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  • Top 10 Stress Reducing Foods

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    Mark Dilworth - Her Fitness Hut
    23 Jul 2014 | 10:40 am
    Feeling stressed? Get some exercise! It’s one of nature’s most underutilized activities and perhaps one of the most effective and natural stress reducers. Studies consistently indicate that exercise is a helpful tool for alleviating stress and improving overall mood. However,... (Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) The post Top 10 Stress Reducing Foods appeared first on Her Fitness Hut.
  • AIP Travelling

    Escape from Obesity
    Lyn
    24 Jul 2014 | 9:40 pm
    Today I was on the road most of the day. I left after 11 am and got home around 8 pm. The past few times I've done this, I have just stopped along the way for food: first, an iced decaf Americano with sugar free chocolate syrup and cream. Then lunch might be a chef salad with turkey, ham, egg, cheese, and Ranch dressing on the side. In the afternoon I'd have a pack of almonds and another Americano to tide me over for dinner, which would be the usual lower-carb meat and veggies (baked chicken and broccoli, or steak and mixed steamed veggies). Being on AIP, a lot of the things I used to enjoy…
  • Diets Don't Work

    Hollie's Weight Loss Blog
    skinnyhollie
    8 Jul 2014 | 11:24 am
    This seems to be the new catch-phrase in my life lately. As much as I wanted it to be the answer, the Whole 30 didn't last long for me. I tried to even ease out of it into a Paleo-style way of eating. That hasn't seemed to work, either. I think it's the restriction. When I start restricting my mind goes crazy. Like a switch goes off and I have an insatiable urge for everything I'm supposed to
  • 7 Best Heart Healthy Foods For Summer

    Smart Way To Fat Loss
    Steve
    29 May 2014 | 2:55 am
    This is a guest post by Amber Rosh, who is sharing seven ideas for healthy summer foods. The arrival of summer means more days at the pool, family get-togethers, picnics and outdoor activities. It’s a great time where family and friends meet, have fun and enjoy delicious foods together. At summer time, there are a lot of delicious foods to grill up plus all the other tasty sides, desserts and drinks which round out the meal. However make sure that you have the following foods in your menu for summer…   Sweet potatoes According to nutritionists, a sweet potato has a potent…
  • Alcohol And Weight Gain

    Quick Weight Loss Principles
    9 Jul 2014 | 5:38 am
    The association between alcohol and weight gain is well known. However, the mechanism behind what causes alcohol weight gain is less well known. In this article we will cover the reasons why alcohol
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  • Strategy proposed for preventing diseases of aging

    23 Jul 2014 | 10:12 am
    Researchers argue that medicine focuses too much on fighting diseases individually instead of concentrating on interventions that prevent multiple chronic diseases and extend healthy lifespan. They call for moving forward with strategies that have been shown to delay aging in animals. In addition to promoting a healthy diet and regular exercise, these strategies include manipulating molecular pathways that slow aging and promote healthy longevity.
  • Brown fat protects against diabetes, obesity in humans

    23 Jul 2014 | 9:39 am
    People with higher levels of brown fat, or brown adipose tissue, in their bodies have better blood sugar control, higher insulin sensitivity and a better metabolism for burning fat stores, researchers have shown for the first time. The findings suggest that, because of the brown fat's ability to better regulate blood sugar, this could be a potential medical weapon against diabetes.
  • Therapeutic bacteria prevent obesity in mice, study finds

    22 Jul 2014 | 11:25 am
    A probiotic that prevents obesity could be on the horizon. Bacteria that produce a therapeutic compound in the gut inhibit weight gain, insulin resistance and other adverse effects of a high-fat diet in mice, investigators have discovered. Regulatory issues must be addressed before moving to human studies, but the findings suggest that it may be possible to manipulate the bacterial residents of the gut -- the gut microbiota -- to treat obesity and other chronic diseases.
  • High-salt diet doubles threat of cardiovascular disease in people with diabetes

    22 Jul 2014 | 11:25 am
    People with Type 2 diabetes who eat a diet high in salt face twice the risk of developing cardiovascular disease as those who consume less sodium, according to a new study. Diabetes occurs when there is too much sugar in the bloodstream. People develop Type 2 diabetes when their bodies become resistant to the hormone insulin, which carries sugar from the blood to cells.
  • Cost-effectiveness of weight-loss programs, drugs

    22 Jul 2014 | 8:19 am
    In a cost-effectiveness analysis of commercial diet programs and pills, the Weight Watchers program and the drug Qsymia showed the best value for the money. The Jenny Craig regimen generated the greatest weight loss, but was also the most expensive option tested, according to researchers.
 
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    Diets in Review Blog

  • Trader Joe’s Gets Juiced and Jumps on Board the Cold Pressed Juice Trend

    Jessica Tholmer
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:53 am
    Trader Joe’s has always been a wonderful grocery option for people who like to eat healthy and eclectic foods. Quirky and honest, Trader Joe’s has always offered a quality range of new and exciting choices. Recently, Trader Joe’s joined the pack of grocers and coffee stops offering green cold pressed juice. Cold pressed juice extracts [...]
  • Are You Man Enough for Yoga? Why More Men Should Butt in to the Yoga Gender Bias

    Brendon Payne
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:18 am
    Of course men know the benefits of yoga, and we know what we’re missing out on. So why do we still not go? We often see women go to yoga stressed out and leave with their heads held high. We see them carry on the rest of the day in a state of bliss, so [...]
  • How to Lose a Guy in 12 Meals: Foods Your Man Just Doesn’t Understand

    Brandi Koskie
    23 Jul 2014 | 7:31 am
    Want to ditch a guy you’re not in to? Maybe passively scare off your boyfriend? A nice green smoothie or cup of Kombucha ought to do the trick! Shape Magazine talked with men to find out which foods they can’t stand, and landed on 12 bites and sips that they just don’t get. We know [...]
  • Get Nudge and Finally Track All Your Health and Fitness Data in One App

    Mike Beauchamp
    23 Jul 2014 | 6:51 am
    Say hello to Nudge. Nudge is a free app for your smartphone that brings all of your healthy living together in one place, with one score. Connect Nudge with your favorite health tracking apps and wearables like RunKeeper, Moves, Fitbit, and more to see how your Nudge Factor stacks up against your friends.
  • TED-MED and Dr. Richard Besser Host a Candid Chat about the 1 in 3 American Children Who are Obese

    Mike Beauchamp
    22 Jul 2014 | 1:18 pm
    Quick Stats About Childhood Obesity Nearly 1 in 3 children in America are overweight or obese 8.4% of children 2 – 5 years old are obese 17% of children 6 – 11 years old are obese 20.5% of children 12 – 19 years old are obese This afternoon, Dr. Richard Besser hosted a conversation on Google+ Hangouts [...]
 
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    3 Fat Chicks on a Diet Weight Loss Community

  • I fit!

    superfluous
    25 Jul 2014 | 12:12 am
    Today I met a mini goal I didn't even know I had. I fit in an amusement park ride that I wouldn't have been able to ride 2 months ago! It's an old school amusement park that doesn't necessarily accommodate bigger people. So I'm waiting for this ride with my kids, the operator couldn't get the bar to close on two people ahead of us, they weren't all that big, even. So they have to get off and we're next in line, we get in and the bar closes on me, just barely, a really tight fit but I fit! I see it as a sign of things to come, hopefully! Just taking this victory as the goal I didn't know…
  • Realizing you're still obese

    df180
    25 Jul 2014 | 12:10 am
    Hi. I'll try to make this as quick as possible. I have been feeling very worthless lately, mostly because of my weight. I know weight loss doesn't solve everything, but what I have lost has certainly helped. And I'm proud of that, well.... Just needed a place to turn because everyone around me is skinny, and they don't make me feel bad on purpose. Maybe I'm rushing things too soon? Because for the longest time I saw myself as skinny even though I wasn't, and it's like a slap in the face from reality when you realize you're still huge. And so the other day I was looking at pictures of myself…
  • Not depressed per se

    cheddahcat
    24 Jul 2014 | 10:31 pm
    Maybe someone else will understand? My hubby views differently and I'm not saying he's wrong, just saying that I'm a mom and to me that says it all. Here's the story: My 14 (15 next month) is with his grandparents for the summer. Happy? Yes sad? Yes. Me I mean. We live in England and grandparents are back in the states. We ( us here're, them there) have planned for our son to stay the summer in the states for school summer vacation. My DS very excited and we were too. We brought him to the airport last Sunday and he flew alone. ( unaccompanied minor with flight attendant chaperone) all very…
  • Kale chips in the microwave

    Calicofox
    24 Jul 2014 | 9:33 pm
    This is the best thing since the potatoe chip ;) If your like me and like something with that satisfying crunch take some pieces of kale, A Small amount of olive oil ( just enough to coat the leaves) and some salt (or any other yummy spice you like, Onion salt is really good!). Put in the microwave for 3 minutes or until crisp and crunchy. Make sure not to over crowd leaves on plate. SOOOO good, Great movie snack without the guilt. They actually do get crisp and crunchy! Just as good as the ones at whole foods at 1/4 the price.
  • beginner at the gym

    Shortycan
    24 Jul 2014 | 9:05 pm
    hello, I was wondering what are some machines to start for the first month? how many reps. what should be done every other day. I'm planning to go to the gym 5 days a week for an hr! before or after work. and also what do u gals and dudes recommend for a pre work out mix or protein drink I'm trying to tone all over without being so bulky. thank you
 
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    Hollie's Weight Loss Blog

  • Diets Don't Work

    skinnyhollie
    8 Jul 2014 | 11:24 am
    This seems to be the new catch-phrase in my life lately. As much as I wanted it to be the answer, the Whole 30 didn't last long for me. I tried to even ease out of it into a Paleo-style way of eating. That hasn't seemed to work, either. I think it's the restriction. When I start restricting my mind goes crazy. Like a switch goes off and I have an insatiable urge for everything I'm supposed to
  • Not so lazy summer!

    skinnyhollie
    17 Jun 2014 | 4:58 pm
    I can barely count the ways I love summer break! It's been so nice to relax, sleep in, and just take a break!  But don't think for a minute I'm slacking on my goals... My gym sessions have been great! I'm keeping up with cardio and weight training, and I'm already seeing progress. I'm also continuing to eat well. My SmartOnes are still keeping me on track. I actually ventured out and
  • Being prepared...

    skinnyhollie
    4 Jun 2014 | 9:59 pm
    Today I was looking back on the past week, and how successful I've felt as far as my diet and exercise is concerned. It hasn't been EASY, but it does seem like making good choices hasn't been such a huge struggle. What has changed? Well, first, I think it has to do with making a decision to STOP restricting. Instead of deciding what I CAN'T eat, I am concentrating on what I can eat. I am
  • Vacation Victory

    skinnyhollie
    27 May 2014 | 6:42 am
    Today is a good day. I woke up this morning and decided to weigh-in... Yesterday was my 38th birthday, and today is my first "official" day of summer vacation, so I wanted a start weight. Last week on Wednesday (the last day of school), after weeks of bad eating and out of control food behavior, I was horrified to weigh and see 270 on the scale. What. The. Hell. I've been hovering around in the
  • Peace

    skinnyhollie
    19 May 2014 | 6:45 pm
    Funny thing... lately I've been feeling very peaceful. It's as suddenly, all of my stress and anxiety has melted away. It's not like there's been some life-changing event that has happened that suddenly has given me tons of time, money or energy. I guess my perspective has just changed. I'm REALLY trying to find the positive in every situation in my life right now. No matter the circumstance, I
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    Escape from Obesity

  • AIP Travelling

    Lyn
    24 Jul 2014 | 9:40 pm
    Today I was on the road most of the day. I left after 11 am and got home around 8 pm. The past few times I've done this, I have just stopped along the way for food: first, an iced decaf Americano with sugar free chocolate syrup and cream. Then lunch might be a chef salad with turkey, ham, egg, cheese, and Ranch dressing on the side. In the afternoon I'd have a pack of almonds and another Americano to tide me over for dinner, which would be the usual lower-carb meat and veggies (baked chicken and broccoli, or steak and mixed steamed veggies). Being on AIP, a lot of the things I used to enjoy…
  • A Tough Day on AIP

    Lyn
    22 Jul 2014 | 9:57 pm
    Today was a tough day on the Autoimmune Protocol. Funny how yesterday was my best day yet... I had energy, was happy, and felt 'normal' for the first time in ages. Yesterday I biked 25 minutes, lifted weights for 35 minutes, swam for an hour straight, and walked a mile and a half, and I still felt great. I slept very well last night but today was not like yesterday. I had a headache, felt blah and tired, and had brain fog. I have been 100% on AIP all week, including today, but I really struggled this afternoon. At one point I felt like I HAD TO HAVE some coffee or some chocolate. I was…
  • AIP Compliance and How I Feel

    Lyn
    21 Jul 2014 | 12:22 pm
    When I first started the Autoimmune Protocol, as you can see from my last post, I felt pretty crappy. It seemed impossible, and I felt so foggy and had a constant headache and couldn't even seem to gather myself to make a meal plan or pick out some recipes to try. I was pretty much winging it all last week, just throwing whatever AIP-compliant foods I had in the fridge and freezer into the oven or on a plate when I was hungry. I poached some wild salmon earlier in the week and whenever I was hungry and couldn't think of what to have, I'd just eat a piece of it cold. Before AIP, if I needed a…
  • Hashimoto's Thyroid and the Autoimmune Protocol Elimination Diet

    Lyn
    19 Jul 2014 | 3:22 pm
    As I mentioned in my update post a week ago, I was recently diagnosed with Hashimoto's Thyroiditis. I was kind of relieved when I got that diagnosis, because I've had symptoms of thyroid disease for a long time, but all my TSH blood tests were coming back normal. My regular doctor ordered the TSH every year: in 2012 it was 2.13, in 2013 it was 2.03, and this year it was 2.12 (standard range is 0.45 to 5.10). But some blog readers have, in the past, tipped me off in the comments by telling me there were more detailed, accurate thyroid function tests and that many people who have thyroid…
  • Metabolic Testing: What's My Resting Metabolic Rate?

    Lyn
    16 Jul 2014 | 10:28 am
    Back again with more details on my update! This is something I was always interested in but could never find access too until recently, so I hope you will find it interesting as well. This spring, I found out that a nearby hospital was offering a new service: metabolic testing. They'd purchased an indirect calorimeter... this one: the ReeVue Indirect Calorimeter. According to the website, here's how it works:"ReeVue by KORR directly measures the concentration of oxygen breathed out by each patient.  The patient merely breathes through a simple mouthpiece as all the exhaled air is…
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    Fit Bottomed Girls

  • 9 of Our Favorite Active Vacation Spots

    Jenn
    24 Jul 2014 | 5:00 am
    While we FBGs may not exactly be seasoned world travelers, collectively, we’ve been to some pretty awesome and fit vacation spots. And while there we have sought out and found the best parks, restaurants, trails and other healthy and active travel to-dos to put on your list. So for Fit Bottomed Vacay Week, pull up a chair and get to clicking on some of our favorite fit vacation spots! And, spoiler alert — these aren’t the same cities you’ll see on vacation idea list after vacation idea list. We like to showcase the fittest options from the peeps who live there or know…
  • An Easy Way to Store Your Stuff When You Work Out

    Jenn
    24 Jul 2014 | 3:30 am
    As part of a new affiliate partnership, FBG is now syndicating select videos (of the fit goodies we love!) from Joyus. For our sponsored post policy, click here. Don’t you hate it when you want to go out for a run at a park but you’re unsure of where to safely store your phone, ID and keys? And so you just awkwardly run with it all in one hand (or, worse, hide it somewhere)? That’s not just me that does that right? Right. This is why we love the FlipBelt! It’s comfortable, fits over whatever workout gear you’ve got on, doesn’t slip and holds a lot of stuff…
  • Fit Bottomed Tour: The Hawaiian Island of Kauai

    Kristen
    24 Jul 2014 | 3:00 am
    It’s Fit Bottomed Vacay Week — and today Kristen is sharing her Fit Bottomed Tour of Kauai. Check out all of our fit travel posts here! My time in Hawaii was absolutely surreal — partly because my husband and I had been planning and saving for a solid two years, but also just because it was such a departure from where we live (yes, Hawaii is entirely unlike North Central Florida). The only part of it that I could even attempt to classify as a slight bummer is the fact that, because we went to so many islands, we didn’t get a huge amount of time on any of them.
  • How to Squeeze in a Run on Your Vacation

    Jenn
    23 Jul 2014 | 5:00 am
    It’s Fit Bottomed Vacay Week — and today Kira Harrison, a footwear merchandising associate and lifelong runner at Brooks Running, is sharing her tried-and-true tips for fitting a run in when traveling the world. Check out all of our fit travel posts here! 5 Tips to Squeeze in a Run on Vacation So many people are taking summer trips and weekend getaways with the warmer weather right now, so I wanted to share a few tips so that you can make sure you’re prepared to squeeze in the run in between all the vacation fun! 1. Get out the door in the morning before your day starts.
  • The Best Posts From Fit Bottomed Mamas — Ever!

    Jenn
    23 Jul 2014 | 3:00 am
    Remember how last week was Fit Bottomed Mamas’ big ol’ four-year birthday celebration? Well, we’re not quite ready to call the party over yet. Because Mamas has got it going on! And just in case you missed any of the epic posts from over there, we’re showcasing a few of our favorites here! Click on the images below to take you directly to the posts on FBM!       How long have you been reading FBM? Any four-year FBMs in the house? —Jenn
 
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  • Life: you’re doing it all wrong

    shauna
    23 Jul 2014 | 1:16 am
    Chalky hands + battling ropes = happiness Do you ever have those grumpy, paranoid weeks where you feel like you’re the most incompetent person on the planet? That you have nothing of interest to offer and you’ll soon be living in a cardboard box? I’m sure studies have found this phenomenon is 73% more common amongst the self-employed, as there’s no one around to tell you to please be quiet and go make a round of tea for the team. Thank goodness for exercise to restore perspective. I switched my weekly personal training session to 6.30AM as part of Operation Morning…
  • Thank you, Cat People

    shauna
    22 Jul 2014 | 4:45 am
    … for your fab and funny comments on the last post. I learned a lot, too. Who knew there were microchipped cat flaps that only let in the right cat? I think the cat must have sensed all the adoration coming its way as he’s been extra aloof this week. No interest in affection; too busy trying to catch insects and snoozing on the shed roof.
  • The borrowed cat

    shauna
    15 Jul 2014 | 1:00 am
    I’ve fallen for the cat next door. Until now I never understood Cat People. What is the point of cats? They’re so indifferent to you. They don’t seem to care if you’re alive or dead, as long as they’re being fed. But then the black and white fluffball above moved in to the little house on our left. It immediately started a turf war with the evil green-eyed cat that lives to our right. The battle ground? Our tiny back yard. Both of these cats share their humans with a dog, so I can understand why they’d fight for the right to lounge peacefully in neutral…
  • Everyday Life: June 2014

    shauna
    8 Jul 2014 | 3:18 pm
    While the whole melanoma thing was going down I kept thinking, I mustn’t forget how this feels once I get through it. How life got vivid and simple, every detail amplified and important. How I felt present and appreciative and determined to send postcards to my grandparents more often. It was like when I started going out with Gareth and I bought lots of fancy knickers and vowed, I’m always going to wear fancy knickers! I’ll never take this for granted! Then the mundane sneaks back in and work is a bastard and next thing I’m buying a multi-pack of undies…
  • Cape Wrath + the remotest public toilet in mainland Britain

    shauna
    1 Jul 2014 | 9:57 am
    Cows on the beach, Durness The third day of Northern Jaunt consisted of exploring the fluffy edges of the west coast. For such a relatively small area – at some points we were barely 60 miles from Inverness – the contrasts in the landscape were mind-boggling. First we headed north from Kinlochewe, along Loch Maree then around the coast to Poolewe then taking the slower coastal route back down to Ullapool. We lucked out with another fine day so could take in all the grey jaggy mountains, white beaches and stonking sea views, with no company but the occasional campervan…
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    Lynn's Weigh

