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  • What is a liquid diet ?

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    Super Auto Focus
    28 Sep 2014 | 3:45 am
    LIQUID DIETWhat is a liquid diet? Do you want to know more about this diet? Here are some interesting facts aboutthis diet. Do you suffer from drought? Liquid dietmay help to treatdehydration. Containing liquid diet to eat an adequate amount of fluids and salts and metals, which can play a vital role in providing you with the necessary energy. Liquiddiet is recommended for patients before and after oral surgery or gastrointestinal tract when it becomes eatingsolid food is not possible. This diet isalso touted for people who suffer from intestinal problems. Liquid diet rich in calories and low…
  • The 15 Min Body Fat Blaster Home Workout

    16 Oct 2014 | 2:25 am
    Do you find it difficult to incorporate gym or yoga classes in your daily routine? Do you also believe that at least an hour or so of exercise is required every day to stay in shape? If you have answered yes to any of these questions, then certainly this article is going to be an...Read More
  • Chia Seeds: From Novelty Gift to Nutritional Supplement

    22 Oct 2014 | 7:00 am
    (CC BY 2.0) Julie Feinstein/Flickr Chia seeds first entered the American market in 1977 packaged with a novelty terracotta figure of a man’s head. The seeds were sprinkled on the figure’s head and watered, resulting in a green fright-wig hairdo. Many other Chia Pet figures followed, including a popular Barrack Obama version, and every year on Halloween countless unfortunate dogs are dressed up in undignified Chia Pet costumes by their owners (see photo). But about five years ago the seed of this Central American plant began to acquire a reputation as a super-nutritious weight loss…
  • 7 Superfoods To Add To Your Diet Right Now!

    Wellington Anti Aging
    3 Oct 2014 | 7:38 am
    Enhance your health with food You are what you eat! When you add a selection of fresh fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean protein and healthy fats into your diet, you are obtaining the best nutrition and reducing your chance of developing a range of serious conditions such as heart disease and cancer. Of course, among the many delicious good food out there are superfoods that…
  • Up & Running September winners

    The Amazing Adventures of Dietgirl >> ShaunaReid.com
    3 Sep 2014 | 2:29 am
    Thanks for all your giveaway comments! If you missed out but would like to join us next week, you can use the code TEATIME at checkout for 20% off until Monday.This discount also applies to Up & Moving, which is a great course for beginners and walkers (I finally finished my redo of the course… the six weeks took over two months, eep!). Here are the lucky winners as decided by the Random Number Generator: Maike - who would serve plum tart for Adele Vera – would whip up her lemon ricotta blueberry cheesecake for Hugh Jackman Siv – who would bring back her dad for…
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  • Bariatric surgery success influenced by how people view their own weight

    22 Oct 2014 | 9:35 am
    Negative feelings about one's own weight, known as internalized weight bias, influence the success people have after undergoing weight loss surgery, according to research. The study is considered the first and only study to examine internalized weight bias in relation to post-surgical weight loss success in adults.
  • Lose the weight, not the potatoes, study says

    22 Oct 2014 | 9:33 am
    People can eat potatoes and still lose weight, a new study demonstrates. The study sought to gain a better understanding of the role of calorie reduction and the glycemic index in weight loss when potatoes are included in the diet. “Some people have questioned the role of potatoes in a weight loss regimen because of the vegetable’s designation as a high glycemic index food,” explained the lead investigator of the study. “However, the results of this study confirm what health professionals and nutrition experts have said for years: it is not about eliminating a certain food or food…
  • Diet for your DNA: Novel nutrition plan sparks debate around data protection

    21 Oct 2014 | 1:21 pm
    Personalized nutrition based on an individual's genotype - nutrigenomics - could have a major impact on reducing lifestyle-linked diseases such as obesity, heart disease and Type II diabetes, experts say. However, a study of more than 9,000 volunteers reveals that strict regulations need to be put in place before nutrigenomics becomes publicly acceptable due to people's fears around personal data protection.
  • How troubled marriage, depression history promote obesity

    21 Oct 2014 | 1:20 pm
    The double-whammy of marital hostility and a history of depression can increase the risk for obesity in adults by altering how the body processes high-fat foods, according to new research.
  • High percentage of recalled dietary supplements still have banned ingredients

    21 Oct 2014 | 1:20 pm
    About two-thirds of FDA recalled dietary supplements analyzed still contained banned drugs at least 6 months after being recalled, according to a study. Banned substances identified in recalled supplements included sibutramine, sibutramine analogs, sildenafil, fluoxetine, phenolphthalein, aromatase inhibitor, and various anabolic steroids.
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    Diets in Review Blog

  • What Do Americans Eat? Kale, Gluten-Free, and Organics Top 2014 Food Trends

    22 Oct 2014 | 10:15 am
    Food trends come and food trends go. One year we’re all raving about Sriracha, the next we’re falling for the cronut. For the last 30 years, Parade has surveyed those trends and other American eating habits. This year, foods like snack bars and frozen sandwiches have risen in popularity. As more people eat on the [...]
  • 9 New (Yet Very Old!) Gluten-Free Grains

    Katie McGrath
    21 Oct 2014 | 10:35 am
    Whether you’re going gluten-free and need a change of pace from quinoa and potatoes, or you’re just looking to add more nutrient-dense grains to your dinner routine, you’ve got more options than you may have thought! Here are nine new-to-you (yet very old!) options you’ve probably never heard of or tried. They are certainly worth [...]
  • Easy 5-Ingredient Pumpkin Cream Cheese Dip with Homemade Graham Crackers

    Brandi Koskie
    20 Oct 2014 | 10:32 am
    This time of year I find any excuse I can to invite people over. Saturday afternoon football games, Friday night TGIF-ing, or just because, Autumn feels like the most inviting season of all. Halloween night, especially. Our patio always turns in to the must-be spot for family and friends. Everyone pitches in goodies for the [...]
  • Win a Week of BistroMD Meals on Us! It’s Weight Loss That Actually Tastes Great!

    Health Buzz
    20 Oct 2014 | 8:48 am
    It’s one of the best and most popular meal delivery programs around; so good that we want you to try it for free! BistroMD delivers to you ready-to-eat meals with lean proteins and satisfying sides, all portion-controlled, nutritionally balanced, and very delicious! Win a 7-Day Meal Program from BistroMD 1. LIKE our Facebook page, and [...]
  • Kim Heinz Lost 60 Pounds – “I just got tired of feeling bad about myself.”

    Dani Stone
    19 Oct 2014 | 6:00 am
    Standing only 5 feet tall, Kim Heinz had always been thin and petite so when she stepped on the scale and saw the number 200 looming in her not-so-distant future, she knew that she and her husband needed to get their acts together. Now, Kim is 60 pounds lighter, her tall hubby is 90 pounds [...]
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    Diet and Weight Loss News

  • WHO predicts 1.4 million infected with Ebola by January 2015

    15 Oct 2014 | 4:45 am
    Approximately 8,000 are infected right now and that number is expected to jump to 1.4 million in just 3 months. The WHO has stated that the spread through Europe is inevitable. Scientists say the... Foods that actually help to speed up your metabolism: http://dietweightlossnews.blogspot.com/2011/05/foods-that-actually-help-to-speed-up.html
  • Low-carb diet good for people with type 2 diabetes

    8 Oct 2014 | 9:23 am
    After 12 months in the trial, the low-carbohydrate group improved in regard to the physical component, which includes physical function, bodily pain and general health. No improvements were seen in... Foods that actually help to speed up your metabolism: http://dietweightlossnews.blogspot.com/2011/05/foods-that-actually-help-to-speed-up.html
  • Raspberries have shown a positive correlation between intake of flavonoids in berries and memory improvement

    5 Oct 2014 | 7:00 am
    Several animal studies have shown a positive correlation between intake of flavonoids in berries and memory improvement as well as decreasing the delay in cognitive ability related to aging. Also A... Foods that actually help to speed up your metabolism: http://dietweightlossnews.blogspot.com/2011/05/foods-that-actually-help-to-speed-up.html
  • Can binge eating cured by a supplement of oestrogen?

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

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

    22 Oct 2014 | 8:48 pm
    The "Somebody's Gotta Do It" host responds to viewers who said he "came across as bored and disdainful" after last week's show on endangered animals.
  • With shooting, Canada must wake up

    22 Oct 2014 | 8:31 pm
    It was a surprise, even for a journalist, to be driving down Wellington Street, the city's ceremonial thoroughfare, and to find myself swept into the chaotic aftermath of a disaster. I was rushing to a television studio at mid-morning and passing by the National War Memorial, just minutes after the shooting. A solider was down.
  • Leave Renee Zellweger alone

    22 Oct 2014 | 8:05 pm
    LZ Granderson says the actress's changed appearance after years out of public eye unleashed a wave of gossipy judgment. Why can't we just accept her explanation that she's happy?
  • Alleged killer 'freaked me out'

    22 Oct 2014 | 8:05 pm
    Darren Deon Vann was no stranger to police.
  • Google unveils app to fix email

    22 Oct 2014 | 8:04 pm
    How do you solve a problem like email?
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    3 Fat Chicks on a Diet Weight Loss Community

  • Goals,'realistic' and 'unrealistic'--does it matter?

    22 Oct 2014 | 7:52 pm
    In Atkins 2002 he recommends that you choose a weight goal that reflects a normal healthy weight according to the BMI table, perhaps one (he says) that you stayed at a long time in the past, even though you may not feel that achieving it is possible. He doesn't talk about intermediate goals. I haven't been a normal weight since I was about 10--I weighed 196 in high school. 'BMI normal' for me is between 110 and 140, but I don't remember ever being that. My current BMI is 35.8 and I would be grateful to just get of obese and get into the high end of overweight even--it has been so long. How…
  • Weight loss/losing inches

    22 Oct 2014 | 3:01 pm
    Hi guys, new to the forum and was wondering if anyone could help. I've decided to start measuring inches rather than weighing myself due to past eating disordered behaviour. I'm about a UK size 16 and I'd like to be around a UK 10 or 12 (that's a US 6 or 8). I'm 5ft 4. However, I've been noticing recently that the inches haven't really been coming off- and I imagine I have a lot to lose/probably in the early 200s (that's all my spouse would tell me, not an exact number). I've been working my *** off and they said I've already lost around 25lbs apparently. However, I've been at this since…
  • Breakthrough approach to weight loss - seeking early participants

    22 Oct 2014 | 2:25 pm
    Hi everyone, Losing weight while enjoying life is a real challenge, isn’t it? Scientific studies teach us that eating the right foods is only 20% of the challenge. The REAL challenge is mastering our psychology and transforming our eating habits. Our company is developing a breakthrough personal companion iPhone app that uses a new experimental technology that customizes an eating plan, transforms your eating habits into healthy ones and provides continuous advice and motivation — while enjoying life and food. Think of it as an expert personal nutritionist and mindfulness companion. We…
  • How long did it hurt? New exercises

    22 Oct 2014 | 11:12 am
    I joined a gym to take some cardio and resistance training classes hoping to get the first 40lbs off sooner than later. I do the cardio mon/wed/fri and resistance on tues/thurs. I'm only 2 days into my first week and I feel like my body is as stiff as a board and so sore. I don't want to quit but it really hurts. How long until it's a good hurt vs. feeling like my arms and legs are going to collapse? Thank you.
  • Long time lurker

    22 Oct 2014 | 9:54 am
    Hello all, I have been a lurker on these forums for quite some time, and have tried to lose weight a few times, but couldn't stick with it. I'm hoping this is my last time trying and my first time succeeding. My diet plan is 1200 calories every day with lots of protein and very little carbs. I don't do cheat days, so all I'm eating is healthy things. I've been at it for almost a month now, and have lost over 7 and a half lbs. I'm eager to keep going and succeed! Any input would be appreciated!
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    Hollie's Weight Loss Blog

  • Getting through the rough times...

