat a good breakfast when you get up it will help with your metabolism and you won’t snack as much. Having breakfast each day prevents your body from storing away calories excessively. Don’t keep junk food in your home. This is the best way for you to reduce any…
  • Health, Happiness & Weight Loss Start With Smart Choices

    Admin
    30 Aug 2014 | 4:22 am
    Have you come to the conclusion that you need to lose some weight? Although being overweight has become fairly common, it’s not healthy. Our tips will help you lose weight and keep it off. You can be successful at losing weight; try these tips and see for yourself! Thick, chunky soups and stews are a must-have for anyone who wants to lose weight but has a hearty appetite. Try to drink and eat your calories to moderate your consumption. To fill up when eating soups, eat a soup that contains beans and big pieces of veggies instead of cream soups. People who are focusing on burning fat…
  • Need Help With Weight Loss Then Try These Reliable Strategies

    Admin
    29 Aug 2014 | 5:56 am
    Failure at losing weight is a common problem because many people are not properly educated and prepared. They may feel that their technique is the only way to lose the weight. This is never the truth. The following article is going to provide you with different ways to help achieve your weight loss goals. Try keeping a food journal to track your weight loss. This will usually cause you to eat less, as well as help you make better choices about the food that you eat. Exercise is important, but a healthy diet can make or break your ability to lose weight and maintain the loss. People should…
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    Lose Weight Fast with Shape Me

  • Our Top 4 Ways To Lose Weight For Summer

    Shape Me
    17 Sep 2014 | 3:05 pm
    If you are one of the many who have let your diet and exercise habits slip a little over the Winter months, the smell of Spring may be reminding you of the urgent need to shift a few kg quickly before bikini season well and truly arrives. Before you rush out and spend your hard earned dollars on yet another rapid weight loss program, keep in mind that there is more than enough time to lose a few kg simply by adopting a few key diet tricks over the next few weeks. While weight loss may not be as rapid using more traditional techniques, the good news is that the weight you do lose will be gone…
  • Spring Diet Plan – 10 steps to your Spring Diet Overhaul

    Shape Me
    14 Sep 2014 | 2:09 pm
    Spring is well and truly here, and even thought we may not necessarily be able to tell that from the weather, soon enough we will be! So of you have been struggling over the past few weeks and need a Spring Diet Plan to give yourself an overhaul, here are the steps you need to take to get back on track, today. 1) Shift your mindset If you have been whining about the cold since Easter, it is time to stop. The truth be known, it is not overly cold in Australia and most of us are surviving with a light jacket and scarf. Start to view the Winter months as a time to get organized and fit rather…
  • Free Recipe – Protein Pancakes, just 210 calories per serve

    Shape Me
    13 Jul 2014 | 11:10 pm
    If you’re looking for free recipes, here’s a delicious (and completely free recipe) from Shape Me, the 30 day plan, for our famous protein pancakes. These pancakes make a great breakfast if you’re craving something sweet and with their protein content are a good way to avoid morning hunger. Plus they’re just 210 calories per serve. Ingredients: 1 egg 1/4 cup buttermilk 1 tsp. butter 1/3 cup flour 1/2 tsp. baking powder 1/2 punnet of berries 1 tbsp. vanilla whey protein powder Spray canola oil 1 tbsp. ricotta for serving Preparation Method: Add egg, buttermilk and…
  • How to eat more vegetables – our top 5 tips to help you lose weight

    Shape Me
    6 Jul 2014 | 5:20 pm
    If there were one dietary tip that we could give you to ensure improved health it would be to eat more vegetables! But we also understand that busy lifestyles can get in the way of ensuring your daily vegetable intake is what it should be. So if you have a hectic daily routine, or if you just need some tips for how to eat more vegetables every day, here are a few of our favourite tips: 1) Order fruit and vegetables online Try ordering your fruit and vegetables online – this way you will always have a supply of fresh fruits and vegetables on hand, no matter how busy your week gets.
  • You can lose weight eating chocolate – here’s how

    Shape Me
    9 Jun 2014 | 10:42 pm
    Change how you think about food. A lot of clients admit that after our sessions, they cannot believe that they are still allowed to eat the chocolate, cheese or drink wine, as part of their day to day diet. But it’s true, you can still lose weight eating chocolate and other rich foods. The trick to gaining control over your eating is to star to think of food in terms of quality over quantity. Rich foods such as chocolate and cheese are actually an important part of the nutrient balance. While they are relatively high in fat, if we start looking at them as things to be enjoyed in…
 