  • 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…
  • Boom. Done

    20 May 2014 | 9:57 am
    My fortune cookie last weekI’m not a very good painter. (As in painter of walls and furniture.) I’ve had ambition to paint, but never enough to get me through an entire project, or at least, an entire project done well. I can see the potential in a worn piece of furniture. I can imagine what a room would look like in a different color. But usually that’s where my motivation ends. Until this week. This week, I did the one thing I never bothered doing before any other painting project: I learned how. My niece is moving in for the summer. I have a spare room and a spare bed, and instead of…
  • Love Always Trumps Weight

    11 May 2014 | 11:38 am
    Today is my 31st Mother’s Day, and it’s also 31 years since I first weighed 200 pounds. Kind of a strange two things to put together, but if you’re like me, you remember what you weighed at momentous points in your life. I made my formal debut in the 200-pound zone when I stepped on a scale in the labor and delivery ward of Sioux Valley Hospital in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, on March 10, 1983. I made my husband Bruce stay in the labor room. Anyone who didn’t wear scrubs to work didn’t need to know how much I weighed. Bruce was a hair over six feet tall, weighed 170 pounds, and had…
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  • 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
  • Seafood and Vegetable Ravioli

    Etosha Farmer
    3 Jun 2014 | 11:48 am
    This is one of my go to meals that I use in a pinch.  I usually stock the ingredients so if I need something quick I can whip this up.  Quick, easy, and delicious, right up my alley! Ingredients: Fresh Ravioli (I usually buy the kind in the deli section of the supermarket.  My favorites are spinach or butternut squash) Fresh vegetables ( I used onion, peppers, fresh mushrooms, broccoli and spinach.  If I don’t have any on hand that I like I will use frozen) Imitation crab meat Fresh Garlic Olive Oil Fresh Parmesan Cheese (sometimes I use feta or Romano if I have it) Preparation: 1.
  • Eggplant Involtini

    Etosha Farmer
    28 May 2014 | 2:06 pm
    Photo: Johnny Autry; Styling: Leigh Ann Ross I have made this recipe many times and it seems to be better every time!  It does require a bit of prep work, around 20 minutes but it was well worth the effort!  Once it was prepped I was able to clean up and set the table so after dinner there was not as much of a mess.  You could also prep this recipe ahead of time and refrigerate the whole dish then pop in the oven when you got home after work for a quick meal! I followed the recipe in cooking light magazine.  I attached a copy of the webiste recipe for anyone that is interested in trying,…
  • Grilled Pork, Red Quinoa and Salad

    Etosha Farmer
    27 May 2014 | 7:33 am
    It was a beautiful day yesterday so I did not want to spend my night inside.  I needed something without a lot of preparation that I could throw on the grill. I marinated the pork when I got home from work.  The marinate was a combination of lime juice, cumin, pepper, fresh garlic-finely  chopped.  I let it marinate for about 2 hours before grilling it.  I grilled it over medium heat for about 20 minutes. I choose to pair it with red quiona so there would be nice color on my plate.  The quiona is cooked similar to rice.  1 cup quiona and 2 cups water, bring to a boil and then cover and…
 
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  • 9 Workout Hacks to Burn More Calories

    Leta Shy
    25 Jul 2014 | 12:05 am
    Want to make sure you're not wasting your time at the gym? Keep these tips in mind to maximize calorie burn and help you get in and out. Have caffeine before: A little bit of caffeine can help improve your stamina, strength, and speed, studies show. Go for one milligram of caffeine per kilo of body weight (for example, a 130-pound woman should consume 59 milligrams of caffeine, or about five ounces of coffee) to reap the benefits. Make sure you warm up: You want to get in and get out, but if you want to maximize what your body can do during your workout, you've got to take a few minutes to…
  • POPSUGAR Shout Out: Fifty Shades of Grey Mayhem

    Ryan Roschke
    24 Jul 2014 | 11:55 pm
    Everything you need to know about Fifty Shades of Grey - Entertainment 25 salads that will absolutely help you lose weight - Fitness Experience all the real struggles one faces at Comic-Con - Tech Find out why you should wear a crop top to work - Fashion Spice up your relationship with this 30-day challenge - Love & Sex Learn 5 new things about Benedict Cumberbatch - Celebrity & News Flip through Ikea's newest catalog - Home Cook the perfect quinoa every single time - Food 10 reasons to be grateful for grandparents - Moms Video: Master the art of tying a sarong, Beyoncé style -…
  • Zoe Saldana's Laid-Back, Healthy Life

    Leta Shy
    24 Jul 2014 | 4:25 pm
    Looks like Zoe Saldana is having a good year! The Guardians of the Galaxy actress celebrated her 36th birthday last month and is now reportedly pregnant with twins. Zoe may be used to playing out-of-this-world characters, but her healthy outlook is more down-to-earth. Here's how the laid-back star stays strong and healthy. She mixes it up: The Pilates devotee and former ballerina doesn't like to keep things the same. "I get bored really easily," she told Women's Health. So she goes to the experts to help motivate her. "If I didn't have a trainer to push me, I'd go walk for about 15 minutes,"…
  • 25 Salads to Help You Lose Weight

    Lizzie Fuhr
    24 Jul 2014 | 4:22 pm
    If you're looking to lose weight, salads are bound to be a big part of your life, but that doesn't mean you need to pile on the same old toppings day after day! All 25 of these nutrient-dense salads support weight-loss goals, fuel the body, and satisfy your taste buds with their fresh flavors and healthy ingredients. Photos: Leta Shy, Lizzie Fuhr, Anna Monette Roberts
  • Which Star Has Your Favorite Bikini Body?

    Lauren Turner
    24 Jul 2014 | 3:45 pm
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    Weighty Matters

  • Guest Post: A Response to Fruits are NOT Vegetables

    24 Jul 2014 | 2:30 am
    Last week saw a guest posting from RD Rob Lazzinnaro who is concerned that by lumping fruits and vegetables together we give marketers the ammunition to sell us fruit-washed junk food as well as risking personal dietary caloric excess. Today's guest posting come from RD Jennelle Arnew who is involved in the Aim For 8 Everyday campaign that inspired Rob's post.Wow! We were surprised that our Aim for 8 everyday! messaging campaign made it to your blog site. In fairness to our campaign, we are hoping to put the Aim for 8 everyday! messaging into context for you and your followers. Firstly, we…
  • Fear the Nutrition Guru Whose Opinions Don't Change

    23 Jul 2014 | 2:30 am
    Nutrition is anything but a set-in-stone science. It's staggeringly difficult to study as it's near impossible to control for the myriad of confounding variables that might influence outcomes, study durations are too short, and dietary self-reporting is abysmal.As a consequence attitudes and opinions change.It's not an academic crime to have a mind open to change, on the contrary, it's an academic crime if you don't.         
  • Did You See the One About Low-Carb Diets Being No Better than Others?

    22 Jul 2014 | 2:30 am
    There is a study that has been making the rounds the past few days. It touts itself as a meta-analysis designed to answer the question of whether or not low-carb diets are better for weight loss, and also whether low-carb diets are safe. I'll cut to the chase. The study concludes low-carb diets are no better for weight loss and yes they're safe.....but, the authors bizarrely used a carb cutoff of 45% to define "low". A diet with 45% of calories coming from carbs is not a low-carb diet and certainly isn't usefully comparable to one containing 20% carbs (and yet the authors did). So sadly this…
  • Pregnant? Dead Simple Healthful Eating Life Hack for When Baby's Born.

    21 Jul 2014 | 2:30 am
    And it's dead simple. Buy a freezer (used chest freezers on local buy and sell websites are often under $100), freezer storage containers, and freezer bags.Well, there's a tiny bit more.3 months before the baby's due date start cooking and freezing your family's favourite meals. Aim for 3 full months of home frozen dinners and lean on them heavily during those exhausting first weeks and months. And if you also cook on those rare days where you've got some time, you can stretch your pre-emptive home cooking even longer.Way better than take out and dry cereal.
  • Saturday Stories: Language and War, Dr. Oz, Health Literacy, and Physical Inactivity.

    19 Jul 2014 | 2:30 am
    "And so it happens. Without one’s being aware of it, it happens. A gradual habituation to the language of loathing." - Written in 2009 during the last war in Gaza. It may as well have been written today. The wonderful Julia Belluz introduces the world to the medical student who's trying to take down Dr. Oz. "Would you take fitness tips from a mouse?", the Globe & Mail's Adriana Barton covers health literacy for health news readers. The Incidental Economist's Dr. Aaron Carroll saw those news reports last week that covered obesity as if it were purely caused by physical inactivity and he…
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    CalorieLab - Health News & Information Blog

  • The Lesson of ‘Doubly Labeled Water’: We Underestimate What We Eat and Overestimate Our Activity

    CalorieLab
    23 Jul 2014 | 7:00 am
    Preparting for a Doubly Labeled Water Test – (CC BY-NC 2.0) Michael Wyszomierski I’ve written in the past about how important it is to do the calorie math to control our weight, calories available versus calories used. Calorie availability refers to intake, uptake and distribution of calories, i.e., eating, and calorie use to activity level and the burning of calories. This way, you’re able to account for factors such as metabolic rate, the influence of disease, hormonal levels, drug usage, and the intensity and timing of exercise activity. But if there were a test for…
  • The Truth about Gluten: It May Not be Such a Problem after All

    CalorieLab
    21 Jul 2014 | 7:00 am
    (CC BY-SA 2.0) Whatsername?/Flickr Gluten is nowhere near the bogeyman that many think it is We seem to be, as a nation, currently in the grip of a kind of “gluten-free” mania. We have become so spooked by the idea of gluten in our diets, let alone our bodies, that you’d think the stuff was radioactive. It has gotten to the point that “Gluten free!” is now what “No trans fats!” used to be: a virtual requirement in savvy food product labeling. There are dozens of food items that have never had a molecule of gluten in them that now proclaim themselves…
  • Dr. J on Medical Condition Terminology: Critical, Serious, Fair, Good, and Guarded

    CalorieLab
    18 Jul 2014 | 7:00 am
    (CC BY 2.0) Navy Medicine/Flickr INT. FOYER OF THE CHEZ J MANSION – LATE EVENING It was a hard day’s evening. I had been in the operating room from early morning and had just gotten home. The phone rang. “Dr J, I am a reporter from the Sun and you are the surgeon of record for the County Commissioner’s son. What is the patient’s condition?” I thought for a few moments. “Ah … guarded,” was my fatigued reply. “Guarded? What does that mean?” My mind said, “I’m not really sure, but I’ve heard that on the TV soap…
  • Researchers: Subtract 10 years of aging by avoiding smoking and other negative lifestyle behaviors

    CalorieLab
    14 Jul 2014 | 7:00 am
    Courtesy Preventative Medicine In a recent CalorieLab column, I wrote about the six healthy lifestyle behaviors that needed our compliance. Now a new study out of Switzerland confirms that not only will these actions add years to our lives, but it has produced a chart that predicts at what age we’ll die based on our lifestyle behaviors. Although the idea the a healthy lifestyle will delay aging, this new study is one of the first to demonstrate, as lead author Eva Martin-Diener puts it, that “[a] healthy lifestyle can help you stay ten years younger.” Smoking, junk food,…
  • Chinese researchers find lead connection to childhood behavior problems

    CalorieLab
    11 Jul 2014 | 7:00 am
    (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0) Ed Yourdon/Flickr During my pediatric rotation in medical school I learned about the dangers, especially to children, from lead poisoning. There are still many sources of lead in our environment, including older paint, exhaust fumes burning of coal and other fuels, batteries, solder, pipes, pottery, roofing materials, and cosmetics. As I was exposed to many of these while living in an old home on a narrow big city street I decided to ask one of my teachers about it in class one day: “Doctor, how long will it take for all the lead that I have absorbed from living here…
 
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    BeingHealthy.TV

  • 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…
  • Lecture Series in July: Wellness & Vitality

    Talli van Sunder
    4 Jun 2014 | 9:07 pm
    Starting: Tuesday, July 8, 6:30pm at In Stride Physical Therapy & Rehab 618 Lighthouse Ave, Pacific Grove Presents: Wellness & Vitality Nutrition Series with Heather Lauren It is four one hour sessions weekly starting Tuesday, July 8th, 2014. Want information on the best food selections for renewed energy, al- lergy control, weight management, or simply healthier eating habits? Heather Lauren’s 4 free nutrition classes will teach you the essential foundations of nu- trition for a life of optimal quality and vitality! 1. Eating for Health:  (July 8th) The Eating for Health…
  • Taking Control of Your Health: How to Find Out What Your Body Needs to Be Its Best

    Talli van Sunder
    23 May 2014 | 3:38 pm
    Knowledge is power when it comes to anything, but especially our health. In order to optimize our health, there are a few general principles we all know to follow, but what about what we don’t know? While many individuals already know bad things are bad for them, they probably don’t know that genetics play a role in how their body or brain reacts to what they consume; whether food or medications or simply the effects of their individual environment. Genetics, hormone levels, body chemistry, environmental factors and current health conditions exert a strong influence on total…
  • How to Manage Pain Without Excessive Medications

    Talli van Sunder
    23 May 2014 | 12:13 am
    Back Pain When you’re in pain, almost nothing else matters.  Whether it’s a small ache or sensational agony, pain interferes with your capacity to enjoy life and even operate normally from day to day.  However, for millions of Americans living in chronic pain, pain has become a way of life, and unfortunately sometimes an excessive amount of pain medication consumption ensues. Drug Free Options for Pain Relief Pain Management Cream- Can help men and women overcome the symptoms associated with pain – without the side effects or unwanted by-products of other forms of treatment.
  • Getting Healthy: 5 Reasons Why Healthy Lifestyles Improve Overall Health

    Talli van Sunder
    13 Apr 2014 | 12:30 am
    Photo by mikebaird via Flickr Your daily habits – from the food you eat, to the exercise you get, to the time you go to sleep – can have a significant effect on your health. Every choice you make has a positive or negative impact. Developing healthy behaviors can give you a better, healthier life. Cultivating a healthy lifestyle is more than just addressing a particular health problem. By making healthy choices every day, you can stay healthy for as long as possible. Here are five reasons why a healthy lifestyle improves your overall health. 1. Weight Control The foods you eat directly…
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    Carla Birnberg

  • Venus, you looked STRONG out there today!

    Carla
    24 Jul 2014 | 1:00 am
    (“photo” credit: the eight year old.) I felt strong, Carla! I’m in awe at how you juggle three tennis balls without breaking a sweat!  That’s amazing! Thanks! Ive worked really hard on this skill.  It took me forever to master, but now I rock it. Yep. I’m hanging over at Venus’ place today and we’re talking COMPLIMENTS. Giving. Accepting. And, most importantly, not doing the ole “brush off” move. Join me?   Venus Williams’ EleVen brand is a client.  This isn’t a sponsored post–but I do freakin love her and work…
  • Meditation #wycwyc style

    Carla
    23 Jul 2014 | 1:00 am
    Recently the Tornado had a hard morning.  She struggled. She was unable to lick her forearms. I was unable to help her feel better.  Mid-DoodleWalk she plopped and, as she phrases it, tried to compose herself.  It reminded me meditation need not be long or formal.  Meditation can happen anywhere at any time. Meditation is really 3 short steps: Stop walking & notice how your child self-soothes. Drop wherever you are and follow suit. Meditate as best you can and as fits your mood.     The post Meditation #wycwyc style appeared first on Carla Birnberg.
  • Everyone has a hard.

    Carla
    21 Jul 2014 | 1:00 am
    (to The Chairman this is a hard) Ive long known everyone has a hard. Ive long believed in and been a champion of the quote: Recently Ive been more reminded of this than ever. Recently a few women—merely in passing and in the most matter of fact of ways—have shared their hard with me. I’d had no idea how HARD these women’s hards were. It’s not so much they silently bear their burdens and more they accept their HARD as a temporary part of life and shoulder it without complaint. Without complaint. (sometimes I wanna lament my hard) These women did not counter my…
  • The tattoo stories

    Carla
    18 Jul 2014 | 1:00 am
    To my chagrin I had no idea yesterday was National Tattoo Day.  I be celebrating up in herre today. And yes. Just possibly. Definitely maybe. With a tiny new piece of ink. When people ask about my tattoos (why did you get them? do they mean anything? will you regret them?) I respond: For me a tattoo is ‘right’ if it feels as though it has always been there & just ROSE TO THE SURFACE when the needle hit my skin. I’m not sure this helps much if you’re a person who doesn’t care for ink, but in my mind it makes total sense. All of my art–from Suess to…
  • Four ways slacklining parallels my life.

    Carla
    16 Jul 2014 | 1:00 am
    I blame this post on the fact I made a not-that-funny joke about teaching Charming to slackline. Afterward, in my inimitable way, I grew obsessed with the parallels between slacklining and my life.   I used to tell people–everyone. anyone who would listen.—what terrible balance I had. If you handed me a BOSU ball I’d mount, stand pridefully aloft for a fleeting few seconds—-and fall on my face. When I took the Wii Fit Body Test the results essentially enquired if I often spontaneously fell over. No joke. Ive learned a lot about balance in my forties. From the…
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    Quick Weight Loss Principles

  • Look Good Feel Great Hard Copy

    16 Jul 2014 | 1:59 am
    Recently I decided not to re-print my book, 'Look Good Feel Great!' since I won't be conducting any more promotional seminars in the future.
  • How to Choose the Best Curcumin Supplement For You!

    9 Jul 2014 | 6:42 am
    Bioavailability is one of the most important considerations when it comes to selecting a curcumin supplement. The reason is simply because if the curcumin supplement you are taking is not being absorbed into your body you will not be able to obtain the array of benefits this amazing spice offers!
  • Effects of Alcohol on Weight Loss

    9 Jul 2014 | 5:38 am
    It is important to understand the effects of alcohol when it comes to losing weight. Whilst only a very small portion of the calories from alcohol are converted into fat, alcohol will definitely slow down your fat-burning and weight-loss efforts.
  • Alcohol And Weight Gain

    9 Jul 2014 | 5:38 am
    The association between alcohol and weight gain is well known. However, the mechanism behind what causes alcohol weight gain is less well known. In this article we will cover the reasons why alcohol
  • Supplement Articles

    29 Jun 2014 | 12:11 am
    Here are my supplement articles in the area of weight loss. There is no doubt about it, supplements can make a difference by helping your body burn fat faster.
 
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    344 Pounds

  • Why Continue Losing Weight After Reaching a “Normal” Weight?

    Shawn
    2 Jul 2014 | 4:56 am
    I’ve lost well over 100 pounds.  I wear a large shirt — the days of XXXXL are long gone.  I can fit into restaurant booths.  I don’t feel like I’m being gawked at every time I leave the house.  I’m already married, so I don’t need to worry about attracting the ladies. So, why should I continue to lose weight? I stepped on the scale for the first time in about a week today — it said 235.2 pounds.  I would’ve preferred it said 202 pounds, or 192 pounds, because my body would probably look how I’d want it to hovering between those…
  • 269 Pounds

    Shawn
    25 Mar 2014 | 5:07 pm
    I weigh 269 pounds — down from 344 pounds — up from 199. The post 269 Pounds appeared first on 344 Pounds.
  • 28

    Shawn
    30 Jul 2013 | 3:50 am
    I turned 28 last Friday. My wife and I are staying in Myrtle Beach all this week to celebrate my birthday, as well as my wedding anniversary (which is today!).  I’ll let you decide which one of those we’re celebrating more. I’ve been burning lots of calories playing with my kids in the pool/ocean 4-5 hours every day.  I plan on renting a surfboard for a day later on this week, too.  Surfing may seem like just a balancing act, but it requires an incredible amount of strength to keep getting up on that board time and time again. Life has changed so much over the past few…
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  • Why is Auto Insurance So Expensive in Ontario?