    19 Oct 2014 | 7:56 pm
    I took a road trip to Missouri to see my mom this weekend. In case you're new or missed it, mom has Alzheimer's disease and is in a nursing home. I just wasn't prepared for how her condition has deteriorated since I last saw her in May. Bless her heart... It just made me so sad. And leaving her was the worst. I cried most of the way home (4 hours). And I just wanted to eat. I packed my
  • Believing I can...

    15 Oct 2014 | 8:17 am
    Yesterday I woke up feeling very positive about this journey. I am liking the way I look in the mirror. I have more energy and my skin is clear. After thinking back on vacation and the good choices I was able to make regarding food and exercise, I had an overwhelming feeling.Success. I actually looked in the mirror and felt it.I can and will reach my goal weight. I will actually get there this
  • Vacation and staying focused

    11 Oct 2014 | 7:06 am
    Today is our last full day of vacation in Edisto Beach, SC. It's been amazing. Lots of time on the beach, lots of laziness in our wonderful condo, and lots of great time with my loves.And this trip has not been about food. We actually haven't eat out once during the entire trip. Yes, it really cuts expense to cook/eat at the condo when you have six people to feed. But it also helps to keep
  • Trusting my journey...

    4 Oct 2014 | 6:48 am
    I've been low-carbing for little over a month now. I've made great progress on the scale. But I've made even more progress mentally.One month ago I actually contemplated giving up. My body was detoxing from carbs and I was miserable. I wanted all the sugar and I couldn't have it. And the thought crossed my mind that I should just stay fat. I mean, what was so bad about just being fat?Because I've
  • Oct 1 weigh-in...

    1 Oct 2014 | 6:16 am
    14.8 lbs gone this month.  Not bad at all!  I could never imagine just a month ago that I would be able to stick to low carb living this long. Yes, I do still want the bad stuff, but I'm able to say no and resist.  The great thing is that I feel strong and I know I'll be able to keep going.  I am doing Personal Training Food for another 28 days. It is absolutely working for
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    Escape from Obesity

  • An "Eating Disorder" Counselor Gives Me Advice

    19 Oct 2014 | 5:40 pm
    I mentioned years ago on my blog that I wanted to see an eating disorder specialist for help with my binge eating, but there wasn't one near enough that it wouldn't mean 3 hours round trip for a visit. Finding someone who would take my insurance was another issue. After I stopped binge eating on my own, I no longer felt the need to see a specialist. But this year's been tough, recovering from 2 years of chronic pain and the loss of loved ones in my life, so I did think seeing a regular counselor would be worthwhile and helpful... and it is. But when I've talked about the way I still like to…
  • Facing the Scale

    16 Oct 2014 | 1:04 pm
    I've been avoiding it for a long time, but yesterday I decided to just get up this morning and weigh. I guess I just didn't want to know, was afraid if there was a gain I'd feel worse (I have been feeling bad enough without adding one more thing) and honestly have had very little motivation to *do* anything about my weight anyway... so what's the point of weighing? Well as I said yesterday, the point is my health, and I need to get refocused on *that* (and weight is, at least in obesity, connected to what's going on with my health).So here we go. Scale this morning said 232 pounds. That's up…
  • Today

    15 Oct 2014 | 4:52 pm
    Today has been a day of much thinking and pondering and feeling about what is going on with me and my weight and my health. It was the first slow, calm, relaxing, unbusy day I have had in awhile... rainy and chilly, with no appointments or volunteering or work that had to be done, so I have had time to be quiet and see what is going on with me. Inside.I am afraid I am failing. I am worried that I will never get my mojo back and focus and even *care* enough to work on the whole diet/exercise thing this fall and winter. I deeply want to hibernate, ignore it all, and just pretend everything is…
  • About The Week

    13 Oct 2014 | 12:38 pm
    This week has been a tough one for me. Over the past couple of months I have been on and off AIP more times than I can count... which doesn't do anything for the elimination diet part of the equation. I'd need to be solid with the elimination part for a month (again) before I could start reintroducing things again properly (all I've reintroduced successfully so far is cocoa, nutmeg, and cumin.) I do see health benefits from AIP though, even when I am not perfect at it. It's a very natural, healthy, whole foods, anti-inflammatory diet, so I do get some benefits from eating this way for 3 days…
  • A Comment About Comments

    8 Oct 2014 | 2:42 pm
    As my blog has evolved over time, so have the comments I receive here and the way I handle publishing them. For years, it was an open commenting free-for-all, but when I was getting dozens of comments per post, sometimes there would be inflammatory stuff published before I had a chance to see it: personal attacks on me or on another commenter, seriously offensive profanity, links to inappropriate websites, etc. So at that time, I started to moderate comments. I wrote my "comment policy" and did not allow comments that were attacking or used profanity. Pretty much everything else got…
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    Fit Bottomed Girls

  • Weight-Loss Wisdom From The Biggest Loser’s Mike Murburg

    22 Oct 2014 | 6:36 am
    From the moment The Biggest Loser viewers met former Ivy League wrestler Mike Murburg, we were inspired by his work ethic and touched by the promise he made to his late son to turn his health around. And when we talked with him last week after his elimination on the show, we were even more impressed. The 58-year-old disability lawyer, who lives in the Tampa, Fla. area, was a veritable font of knowledge and shared a little of how he was able to lose 120 pounds, even while injured a lot of the time on the ranch. “I’d blown my knee out,” he said. “You don’t see me in a lot of…
  • Color Me Beautiful: How to Find What Colors You Look Best in

    22 Oct 2014 | 5:00 am
    They say beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but we say that beauty is in the heart of those who feel beautiful! So with that, we’re sharing with you a full out be-YOU-tiful guide to color — and feeling gorgeous — that is sure to teach you a thing or two. From what really makes someone look beautiful to the right colors to wear for every skin tone, it sure has us rethinking our wardrobe for the better and brighter! Next Page →
  • How to Get the Perfect Top Knot

    22 Oct 2014 | 3:00 am
    When it comes to hair, we’re into quick styles that work well and look great in a variety of settings. Settings, like, say … everything from a night on the town to yoga class. And nothing does that better than a top knot. Nothing. In order to achieve the perfect top knot (it’s easy but there is a technique to it!), we got with NYC Cutler and Redken Stylist Jenny Balding. Jenny shows us — in just six quick and easy steps — how to get the perfect top knot in minutes for Be-YOU-tiful Week! How to Achieve the Perfect Top Knot For best results, start with day two…
  • Get Your Massage on: Wahl’s Massager

    21 Oct 2014 | 5:00 am
    How many times have you finished a hard workout (or, you know, woken up a day or two after a serious sweat session) and wished above all else that you had a massage therapist on retainer? I mean, sure, you can always pull out the foam roller or roll around on a tennis or lacrosse ball (and, in fact, I highly recommend that you do!), but sometimes, you want a more gentle self massage. But, you know, without working too hard at it. This massage is supposed to be a pleasure, after all, right? Wahl offers a whole line of personal massagers, and I recently checked out its Deluxe Therapy…
  • 48-Hour Beauty: How to Feel and Look Good Without Showering Every Day

    21 Oct 2014 | 5:00 am
    This is a sponsored post brought to you by Secret Outlast Clear Gel. We received free product and were compensated for this post. For our sponsored post policy, click here. There’s nothing more refreshing than a good ol’ shower. But sometimes, a full shower isn’t totally possible — you’ve got errands to run, workouts to squeeze in and work to do! Not to mention that showering every day uses a lot of water. Plus, you don’t have to shower every day to feel and look good. Not scrubbing down every day can actually be great for your skin and your hair (no…
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  • Everyday Life: September 2014

    11 Oct 2014 | 2:24 pm
    Just to clarify, we haven’t moved again – the Brown House was our house in Dunfermline. We rented it out the past year then decided to sell. We’re still in Inverness in the same rental place, where the awesome Neighbour Cat still sneaks through the bathroom window and falls asleep in random places. Catching up on September… it was one of those months that make it look like I have an actual social life! It started with the annual Jocktoberfest at the brewery. The theme was Wild West and the place looked fab. We had a weekend in London to see Rhiannon. I’m…
  • Farewell to the Brown House

    10 Oct 2014 | 2:06 pm
    Last Friday we handed the keys of the Brown House to its new owners. After very smelly beginnings we loved that place in all its 1970s glory. But much has changed since 2009 so it was time to pass the brown baton. Apparently the new owners plan to do all the Someday things – replace the aged kitchen, bathroom, stairs… and put in an en-suite! Looks like they have no need for a bedroom beer cellar. We paid a visit to finalise things and camped out in the living room for old times’ sake. We narrowed down our favourite Brown House memories. Mine: the time Gareth was…
  • Scotland dot jock

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

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

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

  • About Last Night...