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    Quitting Is Never An Option

  • Happy Dance

    Kassie
    15 Sep 2014 | 5:51 pm
    What a difference a week makes!  This is why I say “Quitting Is Never an Option!”  You are going to have a bad week here and there throughout your weight loss journey but if you let one bad week ruin all of your efforts, you will never know what might have been.  I was feeling really down after last week’s weigh-in but certainly not down enough to give up.  Thank goodness! I decided to dig my heels in and just keep pushing this past week and I am so glad I did!  As I keep saying, follow the Weight Watchers plan because IT WORKS!  Following the plan, I was able to lose 5 lbs. this…
  • Where There’s a Will There’s a Weigh

    Kassie
    8 Sep 2014 | 7:03 pm
    I could not write this post on Friday because I was not in the right frame of mind and I knew it.  When I started this blog, the idea was to encourage all of you and I definitely did not have anything encouraging to say on Friday.  I am ashamed to say that I let my frustrations get the better of me and I had two crying melt-downs before Noon.  Now that my pity party is over, I feel like its safe to tell you about my weigh-in. For the third week in a row my weight was up and this time it was bad.  I went up 3.6 lbs. and the worst part was that I had truly committed to sticking to plan and…
  • Honesty IS the Best Policy

    Kassie
    4 Sep 2014 | 4:30 pm
    I know I preached about being honest with yourself in my last post but I wanted to let you know that I am living my own advice and it really is working.  I cannot say for sure what the scale will say tomorrow but regardless of the number, I will be able to look at it and know that I gave it a true effort this week.  No BLT’s here and there that I have cleverly left off of my tracker so that they wouldn’t count, no crazy eating plans, and no deviating from the Weight Watchers plan that worked so well for me as I lost the first 165 lbs. The best part of being honest with myself is how…
  • Wrong Weigh

    Kassie
    2 Sep 2014 | 6:43 pm
    They say that honesty is the best policy.  If this is true, why does it seem to be so difficult to be honest with ourselves?  Maybe this is not such a struggle for all of you, but I am really battling with it right now.  I have no problem being honest with all of you; unfortunately that is not as beneficial to me as being honest with me would be. I had a great conversation with a good friend at my Weight Watchers meeting on Friday and that conversation really opened my eyes to the fact that I’m not being completely honest with myself.  This friend reminded me that I know how to do the…
  • Only Eighteen Weeks

    Kassie
    27 Aug 2014 | 4:00 pm
    It just occurred to me this morning that there are only 18 weeks left in this year!  Can you believe it?  New Year’s Day is exactly 18 weeks from tomorrow!  On the one hand, eighteen weeks sounds like a considerable amount of time; on the other hand, I know that time will actually pass very quickly. Most of you know I am not a fan of waiting for a special date or day of the week to start pursuing your weight loss goals so you will not be surprised to hear that I think TODAY is a great day to start a weight loss program (if you haven’t already).  I know that weight loss is a very…
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  • Use These Tips To Get A Flat Belly

    Flat Belly Blog
    23 Aug 2014 | 8:26 am
    To get a flat belly stands out as the most challenging part of weight loss as the excess fat in the stomach area forms a stubborn layer that burns really slowly. You cannot expect to get a flat belly in a week’s time. It’s time consuming, however with patience and persistence it isn’t an unattainable task.Setting up your diet plan and charting out a proper physical exercise regimen are the two most basic ways by which you can eradicate the excess fat around the belly. After you have shed that fat, you should carry on with your diet and exercise routine to be sure that you…
  • Ephedrine And Caffeine Are More Effective In Weight Loss

    Flat Belly Blog
    1 Aug 2014 | 8:51 am
    What is ephedrine?Ephedrine, chemically we can name it alkaloid and it has been derived from many plants and one of the plant is ephedra. Ephedrine is commonly used as decongestant, a stimulant, concentration aid and also for treating hypotension. Ephedrine is sympathomimetic amine and its structure is quite similar to synthetic derivatives. Ephedrine is extract of plant ephedra which is used since more than 5000 years ago by Chinese as a medicine. Now a day demand of ephedrine is very much high as it is used in many weight loss supplements as it gives best results on Fat loss and fat burning…
  • What Exercise Burns Belly Fat The Fastest?