    Tim Currie
    16 Jul 2014 | 9:05 am
    There are really two main reasons why auto insurance is so expensive in Ontario as compared to the other provinces in Canada. First, Ontario has the highest density of drivers in Canada. The higher density of drivers means the more likelihood of an automobile accident or injury claim. For example, there is a greater chance of an auto accident in Toronto, than there is in Winnipeg. This possibility and greater likelihood you may have an accident in Ontario, drives higher collision premiums. Big city environments also have a higher claims ratio for theft related losses. People are not as…
  • Be the First to Lower Your Car Insurance with Telematics Usage Based Insurance

    Tim Currie
    2 Jul 2014 | 7:10 am
    Usage Based Insurance or Telematics is the method for Ontario drivers to help lower their car insurance premiums. Why not be one of the first drivers to give it a try? You are a good driver. You have no tickets, no accidents and no problems. So why is your car insurance so expensive and why is it similar to those you know are not as good driver as you? How Are Premiums Normally Calculated? Currently, the rates are driven by driving history and averages based on age, gender, distance you drive, type of vehicle you drive and how you use your vehicle. The changes that are coming in our industry…
  • Tips for Safe Summer Driving

    Kirill Zhukov
    6 Jun 2014 | 7:04 am
    With snow long gone and summer in full swing it is important to remember to share the road and leave extra room for motorcycles and bicycles. Due to their size, these vehicles can easily be lost in a blind spot or remain unseen in low visibility conditions. These riders are inherently more exposed to danger on the road. Regardless of who is at fault, the rider will end up with the bigger injuries in a collision with a heavier, more protected vehicle. There are a few simple steps motorcyclists and car drivers can follow to reduce the risk of collision. Drivers Need to Share and Be Aware As a…
  • Telematics: A Game Changer for Auto Insurance in Ontario

    Tim Currie
    4 Jun 2014 | 2:46 pm
    You may have been hearing a lot lately about usage- based auto insurance and telematics. So what is it? Telematics is the technology that combines telecommunications, your vehicle and the driver. A communication device is simply installed into your vehicle and it sends out pre-determined information about your driving habits. At this time, the small “black box” is installed in the diagnostic port of your vehicle. The unit is a little bigger than a pack of matches. The installed device or black box sends information to a centralized collection company and the information is analyzed, which…
  • Home Insurance and U.S. Tax Laws

    Kirill Zhukov
    21 May 2014 | 4:41 pm
    Canadian citizens who own or plan to own property in the U.S. are about to find themselves under new IRS regulations under the FACTA (Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act, 2010.) The U.S. and Canadian governments have come to an agreement in order to help stem tax evaders. As part of this reciprocal agreement, Canadian bank information is soon to be shared with the CRA who will in turn share it with our southern neighbours. Talking with a tax accountant is a good idea if you plan on buying foreign property. As well, talking with a Canadian home insurance specialist can help to explain this…
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    A Merry Life

  • 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…
  • Moving Wish List

    Mary
    5 Jun 2014 | 8:45 am
    I’m currently in the process of moving, yet again, to a new place. I’ve lived in a lot of different places over the last few years so I’m pretty used to the process. It involves packing, cleaning, and list making. One list I’m making is my moving wish list. Moving always makes me take an inventory of what I have, how I live, and I what I want/need (mostly want). The following items are things that I’ve decided I’d love to get for my new place. Some of them are literally sitting in my Amazon shopping cart waiting for a purchase once I’m moved in.
  • Run, Run, Run

    Mary
    4 Jun 2014 | 12:07 pm
    Last summer, I was really into running. After going through a breakup running was the perfect outlet. It gave me something to do, something to focus on, and a way to get all the emotions out in a healthy manner. I fell in love with running. I did a few 5ks and really loved them all (recaps: Forrest Spence 5k, Camp Good Grief 5k, and MRC Recovery Run 5k). I also signed up for the St. Jude half marathon but did not get to participate as it was called off the night before the race. After the St. Jude race was called off I pretty much stopped running. I’ve missed it over the last few…
 
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    Fitho

  • 11 Ways To Lose Weight Without Spending Much Money

    Swati Kapoor
    22 Jul 2014 | 3:56 am
    To be fit and healthy is everybody’s goal in today’s life of hectic hurry and fast business.We spend a lot of money on our fitness efforts, either buying gym instruments or buying the expensive weight loss pills that are widely advertised.But, have you ever thought that you can lose weight in simple and healthy manner...Read More
  • Is Your Sodium Intake Aging You Faster?

    Sakshi Dusat
    9 Jul 2014 | 2:05 am
    The bodies of different people age at different rates. The exact biological reasons for the rate of aging are not known as yet, but there are many theories behind it. If you indulge in processed, salty foods and/or high sugar foods and are also overweight, then you are at a serious risk of aging faster....Read More
  • Ways to stop emotional eating

    Bhawna Gupta
    27 Jun 2014 | 2:26 am
    Many people tend to eat according to the state of their emotions. For example, if they are happy they will eat their favourite pizzas or burgers and if they are sad they will eat ice-cream or chocolate to lift their mood. Eating triggered by emotion and not hunger is often called emotional eating that can...Read More
  • What is quinoa and what are its health benefits?

    Sakshi Dusat
    25 Jun 2014 | 10:51 pm
    Have you ever wondered whether the cereal you are consuming at breakfast is high on nutrition or not?  Well, quinoa (pronounced as keen-waah) is a healthy breakfast option that includes all the nutrients found in a healthy cereal and more. Quinoa is a seed native to the Andes mountains in South America and used to...Read More
  • Does Low Calorie Diet Work?

    Sakshi Dusat
    25 Jun 2014 | 9:23 pm
    Few people tend to remain fit all through their life. But for most of us age and lifestyle catches up with our metabolism and makes us unfit and old. First step towards knocking off the unwanted kilos is getting on a low calorie diet. While it works for some but there are more simple ways...Read More
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    Weight Loss Success

  • Do You Accept the Status Quo of Your Weight?

    George Diamond
    21 Jul 2014 | 4:09 am
    Weight Loss Success - Lose Weight -> Get Healthier -> Live Longer George Diamond Do You Accept the Status Quo of Your Weight? Weight Loss Success The Status Quo of Your Weight Many people I talk to daily would rather accept the status quo of their weight rather than to work on becoming thinner. They would rather take high blood pressure medication than lose weight. They would rather take insulin than lose weight. They are willing to accept the status quo of poor health. They are accepting future pain, because they just don’t want to lose weight. People think losing weight is hard.
  • Grab one thing and dig in – Weight Loss Motivation

    George Diamond
    18 Jul 2014 | 3:47 am
    Weight Loss Success - Lose Weight -> Get Healthier -> Live Longer George Diamond Grab one thing and dig in – Weight Loss Motivation Weight Loss Success Weight Loss Motivation Losing weight is about motivation. It is about having a strong motivation to do it. This means grabbing onto at least one thing and digging in. It means grabbing one strong and emotional reason for losing weight and using it to drive you to weight-loss success. As I just mentioned it must be a strong and emotional reason. It must also be a long term reason. For example, losing weight for a wedding might be a…
  • How To Make The Weight Loss Difference

    George Diamond
    16 Jul 2014 | 4:25 am
    Weight Loss Success - Lose Weight -> Get Healthier -> Live Longer George Diamond How To Make The Weight Loss Difference Weight Loss Success Weight Loss Difference The difference between losing weight and not losing weight is what you are willing to do to make it happen. This difference is determined by the motivation you have to make it happen. The stronger your motivation, the stronger and more powerful actions you will be willing to take. People that succeed at losing weight have a strong motivation to make it happen. Having the right motivation is the number-one key to all long-term…
  • Delay Your Gratification – Weight Loss Delayed Gratification

    George Diamond
    14 Jul 2014 | 4:16 am
    Weight Loss Success - Lose Weight -> Get Healthier -> Live Longer George Diamond Delay Your Gratification – Weight Loss Delayed Gratification Weight Loss Success Weight Loss Delayed Gratification Losing weight is not about eating everything you want, any time you want it, in any quantities you want. It is about delaying gratification now for what you will get later. Delay gratification is about trade-offs. Delayed gratification is trading what you want now for what you will get later (ie. a leaner body, better mobility, etc….). It does not mean that you have to give everything…
  • Let’s Talk Weight Loss – Weight loss Talk

    George Diamond
    11 Jul 2014 | 4:01 am
    Weight Loss Success - Lose Weight -> Get Healthier -> Live Longer George Diamond Let’s Talk Weight Loss – Weight loss Talk Weight Loss Success Talk Weight Loss : Weight Loss Talk After I first lost weight (over seven years ago) I walked into an office of a computer client of mine. A women working in the office asked me to sit down and proceeded to question me on how I lost so much weight. I looked around and noticed that she had a large stack of weight loss books on her credenza. I wondered why she was asking me how I lost weight when she had so many books that would teach…
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    The Tippy Toe Diet

  • The Last Rose of Summer

    Cammy Chapel
    16 Jul 2014 | 1:30 pm
    “The Last Rose of Summer” by Thomas Moore ‘Tis the last rose of summer, Left blooming alone; All her lovely companions Are faded and gone; No flower of her kindred, No rosebud is nigh, To reflect back her blushes, Or give sigh for sigh. I’ll not leave thee, thou lone one! To pine on the stem; Since the lovely are sleeping, Go, sleep thou with them. Thus kindly I scatter, Thy leaves o’er the bed, Where thy mates of the garden Lie scentless and dead. So soon may I follow, When friendships decay, And from Love’s shining circle The gems drop away. When true…
  • Alphabet Soup: Give Me a ‘G’

    Cammy Chapel
    9 Jul 2014 | 7:58 pm
    Wow, it’s been a while since I’ve played with the alphabet. If I recall correctly, ‘G’ is the next letter up in my series exploring different words and phrases that have helped me lose and maintain my weight. I don’t think anyone will be surprised by my first ‘G’ word: gratitude. At some point early in this process, I realized that in the past, I hadn’t been applying my usual ‘gratitude in all things’ philosophy to weight loss. I focused on what I couldn’t eat instead of the abundance of healthy foods to which I had access. I…
  • AIM: Food – It’s All in a Day

    Cammy Chapel
    7 Jul 2014 | 2:38 am
    The idea for this month’s AIM post comes courtesy of a reader who asked us to share ideas and recipes for meals. Rather than focus on a single meal, we decided to spread it out a little and cover the whole day by each taking a different meal or snack. If you want to read the day in order, start with Shelley, who is feeding us breakfast. Then hop back over here for lunch! Now, y’all know my recipes are mostly of the chop-and-stir variety, and this is especially so in summer, when even looking at the oven or stove makes me hot. So I eat a lot of cold food in the summer–yogurt…
  • Q&A: The Indepence Day Edition

    Cammy Chapel
    2 Jul 2014 | 8:05 pm
    Big holiday weekend coming up in the US, and boy am I glad. This week is kicking my butt! With so much going on, I can’t get my mind around any serious topics. Or even semi-serious ones, for that matter. What better time for a little Q&A? Your responses are always so much fun to read, and I find myself in need of some FUN! Red, white, or blue–which is your favorite color? What’s your favorite dish to take to a summer barbecue? (My asking and the pending neighborhood July 4th picnic are purely coincidental.) What is the farthest you have been from home? Will you be…
  • Walking on Air

    Cammy Chapel
    26 Jun 2014 | 12:48 pm
    When I woke up yesterday morning, I thought it was going to be just an ordinary day. I had to work a few hours in the morning, and then I planned to walk over to the gym in the afternoon, and then…just ordinary errands and stuff. Until I opened my front door: Oh my, what could this be? My long anticipated Asics have arrived! I think I know a little bit how expectant parents feel now! Twins! And they fit! You can guess how long it took me to get these babies laced up and head out the door. Uh-oh, stormy weather imminent. Oh well. My shoes fit the gas pedal nicely and got me to the gym…
 
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    Mamavation

  • Toxic Tap Water: Top 7 Reasons To Get A Home Water Filtration System

    Gina Badalaty
    23 Jul 2014 | 3:12 pm
    The water that comes from your tap should be a life-giving substance but all too often, it is treated with processes, exposed to chemicals, and may actually do more harm than good. Earlier this year, the residents of Charleston, West Virginia, discovered just how toxic water can be when a chemical spill from a nearby plant shut down the drinking water supply of 300,000 residents. While the water was deemed “safe” by officials shortly after, there was a hotbed of controversy surrounding the issue.  Weeks later, many residents still chose not to use their tap water for drinking. The…
  • Solutions to Remove Toxin Exposure

    Elizabeth
    23 Jul 2014 | 5:00 am
    This past Monday on Mamavation TV, our guest was author and environmentalist, Rick Smith. He, along with Bruce Lourie, co-wrote the best-selling book Toxin Toxout: Getting Harmful Chemicals Out of Our Bodies and Our World. This follow up to 2009′s Slow Death by Rubber Duck: How the Toxic Chemistry of Everyday Life Affects Our Health, takes on toxins in a new way— self-experimentation. Real Science We come into contact with toxins constantly in our daily lives, but just how much of an affect do these chemicals and pesticides have on our bodies? In a number of home…
  • A New Resistance Facebook Party Sponsored by Earth Mama Angel Baby

    Mamavation
    21 Jul 2014 | 11:07 am
    When I think about being part of A New Resistance it’s reminiscent to me of being part of the Rebel Alliance with Star Wars and I’m Princess Leia. I look great in buns, but my hair is red. But the difference is Star Wars was only a movie and A New Resistance is very real. And the second differences is this is less about getting yourself shot by the Galactic Empire, but more about them killing us slowly over time. Glyphosate has recently been detected in breastmilk all over the US suggesting it is bio-accumulative and that is VERY VERY BAD because it’s a poison. And just as…
  • Pregnancy Life with Gestational Diabetes

    Chris Lam
    21 Jul 2014 | 3:21 am
    I’ve had a fantastic pregnancy. I have loved every moment of this (my) first pregnancy, and I wish everyone had the same experience as me. Everything was awesome until Week 30 when I was tested for gestational diabetes. My world of eating whatever I wanted (within reason) died the day I received the call with results. What Is Gestational Diabetes? If you’re not familiar, gestational diabetes occurs when your pancreas works hard to create insulin but the placenta produces pregnancy hormones that block it from countering your blood sugar and it also can’t pass through the placenta to…
  • Remove the Toxins with Toxin Toxout

    Lydia
    17 Jul 2014 | 5:00 am
    Did you know that there are over 80,000 synthetic chemicals in commercial products? That means that every day, we are bombarded by toxic chemicals and ingredients that could be (or rather are most likely) wreaking havoc on our bodies. This week on Mamavation TV, we’ll be talking about practical strategies to remove the toxins from our bodies and our world as we chat with the authors of the new book Toxin Toxout: Getting Harmful Chemicals Out of Our Bodies and Our World. What’s Mamavation TV? Mamavation TV is a weekly show that is hosted by Leah Segedie that is broadcast live on…
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    Skinnytaste

  • Steak & Caramelized Onions with Arugula and Quinoa Penne

    23 Jul 2014 | 7:16 am
    Grilled steak with sweet balsamic caramelized onions are tossed with baby arugula, gluten-free quinoa, amaranth and brown rice penne pasta (you can use whatever pasta you like) topped with fresh shaved parmesan – I'm a sucker for a good steak salad, and this one is AWESOME! Packed with protein, it's made with lean sirloin, which I cooked on the grill pan, but you can cook it outside on the grill, or in a large skillet. The gluten-free quinoa pasta was from Tru Roots, it cooks al dente and tastes just like regular pasta, I was very impressed! You can also make this with whole wheat…
  • Lentil Salad

    20 Jul 2014 | 8:58 am
    This healthy salad is made with cooked lentils and diced fresh diced carrots, celery, bell pepper, onion, parsley and lemon juice – perfect to make ahead for lunch for the week as the flavors only get better overnight. It's also vegan, high in fiber, protein and only about 100 calories per serving.I've LOVE making my chicken and lentil soup, but I was never really a fan of using lentils in a salad (I'm a picky legume eater). But the other day I bought a small lentil salad at my local health food store to try and take to the beach and really enjoyed it, but I paid twelve dollars…
  • Mediterranean Boneless Pork Chops

    16 Jul 2014 | 8:55 am
    Talk about a delicious weeknight summer meal! These thin and lean thin pork chops are pan seared and served topped with julienned summer squash, roasted tomatoes, lemon juice, olives and Feta cheese. So much flavor and color in this dish!And it's hard to believe how light this is! One serving is two thin chops with a generous amount of vegetables on top for only 230 calories (or 6 Weight Watcher Points) I had to actually double check that to see if I was wrong because it sounded too good to be true. If you have a spiralizer, you can use that instead of a mandolin to cut the zucchini and…
  • Crock Pot Minestrone Soup

    15 Jul 2014 | 9:41 am
    This is by far the best recipe you'll ever try for Minestrone soup – a classic, hearty Italian soup with tomatoes, white beans, vegetables and pasta. You can use Swiss chard or baby kale instead of spinach if you wish and you can omit the pasta if you don't want the carbs – honestly you won't miss it with everything else in this soup.It's just my preference, but I like to puree the beans in this soup, it thickens it and you don't even know they are in there (great for picky eaters). What makes this soup extra special, is using the rind from a wedge of parmesan or…
  • Three Cheese Zucchini Stuffed Lasagna Rolls

    13 Jul 2014 | 7:29 am
     These EASY lasagna rolls are stuffed with zucchini, ricotta and Parmesan, then topped with marinara and mozzarella cheese – delicious, kid friendly and perfect if you want to feed a crowd. You can make them a day ahead and refrigerate, or if you like to cook for the month, these are also freezer-friendly. Double it up, or bring an extra to a friend in need, they'll thank you! (BTW, they're vegetarian also, perfect for Meatless Mondays!)By now I'm sure you figured out I LOVE zucchini! I just shared a roundup of 35 Skinny Zucchini Recipes, so here's number 36! I've been…
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    St.Vincent Bariatrics

  • LifeLines: Week of 7/21/14

    Editorial Staff
    21 Jul 2014 | 10:55 am
    If you’ve been struggling to lose weight, have you given any thought to bariatric surgery? It’s an approach that’s proven to be effective, and the procedure options are very safe. Get the facts by attending one of our many free bariatric weight-loss seminars. And have a look around MyBrandNewLife.org for more answers, stories, health tips and recipes like the one below. Even if you exercise regularly, it’s still a good idea to find opportunities for movement throughout the day, especially if you find yourself sitting for extended periods at work or at home. A group of cardiologists at…
  • LifeLines: Week of 7/14/14

    Editorial Staff
    14 Jul 2014 | 8:36 am
    Ready to start your journey toward a brand new life? If weight loss is something you’re interested in, bariatric surgery is a proven approach. If you’d like to know more, you can get all the answers you need at one of our free bariatric weight-loss seminars. And remember, you can keep yourself current each week with the newest information about bariatric surgery and weight loss right here at MyBrandNewLife.org. The 101st Tour de France is in full swing, which makes this as good a time as any to read up on the many health benefits of bicycling. It’s a low-impact activity that’s fun for…
  • LifeLines: Week of 7/7/14

    Editorial Staff
    7 Jul 2014 | 6:50 am
    If you’re struggling with weight loss or weight related illness, have you looked into bariatric surgery? Every week brings more and more reasons to consider this increasingly popular option. With your future in mind, we encourage you to sign up for one of our free bariatric seminars. You’ll have your questions and concerns addressed by one of our knowledgeable bariatric professionals and begin making the decisions that can lead to a happier, healthier you. Do it today! And while you’re at it, have a look around MyBrandNewLife.org at the latest news on bariatric surgery, lifestyle tips,…
  • LifeLines: Week of 6/30/14

    Editorial Staff
    30 Jun 2014 | 8:24 am
    If you’re considering weight-loss surgery but don’t know what to expect, consider signing up for one of our free bariatric weight-loss seminars—and have your questions answered by an experienced health professional. You’ll learn about the different types of procedures, how they work, what they can accomplish and the changes you’ll need to make afterward. And while you’re here at MyBrandNewLife.org, be sure to check out the latest news on bariatric surgery, lifestyle success stories, healthy diet, exercise and more. There’s been lots of encouraging news about bariatric surgery…
  • LifeLines: Week of 6/23/14

    Editorial Staff
    23 Jun 2014 | 11:52 am
    The decision to have weight-loss surgery shouldn’t be taken lightly. It’s important to understand how these procedures work, what you can expect and what steps you’ll need to take to get the best results once your surgery is over. If you’re considering bariatric surgery, you’re invited to join us for one of our free bariatric seminars where you can have all your questions answered by an experienced health professional. And be sure to get all the latest news about bariatric surgery, weight loss and healthy lifestyles right here at MyBrandNewLife.org. One of the biggest reasons…
 