    5 Oct 2014 | 8:34 am
    There have been moments in my life when I’ve sensed the presence of a deceased loved one. While warm and bittersweet, I understand those feelings to be resurrected memories of the connection we had when they were alive; me consciously sating some need I perhaps hadn’t completely identified. I don’t believe those vague presences stem from a visit by their spirit. That’s why I can’t explain what happened last night. I often employ the “Just ignore it, it will go away” approach to healthcare. But after a months-long battle with hip pain – in which the last few days I’ve been…
  • What I Did On My (barely) Summer Vacation

    21 Sep 2014 | 12:00 pm
    You know how when you get home after being away for several days? You might think, ‘Gee, it’s good to be home.’ Yeah, well, I’m still waiting for that feeling. “Relaxed” isn’t exactly my middle name, so when Jim suggested we go to the beach because he wanted to relax, I said I probably wouldn’t like that. I need to be busy to have fun. Hiking, sightseeing, shopping, going to a play. THAT’S fun. Sitting around doing nothing? Capital B boring. Then I saw the ocean from the balcony of our 12th floor hotel room at North Myrtle Beach and I didn’t care if I did anything else all…
  • Rebuilding

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

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

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

  • Feed the Soul Newsletter, Fall Issue 1

    Etosha Farmer
    1 Oct 2014 | 9:55 am
    Check out our new fall newsletter.  It contains helpful ideas and resources to help you meet your nutrition goals! Nutrition411_Fall_Issue,_No._1
  • Breakfast Helps With Success At School

    Etosha Farmer
    23 Sep 2014 | 10:48 am
    Nicole’s Interview on 7-News!  Click the link to see the full segment and learn how Breakfast Helps with Success at School ! http://www.wwnytv.com/healthy/Your-Health-The-Importance-of-a-Good-Breakfast-274237111.html
  • New recommendations for overweight people with heart risks

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

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

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

    22 Oct 2014 | 5:43 pm
    Achieving toned, beautiful arms doesn't have to feel like a constant struggle, but you can't rely on cardio and light weights for dramatic results. Expert trainer, KIND spokesperson, and author of Strong Is the New Skinny Jennifer Cohen doesn't need you to become an Olympic powerlifter, but she says you might have to get comfortable lifting more than you're used to. Many women pine after toned arms but are afraid of lifting more than five pounds. If you want to see real results in your muscle definition, the answer lies in shocking your body with heavier weights. If you're currently strength…
  • Healthy Ways to Use Up Your Leftover Halloween Pumpkin

    22 Oct 2014 | 5:14 pm
    While Halloween is all about the jack-o'-lanterns, you may have more than your fair share of leftover pumpkins or rotting gourds once the festivities are over. So if you've been carving up a pumpkin storm or otherwise decorating with pumpkins, here's what to do with the leftovers. Pumpkin puree: Don't discard the insides of your pumpkin - you can add pumpkin puree to everything from baking to your morning yogurt. Just note that the pulp from jack-o'-lantern pumpkins won't be as flavorful as the flesh from smaller ones. To make pumpkin puree with the pulp of your carving pumpkin, steam it…
  • It's Tabata Time: Short but Intense Bodyweight Workout

    22 Oct 2014 | 4:16 pm
    We love the Tabata protocol for quick, efficient workouts. The simple structure, 20-second intense intervals followed by 10 seconds rest for four minutes, means you can really push yourself. Not only do you build strength, but you burn more calories during and after your workout. Try two rounds of Tabata with Equinox trainer Dana McCaw. Press play for the warmup and workout. And, of course, to sweat.
  • The Best Workouts For Weight Loss

    22 Oct 2014 | 4:08 pm
    Are you maximizing your calorie-burning time when you work out? Make those minutes count with these workouts for weight loss. Read on to learn just why these workouts are great for losing those pounds, as well as routines for each type of workout.
  • The Right and Wrong Way to Eat Chia Seeds

    22 Oct 2014 | 3:34 pm
    There's good reason chia seeds have been on everyone's minds these days. These tiny seeds are high in protein, fiber, calcium, antioxidants, and omega-3s, but there is a right and wrong way to eat them, and one man recently learned the hard way. Source: Shutterstock In one patient case study, one man experienced intense dysphagia, or difficulty swallowing, after ingesting a tablespoon of dry chia seeds and chasing it with water. One of the reasons chia seeds are touted for weight loss is because they expand multiple times their size in water and help you feel full for longer. However, taking…
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    Weighty Matters

  • Guest Post: A Reader Provides His Recipe for Weight Loss

    22 Oct 2014 | 2:30 am
    His name is Brian Abernathy and a few weeks ago he reached out to let me know what has worked for him with his weight. And while I'm not suggesting everyone follow his plan (there's no one right way, and what's right for one, is no doubt wrong for another), I thought it was thoughtful, well written, realistic, and very much in line with my philosophy, and so I asked him if he'd mind if I shared. Yoni, First, thank you for your reasonable approach to weight loss and for pointing the finger at the dismal food environment we’ve created. I’ve been following your blog for a few years now and I…
  • Why You're Better Off With Froot Loops Than Special K Granola

    21 Oct 2014 | 2:30 am
    Because spoon for spoon Froot Loops contains 20% less sugar and roughly 1/3 the calories as Special K granola.Yet here's betting the health halo of the words, "Granola", the claims, "Made with Whole Grains", "Low-Fat", and "Source of Fibre and Vitamin D", along with the weight-focused branding of "Special K", leads many to think this high calorie sugar bomb is a great, weight-safe, healthful meal or snack.If you're going to have a dessert cereal, best you know it's a treat and not think it's a health food.        Related StoriesThere's No Fruit in Glaceau…
  • Guest Post: Obesity, Cancer, and Mental Health. What Links Them All?

    20 Oct 2014 | 2:30 am
    Today's guest post comes from Dr. Sandro Demaio - a rising public health champion. When he asked me if I'd write something for him, I jumped at the chance to ask him to write something for me! There's been a lot of discussion about obesity. Whether or not it's a disease (as it is in the USA now). How this label would positively or negatively influence action taken by society and governments in addressing this large and growing burden. This conversation is important, but I have noticed very often it ends with confusion. Questions around why we begin talking about obesity - and end discussing…
  • Saturday Stories: Viola Vanclief, Environments, Ebola x 2, and Marathons

    18 Oct 2014 | 2:30 am
    Viola VancliefGarrett Therolf in the LA Times tells the haunting story of Viola Vanclief's too short life. Brad Stulberg in The Harvard Public Health Review makes the case for levee building over swimming lessons in behaviour change. Josephus Weeks, the nephew of Ebola victim Thomas Eric Duncan, with a must read story in The Dallas News on why his uncle's death might have been preventable. Frank Bruni in The New York Times on how Ebola has highlighted our messed up health priorities and asks, among other things, if you've had your flu shot? Alex Hutchinson in Runner's World with an amazing…
  • Dear Kitten, About that Dog

    17 Oct 2014 | 2:30 am
    Today's Funny Friday video has Ze Frank lending his comedic styling to a cat food commercial. It's fantastic.Have a great weekend!        Related StoriesRUN! (And Don't Play with Ouija Boards)The Best Lightbulb Commercial Ever MadePuppies! 
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  • Chia Seeds: From Novelty Gift to Nutritional Supplement

    22 Oct 2014 | 7:00 am
    (CC BY 2.0) Julie Feinstein/Flickr Chia seeds first entered the American market in 1977 packaged with a novelty terracotta figure of a man’s head. The seeds were sprinkled on the figure’s head and watered, resulting in a green fright-wig hairdo. Many other Chia Pet figures followed, including a popular Barrack Obama version, and every year on Halloween countless unfortunate dogs are dressed up in undignified Chia Pet costumes by their owners (see photo). But about five years ago the seed of this Central American plant began to acquire a reputation as a super-nutritious weight loss…
  • Making Americans Less Clueless about Calories

    21 Oct 2014 | 7:00 am
    (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0) Steve Rhodes/Flickr We have a seriously unhealthy national weight problem; everybody knows that by now. The simplest and most obvious way to lose weight is to consume fewer calories; almost everybody knows that by now. A calorie is a measure of energy, and the number of them in a food or beverage equals the amount of fuel they add to the body to be burned off; not a whole lot of people know that. The number of calories a typical adult should consume in a typical day is 2,000; most people have no idea. (Johns Hopkins University quizzed 246 regular users of their hospital…
  • Dr. J’s Primer on How to Apologize: Compassion & Contrition

    16 Oct 2014 | 7:00 am
    ((CC BY-NC-SA 2.0) Don/Flickr Most people apologize right after denying that there is anything for them to apologize for, or right after having been caught lying about what they are apologizing for. This is not the way to do it. At its simplest form, an appropriate apology needs to contain two qualities: compassion and contrition. “I’m sorry to have to tell you this, but today’s column is poorly written and tedious to read. It probably just wasted a few minutes of your life!” That’s compassion. “You are a valued reader of my column, and I usually do my best…
  • The Last Word in the Carbs-vs.-Fats Debate?

    15 Oct 2014 | 7:00 am
    (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0) M Kasahara/Flickr Memo to the sugar industry: It’s over. Shut up. For years, health experts have recommended that people adopt low-fat diets that avoid meat and dairy products and instead emphasize grains, starches and other carbohydrates, but a major new study finds that people who do just the opposite, following a diet low in carbohydrates but with no restrictions on simple or saturated fats, actually lose more weight, and are statistically at less risk of developing heart disease. If you think you’ve heard or read words very much to that effect before this,…
  • Rules of Thumb for Portion Control

    13 Oct 2014 | 7:00 am
    (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0) John C Bullas/Flickr Are you a victim of portion creep? Are your food portions growing? Would you like to get back “normal” portions? Portion creep has been a major contributor to the obesity crisis over the past several decades. Let’s see what can be done about it. If you are the cook and find that there is always more food than you need, try cutting back on the amount you fix. You’ll save money and face less temptation to overeat. However, if you want extra to take for lunch or freeze for a future meal, dish out what you intend for future use into…
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    Carla Birnberg

  • I wore my #wycwyc tee out.

    22 Oct 2014 | 1:00 am
    I caint lie. I rock the #wycwyc at home. Yep. I used the R-word. I almost find it easy (now) and simple (since it’s become habit) only because it’s been the backdrop to my life for so many years. More specifically for almost nine years (guess who turns nine next month?). I rock the #wycwyc less with the foodstuffs as I’m an intuitive eater.  Although, if I stop and consider it I’m a #wycwyc eater, too. I eat what my body asks for/craves. I listen to my body. I don’t judge it. Whatever I do mindfully is OK and plenty “perfect” enough for me. tiny can…
  • Wanna be my BFF?

    20 Oct 2014 | 1:00 am
    (No idea who originally said this. I just love it.) Once upon a time I was a tiny misfit about to enter kindergarten. According to family lore (retold so many times I’m convinced I remember it happening) I expressed this trepidation to my Mom. “Here’s what you do,” she instructed me. “Find someone you like and ask them if they will be your friend for the day.  Just start with a day!” And, because Ive convinced myself I remember all this, I “clearly recall” approaching a girl named Alex, asking her to be my friend, and all my kinder-friendships…
  • Fearless rebranding.

    17 Oct 2014 | 1:00 am
    Nine months ago I became myself. Although it was a long time coming (much more about that at the Summit) it was only nine months ago I finally yanked the MizFit plug, pulled off the caricature veil and gave myself room to grow.  yep.  my logo as a reader tattoo. that’s some tight branding. Even though my branding was strong (too strong to survive a change? I wasn’t sure). Even though everything was going really, really well (should I rock the boat? I wasn’t sure.) I knew it was time. It was hard. It was terrifying. It was something I’d considered for years and wished…
  • It’s OK to wish Mamahood away.

    15 Oct 2014 | 1:00 am
    Who wouldn’t wanna SAVOR these two? Last Saturday morning I leaped out of bed with an enormous To Do list. I had a few things I knew must be checked off by 530a (hold me) or I’d not be where I needed in order to slow down once the Child and The Chairman were awake. I didn’t really mind waking so early because it allowed me to slow and savor later. It’s how my life is structured these days and it feels (felt?) like a really great trade. As I drank my coffee I considered these facts and began to write: I lead a very slow existence. Gone are the days of frantic go go go…
  • Is there a happiness set point?