    Flat Belly Blog
    10 Jul 2014 | 1:39 pm
    Abdominal Fat Burning ExercisesWhen you spend 1 hour a day at the gym and your time is valuable because of parental obligations or work, every exercises count. Even more so when it comes to abs and mid section. Nobody want’s to waste time on exercises that don’t burn fat in the most optimal way. Many of you probably wonder what exercise burns belly fat the most.Before we go a little deeper in what exercise burns belly fat the quickest, remember that diet is the key. And it’s only in understanding this core principle that you’ll achieve fast burning belly fat. As they…
  • Crazy things parents say … or not?

    etceteradeb
    10 Jul 2014 | 7:55 am
    Sometimes the best way to deal with life is with humor and maybe a little fantasy. Thank goodness for my girlfriends, together we have the best moms club (nothing formal) so we can commiserate together.  Here is a list of things us parents are going to do when our kids are all grown-up… and we are over for a visit:1. We are going to use at least 5 glasses daily: two for water, one for milk, one for juice, and the fifth one is going to have a left over smoothie that will be left on the side of the bed – it will remain undiscovered for the duration of our visit.
  • Home Made Moisturizing Facial Cream with Avocado Oil

    Flat Belly Blog
    9 Jul 2014 | 11:59 am
    How to make your own moisturizing facial cream with avocado oil at home.Avocado Oil benefitsAvocado oil unlike many other beneficial oils such as carrot seeds oil or coconut oil has yet to be discovered by many for its amazing variety of health benefits, especially on skin. So many things you can do with avocado oil, like scalp treatments, medicinal purpose and also cooking as it’s loaded with fatty acids and omegas. Today we will share with you a very unique recipe of our favorite moisturizing facial Cream with Avocado Oil 100% natural. Can be used as a simple moisturizer or even anti…
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  • Is Diet Soda as Effective as Claimed When it Comes to Losing Weight?

    Loic Cobbina
    3 Sep 2014 | 4:54 am
    Table of Content Diet and Health CNN View on Diet Coke and Diet Pepsi Funding Report Diet Soda Drinkers Study Study Criticisms Studies Refuting “Diet Drink” Claims FDA Approval & Dr. Janet Hull Report Emotional Freedom Technique Final Verdict The idea of losing weight based on a low calorie intake was first promoted by the […]
  • Exercise Tips to Maintain Your Healthy Weight

    Loic Cobbina
    30 Jul 2014 | 3:54 am
    So you’ve finally reached with weight loss goal huh. I bet you are happy to finally fit into those skinny clothes you’ve been starring at all day long. You now don’t feel embarrassed when looking at the mirror, right? But does that really mean you can now throw away your jogging shoes and stop going […]
  • How to Gain Weight With Right Exercise?

    Loic Cobbina
    29 Jul 2014 | 3:46 am
    Most people that go to the gym do their workouts with the intent of losing weight. That said, every once in a while, you will find a number of skinny people visiting the gym with the intent of gaining weight. To be a bit more specific, they are hoping to grow more lean muscle mass. […]
  • 10 Superfoods That Can Help You Maintain A Healthy Weight

    Loic Cobbina
    29 Jul 2014 | 3:33 am
    It happens every once in a while that you get home feeling so tired that you just don’t feel like cooking. Those are the moments where ordering a pizza seem to be the convenient option. We’ve all been in these situations where hunger seems to have the upper hand on the decisions we make and […]
  • Best Daily Routine for Losing Weight

    Loic Cobbina
    29 Jul 2014 | 3:23 am
    Best Daily Routine For Losing Weight We already know that most people in business have a busy schedule and squeezing time to exercise at the gym is next to impossible. The good news is you can always tweak your daily routine and with just a little adjustment, your weight loss effort will result in wonders. […]
 
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  • How To Achieve Any Goal You Set For Yourself

    19 Sep 2014 | 3:59 pm
    Achieving the goals is a great way to increase self-esteem you set yourself up for success in the future and simply earn a sense of accomplishment Unfortunately, many people are pre-programmed to fail at the goals they set for themselves even if the means to achieve our power. So how can you learn to achieve any goal you set for yourself every time all the time? There are some steps you can take to make your goals and effectively establish your ability to perform these high goals. Make your goals realistic If you really want to know how to achieve any goal you set for yourself, you should…
  • Learn to Set Your Fitness Goals Correctly to Get the Body of Your Dreams

    19 Sep 2014 | 1:00 pm
    *Set fitness goals Train your mind to work with your subconscious. It's like training for success. Before you can begin to achieve your goals, you must first know what you want, and that means you have to get the focus. If you want to achieve your goals, improve your life, enjoy life and discover his true vocation, whatever you want to accomplish first decide what is important and then come up with a plan. Did you know that 80% of people who write down their goals achieve them. But less than 5% of people in the world actually write down their goals and desires. These figures are surprising…
  • 12 Effective Health and Fitness Tips

    19 Sep 2014 | 10:19 am
    Here is very quick and tips on health and fitness that are easy to follow and get into your health regimen and fitness. You get great results by following these tips For your convenience, I have divided these tips on nutrition and exercise. It is important that you realize that your health goals require the right balance of healthy eating and active exercise *nutrition        When deciding what to eat asks, "Can I build this or I can take it" If the answer is yes, then you know that it is a healthy and nutritious food for you       …
  • How To Lose Weight At Home-Tips, Foods and Workouts To Help You Burn Fat Without Leaving The House!