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    Slim Fit Mama - Weight Loss Tips - Diet and Nutrition - Healthy Living

  • Dieting Website Has Users Bet to Lose, in Order to Win

    Gayla
    24 Jul 2014 | 4:50 am
    When you’re a size 14, the thought of putting on a bridesmaid’s dress can seem daunting, but Christina Maher was up for the challenge. By the day of her cousin’s wedding, Maher, a 26-year-old who lives in New York City, literally bet she could be down four dress sizes – 40 pounds in six months — and if she made it, she could win money. Maher sent $385 each month to HealthyWage, a company that allows users to place bets on its website and phone app that they meet weight loss goals in exchange for cash prizes. If she achieved her goal, Maher would win $5,000, plus get all her…
  • Study Compares Most Cost Effective Weight Loss Options

    Gayla
    24 Jul 2014 | 4:37 am
    Need some help losing weight? The diet program Weight Watchers and the weight loss drug Qsymia may be the best bang for your buck, a new study found. Researchers from Duke University compared the costs and effectiveness of three diet programs and three weight loss medications and found that Weight Watchers came out on top with a price tag of $155 per kilogram lost. ABC News | More ABC News Videos Full Article…
  • Fewer strokes for older Americans – experts concerned

    Gayla
    18 Jul 2014 | 8:08 am
    The number of older Americans who suffer strokes and the number of younger Americans who die from strokes is on the decline, but the growing rates of obesity threaten to reverse the trend, experts say. A recent study found a 24 percent overall decline in first-time strokes in each of the last two decades and a 20 percent overall drop per decade in deaths after stroke. The decline in stroke risk was concentrated mainly in the over-65 set, however, with little progress in reducing strokes among younger people. “We can congratulate ourselves that we are doing well, but stroke is still the No.
  • Women’s metabolism slowed by combination of stress and high-fat meals

    Gayla
    18 Jul 2014 | 7:54 am
    A new study in women suggests that experiencing one or more stressful events the day before eating a single high-fat meal can slow the body’s metabolism, potentially contributing to weight gain. Researchers questioned study participants about the previous day’s stressors before giving them a meal consisting of 930 calories and 60 grams of fat. The scientists then measured their metabolic rate – how long it took the women to burn calories and fat – and took measures of blood sugar, triglycerides, insulin and the stress hormone cortisol. On average, the women in the…
  • How to create an at-home spa experience

    Gayla
    8 Jun 2014 | 10:45 am
    For total mind and body relaxation, there’s nothing quite like pampering yourself for a weekend at your favorite spa. However, not everyone has the time to drop everything and go – and in many cases, they don’t have the financial means either. The good news is, with a little creativity you can easily create your own at-home spa experience. Whether your at-home spa experience is to lower your stress level or simply to improve your quality of life, by creating some “me time,” bringing positive energy into your living space can help bring on greater financial, spiritual and…
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    Ben Greenfield Fitness

  • #289: Drinking Water For Fat Loss, 3 Ways To Keep Injuries From Piling Up, Is Deli Meat Healthy & Much More!

    support@bengreenfieldfitness.com (Ben Greenfield)
    23 Jul 2014 | 12:48 pm
    July 23, 2014 Podcast: 3 Ways To Keep Injuries From Piling Up, Is Deli Meat Healthy, How To Defat Bone Broth, Is Powdered Peanut Butter Healthy, How To Maximize Performance in Fire Gear, and Where To Find Beyond Training Audiobook. Have a … Continued The post #289: Drinking Water For Fat Loss, 3 Ways To Keep Injuries From Piling Up, Is Deli Meat Healthy & Much More! appeared first on Ben Greenfield Fitness.
  • 2 Of The Biggest Juicing Mistakes (And How To Juice The Right Way).

    support@bengreenfieldfitness.com (Ben Greenfield)
    21 Jul 2014 | 2:00 am
    I met today’s guest article contributor – a big, muscular athlete named Drew Canole (pictured above) – at a seafood restaurant in San Diego. As Drew and I sat dining on crab claws and oysters with our mutual acquaintance Sean … Continued The post 2 Of The Biggest Juicing Mistakes (And How To Juice The Right Way). appeared first on Ben Greenfield Fitness.
  • How To Get Amazing Arms And Legs (And Why Exercise May Be Less Important Than You Think)

    support@bengreenfieldfitness.com (Ben Greenfield)
    19 Jul 2014 | 2:00 am
    That’s JJ Virgin pictured above. I first met JJ at a health conference in New York. I looked at the person seated in the chair to my left, and then I did a double-take as I realized that this woman sitting next to me … Continued The post How To Get Amazing Arms And Legs (And Why Exercise May Be Less Important Than You Think) appeared first on Ben Greenfield Fitness.
  • Episode #288 – Full Transcript

    support@bengreenfieldfitness.com (Ben Greenfield)
    16 Jul 2014 | 5:21 pm
    Podcast #288 from http://www.bengreenfieldfitness.com/2014/07/288-why-a-vegan-diet-helped-bill-clinton-best-fitness-phone-apps-standing-lawn-mowers/ [0:00:00]   Introduction:   Episode #288 of the Ben Greenfield fitness:  5 Ways To Get Fit With an iTunes Gift Card, How To Workout If Your Hands Are Broken, Why A Vegan Diet Helped Bill Clinton, Natural Remedies … Continued The post Episode #288 – Full Transcript appeared first on Ben Greenfield Fitness.
  • #288: Why A Vegan Diet Helped Bill Clinton, Best Fitness Phone Apps, Standing Lawn Mowers & More!

    support@bengreenfieldfitness.com (Ben Greenfield)
    16 Jul 2014 | 7:00 am
    Click here for the full written transcript of this podcast episode. July 16, 2014 Podcast: 5 Ways To Get Fit With an iTunes Gift Card, How To Workout If Your Hands Are Broken, Why A Vegan Diet Helped Bill Clinton, … Continued The post #288: Why A Vegan Diet Helped Bill Clinton, Best Fitness Phone Apps, Standing Lawn Mowers & More! appeared first on Ben Greenfield Fitness.
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    Ask Florine

  • The Poor Artichoke: Shunned, Dissed & So Misunderstood! (by Chef Isabella)

    Florine
    22 Jul 2014 | 7:43 am
    My heart aches for the artichoke. This edible thistle plant is shunned, dissed and misunderstand.  I get it. Besides being a little on the ugly-side, a lot of people push their carts right past them in the produce section for two other reasons: 1) they don’t know how to clean and prep them and 2) they don’t know how to prepare or use them. If you’re one that strolls on by with your nose in the air,  quit hating! You’ll thank me! First off, purchase some. (easy enough, right? Secondly, once you get them home, prep them. With a sharp knife, begin by cutting the a good bit of the end…
  • The Star-Power Behind Reaching Your Goals

    Florine
    4 Jun 2014 | 10:18 am
    Think of anything you’ve accomplished in life so far. What drove you to keep going no matter what came your way or who got in your way? What fueled you to accept nothing but success as the outcome? Besides your ever- evolving arsenal of tricks and talents, there is one main, inner driver that can put you in overdrive to get whatever you set out to accomplish. That driver is “self-confidence. It’s the beam that puts a bright spotlight on your capabilities.  It’s the fuel behind persistence and tenacity. It’s the X-factor that you might not even realize you have.  Years ago,…
  • It’s All About Making the Cut (Chef Isabella)

    Florine
    18 Mar 2014 | 11:42 am
    Watch this video to find out how to use veggies in place of pasta.
  • Martini Salad by Chef Isabella

    Florine
    18 Mar 2014 | 9:51 am
    Click through to find out how to make this beautiful salad that your guests are going to imitate!   MARTINI SALAD Serves 2 PointsPlus values per serving: 5    Ingredients: ½ fresh large tomato, small diced ¼ cup small diced yellow bell pepper ½ medium small diced avocado 6 large olives cut into wedges- for garnish 2 tsp. capers in vinegar, drained- for garnish ½ cup thin cut spinach (or any other greens of preference) 3 OZ. canned salmon, drained OR 3 OZ cooked wild salmon 2 tsp. extra virgin olive oil 2 tsp. fresh lemon juice Salt and pepper to taste   Season each…
  • Pre-Meeting Movie (at Centers): Chef Isabella Recipes

    Florine
    13 Jan 2014 | 8:07 am
    Remember to arrive early if  you attend meetings in Weight Watchers Centers in Michigan and Ontario to catch the pre-meeting movie that begins 15 minutes before each scheduled meeting.  These are the recipes Chef Isabella will be demonstrated (or has demonstrated) on one segment of the movie. Brussels sprouts and potato frittata  Serves: 8/2 PPV Ingredients: 2 cups Brussels sprouts, diced 1 small sweet onion, diced 1 large sweet potato, peeled and cubed small 16 oz. egg substitute ¼ cup low-fat milk 1/3 cup grated parmesan cheese Fresh basil, if available; otherwise fresh parsley or sage…
 
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    The WannaBuddy Blog

  • Fighting Stress

    John
    15 Jul 2014 | 7:26 pm
    Stress is a part of our daily lives. Many of us deal with extreme stress at least once a year. If ignored, stress can lead to a broad range of health issues. What can be done to deal with stress? It may be easier than you think.Nearly 50% of Americans surveyed said that they experienced a "seriously stressful event" within the past year. The leading cause of this stress was illness, followed by a death in the family and trouble at work. Most people react to stress in negative ways, like losing sleep and eating poorly.Responding to stress doesn't have to be negative. Recent research has shown…
  • Feel Younger and More Energetic in 7 Days

    John
    11 Jul 2014 | 7:41 pm
    Dr. Oz is getting older, but aren't we all? Thankfully, he has come up with a few easy strategies  to counteract aging and get the energy and vitality of youth. Are you ready to rev up your life in only seven days?The first step in Dr. Oz's 7-day plan is to clean out the digestive system. He suggests starting each day with a prebiotic smoothie. This will jump-start your metabolism and help get those healthy probiotics moving along in your digestive tract. Be creative; think blueberries, pomegranates, maybe even some mangoes. Make that blender earn its keep!Vitamin C is wonderful: it…
  • Broccoli Can Save Your Life

    John
    26 Jun 2014 | 7:48 pm
    A lot of foods are considered Super Foods because of the wonderful things they add to your body. But broccoli deserves a special label (maybe Super Duper Food?) for the things that it REMOVES from your body. New research shows that eating broccoli can cause your body to flush out some chemicals that are just plain nasty!Researchers from Johns Hopkins University, in cooperation with scientists in China, studied the effect of broccoli sprouts on several hazardous chemicals ingested by living in our modern polluted world. They focused on benzene and acrolein, nasty chemicals that are commonly…
  • Dr. Oz Chastised By Congress

    John
    17 Jun 2014 | 7:38 pm
    Dr. Oz is usually on the giving end of cross examinations, not the receiving end. So when he was called to testify before the Senate panel on consumer protection, it was only natural that he would be a bit defensive. The panel was, shall we say, skeptical about some of the claims made on the Dr. Oz show and wanted to understand the scientific basis for these claims, directly from the doctor himself.Dr. Oz has a tough job. Every week, he has to fill hours of air time within a very narrow range of subjects. The subject that gets the best ratings is, of course, weight loss. But how many diets…
  • New Hope for Predicting Aneurysms

    John
    6 Jun 2014 | 4:29 pm
    A ruptured cerebral aneurysm leads to death more than one third of the time. That makes identifying people who may suffer a rupture a key to extending their lives. New research has identified new tools for screening people who may be at increased risk.The arteries of the brain sometimes develop tiny bulges, called cerebral aneurysms. Most of the time, these bulges are harmless. Only when a bulge breaks are there severe problems. The ruptured aneurysm floods the brain with blood and deprives the brain tissue normally served by that artery of nourishment. This type of stroke can be debilitating…
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    My Fitness Hut: Build Muscle, Burn Fat, Boost Metabolism, Lose Weight

  • 10 Top Foods that Detox Your Body

    21 Jul 2014 | 4:36 pm
    When it comes to detoxing your body, there are many techniques you can follow and supplements you can take. One plan in particular is to eat detoxifying foods. Here is a list of detox foods that are a great addition to everybody’s diet.1. FruitsFruits are high in liquid-content which helps the body wash out toxins. They are also very easy to digest and are high in antioxidants, nutrients, fiber, and important vitamins.2. Green Foods   Fill your refrigerator with blue green algae, barley, wheat grass, kale, spinach, spirulina, alfalfa, chard, arugula,…
  • 2 Fat Burning Smoothies to Control Weight Gain

    19 Jul 2014 | 4:46 am
    You can use fat burning, delicious smoothies to help control your weight gain.   Who isn't looking for healthy snacks to control calories while maintaining energy during the day?And, if you want to build muscle, burn fat and get lean, its important to feed your muscles during the day and before and after your weight training workout.   The top key to keeping the weight loss off for good is to transform your body to lean.  Muscle mass is your top fat burning tool.See Top 10 Weight Loss TipsSmoothies are a perfect choice. They are easy to make and…
  • Sculpt Ab Obliques and Deep Core with Side Plank

    16 Jul 2014 | 4:42 am
    Tone your ab oblique muscles and strengthen your deep core muscles with the side plank. You will also burn your belly fat!External Oblique - these muscles are on the side and front of the abdomen and wrap around your waist.Internal Oblique - these muscles lie under the external oblique and run in the opposite direction.--Lie sideways on your left side.--Raise your body, resting on your forearm and side of foot. Keep your right leg on top of the left leg. Keep your body stiff and brace your torso (as if taking a punch). Keep your head in line with your torso (don't let…
  • 5 Tips for Summer Beach Body Workout

    12 Jul 2014 | 3:13 am
    Before you start hanging out at the beach this summer, get in shape and stay in shape. Here's a good fat-burning workout for you. All it takes is an intense, 20-30 minute workout.Your workout:1. Deep knee bend squats, 10 repetitions2. Walk 30 seconds3. Decline pushup on ball (pictured above), 10 repetitions4. Walk 30 seconds5. Medicine ball squat jumps, 10 repetitions, fast6. Walk 1 minute7. Pullups, 6-8 repetitions or inverted rows, 10 repetitions8. Walk 30 seconds9. Clock (3-D) lunges, 5 each leg10. Walk 1 minute11. Pushup plank, 10 repetitions, 5 second hold12. Walk 30…
  • 11 Behavioral Changes to Reach Fitness Goals

    9 Jul 2014 | 3:27 am
    Whether it’s taking on the challenge of eating healthier, stopping smoking, or beginning an exercise program, relying on willpower alone will lead to nothing but failure. Setting out on a fitness journey requires strategies for achieving a change in behavior. As American Council on Exercise (ACE) master trainer Nancy L. Naternicola points out in her forthcoming book, Fitness: Steps to Success (Human Kinetics, December 2014), you need to be able to answer questions such as how you will exercise regularly instead of sporadically or how you will choose healthy options at a holiday event.Not to…
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    Extreme Workout

  • The Importance of Hydration

    Jon
    24 Jul 2014 | 3:03 pm
    The following post is sponsored by FitFluential LLC on behalf of Propel. I was compensated and all opinions are 100% my own. If you took a poll of people you know, most everyone would agree that hydration is important. However, very few would know why. I recently attended a conference call with Laura Daray from the Gatorade Sports Science Institute to discuss hydration, the effects of dehydration and the science of staying hydrated. I learned a bunch about hydration which I’ll get into in a bit, but the most important thing I learned is that I am not staying as hydrated as I should. My body…
  • Battle of the Blades: ShaveMob vs. Dollar Shave Club

    Jon
    24 Jul 2014 | 12:29 pm
    There are many different components of overall health and wellness. Mosts of my posts are about physical well-being, with the occasional post about mental health and positive mindset. Something I don’t talk too much about is hygiene and finances, however, both of these are also important components to overall health. That all changes today! This post is a combo hygiene/financial well-being post. Razors are expensive. Your wallet will cry if you buy them at grocery stores or big box retailers. I turned to the interwebs to try and find a better solution and I found Dollar Shave Club. For…
  • Mizuno Wave Kazan Review | #BlazeNewTrails

    Jon
    21 Jul 2014 | 9:04 am
    I was compensated for this review as part of the FitFluential campaign but all opinions are my own. I have been trail running more recently, and I love it. I love running in general, but taking it to the trails has turned up my love for running a notch or two. Trails offer a few things that road running cannot deliver. First and foremost is the scenery; there is nothing better than running a trail and seeing amazing views or seeing parts of the city that I’ve never seen before. When I’m running on the road, and I generally run the same routes, the road never…
  • Propel #AddFlavorChallenge: Workout With A Friend: Tennis

    Jon
    14 Jul 2014 | 7:30 am
    The following post is sponsored by FitFluential LLC on behalf of Propel. I was compensated and all opinions are 100% my own. Summertime is upon us and I love it. Getting outdoors and being active is an awesome combination. When Propel announced that June’s #AddFlavorChallenge is working out with a friend, I immediately called my buddy Michael to figure out when we can get together to play tennis. We’re not good at tennis by any means, but we both enjoy playing and like that it’s a fun way to get a workout. We met at the court after work on a perfect weather evening. We were there to get…
  • Propel #AddFlavorChallenge: Workout with a Friend: Circuit Workout

    Jon
    3 Jul 2014 | 9:50 am
    The following post is sponsored by FitFluential LLC on behalf of Propel. I was compensated and all opinions are 100% my own. The Propel #AddFlavorChallenge for the month of June is to workout with a friend. Lucky for me, a lot of my friends workout and some are even in the fitness industry. When I learned of this month’s challenge, I immediately got in touch with my friend Jasmine who is a fitness freak! Jasmine has been a fitness instructor for a long time and is the creator of The Rhythm Revolution which is an AFAA accredited, musicality education program for fitness instructors.
 