    13 Oct 2014 | 1:00 am
    Our 2013 gratitude jar commitment has continued longer than I’d dared to hope. Quite frankly I’d envisioned the project as something Id have to nudge the Tornado to grow enthusiastic about. To my surprise, she’s usually the instigator of our gratitude moments. Sometimes she sneaks off into her room and writes/paints/draws her gratitude and brings it back to our jar. Other times she’ll grab our papers & announces it’s time to write down our thankful thoughts: She enjoys both the process of writing down her gratitude & the experience of revisiting the…
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    344 Pounds

  • Focused on Being a Great Dad and Husband

    3 Oct 2014 | 7:20 am
    I’ve been focusing on my family for the past fourteen months. I stopped posting on the blog during the summer of last year not due to a lack of interest, but a lack of time.  Time during the day.  Time left alive.  I’m 29 — most of my friends and family (my wife) have already turned 30.  For the first time in my life, I hear a ticking clock. It’s muted, sure, I’m only 29;  but I’m starting to realize it’s there. Sooner rather than later, I’ll be 30.  That’ll lead to 40.  Tick, tick, tick.  50, 60, and even 70 might come for…
  • Why Continue Losing Weight After Reaching a “Normal” Weight?

    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

    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

    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…
  • 235.8 Pounds

    16 Jul 2013 | 5:45 am
    I haven’t stepped onto this scale in over a month. The desire and motivation to lose weight has always been there, but so have 12 hour days at the office and 3-straight weeks of rainy, “stay inside and eat snacks with my daughter while watching Dora” weather. I’m coming out of my slump, though, like I always do. I’ve always wanted to be able to say that I was able to lose 150 pounds.  The number 150 is arbitrary, but with my body type and height, 194.4 pounds is probably pretty close to my “ideal” weight. Even though posting has been scarce lately,…
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  • Home Insurance Changes to Flood Protection

    Tim Currie
    21 Oct 2014 | 8:51 am
    As you know, Ontario has seen a significant increase in the amount of water damage claims in both commercial and personal insurance policies over the last few years. The damage caused by last summer’s flooding was record setting. With changing weather patterns, there have been some significant changes in the water damage coverages offered by many insurance companies. Many of the changes have reduced the available coverage for damage to your home as a result of over-land flooding and/or sewer back up. It’s important to note that you may be eligible for subsidies (depending upon where you…
  • Improve Highway Driving Habits and Save on Car Insurance Premiums

    Tim Currie
    14 Oct 2014 | 3:37 am
    This Vancouver Province article identifies 7 driving habits that they suggest you review and either stop doing, or start doing. Find out how safe driving habits can reduce your car insurance premiums by up to 25%. Call 1-800-475-4070 for options and more opportunities to save! 7 Ways to Positively Effect Car Insurance Premiums Your car insurance premiums are directly impacted by accidents and incidents related to your driving habits. Insurers take your safety rating into consideration first and foremost. For this reason, it’s extremely important that you take safety into consideration. Many…
  • What’s Makes a Difference to an Insurance Quote in Ontario?

    Tim Currie
    6 Oct 2014 | 3:12 am
    Over the course of my career, I have sold insurance for a Bank, Broker and Direct Writer. I constantly get asked to compare each of the distribution channels. I can honestly say that each brings an element that the buying consumer would appreciate. Depending on your lifestyle or stage in life, I believe this will impact how and from whom you purchase a policy. Benefits to an Insurance Quote From a Bank Banks or financial institutions offer Call Centre sales and service support. For the most part they provide good and very comprehensive customer interaction. Call Centres offer the advantage of…
  • Car Insurance Alert: Warning Signs of Driver Fatigue

    Tim Currie
    1 Oct 2014 | 9:15 am
    The top safety issues we face in the car insurance industry have traditionally been to do with texting while driving or being under the influence when behind the wheel. In other words: all forms of distracted driving. While these areas certainly deserve much of our attention, there is still a serious concern around fatigue and its impact on both safety and car insurance rates in Ontario. In fact, Ontario is considered to be at a higher risk for offense in the area of driver fatigue. About 20% of fatal accidents in Canada are related to driver fatigue (Transport Canada). In Ontario, that…
  • Do you Need an Umbrella Insurance Policy?

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

  • Advocare Spark (Fruit Punch) Review

    A Merry Life
    22 Oct 2014 | 10:48 am
    Y’all the greatest thing has happened. I’ve gotten my new order of AdvoCare Spark Energy Drink! One of my best friends is an Advocare distributor so she helped me out by ordering me a package of this lovely, lovely energy drink. I first discovered Spark when I did my Advocare 10 Day Cleanse (results of the Advocare 10 Day Cleanse). It was my first experience with Advocare products and obviously it wasn’t my last. What Is Advocare? AdvoCare is an American multilevel marketing company that sells energy, weight-loss, nutrition and sports performance products. They were…
  • Memphis Is A Cycling City

    A Merry Life
    21 Oct 2014 | 3:11 pm
    As loyal readers know, I love to bike. It’s been my main form of cardio fitness for a while and my preferred way to sweat it out. That’s why I get so very excited every time I learn about my city making huge strides in cycling. The local website Choose 901 shared a story about how Memphis is becoming a premiere destination for cyclists. That’s the just of the new report, “State of Bicycling 2014? from Bicycle Pedestrian Coordinator for the city of Memphis Kyle Wagenschutz. I’m more excited about what the future holds and the potential Memphis holds to become a premier…
  • Confidence

    A Merry Life
    18 Oct 2014 | 8:49 am
    In 2013, one of my goals was to build my self-confidence. I feel like I did this pretty well, despite it being a very, very bumpy road. I ended the year in a very good place, more confident with myself and my future direction than ever.  However, being laid off recently was a blow to this confidence. I know it wasn’t because of my work, but it still stung. It knocked me down a bit more than I expected. Honestly, I’ve struggled with confidence in others situations over the last few weeks because of it. photo by Jennifer You Must Believe In Yourself So many people have told me a…
  • Wide Calf Boot Options

    A Merry Life
    14 Oct 2014 | 12:45 pm
    While I’ve lost dress sizes over my weight loss journey, one thing that has never changed much is my calf size. I wear clothes that are 5 sizes smaller but I still need wide width (or size up) and wide calf boots. I only started wearing boots last year with a cute pair of cowboy boots, but I’ve fallen in love with the style. Since it’s fall, it is now my mission to find some wide calf boots in a style I love. I’ve been browsing online and come up with a list of my favorites that I will be sharing below. I also plan to go by Target, Torrid, Lane Bryant, and some shoe…
  • Got a problem? Sweat it out.

    A Merry Life
    9 Oct 2014 | 1:13 pm
    The older I get, the more I appreciate exercise. It’s amazing. Fantastic. A cure to a lot of what probably ails us all. Something I need and crave. I’ve been having what one might call a rough week. A ton of little frustrating things happened one after another. Then came the biggies – I was laid off my full time job and a family member ended up in the hospital. A lot of things like that can ruin your week and make you feel pretty down about life. All within a short span of time. It left me feeling adrift and scared and just downtrodden. Since I was feeling down I decided to…
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  • The 24 Minute Calorie Burner Cardio Workout

    20 Oct 2014 | 1:37 am
      The sedentary lifestyle followed by most of the people these days has left no time for them to look after their wellbeing. Strained muscles, aching backs and uneasy exhausted feeling have become a part of everyone’s daily life. In such a scenario, working out on regular basis becomes crucial, because exercising not only burns...Read More
  • The 15 Min Body Fat Blaster Home Workout

    16 Oct 2014 | 2:25 am
    Do you find it difficult to incorporate gym or yoga classes in your daily routine? Do you also believe that at least an hour or so of exercise is required every day to stay in shape? If you have answered yes to any of these questions, then certainly this article is going to be an...Read More
  • 5 Diet and Exercise Tips to Lose Arm Flab

    Dashmeet Kaur
    1 Oct 2014 | 2:01 am
    There are exercises that target the flab on your arms to help you get the toned arms. But if you really want to double-team arm flab, then you’ll need to eliminate sugar and processed carbohydrates while also incorporating fat-burning foods into your diet. Start your day with Fiber: Eating a healthy breakfast jump-starts your metabolism,...Read More
  • 15 Ways To Cut Down 500 Calories A Day

    Dashmeet Kaur
    29 Sep 2014 | 9:39 pm
    Weight loss is very scientific. It all boils down to how many calories consumed versus how many calories burned. While exercise really helps in burning calories, its what you eat can be a game changer. All foods have calories. While some come in the form of our favorite dessert or savory dish, the others are...Read More
  • 50 Easy tips to lose weight

    Swati Kapoor
    29 Sep 2014 | 2:22 am
    Losing weight can be as easy or as difficult as you want it to be. Weight loss should be looked at it from a holistic (health) point of you. Its not only about seeing the kilos going down on the weighing scale. It is also about how healthy you feel as you shed that extra...Read More
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    Weight Loss Success

  • Just say “NO!” : Learn This and Lose Weight

    George Diamond
    13 Oct 2014 | 3:39 am
    Weight Loss Success - Lose Weight -> Get Healthier -> Live Longer George Diamond Just say “NO!” : Learn This and Lose Weight Weight Loss Success Just say “NO!” Learn This and Lose Weight I was running with a group of marathon runners the other day, when one of them said to me that she had a problem in saying “NO” to food. She said that the only reason she was able to stay thin is because she runs 10-12 miles a few times a week. She mentioned that one of the other marathon runners had no problem saying, “NO!” That lead me to think. If you…
  • Don’t Like Your Weight

    George Diamond
    6 Oct 2014 | 3:08 pm
    Weight Loss Success - Lose Weight -> Get Healthier -> Live Longer George Diamond Don’t Like Your Weight Weight Loss Success If You Don’t Like Your Weight, Change it The post Don’t Like Your Weight appeared first on Weight Loss Success.
  • This is Your Opportunity to Slim Down

    George Diamond
    3 Oct 2014 | 4:32 am
    Weight Loss Success - Lose Weight -> Get Healthier -> Live Longer George Diamond This is Your Opportunity to Slim Down Weight Loss Success Opportunity to Slim Down Summer is over. This is your opportunity to lose weight. This is your opportunity to get the body you want. However, if you want to do it by next summer, you will need to start today. Fall is a great time to do it. The nature is changing, and you can change too. Just shrink not grow. Fall is the perfect opportunity to do it. It is the opportunity to get more exercise. It can be the opportunity to start wearing the clothes you…
  • Weight Loss Success is a Choice – Weight Loss Choice

    George Diamond
    1 Oct 2014 | 4:50 am
    Weight Loss Success - Lose Weight -> Get Healthier -> Live Longer George Diamond Weight Loss Success is a Choice – Weight Loss Choice Weight Loss Success Weight Loss Success : Weight Loss Choice People tell me all the time that they can’t lose weight. However, what they don’t realize is that weight-loss success is a choice. Weight loss is their choice. The key is that they have to choose to do it and stop complaining that they can’t. It is not that they can’t lose weight. It is that they choose not to do what it takes to make it happen. The concept of…
  • Catch the Vision and Lose the Weight