    19 Sep 2014 | 7:00 am
    People who are overweight or obese are struggling to cope with everyday tasks because it uses its power greatly These people are also facing serious health problems like diabetes, high cholesterol, heart disease, hypertension, osteoarthritis, gall bladder disease, cancer and sleep apnea A healthy diet and exercise is still the basis when it comes to losing weight. However, there is an available option for overweight people who want to lose weight without going to the gym and use of all equipment found there. They may try to follow some tips and methods to lose weight in the comfort and…
  • The Difference Between High-Intensity Cardio and Strength Training

    19 Sep 2014 | 3:52 am
    High intensity workouts have become the goto form of exercise for many people today For those who are not yet familiar with this type of exercise are short bursts of high intensity exercise followed by periods that allow the body to recover. It is important to understand that the two phases are equally important. The question we are addressing here is the difference between high intensity cardio and weight training at high intensity and what each brings to the table in terms of overall health and fitness It might be useful to point out that humanity has evolved from the use of high intensity…
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  • 3 Steps to rediscovering your motivation

    Leah
    17 Sep 2014 | 1:52 pm
    A lot of people start on a goal only to have it fizzle out in a few short weeks. They get themselves pumped up on possibilities and even make some progress, but the day to day to day grind of life lugs them back to their starting point. Sound familiar? Today I want to show you a few strategies to help you recover your original focus and keep your marching towards your goals. Will power … it’s not enough Achieving long term goals is not all about will power. Our upbringing beats over the head with this concept and it starts to become more annoying than helpful. Will power doesn’t…
  • A Sample Diet Meal Plan

    Leah
    28 Aug 2014 | 2:20 pm
    When I first started on my weight loss journey I really wanted someone to just tell me EXACTLY what to do.  I felt like there was so much dieting information out there, half of it contradictory, that it was just information overload.  I began to feel so overwhelmed that I didn’t know what to believe or really where to start.  So for today’s post I thought I’d put something up that I would have wanted to see in the beginning.  Here are two simple daily menu that gives you an idea of how I ate at the beginning of my quest to lose weight and gain health.  The first is…
  • Weight Loss Support

    Leah
    20 Aug 2014 | 6:15 pm
    Friends and Family Besides eating broccoli like it’s going out of style, one of the most important things you can do to help keep you on track is have a good support system.  Ideally, this would be the people you live with, because there is nothing harder than eating a salad while your significant other is digging into a bacon cheeseburger with fries.  In fact I think that should fall under the Geneva Convention definition of torture!  But if you don’t have the support at home, there are so many other places you can find it.  Get a friend to join you on your mission, misery…
  • I’m not fat and other weight loss lies

    Leah
    17 Aug 2014 | 8:02 am
    Ok, I think it’s about time we address the elephant in the room.  That thing that I’m sure you’ve tried to ignore for many years.  The thing you’ve make excuses for and explained away in your own mind in so many ways. You’re fat.  Yes, it’s true.  You’re not fluffy, or festively plump.  You’re fat. Don’t cry.  We’re all friends here.   Admitting it to yourself if the first step to getting healthier and thinner.  I know.  I was fat too.  Losing weight is freaking hard, mentally and physically!   But you have to take a…
  • The real secret to weight loss

    Leah
    14 Aug 2014 | 4:44 pm
    It’s common sense. When I first began my quest to lose weight for good I spent hours scouring the internet looking for that one secret trick that would make the weight fall off effortlessly while I continued to eat the things I loved.  Strangely enough I never found the Eat all the Pizza and Krispy Kreme You Want And Still Lose Weight Diet.  I read blog after blog of other people’s success stories and darn if they all weren’t eating healthy food and exercising.  What the hell!?  Why wasn’t there a magic pill? It was time to accept the fact that, deep down , I think…
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  • 7 False Beliefs Affecting Your Effort To Lose Weight Quickly