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    Lose Weight FastLose Weight Fast

  • Achieve Success With These Weight Loss Tips

    admin
    24 Jul 2014 | 10:48 am
    You may feel perfectly happy with the way you look; however, carrying too much weight can have a negative impact on your health, it can also pose health dangers with serious consequences. Finding the best way to reverse the weight gain is difficult, but not impossible. Follow some of the information listed below and you can get those numbers moving down steadily. A great tip to shed some pounds is to do cardiovascular exercises when you wake up before you consume foods. Research has shown this fashion will burn 300% more than doing your exercise at some other time of day. French Fries Just…
  • Find Success With Weight Loss With These Tips

    admin
    23 Jul 2014 | 10:30 am
    The article will get you meet your goals. To aid a person trying to lose weight, look into other forms of getting around rather than using your car. Physical methods of traveling such as walking, like running or bicycling, rollerblading or bicycling can help you burn calories quickly.The day’s excess calories you accumulate during a given day are deposited in your body. You can prevent this from happening by burning these calories. TIP! 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…
  • Weight Loss And You: Ways To Make It Really Happen

    admin
    22 Jul 2014 | 8:17 am
    Summer is coming soon and it’s time to lose pounds for the needs to start losing that unwanted weight. You may decide to do this by yourself, however, exercise plan, a healthy diet, it can help you boost the process. Don’t store high-calorie snack foods in the house. If you do not bring home that tray of muffins, you won’t be faced with constant temptation. For instance, you could create some delicious fresh vegetables and put them on a tray in the fridge. TIP! A simple way to lose weight is by eating a salad before every dinner. Salads have a lot of fiber in them and that…
  • Lose Weight Quickly And Safely With These Tips

    admin
    21 Jul 2014 | 1:57 am
    Losing weight and boosting health are not always a component of being healthy. It’s important to learn the ways to lose weight correctly. Learn the ins and outs of weight without losing muscle in this article. Other options include Tai Chi, Pilates, or simply running. Talk to your doctor before beginning a health program. You can find many exercises to do at home. TIP! An important part of weight loss is your fitness regimen. You should strive for at least thirty minutes per day. Eat leaner meat dishes when you are trying to lose weight. Try choosing lean cuts of meat, instead of creamy…
  • Change Your Lifestyle To Lose Weight For Good!

    admin
    19 Jul 2014 | 3:32 pm
    A common resolution made on New Year’s Eve is to drop some weight. Try to refrain from working out and just doing an activity you like.This advice applies mostly to those who dread the thought of going to a gym. Instead, trick yourself into doing fun activities such as walking the dog, such as hiking, walking your dog, or going on a nature walk. This will reward your body and not seem like work. Red Meat If you stop eating red meat in your diet you can lose weight. Red meats can contribute to the risk of developing heart disease because they are high in cholesterol and saturated fat…
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  • 2014 Birthday Bucket List Update!

    roni
    24 Jul 2014 | 8:26 pm
    It’s my birthday! Today I turned 38 and I refuse to do what I did last year and ponder my age. Been there… done that — click here to see last year’s musing. Nope. This year I’m just popping in to update the list. I’m exhausted anyway. I had a long flight to San Jose and feel like I’ve been up for days! As for the list, I’m chipping away! I actually did more than I realized! Write a Bucket List. Live at the beach (at least part time), AKA buy a beach house. Become a World Traveler. I don’t even own a passport at the moment. 2013 Update:…
  • Why I Love The Husband…

    roni
    22 Jul 2014 | 8:33 pm
    His response to my body image woes:  “You’re an idiot.” Followed by… “Oops! Did I say that out loud? and a smirk.” I love that he calls me out on stuff like this. It’s the virtual smack I need. His response to my stressing about the #wycwyc book:  “So what you’re saying is trying to write a bestselling book is hard?” We both burst out laughing.  My birthday is this Thursday so of course I’m contemplating my age. His response:  “I don’t feel old. Some people don’t even make it to 38.” We’ve…
  • 20 Things I Ate Today

    roni
    21 Jul 2014 | 7:52 pm
    After my week of boardwalk indulgences, I’ve decided not to focus on calories or quantity as much as quality of my food choices. I’m not keeping a traditional food journal and I didn’t take any photos, but this is pretty much a complete list of everything I consumed today. water sweet potato fresh thyme coconut milk (a new obsession) 2 eggs kale bacon spicy slaw — click here for the recipe!  avocado maple syrup cocoa powder cashews dried apricots blueberries banana zucchini tomatoes carrots sugar snap peas yogurt cheese Not bad, right? Visiting a farm stand on the way…
  • A Productive, Lazy, Sensational Sunday

    roni
    20 Jul 2014 | 6:17 pm
    I’ve been in pajamas since, ohhhh I don’t know, 2-ish? I’m in the post-vacation blah mode but I #wycwyc’d my way to a productive Sensational Sunday! First, I didn’t even give myself an option this morning. I woke up and hit a local trail for my 8-mile training run. It was a great run but I got my toe stuck in a root and took a spill. I think I may have broken it. Grrrr. It’s feeling a little better. My trip to the gym tomorrow morning should be interesting. On a positive note I met a really nice box turtle on the trail. He was so cute! I also saw a few…
  • A Post-Vacation Note to Self…

    roni
    19 Jul 2014 | 6:31 pm
    It was vacation. It’s over. Moving on. I mean really, you couldn’t have had a better time. Why ruin it with self-loathing thoughts, guilt and regrets? You’re living the dream! Just look how lucky you are. THEY don’t care nor will they remember what you looked like in a bathing suit. You know what they will remember? Playing in the sand. Running in the surf. Diving in the waves. Sharing an ice cream cone. Playing Monopoly. Spending time with their cousin. Mom kicking Dad’s butt in Wacky Golf –OK, so I only won by one stroke but still! Riding rides. Racing…
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  • Dame Helen Mirren’s 12-minute workout

    MotleyHealth
    23 Jul 2014 | 2:56 pm
    Dame Helen Mirren is rated as one of the sexiest women in the world over the age of 60; she is now almost 69 years old. Helen made the headlines in 2008 when she was photographed in a red bikini… Read more → The post Dame Helen Mirren’s 12-minute workout appeared first on MotleyHealth.
  • What is food learning impairment?

    MotleyHealth
    23 Jul 2014 | 2:08 pm
    Health researchers from Yale have made a new discovery and with it a new condition that causes, or is linked with, obesity. The study was reported in the journal Current Biology. Yale School of Medicine found that some obese women have… Read more → The post What is food learning impairment? appeared first on MotleyHealth.
  • Nutritional Advice For Distance Runners

    Anonymous
    19 Jul 2014 | 7:05 am
    Long distance running requires a great deal of commitment, motivation, and determination. This needs to be applied to both training and competition and in order to compete and train at your best, you need to make sure that you are… Read more → The post Nutritional Advice For Distance Runners appeared first on MotleyHealth.
  • The Ultimate Legs, Bums and Tums Workout

    MotleyHealth
    19 Jul 2014 | 6:36 am
    This article provides some advice on toning bums*, tums and thighs. For each exercise start with 10 repetitions, then repeat the circuit as many times as you feel comfortable. As you get fitter and stronger, perform more reps each time,… Read more → The post The Ultimate Legs, Bums and Tums Workout appeared first on MotleyHealth.
  • Exercise Routine to Target Cellulite

    MotleyHealth
    19 Jul 2014 | 12:50 am
    We have started with this quote from Mathew Avram as it is important to know that currently there are still no known cures or effective treatments for reducing cellulite. However, one method that some people have claimed to help to… Read more → The post Exercise Routine to Target Cellulite appeared first on MotleyHealth.
 
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  • Favorite Outfit + $100 Giveaway to SWAK

    Emmie
    21 Jul 2014 | 4:26 am
    Earlier this summer when I saw that there were some wide leg printed pants making their way back into the mainstream, I got really excited. My mom used to wear these sorts of pants in the early 90s and I remember them with fondness. I had a bit of trepidation in wearing them because of the print, but I knew I had to try them. Printed Classic Jersey Pants c/o SWAK Designs, wearing 3X Caitlin Cowl Neck Tank c/o SWAK Designs, wearing 3X Crystal Necklace c/o French Connection, no longer available – similar Black Bucket Bag c/o French Connection, no longer available – similar…
  • FFFWeek: ELOQUII Party Recap + Current Faves

    Emmie
    10 Jul 2014 | 7:52 pm
    Miss my previous FFFWeek recaps? Here’s part 1, and part 2. Friday afternoon at Full Figured Fashion Week brought the ELOQUII and Redbook shopping event, held at The London Hotel. I think I need to stay there next time I’m in NYC because it was gorgeous. This was the view from the party. It was a beautiful day. I had changed out of my jumpsuit (verbally citing “jumpsuit regret” to those who had seen me earlier in the day) and into something else out of my comfort zone – a super short dress by BB Dakota from my Gwynnie Bee subscription. It looks normal length in…
  • Full Figured Fashion Week, Part 2 Recap

    Emmie
    7 Jul 2014 | 8:25 pm
    Now that FitBloggin‘ is over and I’ve been home enough to breathe, I’m glad to bring you the 2nd recap from FFFWeek! It’s been a couple of weeks since I wrote my part 1 recap from Full Figured Fashion Week, so check it out if you missed it! Thursday started off with True Model Management’s “Welcome to the Great Debate: The Future of the Plus Industry” Panel, which I was looking forward to. Panelists included Plus Model Magazine’s Madeline Jones; Alexandra Boos of PMM and True Model Management; Marie of The Curvy Fashionista; designers…
  • My Favorite Kiyonna Pieces On Sale!

    Emmie
    3 Jul 2014 | 9:08 am
    I don’t talk too often about sales, but one of my favorite retailers, Kiyonna, is having a massive sale right now, with select separates for $30 and dresses for $60 – many over 50% off from normal prices. Not only are they having just a mega sale, the pieces in the sale are some of my absolute favorites from them. These aren’t the items no one wants – they’re the ones EVERYONE wants! Gigi Lace Dress, Originally $128 – Now $60 Twirling in Tulle Skirt, Originally $88 – Now $30 Cayden Cold Shoulder Top, Originally $64 – Now $30 Portia Pin Up Dress,…
  • Creating New Memories, FitBloggin Style

    Emmie
    2 Jul 2014 | 10:06 pm
    Woah. I’m finally home for a tiny bit after 2 whirlwind weeks in New York for Full Figured Fashion Week (which was on the heels of Camp Throwback) and then Savannah for FitBloggin.’ I am so behind on everything, but am filled with gratitude for these experiences and the people I’ve been able to build genuine relationships with through blogging. I still plan on doing another FFFWeek event recap, but I wanted to go ahead and share some thoughts while they were top-of-mind. This was my fourth FitBloggin’ conference (2011 recap, 2012 recap, 2013 recap) and each year I…
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    It Sux To Be Fat

  • Note to Self

    Jennifer Swafford
    23 Jul 2014 | 2:51 pm
    Guess what day it is?!? Hump Day!  That commercial always makes me laugh! Happy Wednesday!  Today I want to take a minute to give myself some advice.  Red Envelope contacted me and asked me one simple question, “What is some advice or even a tip you’d give to your past-self, present-self and/or future-self.”  Sounds like a very thought provoking question so I decided I would write about it!  Here goes: Past-Self: You are missing out on life…take action steps to start living. You are a really great teacher…have faith in your abilities and don’t question…
  • Medifast Brownie Recipes – Review

    Katherine Holmes
    22 Jul 2014 | 2:29 pm
    I have to say that out of all of the Medifast food that I have tried, the brownie is my absolute favorite!! I love it. Seriously LOVE IT!! I have one every day and have found different ways to make it. You can make it as directed and it comes out as a cake like brownie. This is not one of my favorite ways to make it but it tastes good this way. I have just found other ways to make it that I like better. You can make it as a shake. I love it this way. It is very filling and tastes very good. My favorite is a Reese’s Peanut Butter shake. You blend 1 cup of unsweetened almond milk or…
  • Weight Loss Success Story: Chelsea Miller

    Jennifer Swafford
    20 Jul 2014 | 8:58 am
    Happy Sunday!  I LOVE today’s success story so much.  She puts it all out there and as I was sitting here reading/editing it, I hung on her every word.  She spoke to me so much and I know she is going to speak to you also! Meet Chelsea and check out her amazing transformation! Tell us a little about yourself, your family, your job, etc… My name is Chelsea, I’m 23, born and raised in Buffalo, New York with my family and three cats! I moved to Raleigh, North Carolina in June 2012 as I taught second grade in Louisburg, North Carolina and moved back to Buffalo in…
  • Be Where You Are

    Jennifer Swafford
    17 Jul 2014 | 3:00 pm
    As you all know, I am not thrilled with where I am now – in my weight loss journey and in my life. This has been a hard year for me with many ups and downs in not just my weight loss but in life in general.  My family has been through A LOT.  Luckily we have not had to deal with death or sickness but more relational things.  I try to keep all of that OFF my blog for personal reasons but just know, stress affects weight loss and there has been quite a bit of it for me lately. I saw this quote on Instagram the other day and it was just perfect for me. I don’t know about you but…
  • Quest Protein Bars Variety Pack – Review

    Jennifer Swafford
    15 Jul 2014 | 3:32 pm
    I told you all before how much I LOVE Quest bars in chocolate chip cookie dough flavor.  They are by far my favorite protein bars because they don’t taste like traditional protein bars and they are one of the healthiest on the market.  They are super low in sugar, low in carbs and high in protein.  The best thing is they taste AMAZING! Quest also sent me a variety box of 12 different flavors. It took me a while to taste them all so I could give you my personal opinion on each of them.  I just finished the last one today and I was super excited to be able to share my opinion of each…
 
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    Her Fitness Hut

  • Top 10 Stress Reducing Foods

    Mark Dilworth - Her Fitness Hut
    23 Jul 2014 | 10:40 am
    Feeling stressed? Get some exercise! It’s one of nature’s most underutilized activities and perhaps one of the most effective and natural stress reducers. Studies consistently indicate that exercise is a helpful tool for alleviating stress and improving overall mood. However,... (Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) The post Top 10 Stress Reducing Foods appeared first on Her Fitness Hut.
  • Paleo Pepperoni Mushroom Mozzarella Pizza

    Mark Dilworth - Her Fitness Hut
    19 Jul 2014 | 4:22 am
    Eat this delicious Paleo Pepperoni Mushroom Mozzarella Pizza with Cauliflower Crust to stay full for longer and burn more fat! One of the foods that most people miss the most when they switch to “Eating Paleo” is good old-fashioned pizza.... (Visited 19 times, 9 visits today) The post Paleo Pepperoni Mushroom Mozzarella Pizza appeared first on Her Fitness Hut.
  • 7 Lasik Surgery Questions to Consider

    Mark Dilworth - Her Fitness Hut
    15 Jul 2014 | 2:20 am
    Have you ever compared the cost/benefits of lasik surgery versus the overall costs of contact lenses or eye glasses? Its worth your time to investigate. Your sight is precious…… Via: King Lasik Mark Dilworth, BA, PES Her Fitness Hut (Visited 14 times, 6 visits today) The post 7 Lasik Surgery Questions to Consider appeared first on Her Fitness Hut.
  • 5 Tips for a Muscular, Feminine Body

    Mark Dilworth - Her Fitness Hut
    7 Jul 2014 | 2:02 am
    You can have a muscular, feminine body without being bulky. Its a fact that muscular women burn more fat and stay leaner throughout life, if they maintain exercise and nutrition. It doesn’t matter how old you are. You can build... (Visited 152 times, 2 visits today) The post 5 Tips for a Muscular, Feminine Body appeared first on Her Fitness Hut.
  • 11 Eating Tricks to Lose Weight without Starving

    Mark Dilworth - Her Fitness Hut
    2 Jul 2014 | 3:20 am
    Burn fat and lose weight by eating right, not by starving yourself.  You might be surprised by how much you can eat and still burn fat and lose weight.  Most of all enjoy your food!  There are plenty of healthy... (Visited 73 times, 1 visits today) The post 11 Eating Tricks to Lose Weight without Starving appeared first on Her Fitness Hut.
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    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.
  • Coconut Balls Vegan Treats

    Donna Richards
    21 Jul 2014 | 4:41 am
    Coconut has become quite the buzz recently and it continues to trend in many health-focused recipes, so here's one of my favorite uses of coconut: coconut balls vegan treats. There are four different coconut ingredients in this recipe... The post Coconut Balls Vegan Treats appeared first on Body Confidence with Donna and Tora.
  • Jamie Oliver Thai Red Curry

    Donna Richards
    17 Jul 2014 | 7:34 am
    I'm a big fan of Thai food so I decided to try this Jamie Oliver Thai red curry - but give it a healthy twist so it fits with our healthy eating philosophy. The post Jamie Oliver Thai Red Curry appeared first on Body Confidence with Donna and Tora.
  • Push Ups For Women: 5 Tips On How To Do A Push Up

    Tora Cullip
    9 Jul 2014 | 4:48 am
    In this video, I'll show you the correct form for push ups for women and how to progress from the modified push up to a full push up. The post Push Ups For Women: 5 Tips On How To Do A Push Up appeared first on Body Confidence with Donna and Tora.
  • 10 Essential Rules For Healthy Eating

    Donna Richards
    3 Jul 2014 | 3:03 am
    The reason we’re talking about the 10 essential rules for healthy eating today is so often we get asked, "how do you look so good for your age?". The post 10 Essential Rules For Healthy Eating appeared first on Body Confidence with Donna and Tora.
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    The Girl in Yoga Pants

  • Top 10 Exercise Myths Infographic

    Toni “The Girl in Yoga Pants” TGiYP
    18 Jul 2014 | 4:00 am
    The Girl in Yoga Pants The Girl in Yoga Pants - Living With Fibromyalgia When you’re trying to maintain a healthy and active lifestyle or you’re trying to lose weight, it’s important to dispel common nutrition and exercise myths to get the most out of your lifestyle. This helpful infographic points out common exercise myths and provides the real facts. by killerinfographics. The post Top 10 Exercise Myths Infographic by %AUTHORLINK%% %%appeared first on The Girl in Yoga Pants.
  • Exercise With Chronic Illness

    Toni “The Girl in Yoga Pants” TGiYP
    14 Jul 2014 | 8:00 am
    The Girl in Yoga Pants The Girl in Yoga Pants - Living With Fibromyalgia Do you have a chronic illness and think exercise is a waste of what little energy you have left? Or, do you try to exercise, but end up exhausted and in pain for several days afterward? Without a doubt, exercise is a difficult endeavor for those with chronic illness. However, neglecting exercise may worsen your condition, decrease your ability to function, and lead to other chronic diseases. On the other hand, trying to do too much, too soon will likely make you crash. That’s not good, either. If you want to live the…
  • The Ultimate Guide to Good Posture Infographic

    Toni “The Girl in Yoga Pants” TGiYP
    11 Jul 2014 | 4:00 am
    The Girl in Yoga Pants The Girl in Yoga Pants - Living With Fibromyalgia Posture is about far more than looking confident and poised. Sitting or standing in the right position makes sure our bodies function properly. Here we will look at posture and how you can improve yours – starting today. by voltiercreative. The post The Ultimate Guide to Good Posture Infographic by %AUTHORLINK%% %%appeared first on The Girl in Yoga Pants.
  • Mushroom, Onion, And Sausage Scramble Recipe

    Toni “The Girl in Yoga Pants” TGiYP
    8 Jul 2014 | 4:00 am
    The Girl in Yoga Pants The Girl in Yoga Pants - Living With Fibromyalgia This recipe is one of my favorite meals. It’s quick, easy, and tasty any time of the day. I use a natural sausage without any additives from my local grocery store. It’s important to use the best quality meat you can afford. Here’s a recipe card for you. Enjoy! Mushroom, Onion, and Sausage Scramble 2014-02-08 16:23:05 Serves 1 A quick and easy meal that's tasty any time of the day. Write a review Save Recipe Print Prep Time 1 min Cook Time 5 min Total Time 6 min Prep Time 1 min Cook Time 5 min Total…
  • The Deception and Dangers of High Fructose Corn Syrup Infographic

    Toni “The Girl in Yoga Pants” TGiYP
    4 Jul 2014 | 4:00 am
    The Girl in Yoga Pants The Girl in Yoga Pants - Living With Fibromyalgia A raging debate we have seen enacted out in television ads and other media outlets is whether or not high fructose corn syrup, or HFCS, is actually bad for us or not. While we’ve heard the opinions for either side, do we really know the facts? Here are some details that can help you to make up your mind about HFCS. Explore more infographics like this one on the web’s largest information design community – Visually. The post The Deception and Dangers of High Fructose Corn Syrup Infographic by…
 
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    Hiden scret To lose weight in 2 days

  • Information About Recording Pulse Oximeter

    24 Jul 2014 | 8:43 am
    By Rosella Campbell Pulse oximetry is a measurement method used on patients to monitor O2 saturation in blood. This monitoring is done using a recording pulse oximeter. The gadget monitors and records any changes in the degree of oxygen concentration in blood cells and alerts the doctor. Notification can be in form of a sound and only happens when the level falls too low. Early medical intervention can therefore be done following the alerts. Spectrophotometry is the main principle that the working of these gadgets bases on. This principle is dependent on the mode of absorption of red and…
  • Hiring A Neuropsychologist For The Speculations In The Behavior

    24 Jul 2014 | 8:42 am
    By Rosella Campbell There can be some speculations that people might have in their minds. They can be thinking of having the symptoms that can let them deal with everything they want to work on. A neuropsychologist New York might have them all the possibilities to be handled well as they get what they wanted. Humans have their complex way of thinking that may just affect everything around them since this may just find them what they wanted to work on and just deal well. Right there, they may just need the assistance of the professionals to let them be guided on everything they are supposed to…
  • How Insoles For Flat Feet Can Help Ease The Symptoms

    24 Jul 2014 | 8:36 am
    By Rosella Campbell A surprising number of people experience chronic foot problems. Swelling and pain makes it difficult to walk or run. A large percentage of people suffering from such problems are simply wearing the wrong type of shoes, with high heels being the number one culprit. Another common problem seen by podiatrists is fallen arches. This means that the patient does not have an instep. Insoles for flat feet can help to ease the discomfort experienced by these patients. Fallen arches can be the cause of a range of symptoms. Some sufferers experience constant pain but most sufferers…
  • The Good Benefits Of Zumba

    24 Jul 2014 | 8:35 am
    By Rosella Campbell At times, you cannot just blame yourself for being stout. Of course, if there are simply a lot of mouth watering food by the road, you cannot just resist them. So what happens is you buy each delightful food which you find really yummy at that sort of time. And with that, you just would not notice that you have already consumed a lot. So naturally, as a result you will find yourself in a state where you find it hard to remedy. Speaking, of course, being an obese is not that easy to solve. So what will happen is that you will be an object of bullying and criticism. Not only…
  • Helpful Tips To Easily Buy P90X Equipment

    24 Jul 2014 | 7:48 am
    By Coleen Torres Anyone that is currently focused on the idea of reaching their fitness goals is usually quite excited about the journey. Excitement can quickly turn into stress when dealing with the needs for ensuring that the appropriate routine is established while also being fully prepared to complete all phases of the workout. Anyone focused on this particular effort should learn the most common tips to easily buy P90X equipment for the sake of ensuring their endeavors are easily managed. P90X has grown into one of the top rated programs for anyone that is interested in losing weight and…
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    Fat Loss Boss | How to Lose Fat » Blog

  • Your Current Body Shape Comes Down To This One Thing…

    Rohan Thompson
    5 Jul 2014 | 4:52 am
    Got too much fat? Check your standards… I just stumbled across this quote from a popular self-help guru named Tony Robbins:  “Our bodies are a reflection of our physical standards. They are not a reflection of our desires. Most people have a desire for more energy or a better body or a fitter body. We don’t get our goals. We get our musts.” So true. In the end, most things come down to one thing: your standards… Here’s how I currently make sense of it.  How Your Current Standards Work Your standards are rules that govern the results of…
  • Fasting & How The Fast Diet Works (or Fails!)