    George Diamond
    26 Sep 2014 | 4:52 am
    Weight Loss Success - Lose Weight -> Get Healthier -> Live Longer George Diamond Catch the Vision and Lose the Weight Weight Loss Success Vision and Lose the Weight One of the keys to losing weight is belief. If you want to lose weight, you first must believe that you can do it. One of the ways to get belief is to catch a vision of a thinner you. A vision of a thinner you and the belief that you can do it will help drive you to weight-loss success. Having the belief that you can become thinner is powerful. Having an image of where you want to be, is mandatory. They will help to guide…
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    The Tippy Toe Diet

  • Happy Traveler

    Cammy Chapel
    15 Oct 2014 | 5:42 am
    Greetings from northern Virginia! Yep, I’m traveling again, but this time it’s purely for fun. And am I ever having fun! cue: boring vacation photos I left home at 6 a.m. Sunday and stopped at Burgess Falls State Park in Cookeville, TN. I’ve visited and passed this area more times than I can count, but finally took time to check out this park I’ve heard so much about. Burgess Falls is a series of falls actually. The first falls: The trail up is not only NOT paved, it’s not a particularly “clean” trail: In addition to a million (or so) tree roots and a…
  • Alphabet Soup: It’s All About I

    Cammy Chapel
    8 Oct 2014 | 6:00 pm
    Okay, so it’s not grammatically correct. It’s the best I could come up with at the moment. Time again for another installment of Alphabet Soup, my letter-by-letter look at the words and concepts that help me in weight management. I have to tell you, I’m quite proud of myself for getting all the way up to ‘I’. You probably won’t be surprised to read that my #1 I-word is “I“. One of the greatest lessons I’ve learned over the past 7 or 8 years is that I hold the keys to my success. Sure, I get help and support from some (thank you all very…
  • Respite…and Just in the Nick of Time

    Cammy Chapel
    2 Oct 2014 | 8:30 am
    Ahh, home again and getting back in the groove. Again. This week’s adventure took me back to middle Tennessee, but an hour or so south of Nashville, to a little town called Winchester. Along the way, I spotted this interesting castle near Arrington, TN: We don’t see many castles in TN, so I looked it up later. This is Castle Gwynn and it’s the home of the Tennessee Renaissance Festival in May of each year. I might have to check it out some year. This week’s luxury accommodations {snerk!} were at the Best Western. (For the record, I like Best Westerns, in general, and…
  • Foods My Grandmother Wouldn’t Recognize

    Cammy Chapel
    25 Sep 2014 | 8:42 am
    Have you ever had those times when an odd phrase pops up repeatedly, but from different sources? That’s what’s happened to me over the past week or so with the admonition to avoid “foods your grandmother wouldn’t recognize.” It jumps out at me every time, not only as a misquote of Michael Pollan’s “foods your great-great-grandmother (or great-grandmother, I forget) wouldn’t recognize”, but also because it makes me think of Memaw and how differently we approached food. Me: Greek yogurt and soy/almond/coconut milk Memaw: Ice cream (black…
  • The Weekly Traveler

    Cammy Chapel
    19 Sep 2014 | 8:47 pm
    Greetings from…Memphis! :)  After another week working in Nashville, I’m safe at home. Safe, and zonked. For the most part, the week was quiet. I worked my paid job in the morning and my unpaid job for a few hours in the afternoon and evening. And I walked a lot in between. I started on Sunday with a return to Two Rivers Park and Shelby Bottoms trails. Y’all remember this bridge over the Cumberland River from my last Nashville trip: Here’s a look from the bridge down to the Shelby Bottoms greenway: Not so bad getting down there, but getting back up wasn’t so…
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  • No Scary Surprises: GMO Free Halloween Candy Recommendations

    Gina Badalaty
    21 Oct 2014 | 6:00 am
    It’s time for trick or treats again, but kids can find their bags more full of tricks than treats. Candy loaded with GMO’s, dyes, preservatives and all kinds of junk can find its way into your children’s Halloween treat bag. What are some good options for candy and what can you do to protect your child? Mamavation Recommended GMO Free Halloween Candy and Treat Brands I’ve limited to these to brands that are not only organic, but sell the treats in larger bag sizes, so that you can stock up for your trick or treaters. The good news? We’re seeing more of these brands in our regular…
  • Time and Money Saving Organic Meals

    20 Oct 2014 | 1:49 pm
    Life can be busy, and just finding the time to cook can be a struggle sometimes. This week’s recipes require minimal prep time and are nearly effortless to prepare. So, you can feed your family healthy and organic meals, that are both low in cost and low on time. I saved some time this week by shopping at only 2 stores, instead of traveling around town between 4 or more. I even used a grocery delivery service and took advantage of the free delivery on my first order. It was actually incredibly easy to do my shopping. I typed in “organic spices” for example and I found…
  • One Pot Organic Chicken with Wild Rice and Vegetables

    18 Oct 2014 | 5:00 am
    When eating organic on a budget, you may find yourself doing a lot more cooking. There are a ton of benefits to this, such as knowing what’s in your food, lower costs, and fresh ingredients. However, there is one downside–Dishes. Yes, it’s true. The more delicious meals I make for my family, the more dishes in the sink. This is why I made One Pot Organic Chicken with Wild Rice and Vegetables. It’s all cooked in the same pan from start to finish so you have an easy clean up afterwards. It’s also a filling and flavorful meal. The organic chicken is crisped in the…
  • Organic Pear and Sharp Cheddar Grilled Cheese

    17 Oct 2014 | 5:00 am
    A large part of shopping on a budget for organic food, is sticking to the seasons for produce. Thanks to some delicious and in season organic D’Anjou pears, they were on sale at the grocery store. That’s what inspired this twist on a the classic grilled cheese sandwich. This Organic Pear and Sharp Cheddar Grilled Cheese layers ripe sliced organic pears, between two hearty toasted slices of organic multi-grain bread. It’s all held together with gooey, melted organic sharp white cheddar cheese. I chose an organic multigrain sprouted wheat bread. Sprouted breads are made from…
  • Organic Maple Bacon Pancake Hearts

    15 Oct 2014 | 4:53 pm
    There is no breakfast more classic than pancakes, maple syrup, and bacon, all made with love. So why not put all of this together to create Organic Maple Bacon Pancake Hearts? I created this recipe out of necessity really. My son is all about the carbs and we have to get sneaky to get him to eat protein. Hiding the bacon in the pancake and making them a fun shape did the trick. It also makes a nice portable breakfast when we need to hurry off somewhere. These aren’t just for kids though. The smokey organic bacon with a sweetness from the organic maple syrup is just what you want with…
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  • Stuffed Chicken Breast with Prosciutto, Pears and Brie

    22 Oct 2014 | 7:48 am
    Roasted stuffed chicken breast is the perfect Fall dish, filled with a savory-sweet stuffing of prosciutto, pears, sage, brie and arugula. It's delicious with a salad on the side, but also can be served with roasted butternut squash or brussels sprouts to make it a meal. It also happens to be naturally gluten-free and low-carb.I've teamed up with Harry & David with the launch of The Skinnytaste Cookbook, and have some fabulous things planned, so stay tuned! This recipe was created with their Royal Riviera pears exclusively for their blog Field Notes. Please head on over to their blog to…
  • Fig Balsamic Roasted Pork Tenderloin

    21 Oct 2014 | 9:02 am
    This is a great, quick and easy pork tenderloin recipe topped with a sweet & tangy glaze. It's super simple to make with just a few ingredients which is perfect for weeknight cooking.I'm pretty obsessed with Trader Joe's Fig Butter and combined it with some balsamic vinegar to create this glaze. Then I roasted it in the oven for about 25 minutes and served it with these awesome brussels sprouts. If you can't find fig butter, any fruit butter such as apple butter would work great. Click Here To See The Full Recipe...
  • Gluten-Free Lightened Up Banana Nut Bread

    19 Oct 2014 | 10:16 am
    Low-fat, gluten-free banana nut bread made two-ways! My family went bananas for this!!My aunt recently started following a gluten-free diet, and my close friend has Celiac, so lately I've been dabbling more with gluten-free baking. I had a large bunch of over-ripe bananas sitting on my counter and decided to experiment taking my favorite Low-fat Banana Nut Bread Recipe and making it gluten-free. Since the recipe makes two loafs (yes you can halve it if you wish) I thought why not use two different gluten-free flours to see which yields the best results. Not having a ton of experience baking…
  • Spicy Whole Wheat Linguini with Sausage and Roasted Peppers

    15 Oct 2014 | 9:12 am
    If only you could taste how good this dish is! But since you can't, you're going to have to take my word for it. It's everything I love in a meal and it's all ready in about 30 minutes.  I love using spicy chicken sausage to give it a little kick, but if you want to make this mild for your family, simply swap it for sweet Italian.I don't know about you, but for years I tried to like whole wheat pasta and never found a brand that my family would eat. Then last year I discovered DeLallo organic whole wheat pasta and it changed my life. My Italian husband who is pretty picky…
  • Baked Pears with Walnuts and Honey

    14 Oct 2014 | 9:43 am
    Baked pears with cinnamon, honey and walnuts – it doesn't get simpler that this!I had some beautiful ripe Royal Riviera pears on my counter from Harry & David and didn't want to waste them, so I cut them in half, cored them and baked them in the oven this morning. While they baked my kitchen smelled heavenly! They turned out even better than I hoped – I had one for breakfast with a little yogurt, but this would also make a wonderful dessert. Click Here To See The Full Recipe...
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    St.Vincent Bariatrics

  • LifeLines: Week of 10/20/14

    Editorial Staff
    20 Oct 2014 | 7:14 am
    If you’ve been struggling to lose weight, bariatric surgery might be an option you want to consider. These procedures take a big commitment, but the results can be truly life changing. If you’d like to learn more about bariatric surgery or have any questions, you’re invited to join us for one of our free bariatric weight loss seminars. You’ll have the opportunity to speak with an experienced health professional who can give you the answers you’re looking for. In the meantime, be sure to find the latest news about nutrition, fitness and healthy living right here at…
  • Lifelines: Week of 10/13/14

    Editorial Staff
    13 Oct 2014 | 9:10 am
    Bariatric surgery can be an excellent option for people looking to lose a significant amount of weight. These procedures are proven to be safe and effective, and more and more of them are being performed every day across the country. If you think you’re a good candidate for bariatric surgery, you’re invited to attend one of our free bariatric weight-loss seminars where you’ll get the chance to speak with an experienced health professional about all of your questions and concerns. And while you’re here at MyBrandNewLife.org, check out the latest news about healthy living! Whether we…
  • Lifelines: Week of 10/6/14

    Editorial Staff
    6 Oct 2014 | 12:09 pm
    If you think you’re out of options when it comes to losing weight, have you considered bariatric surgery? It’s a safe, effective way to lose weight—but it still takes dedication to get the best results. If you have any questions or concerns about bariatric surgery, you’re invited to attend one of our free bariatric weight-loss seminars where you’ll get the chance to speak with an experienced health professional. And while you’re here, take a look around MyBrandNewLife.org for the latest information about nutrition, exercise, weight loss and healthy living. Looking to take your…
  • LifeLines: Week of 9/29/14