    Tony Kay
    15 Sep 2014 | 6:23 am
    Get free updates on new Articles Here 7 weight loss beliefs that can make it difficult for you to achieve success while on the quickest way to lose weight There is so much information out there when it comes to weight loss. Unfortunately, many of the information out there have been distorted to suit various situations and conditions. Below are some false beliefs that could put your effort to lose weight quickly off track. Such beliefs, if not eradicated, could put your weight loss effort off track. Belief #1: All fat are bad This belief was greatly emphasised by companies and people promoting…
  • How To Eat More And Still Lose Weight Quickly

    Tony Kay
    8 Sep 2014 | 8:20 am
    Get free updates on new Articles Here Putting yourself on the quickest way to lose weight should not mean starving yourself Many of us start the quickest way to lose weight by trying to reduce the amount of food we eat. Adopting such a strategy to help us lose weight quickly, could often contribute to the failure of our weight loss strategy. This is because we do not feel full after eating and end up falling on unhealthy snacks which only pushes our weight up instead of pulling it down. Some of us do not even make the attempt to lose weight at all because of the fear of hunger and our…
  • The Importance of Water in Your Effort to Lose Weight Fast

    Tony Kay
    5 Sep 2014 | 2:23 pm
    Get free updates on new Articles Here Can drinking adequate water help improve your effort to lose weight quickly and your health? Water is considered as one of the most important components of any living organism. Leave your plants and flowers without water for a few days and watch how lifeless they will become. Humans are no exception. If you are overweight or obese, one of the most important elements of any weight loss strategies you adopt should be to make sure that your body has enough supply of water. This will help you to lose weight fast and also make it possible for you to enjoy a…
  • Can Garlic help to put you on the quickest way to lose weight?

    Tony Kay
    2 Sep 2014 | 10:18 am
    Get free updates on new Articles Here Is Garlic a Superfood that Help to you lose weight quickly? Garlic has been identified in many societies for centuries as having many health and medicinal properties. The reason could be attributed to the many distinctive compounds that it contains. Recent studies have also suggested that garlic contains compounds that can both make it difficult for people to gain weight, as well as, help people to lose weight too. Garlic has an established credibility in traditional medicine where it is used for the treatment of various diseases. It has also been the…
  • Sure-Fire Tips To Lose Weight Quickly And Permanently

    Tony Kay
    29 Aug 2014 | 3:18 am
    Get free updates on new Articles Here Your roadmap to help you lose weight quickly and permanently for a healthy, lean and well-toned body of your dreams If you are new to this site, or if you are looking to put yourself on the quickest way to lose weight, then we believe the tips and strategies we have put together here will help you to develop the right mind set for permanent weight loss, help you identify the right strategies to help you lose weight quickly and permanently, help you burn any unwanted fat that you have accumulated over the years and help to put you on the quickest way to…
 
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  • Rosie O'Donnell Talks 50-Pound Weight Loss

    Sport News
    16 Sep 2014 | 3:51 pm
       Not all weight loss stories are 100 percent positive. Rosie O’Donnell, who is back hosting The View after her exit in 2007, shed 50 pounds after suffering a heart attack in 2012, and has struggled to adjust to her new body. "The fact that I look so different has been difficult and unexpected," she told ABC News on the set of The View. "Everyone assumes that obese people would just be jumping for joy that they were healthier and thinner and able to fit into store-bought sizes, we don't have to go to the plus store. But it's also filled with a lot of emotional turbulence you…
  • Citing Security Threat, Obama Expands U.S. Role Fighting Ebola

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    16 Sep 2014 | 3:05 pm
      President Barack Obama on Tuesday called West Africa's deadly Ebola outbreak a looming threat to global security and announced a major expansion of the U.S. role in trying to halt its spread, including deployment of 3,000 troops to the region."The reality is that this epidemic is going to get worse before it gets better," Obama said at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Atlanta headquarters."But right now, the world still has an opportunity to save countless lives. Right now, the world has the responsibility to act, to step up and to do more. The United States of…
  • Selling Obesity Drugs to Americans Shouldn't Be This Hard

    Sport News
    15 Sep 2014 | 3:11 pm
        The 79 million obese adults in the U.S. should be a marketing dream for the makers of anti-obesity drugs, and now Contrave, the latest treatment to receive approval from the Food and Drug Administration, will try to win over a population in which more than 1 in 3 adults are obese. Yet sales have been weak for the prescription drugs already available, Qsymia and Belviq, both approved in 2012. Why has it been so difficult to pitch pharmaceutical weight loss to an overweight nation?Much of the resistance to the weight-loss medications stems from the disastrous safety…
  • New Weight Loss Drug Approved