    Rohan Thompson
    21 Jun 2014 | 10:41 pm
    These days an increasing number of people are asking me about fasting (when you stop eating for a day or more) and The 5:2 Diet… It’s the same classic questions that keep coming up. “Does fasting really help you lose weight?” “Sally’s been fasting for the past 4 weeks and she’s lost over 3kgs – should I start fasting too?” And, “What do you think about this new 5:2/intermittent fasting Diet”? I might like to smile, wink, and tell them, “Don’t you know? Fasting is THE secret to a toned physique, bulging bank account and partner of your dreams that…
  • What Every Woman Ought To Know About Menstruation & Fat Loss

    Rohan Thompson
    14 Jun 2014 | 6:13 am
    I could feel the tension in the room rising. Jessica was explaining how her monthly PMS (Premenstrual syndrome) had virtually forced her to devour an abundance of chocolate and popcorn. Now she felt fat, bloated and angry at herself for overeating… Then Brad cut in, “Do you have to eat chocolate?” I was wondering the same thing. Did she? Did it have to be this way? Was chocolate really irresistible for women experiencing their periods?.. Did a woman’s menstrual cycle make fat gain virtually inevitable? We were about to find out because at that moment Brad stood up and left…
  • “If you want to be popular, you can’t afford to be SKINNY!”

    Rohan Thompson
    27 May 2014 | 4:54 am
    With increasing numbers of fatties lugging their bellies around the planet, I was presently surprised when my client Olivia sent me these weights gain ads from 1940s-1970s and 1908-1984. Can you believe it? Advertisements pitching women on gaining fat and avoiding the “skinny” look? Before the invention of fast food, Mars bars, and Doritos, folks had a harder time packing on the pounds. In fact, these advertisements (along with an abundance of obesity charts) indicate that the issue was gaining weight rather than losing it. How times have changed… No wonder my grandma sometimes looked…
  • New Body, New Mindset, New Prizes

    Rohan Thompson
    19 Apr 2014 | 8:12 pm
    This post is a follow up to last week’s post on the Fat To Abs In 60 Days Program that you can check out here. David English – the Champion of “Fat To Abs In 60 Days” March 2014 program has collected his loot (a new iPad Mini Retina Display) and of course, his abs, as you can see here: Well done David! David managed to step up, raise his standards and push through to a healthier and better life. And if he can do it, you can do. The question is.. Are you willing to invest just 20 minutes per day for 60 days to transform your body and your life? If you are – and…
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    Alivebynature - Natural Health and Diet Products

  • About Alive By Nature

    admin
    21 Jul 2014 | 11:27 am
    Alive By Nature is family owned and operated. We are dedicated to assisting as many people as possible to live healthier lives. Along with providing what we believe are the best brands of supplements available, we also provide information to assist you on a daily basis in your weight loss and health improvement efforts. “Our […] The post About Alive By Nature appeared first on Alivebynature - Natural Health and Diet Products.
  • Releasing The Lycopene Infuriates Raw Foodies

    admin
    7 Jul 2014 | 9:05 am
    My Raw Foodie friends will hate me for this article. Because I proved them WRONG! It’s first time I’ve ever been able to win an argument with them. The problem being is they’re usually right. You now the enthusiasts that believe it’s “Raw Or Nothing”. It’s Hard To Argue With Raw Foodies! The raw food […] The post Releasing The Lycopene Infuriates Raw Foodies appeared first on Alivebynature - Natural Health and Diet Products.
  • Green Tea Health Benefits

    admin
    28 Jun 2014 | 8:31 am
    Green Tea The Healthiest Beverage?   Hey if you didn’t know that Green Tea is good for you than you have been living under a rock. Green Tea has been recognized for thousands of years for its medicinal properties. How Much Do You Need? The cool thing is that there really isn’t a downside to […] The post Green Tea Health Benefits appeared first on Alivebynature - Natural Health and Diet Products.
  • 7 Reasons To Drink Green Tea Lemonade Daily

    admin
    8 Jun 2014 | 3:30 pm
    7 Reasons To Drink Green Tea Lemonade Daily What Is Green Tea Lemonade? It’s just green tea with the juice of fresh lemons squeezed into the tea. The term “Green Arnold Palmer” is getting popular not just because it is basically and Arnold Palmer made with Green Tea, but its also good for you  which […] The post 7 Reasons To Drink Green Tea Lemonade Daily appeared first on Alivebynature - Natural Health and Diet Products.
  • Forskolin has Benefits Besides Fat Burning and Muscle Building

    bernardo
    15 May 2014 | 4:06 am
    There's a new herb that has recently been discovered in the western world that produces organic compounds that can increase the effectiveness of weight loss plans and help build lean muscle in the mean time. The organic compounds are called forskolin and can be extracted from the plant known as Coleus Forskohlii which grows in several temperate regions of lower Asia. The post Forskolin has Benefits Besides Fat Burning and Muscle Building appeared first on Alivebynature - Natural Health and Diet Products.
 
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    Smart Way To Fat Loss

  • 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…
  • Changes You Should Make To Your Exercise Regime Today For Fat Loss!

    Steve
    14 Jul 2014 | 12:47 am
    This is a guest post by James Darnbrook, who is sharing his thoughts on keeping things fresh and making changes that will keep you motivated in your exercise regime. The UK’s NHS (National Health Service) now says that an adult over 65 should be getting 150 minutes of cardiovascular exercise, as well as 90 minutes of muscle strengthening exercise every week! The head of Gym Free Trainers, A Liverpool Personal Trainer Company agrees whole heartedly. Lee says, “4 hours is about right for people over 60, if you’re between 50 and 60 it should be even more. As you get older you…
  • We Are One (Year Old Today)

    Steve
    2 Jun 2014 | 1:00 am
    That’s right, the Smart Way To Fat Loss site is one year old today! Please join in the celebrations… but do go easy on the cake folks!! For those of you who may be new to the site, or like to look back, here are some of the highlights: 49 blog posts, the 5 most popular of which have been: Nike+ Kinect Training Review Juice Diet (Fast) Results And Struggles Week 1 My Fat Loss Guide The Secret Ingredient For The Ideal Body? Exercise For Beginners 43lb lost (at this last count) Well over 500 miles walked! Actually a little over 850 miles now… I hope you’ve enjoyed the…
  • 7 Best Heart Healthy Foods For Summer

    Steve
    29 May 2014 | 2:55 am
    This is a guest post by Amber Rosh, who is sharing seven ideas for healthy summer foods. The arrival of summer means more days at the pool, family get-togethers, picnics and outdoor activities. It’s a great time where family and friends meet, have fun and enjoy delicious foods together. At summer time, there are a lot of delicious foods to grill up plus all the other tasty sides, desserts and drinks which round out the meal. However make sure that you have the following foods in your menu for summer…   Sweet potatoes According to nutritionists, a sweet potato has a potent…
  • Tools And Resources For Weight Loss

    Steve
    1 May 2014 | 1:05 am
    Today we launch our Tools And Resources page, which gives you easy to access links to all the key tools and resources covered on the site. This new page can be easily accessed from the main menu bar and new resources will be added to the list over time so do check back regularly or sign-up for your free updates and notifications. In addition to a list of the most used and referenced tools on the site I’ve added a detailed overview to two of the most requested calculators, these being the Basal Metabolic Rate and Body Mass Index calculators. Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) is a way to…
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    Obesity Overload

  • Thor Workout...Strength of an Asgard Warrior!

    4 Jul 2014 | 5:04 pm
    Come on, we have seen the workout that Batman threw down, but now there is a Thor workout?!? Yep! Thor's workout is a shoulder and upper body heavy workout that is bound and determined to leave your core burning like lightning, and your shoulders like smoldering fire. Chris Hemsworth a really ripped and lean body, but it wasn't always like that. He began to throw down this workout and lost some fat to really cut out his muscle. Now, he is known as an iconic Marval legend known as Thor. Thor is admired for his cannonball shoulders, tight eight pack core, and quad god legs that leave nothing to…
  • 5 Tips to Beat Obesity

    2 Jul 2014 | 7:26 pm
    You may have heard that it was said, "You are what you eat." This isn't always true, but there is something to be said for eating too much or eating a bunch of food that's bad for you. You won't become a fatty, greasy piece of pizza if you eat it, but you may become obese or overweight if you eat too much pizza, too often. You won't become a carrot if you eat it either! You can become someone that obese if you eat obese inducing foods. Not to worry, we are going to give you 5 tips to jumpstart you on your beating obesity.1. ListenA lot of us, when we are looking for something to eat have a…
  • Why do we Eat When we Are Not Hungry?

    26 Jun 2014 | 2:11 pm
    I was here at home and I was thinking about weight loss and dieting. Last night we didn't have a whole lot of money to go and get some food. The fridge was empty, the cupboards were empty, and we were low on food in the house. I must have checked those places a million times for food. I had downed three bottles of water, but my body felt hungry no matter what I ate. Have you ever wondered why we eat even when we are not hungry? We are going to get into why we eat when we are not hungry.1. Not Enough Water!We do not drink enough water in our lives and we are a dehydrated people in the world.
  • What is Obesity Overload?

    25 Jun 2014 | 12:02 pm
    I wanted to really explain the purpose of this blog and what I hope to accomplish. I need everyone to read this message. It's that important to me and to the wellness of the blog. Obesity Overload is a blog that I started in 2012 when we were really in trouble when it came to obesity. It was an epidemic!WHO and WHAT?Two years later, we are still in trouble and we are still having an epidemic of obesity because people do not care whether they are obese or whether they have a six pack. I am someone that is obese, but I'm working on losing weight and working out around every turn. I sympathize…
  • What Will Weight Loss be Like in 10 Years?

    25 Jun 2014 | 10:09 am
    Have you ever thought about this question or one that is similar to it? I think that very few of us have ever thought about it. We barely think about what our weight loss will look like today, tomorrow, or maybe even a few days from now. We are a very narrow minded people to only focus on what we will be doing in the next few minutes. I want to think hypothetically and think on the wild side of things. Let's go into our time traveling machine and imagine what weight loss will be like in 10 years!I think that weight loss in 10 years will be just like everything else we're doing these days, but…
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    Full Plate Living

  • Stress and Fat: Three Ways to Get Rid of Both

    Lonnie Carbaugh
    24 Jul 2014 | 1:11 pm
    Do you have a hard time saying “no”? The Full Plate Diet prides itself for allowing you to fill your plate and still lose weight. That’s pretty cool because I like to eat. But when it comes to other areas of life, having a full plate is NOT always a good thing. For example, if you feel like your day begins with the shot of a starter pistol and doesn’t stop until you crash into bed…not good, especially if you are trying to lose weight. Why? When we are constantly on the go, stress goes up - along with our weight! Here’s why:
  • The Beginner’s Guide to Restaurant Eating - 5 Practical Tips for Healthier Eating on the Go

    Dan Braun
    18 Jul 2014 | 2:43 pm
    When you’re on a diet, does walking into your favorite restaurant make you feel like a recovering alcoholic walking past the bar? The embrace of familiar smells. Good memories. Peer pressure. It’s hard to want to be good in the face of such delicious flavors and a smiling waiter. While eating out doesn’t make it easier for you to lose weight, there are practical ways to create a healthy meal at almost any restaurant.
  • Two Secret Strategies Deborah Used to Make Her Cravings Go Away

    Lonnie Carbaugh
    15 Jul 2014 | 7:00 am
    Editor’s Note: Recently I had the privilege of visiting with Deborah. She told me how she lost 26 pounds in 3-months. One of her biggest challenges was dealing with problem foods. She shared with me 2 strategies that helped her cravings for these foods to go away. Before I give you those strategies: Here’s Deborah’s story Weight has been an issue for me at three different points in my life.
  • 50 Recipes for Learning How to Love Beans

    Amanda Martin
    10 Jul 2014 | 7:00 am
    How much do you know about beans? I confess I'm still learning the good things about them because they aren’t always so popular. Does this sound familiar? “Chili, no beans," “the Rice and Beans Budget,” and the song we learn long before we start music lessons: “Beans, beans, the musical fruit…” Not so nice, huh? Quite negative even?
  • Weight Loss Tips I Used to Lose 23 Pounds in 3-Months

    Lonnie Carbaugh
    8 Jul 2014 | 1:20 pm
    Editor’s Note: Recently one of our readers, Lena, shared with me how she lose 23 pounds over the last three months. In her own words here’s Lena’s story: About 15 years ago I started having lung issues, and my doctors put me on steroids. That’s also when I started gaining weight. From that time until this past spring I went on countless diets and lost weight only to gain it back and some.
 
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    Slimarea

  • 15 Tips on Losing Weight Without Trying

    Anna White
    30 Jun 2014 | 11:12 am
    Weight loss can be difficult. It requires a change in your diet, you exercise routine, and your overall attitude toward your health and your body. Some people do not have the time to put into exercising and changing their daily routine. If you are looking to lose weight, but do not want to try too hard, there are a few things that you can do to lose weight without really trying. 1. Eat Eggs for Breakfast Steve Johnson/Flickr Studies have shown, that people who eat eggs for breakfast, will typically consume less calories throughout the day than those who do not include eggs in their breakfast…
  • 10 Foods Rich in Fiber

    Anna White
    30 Jun 2014 | 9:33 am
    Fibers are essential for a balanced diet. They are mainly found in whole grains such as wheat bran and oats, legumes, fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds.There are two different types of fiber, each type having a different body part: soluble fiber and insoluble fiber. Soluble fibers contribute to lower cholesterol. They slow down the absorption of glucose in the blood moderating insulin secretion, which disturbs less glucose. The best food sources of soluble fiber are: oats (oat bran, oat cereal and oatmeal), barley; some fruits (raspberries, oranges), vegetables (Brussels sprouts, potatoes),…
  • The Top 10 Exercise Myths [Infographic]

    Anna White
    30 Jun 2014 | 6:50 am
    Working with machines cannot always monitor your heart rate or weight loss potential. A growing number of people love to hear a good beat but this is no sure way of losing weight. When exercises are worked to the sound of upbeat music the job of losing weight gets easier but monitoring is based on age and ability. Most people have a tune they enjoy, and would love to exercise to it. This is the best way to get a high quality workout. These rhythms enhance any exercise program and make you forget the time and the effort. Slow exercise methods do not burn as many calories. Music is available…
  • Top 20 Weight Loss Transformations Of May 2014

    Anna White
    29 May 2014 | 9:07 am
    Getting motivated to lose weight might be the hardest part. This is why we’ve found amazing, inspirational before/after photos from may. Those success stories will motivate you to eat healthy, exercise and develop fit body. aimlessme.tumblr.com “3 years ago today I walked into an Anytime Fitness as a 321-pound guy hoping to lose 30 pounds that summer. 1 year later I was 110-pounds lighter and have kept it off since. It’s the one thing I’ll never feel guilty bragging about. guys-im-a-sailor-noww.tumblr.com “I know that my tummy scars will never go away and I’ll probably…
  • 12 Reasons For Fatigue and Possible Treatments

    Anna White
    29 May 2014 | 6:24 am
    Fatigue is an often experienced but not always well understood symptom of many different ailments. The general accepted treatment for fatigue is an increase in exercise and a re-evaluation of an individual’s dietary habits. However, it is important to understand the various underlying causes of fatigue and treat these as well as working to combat the symptom of fatigue. These underlying causes can be roughly broken into three categories, which are: lifestyle causes, physical causes, and mental causes. Often, when an individual suffers from fatigue they have factors in all three…
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    Weight Loss United | Weight Loss Tips & Reviews

  • What is a Meal Replacement Shake?

    weightlossunited
    6 Jul 2014 | 10:38 pm
    Shake to lose or maintaining your weight. Sometimes it is difficult to prepare healthy meals, and that is why meal replacement shakes have become increasingly popular. These shakes allow dieting individuals a solution for a hectic lifestyle. Yes, it is always ideal to get your nutrients from healthy foods, but there are a number of shakes that offer benefits as well. Plus, these shakes are a better option when having to choose between eating junk food or skipping a meal. When you make the decision to use meal replacement shakes, it is important that you determine how many shakes to drink a…
  • 5 Reasons for Water Retention

    weightlossunited
    24 Jun 2014 | 1:26 am
    Common causes for the extra water weight. Normal weight gain should not be caused by excessive water. It is true that the human body is made up of water, but there are some prime reasons why you are carrying extra water weight. Sometimes it is because of a health problem, other times it’s because of things you are or may not be doing that affect the water build up in your body. When you experience water retention, it is a direct result of an imbalance of electrolytes and minerals. These are things that the body needs to function properly and when you lack of them,  it may causes the…
  • 8 tips to slim down fast for summer

    weightlossunited
    19 Jun 2014 | 2:52 am
    Simple changes to make you look better this summer. Do you want to slim down fast for summer? Then there are some things you can do to make this goal a reality. If you choose to make simple changes in your lifestyle, those extra pounds will be gone in no time. Here are some tips to help you slim down fast for summer. 1. Stay Away From Fast Food Although, fast food is convenient, it is filled with fatty calories that are not nutritional. Fast food restaurants prepare meals that are extremely high in calories that it leaves you using up all your allowed calories for the day in one meal. Just…
  • Prickly Pear Cactus Supplement?

    weightlossunited
    18 Jun 2014 | 6:33 pm
    A cactus remedy for your weight problem. Native to many North American deserts, the prickly pear cactus is known to help with certain medical conditions, as well as weight loss. Young prickly pears are a part of the Mexican diet. However, older plants cannot be eaten, because they are too tough. There are a variety of medical conditions that this plant has been known to help with, such as type 2 diabetes, high cholesterol, obesity, hangovers, colitis, diarrhea, viral infections and benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH). Prickly pear weight loss research The benefits of prickly pear cactus for…
  • Breakfast and Weight Loss?

    weightlossunited
    10 Jun 2014 | 1:42 am
    Don’t skip your breakfast if you try to lose weight. Breakfast plays a key role in weight loss, as well as maintaining a healthy weight. The reasons to eat a healthy breakfast outweigh the reasons to skip breakfast. You should ever skip meals when trying to lose weight because this will slow down your metabolism. In return you will feel hungry and sluggish throughout your day. Eating a healthy breakfast will help you increase your metabolism, keep you feeling full, and help you to shed those extra pounds. Supplies Fuel for Your Body There are many reasons why breakfast and weight loss…
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    The Diet Expert

  • What Is The Best Way to Lose Weight Fast for Women?