    Editorial Staff
    29 Sep 2014 | 9:17 am
    Bariatric surgery is a big decision—but it can be one of the best decisions you’ll ever make when it comes to your health. If you think you might be interested in bariatric surgery but don’t know where to start, you’re invited to join us for one of our free bariatric weight-loss seminars. It’s a great way to speak with an experienced health professional about all of your questions and concerns related to weight-loss surgery. And while you’re here, be sure to check around MyBrandNewLife.org for the latest news about nutrition, weight loss and healthy living. There’s no…
  • Lifelines: Week of 9/22/14

    Editorial Staff
    22 Sep 2014 | 8:17 am
    If you’re thinking about weight-loss surgery but don’t know where to start, have you considered one of our free bariatric weight-loss seminars? You’ll learn about the different procedures, find out how they might help you and have everything explained in one sitting by a bariatric health professional. While you’re here, have a look around MyBrandNewLife.org for the latest information on bariatric surgery, weight-loss success stories, healthy lifestyle, nutrition and more. As the most-searched-for diet on Google in 2013, the stone-age-inspired Paleo diet continues to attract a lot of…
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    The WannaBuddy Blog

  • Top 10 Signs You Need More Sleep

    15 Oct 2014 | 8:05 pm
    Ah, sleep! We never seem to get exactly the right amount of sleep. Although experts can't agree on how much sleep we should get, the Dr. Oz show recently had some tips on how to tell if you're not getting enough. Here is his Top 10.Read more »Get your articles fresh from the source. Visit http://Blog.WannaBuddy.com WannaBuddy.com -- you can find a buddy at WannaBuddy!
  • These Supplements Might Kill You!

    9 Oct 2014 | 2:30 pm
    Stores everywhere sell pills, powers and shakes that all claim to boost your nutrition, burn fat and build muscle. Many people do not realize that these supplements are only slightly governed by the Federal government. Does that matter? It might, especially if you take a supplement that contains a mystery ingredient that just happens to be dangerous.Read more »Get your articles fresh from the source. Visit http://Blog.WannaBuddy.com WannaBuddy.com -- you can find a buddy at WannaBuddy!
  • 4 Secrets to Restoring Your Energy

    3 Oct 2014 | 1:41 pm
    Dr. Oz is getting older, as are we all. It only makes sense, then, that he talks more and more about maintaining our youth into our golden years. Recently, he proposed four simple ways to restore our energy and vitality.Read more »Get your articles fresh from the source. Visit http://Blog.WannaBuddy.com WannaBuddy.com -- you can find a buddy at WannaBuddy!
  • Another Study Says Drink More Wine!

    18 Sep 2014 | 7:56 pm
    There are been numerous research studies trying to prove (or disprove) the healthful effects of drinking wine. It is easy to see how a glass of wine after a long day can help reduce stress, but can it really help your overall health? A new study seems to take a conservative approach, a reasonable number of volunteers (sign me up!) and a long study period, all in an attempt to show the way for the wine-drinking public. Here's what they found.Read more »Get your articles fresh from the source. Visit http://Blog.WannaBuddy.com WannaBuddy.com -- you can find a buddy at WannaBuddy!
  • Low Carb or Low Fat?

    3 Sep 2014 | 1:31 pm
    Want an easy way to start a fight among diet gurus? Just ask which strategy is better for weight loss and overall health: a low carb or low fat diet? Then stand back and watch those temperatures rise. There must be an answer, right? Finally, a scientific, broadly-based study might just put this controversy to rest. Now, no peeking, which strategy do you think is best?Read more »Get your articles fresh from the source. Visit http://Blog.WannaBuddy.com WannaBuddy.com -- you can find a buddy at WannaBuddy!
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    My Fitness Hut: Build Muscle, Burn Fat, Boost Metabolism, Lose Weight

  • Top 10 Protein Sources Other than Chicken

    22 Oct 2014 | 10:49 am
    By BioTrustTired of eating the same boring grilled chicken breasts day after day? Have no fear.....I'm going to share with you my top 10 protein sources (other than chicken) that are sure to add some much-needed variety in to your weekly meal plan.Here they are, in no particular order:1. Eggs - Eat the whole egg, not just the white. The yolk is actually the most nutrient dense portion of the egg, providing a ton of vitamins and minerals...and it has the benefit of making the egg taste mo' better.2. Shrimp - Grill 'em up, or sautee them in some organic butter or extra virgin olive oil.
  • 7 Odd Metabolism-Boosting Nutrients

    20 Oct 2014 | 7:12 am
    Unusual nutrients that can FIRE-UP your metabolism naturally?by Mike Geary, Certified Personal Trainer and Certified Nutrition SpecialistIf you've read my Fat Burning Kitchen program as well as Truth About 6-Pack Abs program, then you know I point out dozens of "minor" things that can all have small, but cumulative effects on your metabolism and fat-burning efforts.Some of these minor fat-burning factors that I've written about previously are:Use of 'cruciferous' veggies to help fight the xenoestrogens your body is exposed to (that can make stomach fat…
  • 3 Top Vegetables that Burns Abdominal Fat

    17 Oct 2014 | 1:44 pm
    by Mike Geary - Certified Nutrition Specialist, co-author - Fat-Burning KitchenI bet you didn’t know that there is a specific class of vegetables that contain very specific phytonutrients that actually help to fight against abdominal fat.Let me explain what they are and why…First of all, if you’ve already grabbed a copy of my new Fat Burning Kitchen Program then you may already know about how certain chemicals in our food supply and our environment, such as pesticides, herbicides, and certain petrochemicals from household cleaners, cosmetics, etc can act as…
  • Body Fat Burn Alert: 4 Foods Needed for a Flat Stomach

    15 Oct 2014 | 5:48 pm
    There is a saying: “abs are made in the kitchen and not in the gym.”This is so TRUE!  Wouldn’t you agree?As much as exercise helps in the battle of the bulge, fat loss really happens in the kitchen.If you eat a crappy diet, then chances are you’re not going to lose nearly as much fat as you could.What are some good foods to eat?Well…Top Four Flat-Belly FoodsThere are certain foods you should be eating if you want to achieve greater fat loss this year.But, most people don’t eat them.  Why?  For starters, some of the foods on the list below have been shot by the…
  • 7 Smoothies that Improves Health and Weight Loss

    13 Oct 2014 | 11:28 am
    Smoothies are a great way to boost your daily fruits and veggies intake.  Smoothies makes a delicious quick breakfast, a nice refreshing snack, a wonderful healthy dessert or a super post-training drink.  Not only are the flavor combinations infinite, you can prepare different recipes to benefit from specific health components from its ingredients.  One other great thing about smoothies is that to the opposite of simple juices, it keeps all the natural fiber, which helps with cleansing of the digestive tract.  The powerful detox foods that go into it help your liver…
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  • Weight Loss With A Few Great Ideas

    22 Oct 2014 | 5:31 pm
    It can be overwhelming with how much information available. Finding quality information for you can prove to be difficult. This article will fortunately be of great weight loss tips. A great tip to shed some pounds is to do cardiovascular exercises when you wake up before you consume foods. Studies and research show that cardio results in more calorie burning when done early on. TIP! You can still eat your favorite foods while losing weight as long as you pick the versions with less calories. A lot of people stop dieting because they feel deprived of their favorite things. You don’t…
  • Strategies To Achieve The Weight Loss Results You Want

    21 Oct 2014 | 10:56 am
    Losing some weight is very important for the health you feel great and keep you healthy. This is not just something cosmetic like a whitening your teeth whitening.Losing excess weight can mean the difference between living longer and healthier or not. It is daunting and is almost impossible, but with smart and hard work, it is doable. Keep reading to learn about losing weight the right way! If you are looking to lose weight you need to focus on doing mostly cardio exercises.Cardiovascular exercises lead to faster fat burning and pushing your body for energy. Any activity that gets your heart…
  • Try These Tips And Watch The Pounds Melt Away

    20 Oct 2014 | 5:23 am
    Have you tried a million different things to try and workout program out there only to come up empty? This is because most people fall into the same trap as you. Boredom is one of the top reasons that people give up on weight loss. The following article below shows you many beneficial weight loss tips that will help you succeed. Try getting a partner to boost your weight loss journey with you. Weight loss is one of those things that seems to go better with a person to do it with. TIP! A food diary is the best way to stay on top of every thing you put into your body. By being able to see how…
  • Some Clever Weight-Loss Hints

    20 Oct 2014 | 5:23 am
    If you’re part of the millions out there that struggle with weight loss efforts, you might feel sad and helpless. Use this article to beat the bulge back and others like it to lose as much weight off. A calorie consumption journal is a good idea if you lose weight. This helps you cut down on how much food you eat each day and make better choices. Although a good exercise regimen is important, nutrition is still extremely important to drop pounds. TIP! Find someone you know who also wants to lose weight. Many activities are much simpler to do when you do them with someone, and weight…
  • Setting A Goal And Reaching It: Weight Loss Tricks That Work!

    19 Oct 2014 | 4:40 am
    That is why it is very important to lose weight – and maintain the loss to have a healthy life. This advice will assist you in the right direction. A great tip to shed some pounds is to do cardiovascular exercises when you wake up in the morning before eating anything for breakfast. Research has shown that cardio done in this method burns 300 percent more than doing your exercise at some other time of day. TIP! Eat the recommended amount of calories per day based on your height and weight. Any types of starvation diets aren’t good for the body for a variety of reasons. Staying…
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    Roni's Weigh

  • Day 4 of Food Journaling!

    22 Oct 2014 | 6:38 pm
    Well, I’m on day 4 of food journaling in S Health.  I didn’t have any grand plans of restarting my journal but I’m actually enjoying it. There’s just something about that little extra bit of accountability. Especially for someone who tends to turn to food when bored, stressed, happy, sad, whatever. Plus, being home all day makes it really easy for me to eat whenever I want without even realizing it. I think the biggest benefit of food journaling for me is the curbing of the mindless night-time snacking. When you are about to eat something just because and then notice…
  • Food Journaling and More on S Health

    20 Oct 2014 | 6:14 pm
    I’m going on day two of keeping a Food Journal on S Health and I must admit, I really like it! S Health is Samsung’s personal fitness tracker app. You need to purchase wearable accessories to take full advantage of all the features, but the basics available with the phone alone are pretty impressive. Today I used it to track a short run. It stored my location, duration, distance, calories, average speed/pace, maximum speed/pace, elevation and, if I was wearing a heart rate monitor, it could have tracked that as well.  It’s not that different than the Nike+ or RunKeeper.
  • A Wallow-less Weekend!