    Sport News
    14 Sep 2014 | 3:19 pm
    New weight-lossdrug given OKThe U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced the approval last week of the new weight-loss drug Contrave, a mix of antidepressant and alcohol dependence medications.The drug, intended to be used along with a low-calorie diet and exercise regimen, is approved for use in obese adults (body mass index of 30 or greater) or overweight adults (BMI of 27 or greater) who also suffer a weight-related condition, such as high blood pressure or Type 2 diabetes, according to regulators.The medication, which is manufactured by Orexigen Therapeutics Inc. of La Jolla, Calif.,…
  • Warm ََAvocado Soup Recipe

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    13 Sep 2014 | 1:03 pm
    Ingredients1 cup sour cream1/4 teaspoon ground chipotle chile powder2 tablespoons olive oil1 large onion, chopped (about 1 cup)1 clove garlic, minced6 cups Swanson Chicken Broth or Swanson® Certified Organic Chicken Broth or Swanson® Natural Goodness  Chicken Broth2 tablespoons chopped fresh cilantro2 tablespoons lime juice4 avocados, pitted, peeled and cut into cubes (about 5 cups)Directions1 Stir the sour cream and chile pepper in a small bowl.2 Heat the oil in a 6-quart saucepot over medium heat. Add the onion and cook for 4 minutes. Add the garlic and cook for 30 seconds. Stir the…
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  • Protein Banana Oatmeal

    heather
    14 Sep 2014 | 11:21 am
    You don’t need instant oats to make a quick oatmeal breakfast. You can cook protein banana oatmeal on your stove in less than 10 minutes! In fact, I encourage you to stay away from instant oats as they are highly processed (precooked and dried) and often contain added sugar. My rule of thumb is to avoid processed foods as much as possible. Old-fashioned oats, also known as rolled oats, are much less processed because they are only steamed and then rolled flat. Ingredients (1 Serving): 1/2 cup rolled oats 1 cup water 1 scoop vanilla protein powder 1 banana Handful of sliced almonds…
  • How Much Sleep Do You Need?

    heather
    26 Aug 2014 | 3:28 am
    Studies show there is a correlation between sleep duration and waist circumference. According to the National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, those who are regularly sleeping 6 hours or less (short sleepers) are reported to be heavier and have larger waists than those who are regularly sleeping 7-8 hours (normal sleepers). Sleep Prevents Overeating Sleep helps maintain a hormonal balance that is in charge of regulating your appetite. These hormones control your food intake by either sending signals to your brain that you are satisfied or releasing hormones that…
  • Superfood Salad Recipe

    heather
    22 Aug 2014 | 1:00 am
    I’m all about quick and healthy meals. While it’s still summer, this superfood salad recipe hits the spot whether it’s for lunch or dinner. Superfood Salad Recipe (2 Servings): 1 avocado cut into cubes Handful of blackberries Handful of blueberries Handful of chopped strawberries 1 chicken breast cut into 1 inch cubes Couple handfuls of spinach Sprinkle of chopped walnuts 1 tbs balsamic vinegar 1 tbs olive oil Salt Pepper Paprika Directions: 1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees. 2. Cut off any fatty parts of the chicken breast and season with a dash of salt, pepper and paprika. 3. Place…
  • How Much Weight Should I Lift?

    heather
    19 Aug 2014 | 1:00 am
    Build a solid foundation for weight lifting The most important factor when beginning to weight lift is learning proper form. This comes from watching videos from bodybuilding.com (NOT people at your gym) and practicing these moves in front of the mirror. To find the videos, visit bodybuilding.com and type in the exercise you want to see in the search bar. Teaching your body proper form is much easier to do with ligher weights as opposed to heavier weights. It is for this reason that I always recommend starting off weight lifting with higher reps (reps of 12 is recommended) and lighter weights…
  • 8 Reasons to Exercise in the Morning

    heather
    13 Aug 2014 | 4:52 am
    You will be more successful in reaching your fitness and weight loss goals by exercising in the morning. Coming from someone who is a night owl by nature, I highly recommend AM exercise. It was not until I began to exercise in the morning, that I began to reach my fitness goals. I attribute exercising in the morning to my success of keeping consistency in my workouts. It took years for me to learn the simple fact that exercise in the morning is key to building and maintaining personal fitness for these eight reasons. 1. Easier to create a habit The morning gym goers are the people who…
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