    Tomas J
    22 Jul 2014 | 12:21 am
    Are you struggling to lose weight while your husband or boyfriend seems to drop pounds on command? That can be a very frustrating feeling, to say the least. However, there are some things that you can do about it. One of the first things you must do is stop comparing yourself to your significant other. […]
  • Lose Weight With 0-Calorie Snacks

    Tomas J
    14 Jul 2014 | 11:33 pm
    Lately there has been a significant buzz term floating around the health and fitness arena — “0-calorie snacks”. We will explain what it is, as well as what it’s not. We will also discuss some of the benefits these types of snacks bring. What are 0-Calorie Snacks? 0-calorie snacks are foods that contain fewer calories than […]
  • Have You Heard About Body Wraps to Lose Weight?

    Tomas J
    7 Jul 2014 | 11:55 pm
    Have you noticed the growing buzz concerning body wraps as a means of losing weight? There’s a growing number of spas that are offering them, claiming that they not only aid weight-loss efforts but also help to rid the body of toxins. Many different body wrap recipes exist on the market, and depending on which expert […]
  • How to Lose Weight During Menopause

    Tomas J
    1 Jul 2014 | 12:42 am
    Menopause can be a challenging time for a woman as her body begins to change and respond differently to certain situations. One of the most prevalent issues during and after menopause is significant weight gain. There are several primary causes of the weight gain that must be addressed in order to effectively manage weight during […]
  • How to Lose Weight After 50

    Tomas J
    24 Jun 2014 | 11:44 am
    The increased awareness concerning obesity in America has spawned a heightened interest in losing weight, especially among individuals over the age of 50. There are substantial benefits for people over 50 to lose as little as 10 percent of their total body weight. According to a recent article by Ann Brenoff, senior health writer for […]
 
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    Weight Loss Advices

  • Some Effective Ways On How To Release Weight

    23 Jul 2014 | 8:24 am
    By Rosella Campbell You seem to have noticed your sudden weight gain. You might have been stuffing yourself with way too much food these days causing the issue. But now, you are determined to lose the pounds that you have gained. This is going to be such a challenge. But you know that with the right steps. It should not be hard for you to achieve really good. Really impressive results. You want to find out what are the things that you can do to achieve these goals. Lately, you have been hearing of methods to release weight that is supposed to be very effective. One good thing about this…
  • Looking For A Release Weight

    22 Jul 2014 | 2:14 pm
    By Rosella Campbell If you want to buy this thing, then all you would need to do is read the paragraphs below. They can teach you the steps that you would have to perform so that you can have the best weight in the market. Thus, simply go over this short yet informative article for you to be well informed on the matter. First of all, you need to make sure that you are only going to have versatile prospects at the end of the day. This is a must have especially if you are planning on doing all kinds of fishing in the years to come. Thus, your release weight should be nothing but the best so…
  • Different Supplements For Weight Loss Tampa Residents May Purchase

    5 Jul 2014 | 2:25 am
    By Rosella Campbell Proper eating habits and regular exercise are two things that help people lose excess pounds and remain fit. However, not everyone can get fast and satisfying results from these solutions alone. Many individuals who want to improve their figures often resort to using orally taken products. These days, there are numerous supplements for weight loss Tampa residents may try. Because a lot of people care about their physical appearance, purchasing these products is not a difficult job. Those who want to get their hands on them may simply step foot inside the malls, health food…
  • Excellent Advice About Successfully Treating Your Cellulite

    2 Jul 2014 | 3:10 am
    By Daniel James Most women wish they could change the appearance of their thighs. When you are desiring a bathing suit body, cellulite creeps up on you. The simple tips in this article will make your cellulite problem a thing of the past. Try moisturizing skin daily with lotion. Keeping skin moisturized is great for lots of reasons. It can make it easier to take on your cellulite for one. Gently massage areas that are giving you problems. The massaging motion can reduce cellulite by breaking up the deposits of fat under the skin. Drinking more water can help you battle your cellulite. Water…
  • Tips To Help You Get The Look You Desire

    23 Jun 2014 | 7:35 am
    By Glenn Dizon Beauty is a great subject to learn about no matter who you are. Don't allow television makeover shows or online beauty gurus to fool you. Beauty can be found through many techniques. Read through these tips to see the fun that can be had with it. Wear a sunblock to help your skin look better and protect it from the sun. Look for antioxidants and skincare ingredients when you compare different sunscreens. This ensures skin looks great with no damage. No matter what skin type you have, you need to cleanse your face thoroughly with a cleanser that is mild up about a couple of…
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    Muscle Building Workouts, Weight Loss Strategies, Healthy Eating Tips | InstallingMuscles.com

  • Bridge The Gap Between Those Thighs For A Healthier Tomorrow

    Krupesh Padave
    12 Jul 2014 | 3:52 am
    Obsessions are part and parcel of human life, some go away while some to our detriment stick and cause more harm than good. One such obsession is that of the ‘thigh gap’ which has gripped a vast majority of the teen girls and some who have passed it. From a fashion perspective, it might even look great, but the trained eyes of physicians and health enthusiasts gaze in horror at the sight and for good reason. The length to which such people go is rather disturbing and so it’s necessary that they be told of the hazards that lie ahead.Eating DisorderA fact, well known to many, but observed…
  • Health In Your Pocket — Drive Yourself To Peak Fitness With 5 Android Apps

    Krupesh Padave
    30 Jun 2014 | 10:21 am
    With the world, more and more inclined towards technology, it is easy to get lazy and become a couch potato. But, there is another side to this coin. Technology can also help you to get a fitter body. Yes! That’s right, it’s your cell phone and it’s the apps that are the driving force behind the revolution. So, grab your cell phones and start searching for the names listed below on your Android App store.1. RunKeeperThe first and foremost thing that any sane person does while starting a fitness routine is to start jogging. And it is only right, that they have a watchful companion, so…
  • Yoga Vs Weight training — 5 Fitness Factors Decide Who’s the Big Daddy

    Krupesh Padave
    28 Jun 2014 | 5:05 am
    It is a classic East Vs West battle that has been fought for decades, with experts on both sides having their say on which training method is the best. Being fitness lovers, we at InstallingMuscles like both. But, the very thought is intriguing and so we set out to dig into the subject checking facts and figures to come up with an impartial answer based on 5 key fitness metrics. Read on, to know how the mystery unfolds.Round One – Overall StrengthOverall strength is a factor that is very important. In this harsh world a show of solidarity & strength is very important and few can…
  • Boot Out Fatigue With These 5 Smart Lifestyle Changes

    Ashwin Kak
    11 Jun 2014 | 5:38 am
    Do you feel like being tired all the time? We’re not just talking drowsy here, but totally worn out, both mentally and physically; in that case you may be fighting fatigue. Fatigue is not the same as feeling sleepy; instead, it’s an overwhelming lack of energy. Overcoming it could be more difficult than you think, but with these five smart lifestyle changes the task may just get a tad easier. Here’s how.Attention! Sleep Dose requiredMost adults need about 7-8 hours of sleep a night. This can be a challenge, but being well rested is very important for your health, your career…
  • 3 Healthy Activities To Turn A New Leaf In The Life Of Housewives

    Krupesh Padave
    31 May 2014 | 4:41 am
    There is a lot of chatter going around among men about how their wives often lose their charm and shape once they become house wives. While some observations can be a bit over the top, few others need to be addressed and can be done easily if few activities can be included in their daily routine. So ladies… without further adieu, let’s check them out and get back the much desired shape.Drop your children to school on a bikeA bike is always a healthy option and one that has always been recommended by health enthusiasts since time immemorial. But, the tragedy lies in the fact that ladies,…
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    LAP Band Surgery

  • LAP Band Surgery Insurance

    25 Jul 2014 | 1:41 am
    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

    25 Jul 2014 | 1:41 am
    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

    25 Jul 2014 | 1:41 am
    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

    25 Jul 2014 | 1:41 am
    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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    dietpillswatchdog.com

  • Arnold Iron Cuts

    Kelly Johnson
    24 Jul 2014 | 11:00 pm
    Arnold Iron Cuts is a diet pill aimed exclusively at men, promising to deliver a “harder, dryer, leaner look” in just a few weeks. If the promises the product makes aren’t enough to lure in potential customers, then the face of the Iron Cuts may bring in a few. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s image and name are all over the branding and marketing material. We see if the ex-Mr. Universe’s product is as good as promised. Arnold Iron Cuts Pros Clinically proven ingredients Some good customer reviews Arnold Iron Cuts Cons Relies upon reputation of Arnold Schwarzenegger No…
  • Would you Work Out in Heels?

    Kelly Johnson
    24 Jul 2014 | 5:48 am
    US fitness fans are now claiming that the secret to a sculpted bottom and slim thighs is all in the footwear. No their isn’t a new pair of trainers on the market, they’re talking about heels. Yes, those things that we totter around in on nights out, that almost guarantee soar feet and twisted ankles! I’m not too sure how i feel about this one! High-heel workouts are quickly growing in popularity across the US and the trend is soon to arrive in the UK. Classes such as, ‘The Heel Hop Workout’ and ‘Stiletto Strength’ may soon be options amongst kettle…
  • T5 Super Fruits

    Watchdog Editor
    23 Jul 2014 | 11:00 pm
    The people behind T5 Super Fruits describe this supplement as an iconic revolution for dieters but very few consumers appear to have tried it. T5 Super Fruits contains a mix of tropical flavours but does it live up to the T5 title? Even more importantly, will it help you lose weight? We find out. T5 supplements are usually aimed at the bodybuilding market but this one seems to have a wider appeal and may offer some general support if you are just looking to lose weight. T5 Super Fruits is made by British supplement company Forza. T5 Super Fruits Pros Clear ingredients list Made by a reputable…
  • Review on slimfy diet pill

    Watchdog Editor
    23 Jul 2014 | 6:15 am
    i will be grateful if you can review the diet pill SLIMFY as many review on it shows positive feedback’s. thank you The post Review on slimfy diet pill appeared first on .
  • Got Time for Facebook? Got Time to Exercise!

    Kelly Johnson
    23 Jul 2014 | 5:18 am
    Research has shown that kicking your social media addiction could help you lose up to half a stone. For once, there’s actual logic behind this one. A survey carried out by Tabata for National Fitness Day (are we the only ones that missed that) found that 40% of women questioned said they can’t find the time to do any exercise. However, in the next breath 47% confessed to wasting between 30-60 minutes a day on Facebook. That sounds all too familiar! Not only do we lose valuable exercise time here, but a further 28% spend at least half an hour watching reality TV, and 24% spend an…
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    Fast Fat Loss Online

  • 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…
  • Can You Lose Weight Fast? Is it Safe to Lose Weight Fast?

    Fast Fat Loss
    12 Jul 2014 | 5:38 pm
    Is it possible to lose weight really fast? Yes and No.. Yes, you can lose weight pretty fast, but you need to do it the healthy way. Don’t go out there and buy all of those lose weight fast pills. You can use diet pills to help you, but you will need an exercise plan to go along with it. Before using a diet pill, make sure you do your research on it. Look for reviews on the pill. Research the pill as much as you can before buying it. Read the tips in this article to help with losing your weight fast and being safe about it. Find Out if You Can You Lose Weight Fast First thing that you…
  • Adipex Diet Pill Review

    Fast Fat Loss
    10 Jul 2014 | 1:47 pm
    Adipex is an appetite suppressant. Adipex can become habit forming. If you take Adipex for a month straight your metabolism will become so dependent that your energy level will be very low. Adipex is only supposed to be used three months out of the year. After being on Adipex for about two weeks you can no longer feel the effects of the drug. You know longer feel full and energetic. It’s best to take Adipex a couple of days and then skip a couple of days. Adipex is only available with a prescription and does come in a generic brand. Should You Take Adipex? Adipex is best taken an hour…
  • Extreme Weight Loss Tips

    Fast Fat Loss
    30 Mar 2014 | 3:40 pm
    The problem of being overweight is something that many people deal with each day. They want to lose weight but really don’t know where to start. I am fighting the problem of being overweight myself and know exactly how you feel. So I decided to take measures to a new extreme and decided I needed to do weight loss in many areas of my life. I decided to lose weight and take measures that many people don’t in order to drop the pounds. I’m going to outline some of the extreme weight loss tips I’ve used below. I hope to lose weight faster and more get the body I want by…
  • Is Running Good for Weight Loss?

    Fast Fat Loss
    26 Mar 2014 | 10:40 am
    There are many things you can do that can help you lose weight. However there has been some question around is running good for weight loss. Many people think that it is and I agree but there are some things about this fitness exercise that needs to be addressed so that people understand how it helps you lose weight and the speed at which it takes to lose weight running. Are You Asking Yourself Is Running Good for Weight Loss? If you are then chances are you’ve given this exercise a shot and maybe didn’t see spectacular results. Before I answer the question I think there is…
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    Evident Weight Loss

  • The Best Recipes for Smoothies and Juices That Can Help You Lose Weight

    Aleksandra
    23 Jul 2014 | 9:51 am
    Prepare delicious juices and smoothies, and provide your body what it needs to stay healthy, rested and protected from diseases. To be healthy you do not need a balanced diet composed only of protein, carbohydrates and fat, but very important part of the diet is also a necessary amounts of vitamins, minerals. These minerals and vitamins have a major impact on our bodily functions, so our health depends on them. 1.An energetic juice that can help you if you have problems with digestion 1/2 pineapple (peeled and chopped into pieces) 1/4 papaya (peeled and cleaned) 1 kiwi Mix all the ingredients…
  • 35 Dietary, Super Healthy and Delicious Snacks Under 100 Calories

    Aleksandra
    18 Jul 2014 | 8:34 am
    In a time when the most important thing to us is to be fit, we need to give up from all the sweets and savory sins. But what to do when hunger will prevail and we can not win the battle with an empty stomach? What kind of snack we can eat between meals, but yet not to destroy our diet plan? Here are 35 ideas for delicious sweet and savory snacks that have less than 100 calories, and that both are healthy and diet! Even chocolate is allowed! 1.you can enjoy in banana with chocolate – chop half a banana and dip the banana into dark chocolate 2.one cup of grapes 3.one orange 4.cup of…
  • Lose 15 Pounds in 16 Days

    Aleksandra
    25 Jun 2014 | 8:35 am
    This diet allows you to lose 15 pounds in 16 days, but you need to stick to the diet plan. This diet changes your metabolism, so if you continue to eat normally for the next two weeks, then the weight will not return. MONDAY breakfast – black coffee without sugar lunch – 2 boiled eggs and cooked spinach in salted water (quantity is not limited) dinner – 1 large grilled steak cooked in 1-2 spoon of cooking oil and green salad(lettuce) TUESDAY breakfast – black coffee without sugar lunch – 1 large grilled steak cooked in 1-2 spoon of cooking oil, green…
  • Don’t Spend Another Minute in Pain and Resolve Your Health Problems by Becoming Your Own Personal Fitness Trainer

    Aleksandra
    13 Jun 2014 | 2:46 pm
    It is scientifically proven that exercise is not only good for keeping good body line, but also helps in improving health. If you try to input this simple exercises in your everyday life you will benefit. Recommended by experts, there are certain physical activities that can eliminate your health problems. If your problem is PMS A) Jogging – three times a week Yes, if you did not know PMS and exercise related. Many gynecologists recommend physical activity to prevent menstrual pain. All you need is to jog at least three times a week. This aerobic exercise lowers levels of stress…
  • Do This Pilates Exercises and You Will Get Compliments Everyday

    Aleksandra
    10 Jun 2014 | 8:13 am
    If you are not satisfied with your body, there is a very easy way to change it. All you need to do is to follow these instructions. These exercises can help you to tighten your stomach, your legs and arms. Prepare yourself and get to business. 1) Pilates exercises for the whole body A)Exercise with a chair. First thing you need is a chair. Lean on the chair with your arms and firmly hold. You fasten your body and start to do the next:  You make bending with the hands and at the same time you retain the forearms parallel, with the control of the movement you are moving down, and then you move…
 
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    Paleohacks Paleo Cookbook Review

  • Who Should Try the Paleo Diet?

    Paula King
    7 Jul 2014 | 10:03 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 ! Who should try the Paleo diet?   The person that has tried other diets and failed. They wanted to lose fat for the right reasons. They felt unattractive. They were forced to buy unattractive clothes. They were self conscious and never really expressed themselves. They avoided social gatherings because they felt they didnt fit in because of their appearance. Why did the other diets fail? It most…
  • Is the Paleo Diet for Men or Women ?

    Paula King
    6 Jul 2014 | 11:51 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 ! Someone wrote to me asking the question “Is Paleo better for men or for women”? This may sound like a crazy question, but its not.   Many times Paleo is presented from a males point of view, and other times its just the opposite. It starts with the “Caveman”  concept. Reading certain blog posts certainly make it sound like a macho kind of diet. Manly muscular men working out…
  • Paleo Isnt Crazy, It Works !

    Paula King
    24 Jun 2014 | 9:44 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 ! If you think Paleo is crazy, I cant say that I blame you. Dont get me wrong, obviously, I dont think its crazy at all. However, hype and spin being what it is these days, in many ways, there is a lot of misinformation about Paleo.  Ive mentioned before that there are fanatics in every group, and Paleo is no exception. Im sure there are people out there right now dressed like cave people. People trying…
  • Whats Wrong With Wheat ?

    Paula King
    23 Jun 2014 | 9:25 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 ! Whats wrong with wheat ? If the Paleo diet had a number one rule, it might be, no grains. But Paleo is not alone in its problem with grains and perhaps in particular, wheat. There are many diets, diet systems and nutritional guides that recommend avoiding wheat, Especially in cases of allergy and inflammation, as well as digestive problems wheat can be a big problem. This post will be a synopsis of wheat…
  • Prominent Paleo People (PPP)

    Paula King
    13 Jun 2014 | 10:48 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 ! Prominent Paleo People This will be an ongoing post dedicated to Paleo professionals. (That’s enough p’s for awhile). With all the hype and misinformation about the Paleo diet, these people are examples of what the Paleo diet is really about. Many of the prominent Paleo experts are scientists, doctors, and people that have themselves experienced the effects of poor diet, and have helped…
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    How To Get Rid Of Stomach Fat

  • Weight Loss Tips And Tricks To Drop Your Excess Weight Fast

    Admin
    24 Jul 2014 | 2:10 pm
    Since weight loss tips can be found in so many different places today, finding the right plan that fits your lifestyle can be tricky to find. Adhering to the information learned in this article is an easy way to begin the weight loss process. Avoid bringing junk food into your house. If they aren’t in your house then there will not be a temptation to eat these items whenever your in the kitchen. Instead, be sure to keep healthy options on hand and ready to grab. Cut up fresh fruits and veggies and keep them in the fridge, or have healthy crackers in your cupboard. Maintaining a low body…
  • The Best Way To Lose Weight Now

    Admin
    17 Jul 2014 | 10:26 am
    Weight loss is more than just following a diet until you have shed a certain amount of weight. For successful, long-term weight loss, it is necessary to live a healthy lifestyle for as long as you live. If you would like to shed those pounds and keep them away, you must keep up with healthy lifestyle choices. This article offers some useful tools and can help you to reach your weight loss goals. Stick with low-calorie food items that are similar to what you like to help you shed unwanted pounds. A lot of people forgo their diets because they end up craving certain foods or are just plain…
  • Want To Lose Weight? Don’t Hesitate – Read These Tricks & Tips!