    19 Oct 2014 | 6:23 pm
    Yesterday was the Baltimore Running festival and I was supposed to run my 6th half marathon as part of my marathon training.  I decided, after much internal debate, not to go. I’ve been seeing a physical therapist for neck pain and tendinitis in my legs and we came to the conclusion it just wasn’t worth it.  As for the full marathon, well, at this point it’s all up in the air. I’m taking it day by day and will start back running short distances this week to see how I feel. With that out of the way I can share my awesome weekend! I decided NOT to wallow in self-pity…
  • The Most Important Thing My Son Has Taught Me

    16 Oct 2014 | 5:33 pm
    When I think about who I was before kids compared to who I am today, the changes are staggering. Maybe some of them just have to do with age but everything from my approach to life to my physical appearance is different. Five years ago I wrote one of my favorite posts called My Motivation Turn Workout Partner when The 9-Year-Old was turning 4 — go a head click and take a peek, the photos alone are worth it. Back then I realized how the changes I was working on myself were directly influencing him. It was easy to see as he mimicked my behaviors like running or parroting back to The…
  • Why Do We Put so Much Pressure on Ourselves?

    15 Oct 2014 | 4:33 pm
    So I haven’t blogged since Monday and even that was more of an opinion post than a personal post.  Normally I rock the personal as it’s the whole reason I started this blog (almost 10 years ago, yikes!). Back then I wanted, no, needed a place to get out of my head when it came to all the crap I was dealing with around losing weight, my body image and overall confidence. There is no denying it has done wonders for me and my wellbeing. Literally, it changed the course of my life! That being said, I can truly say this is the first time in my 10 years of blogging I feel like I walked…
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  • Try To Stomach Warmed Up Pasta To Lose Weight

    20 Oct 2014 | 6:43 am
    Scientists from the BBC have discovered that warming up yesterday’s pasta can help you to manage your weight better. It seems that pasta, the super concentrated, sugar laden, refined carb that is blamed for making so many people fat is now a good food group – so long as you don’t eat it straight away. In Michael Mosley’s latest episode of  Trust Me, I’m a Doctor, he presented findings from a small study that looked at the effect of eating reheated food. Eating freshly cooked pasta is still a bad idea; your body will digest it quickly and your blood sugar levels…
  • Mediterranean Diet Reverses Metabolic Syndrome

    16 Oct 2014 | 7:40 am
    A yummy Mediterranean diet salad Metabolic Syndrome is the name for a set of health conditions that affect as many as one in four adults. The condition is linked with the biggest threats to health today, namely Type 2 diabetes and heart disease. When a person has Metabolic Syndrome they may have high blood pressure, high levels of triglycerides, low HDL cholesterol (the good cholesterol), excess body fat (usually measured by BMI or waist circumference) and high blood glucose levels (blood sugar). Health scientists the world over have been studying the relationship between metabolic syndrome…
  • Children in the UK are abusing laxatives to lose weight

    16 Oct 2014 | 2:13 am
    Senna alexandrina – the plant that Senokot comes from British children are abusing laxative pills in an attempt to lose weight with many taking dozens every day. Stores are selling an unhealthy number of tablets to children and this is causing serious health problems. Laxatives for weight loss? Contrary to popular belief laxatives do not aid fat loss at all – any weight lost is from water loss. Laxatives act on the bowels to forcibly remove waste and it does this by drawing water from the body to loosen stools. The waste in the bowels is the end point of digestion and no further…
  • Death Defying Danny is King of the Mountain (Bike)

    15 Oct 2014 | 6:20 am
    TheRidge is another Danny Macaskill film. In this he climbs up to the Cuillin Ridgeline on his bike (carrying it to the ridge) before descending again. Amazing visuals, amazing riding. For the first time in one of his films Danny climbs aboard a mountain bike and returns to his native home of the Isle of Skye in Scotland to take on a death-defying ride along the notorious Cuillin Ridgeline.   Source: cutmedia1 on YoutTube. The post Death Defying Danny is King of the Mountain (Bike) appeared first on MotleyHealth.
  • BodyRock Sexy Shape Workout

    14 Oct 2014 | 4:24 pm
    A great intro from Zuzana explaining the philosophy of BodyRock. No gym membership required – just follow the workouts at home. Brilliant. The post BodyRock Sexy Shape Workout appeared first on MotleyHealth.
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    Authentically Emmie

  • The Corner Office Dress

    22 Oct 2014 | 9:21 pm
    I’ve praised Poppy & Bloom dresses all over my blog, and today I bring you more effusive praise of the brand. After a brief break for pants, I’m back with another dress. I first saw this dress at Full Figured Fashion Week and couldn’t wait for it to come out. The simplicity of the A-line skirt plus versatility of the 3/4 length sleeves makes this a year-round staple. The classic houndstooth pattern has a little more edge with the pop of teal running through it. Corner Office A-Line Dress in Teal c/o Poppy & Bloom (also in red) Old Navy Leggings Lane Bryant Wedge…
  • Layers and Pants

    17 Oct 2014 | 11:57 am
    I’m wearing PANTS in this outfit post! It’s a miracle! I seriously do not wear many pants – give me skirts and dresses all day, every day. This outfit showed up on my doorstep and I loved the jacket and top, but when I saw pants, I thought “oy vey.” Thanks Lane Bryant for making me eat my words. The pants worked and I love this look. It is professional, yet contemporary and not stuffy, and the pieces are all individually versatile. Embellished Button Back Tee c/o Lane Bryant Houndtooth Moto Jacket c/o Lane Bryant Lena Stretch Slim Pant c/o Lane Bryant Enzo…
  • Transparent Tuesday: Outfits Are Easy

    14 Oct 2014 | 6:47 pm
    Hello and welcome to another edition of #TransparentTuesday! (Imagine I just read that sentence to you in some crazy announcer voice.) During #TransparentTuesday, we remove the rosy filters of social media and share real life.  It’s been a while since I did a #TransparentTuesday post, or any post of real emotional substance for that matter. My “When Life Gives You Lemons” update is about all I can keep referring to at this point – I’ve got a case of teh major life sucks right now. I’m a control freak, and when things are completely and utterly beyond…
  • 1 (Beautiful) Scarf, 3 Ways

    12 Oct 2014 | 11:49 am
    Fall has swiftly moved in my part of the country, and as always this time of year, my wardrobe desires shift from maxi dresses to layers.  Scarves have been one of those things that I think look great on others, but I could never quite figure out how to master. I love how they can turn a basic outfit into something with a little more visual interest. Limited Edition Mermaid Print Bamboo and Wool Scarf c/o Tadashi Shoji Old Navy Tee ASOS Curve Circle Skirt Lane Bryant Wedge Boots This limited-edition mermaid-print scarf by Tadashi Shoji (one of my absolute favorite designers) was exclusively…
  • Fall Maxi + Denim

    28 Sep 2014 | 6:44 pm
    I can’t believe I forgot to post these photos! I was updating my Gwynnie Bee fashion gallery (see my note at the end of this post for a Gwynnie Bee change) and realized that this, one of my favorite fall looks, totally got omitted. Karen Kane Egyptian Diamond Maxi Dress c/o Gwynnie Bee Old Navy denim jacket (old, similar) Munro American Booties Kate Spade bag (old, similar) I love the fall colors and the print. Plus, like all Karen Kane items, they are just so comfortable. I do wish I had worn some taller boots so my ankles aren’t really showing since the dress is above ankle…
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    It Sux To Be Fat

  • Disney Dining with Success

    Jacynta Harb
    19 Oct 2014 | 5:34 pm
    One of the happiest places on the earth can often been the saddest place too. I am talking about the magical Disney World! Many of you have been there and have so enjoyed all the fun, food and festivities! However, It can be a very challenging place to go when you are losing weight. So often we use major trips in life as excuses to GO CRAZY! We eat like there is no tomorrow, but we know tomorrow does come, the trip will end, and we do not live happily ever after when we go off plan. So, when I challenged my Sparkle Peep Allyson to plan to succeed on her Disney family trip over Fall Break,…
  • One Victory at a Time

    Jennifer Swafford
    13 Oct 2014 | 3:06 pm
    Today was a very stressful day.  I woke up very sick last night with stomach issues.  Spent quite a while in the bathroom.  Then, this morning, got up early to do the workout my trainer Larry prescribed.  Felt fine during the workout but then after felt super nauseous. Probably should have made the decision to stay home but today was the first day of our IOWA testing so I suffered through and went to work. The day got better. Thank God. Then, I got the call from our tax guy.  Yes, I know that taxes were due in April.  We filed an extension because we didn’t have our stuff…
  • Keep On Keepin’ On – Weekly Weigh In

    Jennifer Swafford
    2 Oct 2014 | 3:59 pm
    Last week was a good week.  It was not perfect or fabulous or wonderful but it was good.  These days, I will take good. I had big plans on the weekend to get up and workout at 4:45 a.m. every day.  That lasted, one day.  Monday I got up super early and got a good walk in with the hubs! Then, Tuesday, I hit the snooze button.  Then, again on Wednesday.  However, I had a tutoring person cancel so I decided to use that time to come home and go walk.  That was a wonderful walk because it was long and I went with my husband and we have GREAT talks when we walk together.  Plus, working out…
  • Krusteaz Breakfast Night – Giveaway [Closed - Winner Announced]

    Jennifer Swafford
    1 Oct 2014 | 4:35 pm
    I told you all how much I have enjoyed Krusteaz’s baking mixes and how yummy it is to have breakfast for dinner! Since September is officially breakfast month, Krusteaz has offered to give away a ton of fabulous products so you can have breakfast for dinner or anytime!  You can even make October breakfast month if you want! They are hooking you guys up with ALL of the following prizes: Buttermilk Pancake Mix (1) Blueberry Pancake Mix (1) Belgian Waffle Mix (1) Wild Blueberry Muffin Mix (1) Krusteaz coupons for free products SCORE! All you have to do to enter is use the Rafflecopter…
  • Light Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins -Recipe

    Jennifer Swafford
    23 Sep 2014 | 5:20 pm
    Fall is here!  Officially tonight is the first night of fall!  I love fall because it means cozy fires, opening up the windows and doors, no more sweating every time I step outside and covering up in cozy sweaters and fun boots!  As you can tell, I am super excited fall is here! I don’t know about you but fall means pumpkin to me!  I know everyone made a big stinkin’ deal about Starbucks brining back their pumpkin latte.  Then, all the information came out about how fake those are and that this is NO pumpkin in them at all.  You should really just save money and taste and…
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  • For Women Only: Weight Loss Solutions Q & A

    Mark Dilworth - Her Fitness Hut
    21 Oct 2014 | 3:36 pm
    Can you keep the weight loss off? That’s really the sticking point for many people. Well, you came to the right place today…..below are answers to important questions about the FREE For Women Only: Weight Loss Solutions Online Conference: Q1:... (Visited 12 times, 7 visits today) The post For Women Only: Weight Loss Solutions Q & A appeared first on Her Fitness Hut.
  • Prevention’s R3: Andie MacDowell says “I Don’t Diet”

    Mark Dilworth - Her Fitness Hut
    20 Oct 2014 | 12:35 pm
    Andie MacDowell doesn’t diet and looks great. Its proof that not all Hollywood actresses are on some fad diet. Got it? Good. I listened to Andie talk during one of the great sessions at Prevention’s R3 Summit this past weekend... (Visited 140 times, 4 visits today) The post Prevention’s R3: Andie MacDowell says “I Don’t Diet” appeared first on Her Fitness Hut.
  • Good Trans Fats vs. Bad Trans Fats

    Mark Dilworth - Her Fitness Hut
    15 Oct 2014 | 8:13 pm
    Artificial trans fats are one of the most prevalent poisons in our food supply;  but most don’t know that healthy natural trans fats DO exist. by Mike Geary, Certified Nutrition Specialist, Certified Personal Trainer and Cat Ebeling, co-author of Fat-Burning Kitchen... (Visited 19 times, 1 visits today) The post Good Trans Fats vs. Bad Trans Fats appeared first on Her Fitness Hut.
  • How to Eat to Beat Breast Cancer

    Mark Dilworth - Her Fitness Hut
    15 Oct 2014 | 4:35 pm
    By Stephanie Eckelkamp The nutrient that could help cut your risk of a deadly breast cancer Certain foods may help cut your risk of a deadly form of breast cancer by as much as 50%. A diet rich in carotenoids—nutrients... (Visited 12 times, 2 visits today) The post How to Eat to Beat Breast Cancer appeared first on Her Fitness Hut.
  • Have You Been Sugar-Jacked?