    Admin
    17 Jul 2014 | 8:17 am
    As the holidays approach, you might find it hard to stick to weight loss. How can you resist temptation? What can you do to stay strong? This article will give you some tips for avoiding the unavoidable during the holidays. Try to find a friend to take the weight loss journey with you. A lot of things, including weight loss, are much easier when you have someone doing it with you. Whether the partner competes with you or coaches you, it will add fun to your endeavor and lead to positive things. Eat six times per day, not three. Doing this will prevent you from feeling hungry. As a result, you…
  • Weight Loss Tips And Tricks Anyone Can Use

    Admin
    10 Jul 2014 | 7:42 am
    Nobody wants to be up all night thinking about how to go about losing weight each day. You have to do this so your health can benefit from it. You should start out armed with some great facts about weight loss. Continue reading to see what the advice can do for you. Those accustomed to feasting on potatoes should try a tasty cauliflower-based alternative to the mashed variety, which can help them shed pounds. Cook the cauliflower in a pot of water with a little onion. Once it is tender you can puree it with chicken or vegetable bouillon and a bit of black pepper. Doing this will give you a…
  • Pointers To Help You Slim Down And Get Healthy

    Admin
    10 Jul 2014 | 1:02 am
    Weight loss may be hard to talk about with others. There are many approaches to dieting and many of them are conflicting, which makes it hard to decide which one is right for you. Follow the tips that you will read in this article to lose weight the right way. You can’t resist french fries, can you? It is important to avoid them if it all possible. However, if you want to eat french fries that help erase pounds instead of adding them, bake them. To prepare, cut fries and toss with 1 tablespoon of oil and bake for 30 minutes at 400 degrees. Loosen with a spatula, turn, and bake another…
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    Lose Weight Fast with Shape Me

  • Free Recipe – Protein Pancakes, just 210 calories per serve

    admin
    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

    admin
    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

    admin
    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…
  • 5 quick ways to lose weight, starting today!

    admin
    3 Jun 2014 | 4:45 pm
    If you need a quick burst of motivation this morning, here are 5 quick ways to lose weight that anyone can add to a daily routine, and so can you, starting now! A brisk walk before breakfast A brisk walk for before breakfast is a great way to fire up your metabolism. Just 20 minutes will do you the world of good. If you like to get a coffee from the local café in the morning make it your mission to find a new coffee shop that’s a little further away. Instantly you’ve added more exercise to your daily routine, and you might even find a better cup of coffee too. Drink water, and…
  • Eveleigh Markets – A Review of Sydney’s Farmers Market

    admin
    31 May 2014 | 1:38 am
    Every Saturday at Carriageworks - 245 Wilson St in Eveleigh – the Eveleigh Farmer’s Markets is held. We’ve been going there for a while now to stock up on fresh fruit, vegetables, dairy products, bread, herbs and spices, and … well you get the idea. It’s a great morning out for the whole family (and your pets!) and we love to make it a part of our weekly healthy eating routine. The stallholders at Eveleigh Markets are always ready to help with questions on how to best use their amazing products and often let you have a taste before you buy. Here are a few of…
 
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  • Beat Diet Obsession

    18 Jul 2014 | 1:07 pm
    Break Free from the Dieting Rollercoaster Now that summer’s here you may be tempted to go on a crash diet to fit into your bikini. But before you do, take a moment to appreciate your body to finally stop your ride on the dieting rollercoaster. Stop Thinking About It! You can drive yourself crazy thinking about dieting…
  • 9 Best Anti-Aging Tips for Men

    9 Jun 2014 | 1:26 pm
    Follow these easy live-younger strategies.
  • Swing Your Mood

    5 Jun 2014 | 8:14 am
    Foods to Boost Your Mood Don’t you love it when you wake up feeling like it’s going to be a great day, only to realize that at noon you’re feeling stressed and sluggish? Our moods often change for many reasons. What if I told you the right kinds of foods can help sustain that feeling or pick your mood back up? In the book, The Abs Diet for Women, author David Zinczenko…
  • Slim Your Waistline

    9 May 2014 | 1:10 pm
    Probiotics Could Be The Key To A Bikini Body If you want to lose weight for bikini season, it's super important to practice good habits like eating veggies, drinking water and exercising. But if you want a little more bang for your buck, clinical research on probiotics suggests that good gut bacteria may actually promote your weight loss efforts. In fact, the National Institutes…
  • Get More Energy Now

    5 May 2014 | 6:16 am
    Four Ways to Boost Your Energy It's not even 11 a.m. and you're on your second coffee — pot, not cup. By dinner you can barely work up the momentum to feed the cat, let alone yourself, and bed starts looking good by 7:30. We've all had days that dragged, but when you're getting a regular 8 — or 6 1/2 — hours of sleep, and your workout hasn't been unusually challenging, why do you…
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  • Juicing to a Healthy Life

    admin
    14 Jul 2014 | 11:25 am
    How many times have you heard it said that you need more servings of fruits and vegetables daily to keep you healthy? Nutrition experts would even say that you need at least 9 servings every day to give your body the vitamins and minerals that it needs. Thankfully, juicing has made its way into the latest health crazes, and we are now free to enjoy fresh and healthy drinks to satisfy what our body truly needs. All you need is a juicer or a blender, as well as some of these easy juicing recipes that will help get you started. Juicy Sunrise Want to start your day with a refreshing glass of…
  • Juicers: Not All are Created Equal

    admin
    3 Jul 2014 | 8:47 am
    Choosing the perfect juicer is never easy, and even the best juicer reviews can leave you scratching your head. The problem stems from the fact that choosing the perfect juicer is never easy, and even the best juicer reviews can leave you scratching your head. The problem stems ere are in fact several types of juicers, and not all are designed to accomplish the same goal. When most people think of juicing, they think of tomato, carrot, broccoli or kale. The truth is, though, there are hundreds of fruits, vegetables, herbs and sprouts that protect against cancer, high blood pressure and any…
  • What Makes a Stellar Juicing Recipe?

    admin
    3 Jul 2014 | 12:59 am
    Juicing recipe ideas to help you start your journey. There’s a reason juicing has taken the world by storm: over 95% of the nutrients contained in fruits and vegetables is in the juice. Moreover, freshly-juiced fruits and vegetables can provide much of the nutrients the body needs on a daily basis. With a juicer, you can concentrate these nutrients and consume them in a way that your body can utilize within 20 minutes. Indeed, when you consume veggies the old-fashioned way, you’re only getting around 40% of the nutrient content locked away in the vegetables’ cells. High-quality juicer…
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    Quitting Is Never An Option

  • Three In A Row

    Kassie
    19 Jul 2014 | 5:49 pm
    They say it takes twenty-one days to break a habit or to adopt a new habit.  I don’t want to say that following the Weight Watchers program is a new habit for me; I guess you could say I am renewing the habit.  That’s actually a very accurate description and evidently, it takes about twenty-one days to renew a habit as well. As I keep reporting to you, I am remaining diligent in following the program exactly and only eating my daily Points Plus® allotment (no more and no less).  I am earning anywhere between 49-55 Activity Points Plus® per week (my goal is 49), but I don’t eat any…
  • Attitude: You ARE Worth It

    Kassie
    17 Jul 2014 | 4:37 pm
    I have learned in my weight loss journey that many times, success is based on your attitude.  I feel like attitude is so important that I have decided to do a series of posts on different areas in which attitude affects your weight loss success and how you might change your attitude about certain things in order to make your journey more successful. Today I want to talk to you about the idea that you are worth it.  What I mean is that you are worth all of the hard work and effort that are required to lose weight.  You are also worth all of the wonderful rewards that your weight loss…
  • The Weigh to Success

    Kassie
    14 Jul 2014 | 1:24 pm
    What is more motivating than seeing results?  I can’t think of anything that inspires me more than seeing some rewards for all of my efforts.  Like most other people in our society, I prefer instant gratification, but I am really working on becoming a more patient person.  My weight loss journey has been a great way to grow my patience. Slowly but surely, I feel like my efforts to get back on track and follow the Weight Watchers program to the letter (because I know it works) are really paying off!  As I have shared with you, impatience had driven me to try a multitude of other…
  • Losing Weight Is Only Part Of The Journey

    Kassie
    8 Jul 2014 | 6:21 pm
    Do you feel like once you lose the weight you will be able to declare yourself healthy?  I think sometimes the media bombards us with so much talk about how unhealthy it is to be overweight that we just naturally assume that once we have lost the weight, we will automatically be healthy.  I certainly believed this when I first started my journey and to be fair, losing weight has dramatically improved my health and allowed me to rid my body of several serious health issues.  That being said, I am learning along the way that achieving a healthy weight is not the only way in which to improve…
  • Down Is Down

    Kassie
    7 Jul 2014 | 7:43 pm
    I am so sorry that I am running late with my weigh in report.  I did have a great 4th. Of July weekend and I hope all of you did as well.  In over 2 ½ years of weighing in on Fridays, this is the first time that a holiday has fallen on Friday and caused me to have to re-schedule my weigh in day.  I guess that’s a pretty good track record. I opted to go to a Thursday morning meeting and it worked out very well.  It turned out that there were a lot of people from my regular meeting there so I felt right at home.  After slowly creeping up the past two weeks, I am happy to report to…
 
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    Flat Belly Blog

  • 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…
  • How to Eat Chia Seeds? Superfood That Will Boost Your Diet

    Flat Belly Blog
    6 Jul 2014 | 7:25 am
    Chia Seeds Health BenefitsChia tend to be not just rich in omega-3 fatty acids, but then they have got powerful antioxidants employed to clean the system and make sure total body health. In truth, chia seeds possess been shown to wind up being so abundant with antioxidants that they can wind up being left in storage for quite long periods of time without going bad.Chia features an average of 7 grams of fiber per 25 gram serving. They consist of alternative minerals like calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, manganese, molybdenum, niacin, zinc, copper, and iron. Think how many additional food…
  • 3 Cool Meal Planner App You Will Absolutly Love

    Flat Belly Blog
    3 Jul 2014 | 9:46 am
    Flat Belly Blog’s Review of the 3 Best Meal Planner AppIf you are into fitness or bodybuilding or simply someone who need to lose a few extra pounds and you are starting a diet. It is a priority that you start planning your meals. Most people or athletes (me included ) who fail in their diet is 99% due to lack of meal panning. We have put to the test for you most of the meal planner app on the market. Here are Flat Belly Blog’s top rated Best Meal Planning Apps. Only good stuff weight loss related comes from planning your meals ahead.When you plan your meals in advance you can…
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    » Weight Loss Center: Information, News, Tips, Success Stories and FAQ

  • Top Rated Diet Pills of 2014: Which One is The Best?

    Evan Jensen
    21 Jul 2014 | 5:38 am
    Are you aware that excess weight does more than make you look unattractive? It also increases your risk of major health problems. A recent Harvard study indicates that people who are either overweight or obese are more likely to have strokes, heart disease, cancer, diabetes and depression. In fact, the study has found that extra […]
  • 7 Effective Ways to Help You Lose Weight Without Affecting Your Appetite

    Evan Jensen
    16 Jul 2014 | 11:45 pm
    More often than not, people tend focus too much on weight loss and forget the long term effects of the methods they use bear on their general lifestyle. However, there are various ways you can cut fight calories without affecting your life. In this case, if you follow the simple steps provided below to the […]
  • Weight Loss: Why Women Are At A Disadvantage?

    Evan Jensen
    16 Jul 2014 | 11:33 pm
    Losing weight can be a battle. Take a look at the popular television reality show The Biggest Loser, and you’ll see contestants on the ranch hustle their way through Last Chance Workouts, compete in fitness and endurance challenges, and mull over their food choices and lifestyle habits that caused them to pack on the pounds. […]
  • The Obesity And Pregnancy Problem

    Evan Jensen
    14 Jul 2014 | 2:00 am
    For many moms-to-be, the game plan to get pregnant is a happy one, complete with a committed partner, healthy pregnancy, and safe delivery. After conception, the next nine months are followed by a series of check-ups, the ultrasound that reveals the baby’s gender and heart beat, shopping trips for clothes and essentials for baby’s nursery, […]
  • How To Stimulate Fat Burning?

    Evan Jensen
    14 Jul 2014 | 1:57 am
    Excess fat is also known adipose tissue or body fat is a connective tissue which is lose and is composed of adipocytes. The excess fat also contains the stromal vascular fractions (SVF) of cells such as the fibroblast, vascular endothelial cells and immune cells such as the adipose tissue macrophages. Excess fat or adipose tissues […]
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  • Block Carbohydrates Naturally- Is There a Way to Block Carbohydrates Naturally and Effectively?

    25 Jul 2014 | 1:00 am
    Eating can be confusing in this day and age. If not, it is. There are so many diets and plans that reveal a roller coaster back in fashion as a starting point. If you're like me, you love to eat carbohydrates. But too much of anything is not good. If you like just want to block those carbs naturally. Do not worry, there is a solution for you. What, when and how we eat plays an important role in our health. Peace begins in the kitchen and pantry, gardens and patios, where our food is produced and prepared. Energies of nature and the infinite universe is absorbed by the food we eat and…
  • Putting on Weight - 7 Surefire Strategies for Unwanted Gain

    24 Jul 2014 | 10:00 pm
    These seven items are the common pitfalls we all face Please do not follow to the letter Unless of course weight gain and incitement to ill health is your goal Instead put energy and focus to the final outcome of Each issue. 1. Going on a diet Ignore your personal preference appetite and natural rhythms and Limiting the intake of food, Regardless of what really suits you - Whether it is food, quantities famine or times of day Restriction and deprivation will be back in time Evidenced by the millions of people Who Have dieted and REMAIN overweight gain more weight at all speeds. What is a…
  • Does a Woman's Weight Before Pregnancy Affect Baby Weight Gain?

    24 Jul 2014 | 7:00 pm
    Every girl or woman on the planet earth is weight conscious at least some extent It is almost second nature to them. If it is too thin then it will take more weight. If it is too big or even slightly overweight, she wants to reduce every bit of those last pounds overweight. Here's how women are. And when women move towards pregnancy, their greatest fear and the challenge is the same: to gain weight And weight gain in reality, for pregnant women, is just that a challenge. The weight you gain during pregnancy is the most important thing. Weight gain can act as a benchmark for measuring the…
  • Snack Attack - How to Keep Your Hunger Between Meals from Getting the Best of You

    24 Jul 2014 | 3:59 pm
    The benefits of eating snacks You can feel sorry for sandwiches, appetizers, but is not necessarily bad for you. In fact, the minimeal several times a day can be beneficial. If you eat a healthy snack prevents you from taking the second and third rations at your next meal, you can actually consume fewer total calories for the day. A wide variety of snacks can fit into a healthy lifestyle, it is not necessary to avoid snacks. Instead, the plan with variety, moderation and balance in mind. Choose wisely Snacks Choose foods that CNA satisfy hunger supply your body with energy and provide…
  • Who Else Wants To Know Which Are The Best Foods To Help You Feel Fuller?

    24 Jul 2014 | 1:00 pm
    Most of us know that the fiber and water fills you up and keeps you full longer between meals, but here are 9 foods that you can not wait to fill the bill (and more) Broth based soupshouse Forget the boxed versions or pre-made Most of them have too much salt Instead of making your own satisfactory, such as vegetables, chicken or turkey, beans, barley and broth or low-salt broth soup healthy ingredients Liquid and fiber to keep you full between meals. Whole wheat pasta When combined with a protein such as chicken wings all that remains of the whole grain food, due to the fact that the complex…
 
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  • Why Your Last Weight Loss Diet Failed

    Leah
    22 Jul 2014 | 4:33 pm
      Many people will do whatever it takes to lose weight .  I’m not just talking about trendy diets where they eat maple syrup and other bizarre things to accomplish their goals.  Lots of people become anorexic, take weight loss pills, and are even willing to undergo surgery to lose weight.  All these plans will cause weight loss but none of them do it in a healthy, natural way that is maintainable.  This is really why diets fail. They have failure built right into them. They are all predicated on this plan of do some novel exercise or eat some unusual foods and meet your…
  • 3 Ways To Start Losing Belly Fat Today

    Leah
    15 Jul 2014 | 5:41 pm
       A lot of people are concerned about stomach fat.  You always see late night commercial for gizmos that promise to make your waist smaller and look leaner.  Most of these products do two things, nothing and nothing.  Here are some simple things that you can do today to reduce you that number on your tape measure.  The best part is they are free.   Fiber Fiber is the number one missing thing in people’s diets.  It consist of indigestible material that has the effect of pulling waste products out of your colon and small intestine. Leaving waste in your colon over time…
  • Eating your feelings.

    Leah
    8 Jul 2014 | 5:52 pm
    People don’t just eat to subsist. For many, it’s an experience.  They don’t just taste the food they relive past positive feelings while they consume.  This kind of self hypnosis disconnects them from the act of eating and they become unaware of the volume of food they are putting in their body.  People eating their feelings is a sand trap for gaining weight.  Think about this for a minute. Does this  pattern sound familiar?  Do you like to go to your favorite restaurant? Have you ever stopped to think about why it’s your favorite? Be cognizant of what you are…
  • 3 Exercises for Deep Abs

    Leah
    4 Jul 2014 | 3:27 pm
    To get some deep abs focus on exercises that not only contract the abdominal but stretch the muscles apart. My favorite 3 are hanging leg raises, pulley crunches and sides twists. hanging leg raises: Hang from your hands, this will give maximum stretch. Bring your legs up perpendicular to your body without bending your knees. pulley crunches: Use a high pulley and a two handed rope. While on your knees pull the down with you as your bring your forehead toward the ground. side twists: Using a smaller barbell, position it behind your neck and twists firmly from side to side.  This will reduce…
  • Portion Control

    Leah
    29 Jun 2014 | 2:43 pm
    Portion control is a phrase I hear a lot in the context of dieting and weight loss. When I was first dieting people would often criticize me for eating so strictly. Almost everyone I’ve talked to about dieting and healthy living would tell me it doesn’t matter what you eat, just don’t eat very much. This is a an easy trap to fall into. Are you eating healthy? You might think so bu in reality you are just eating whatever you want and thinking that it doesn’t matter because it’s not very much. What I want to tell you in this post is that a thimble full of arsenic in a gallon of water…
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  • Fatty Foods That Can Put You On The Quickest Way To Lose Weight

    Tony Kay
    24 Jul 2014 | 3:22 am
    If you thought all fatty foods were bad, then this article will shock you These fatty foods will not only improve your health, they can help you to lose weight quickly as well In our previous article we established the body needs fat to help protect some vital cells and also as a source of energy among many others. Fats are classified as either saturated fat or unsaturated fat. Saturated fats are seen as bad for the body and the amount eaten should be kept to the absolute minimum. On the other hand, unsaturated fat are seen as healthy fat that can make very serious contribution to our health.
  • The Truth About Fats

    Tony Kay
    22 Jul 2014 | 5:52 am
    Do you know a healthy diet should contain some amount of fat? Fats are considered as an important component of a healthy diet. Thus, most of the foods we eat contain some fat. But while some foods, such as vegetables and fruits contain hardly any fat, other foods such as oils, nuts and beef contain lots of fat. Understand fats to help put you on the quickest way to lose weight Generally speaking, fats can be grouped into 2 classes. They can either be saturated fat or unsaturated fat with different amounts of both types being found in most foods. Saturated fat Most fats found in animal foods,…
  • Healthy Foods That Can Help You Lose Weight Quickly

    Tony Kay
    21 Jul 2014 | 2:30 am
    Healthy foods that can put you on the quickest way to lose weight Two of the first things that come into our minds when we feel unwell are either to reach for the medicine cupboard or to book an appointment to see a health practitioner. Thus to many of us, having and maintaining good health and taking any preventive measures fall on either pills or the doctor. These are the facts and the tools available to many of us. Unfortunately, this should not be the case. Many of us may have heard the statement “You are what you eat” on so many occasions. Regrettably, many of us have never paid…
  • An Effective Diet Strategy For The Quickest Way To Lose Weight

    Tony Kay
    17 Jul 2014 | 8:23 am
    Basic changes to your diet could help you lose weight quickly The key to an effective weight strategy is to burn more calories than you take in. This mean by taking the necessary steps to make sure you are always expending more calories and taking in less on a continuous basis, you will, in most cases, see your excess weight falling gradually. And so long as you maintain this bias, you will be able to make the weight loss permanent Recommended strategy to put you on the quickest way to lose weight quickly There are 2 strategies to pursue in order to achieve the above. Follow a healthy eating…
  • Why Flax Seeds Could Influence Your Weight Loss Strategy

    Tony Kay
    16 Jul 2014 | 6:18 am
    Do you know flax seeds, can put you on the quickest way to lose weight? They are regarded as one of the most powerful plant foods on earth by some. They are a very good source of monounsaturated fats and polyunsaturated fats. In addition, they have low carbohydrate levels and high fibre contents. It is seen from above that flax seeds have qualities some of which are very similar to those found in peanuts, as identified or discussed in this article. Thus flax seeds are known to have many health benefits as well as the ability to help with weight loss Flax seeds, the powerful plant food with…
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