    Mark Dilworth - Her Fitness Hut
    14 Oct 2014 | 9:42 am
    I don’t take credit for this awesome phrase: “Our food process has absolutely been sugar-jacked.” –Anne Alexander, Prevention Senior Vice President, Editorial Director So, have you been sugar-jacked? Don’t know? If you are overweight, normal weight obese or obese, you... (Visited 25 times, 1 visits today) The post Have You Been Sugar-Jacked? appeared first on Her Fitness Hut.
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    Hiden scret To lose weight in 2 days

  • How To Relax With Swedish Massage Therapy In San Francisco

    30 Sep 2014 | 9:36 am
    By Allan Bigarda Many alternative medicine techniques provide an assortment of health benefits, including relaxation. Some people schedule chiropractic sessions every week, and other individuals opt for acupuncture. Numerous residents enjoy sessions with a skilled San Francisco Thai massage therapist, which may help to promote health and minimize stress. Such a therapist might offer an array of techniques. A lot of individuals appreciate the massaging technique that is referred to as a Swedish massaging session. This kind of massaging may be regarded as the classic form of this type of…
  • How To Settle With The Best Therapist Sarasota

    30 Sep 2014 | 9:30 am
    By Kerri Stout In the modern life, many people have to deal with stresses being caused by a change in lifestyle. If left unmanaged, these stresses could advance to full blown depression which can be life threatening. To help you deal with your stresses or even depression, you should hire a therapist Sarasota, who will stop at nothing less of making sure you get over your psychological torture as soon as possible. Normally, get the right professional counselor to help you when you have these kinds of problems can be a bit taxing. This is attributed to the fact that, there are so many people in…
  • Austin Chiropractor Provides Relief From Herniated Disc Pain

    30 Sep 2014 | 8:31 am
    By Princess Smith There are numerous problems that might cause a person to get medical care from a professional. People who are interested in alternative medicine that does not employ the same approaches as traditional or conventional medical care might opt for the services of an Austin chiropractor. These professionals can offer relief options for those dealing with the often painful condition of herniated discs. This term is used to describe a problem with one of the rubber cushions, known as discs, between the bones that make up the spine, also called vertebrae. These spinal discs have a…
  • Choosing A Dentist Eugene Oregon

    30 Sep 2014 | 8:20 am
    By Karina Frost When individuals wish to get their mouths under control, they should try to find a professional who can peer at the teeth and determine what needs to be done. With help from a dentist Eugene Oregon residents can schedule an appointment and regain their health in no time at all. With dedication, both minor and major problems can be effectively dealt with. The teeth themselves can get pits in them when they are not taken care of properly. Cavities that are not immediately drilled out, in fact, can present a range of problems. The decay can penetrate to the root of the tooth,…
  • How To Maintain A Beautiful Smile With A Cosmetic Dentist Eugene

    30 Sep 2014 | 8:19 am
    By Karina Frost The art and science combined in dentistry has led to more efficient and effective solutions to achieve and maintain a bright and healthy looking smile. Having the natural state of your teeth impacted by damage, stains, and tooth loss can have a tremendous impact on your esteem and oral function. With services provided by the cosmetic dentist Eugene communities are provided quick tips to aid in maintaining an attractive smile. It is important to rely on the services provided by fully qualified and experienced dentists who can determine suitable intervention to produce aesthetic…
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    Face Android

  • Aplikasi Android Keren Camera 360

    Arief Cahyadin
    7 Oct 2014 | 4:34 pm
    Aplikasi Android keren CAMERA 360 fitur memukau. Bukan saja tampilannya UI yang keren, namun aplikasi buat jepret photo yang satu ini kaya akan fitur modern. Salah satunya kalian bisa memasukkan audio ke dalam photo. Artinya photo yang diambil menggunakan CAMERA 360 ini sekaligus bisa menyimpan suara ketika photo tersebut di ambil, layaknya file video. Sangat menarik bukan?Bukan cuma itu, aplikasi ini juga dilengkapi dengan ratusan bingkai photo yang unik, menarik dan sekaligus sangat keren. Ditambah adanya fasilitas share photo melalui berbagai media sosial langsung dari aplikasi tersebut.
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    Less is More

  • 17 Oct 2014 | 9:31 am

    Hailey Berg
    17 Oct 2014 | 9:31 am
    So as I mentioned in my last post.. I had my post-op appointment last Tuesday. Things did not go as planned. My surgeon informed me they'll keep the catheter drain in for a few more weeks (that was expected). After they take it out, he said there's still a risk the infection could still be lingering & if that's the case, they'll need to go back in & open everything up. A fourth surgery (that was not expected). I was so flabbergasted & caught off guard I didn't even ask the questions I should have. I should have asked why it would even be a possibility to have 4 surgeries. I should…
  • Two weeks post-op

    Hailey Berg
    6 Oct 2014 | 4:40 pm
    Just a quick update--Tomorrow will be two weeks since having my third (and hopefully final surgery) of the year. I have a very busy day scheduled & among that I will have my post-op appointment at 11am. I currently have a catheter in (very, very uncomfortable). I don't think they'll be taking that out. I think they just want to make sure that I'm healing okay and that everything looks as normal as can be. If all goes well, I will have the catheter taken out within the next month/two months. If need be it can stay in for 6 months & I have my fingers, toes & legs crossed that it…
  • 22 Sep 2014 | 4:24 pm

    Hailey Berg
    22 Sep 2014 | 4:24 pm
    SO.. I haven't posted since January. YIKES! I have now realized that I need to blog on a consistent basis. If I don't, then I look back & think about all the things that have happened & could have been sharing & it's way harder to do after the fact. This post is probably going to be a long one because it turns out, I missed out on a lot of things that were blog-worthy! Note to readers: This post may be a little TMI for some people. If you're grossed out easily, you should probably start reading right about now. If you're into gross yet interesting health issues of random people's…
  • ENJOY the journey!

    Hailey Berg
    18 Jan 2014 | 9:10 am
    I was re-organizing my office the other day & found an old notebook that I used when I first started AdvoCare in 2011. I mainly used it to keep track of my weight & my goals. I had completely forgotten about this notebook until I found it hidden in a box with random papers & documents. If there's one thing I need to get better at, it's writing down my goals. Looking at that picture, I was so clear & focused on what I wanted. I knew that if I wrote down what I wanted, I would ultimately succeed. Today I am committing to writing down my goals daily like I did in 2011 because I…
  • 16 Jan 2014 | 11:06 am

    Hailey Berg
    16 Jan 2014 | 11:06 am
    HELLO Day 11! When I said I felt great the other day, I meant it. But today I feel even better. I LOVE day 11 of the 24 day challenge. I'm done with the cleanse & started the "Max Phase" which means I'm back on the vitamins that I love, love, love. The only time I'm not taking these vitamins is when I'm doing a cleanse. They really help with appetite control & energy & you just feel overall great. I can't explain it, you just have to try it to know what I mean. I also started a new eating regimen today. I'm sure that's part of the reason why I'm feeling so great. It's very similar…
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  • Ultimate weight loss with Garcinia Cambogia

    Chelsea Patrick
    10 Oct 2014 | 3:55 pm
    We love it when new amazing discoveries are made in regards to weight loss. Very recently, a new discovery started getting massive attention – even from Dr. Oz himself. Sure, you can’t believe everything you hear or see on TV, but this is something you should really be paying attention to and it’s called Garcinia […]
  • 3 Key Reasons Why We’re Liking Sun Warrior Vegan Protein Powders

    22 Sep 2014 | 8:53 pm
    If you want to ensure you have a healthy digestive system and a healthy heart, it’s becoming increasingly clear that you have to include plenty of high-quality protein in your diet. There have been reports and studies that show adding quality, plant-based proteins to your diet can alleviate irritable bowel syndrome and many other health […]
  • Benefits You Can Expect with the Paleo Diet

    15 Aug 2014 | 1:44 pm
    We like to cover a variety of diets and options here at AlivebyNature, but today we’re specifically recommending the Paleo diet. While it’s become immensely popular over recent years, there are many different reasons why people choose to live this lifestyle. It’s easy to say that everyone who does agrees on one thing: when you […]
  • The Paleo Dieters Best Friend

    15 Aug 2014 | 1:21 pm
    The Paleo Dieters Best Friend isn’t the rabbit food looking pellets in the picture. It is the wood pellet grills that burn those pellets. Many people haven’t even heard of the wood pellet grills but they are gaining huge popularity. As popular as they are with the professional grillers, they are a HUGE BOON for […]
  • Disclaimer

    14 Aug 2014 | 12:39 pm
    “No two people are alike, and results from taking any supplement will likely vary from person to person” The statements and products referred to throughout this site have not been evaluated by the FDA. They are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease or condition. If you have a health condition or concern, […]
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    Full Plate Living

  • Lose Weight without Counting Calories

    Kyle Young
    16 Oct 2014 | 10:00 pm
    This morning, I watched a video on a major news website. The headline promised I’d learn what it really takes to lose weight. “Hmm,” I thought. (I’m a deep thinker, you see.) Here’s what the video suggested: Count and track all the calories you eat for a week. Then subtract 500 to 1000. Finally, just stay under that limit for the rest of your life, counting and tracking every day to ensure compliance. Sounds fun, right? Maybe…if you’re the Count from Sesame Street.
  • A Secret Ingredient for Making a One-Minute High Fiber and Protein Rich Breakfast Treat

    Amanda Martin
    15 Oct 2014 | 1:21 pm
    It’s time for a pop quiz. (It’s the professor in me.) Questions: Why does Full Plate Living recommend starting your day with high fiber? What food category has the highest amount of fiber?And just to show you what a good professor I am, here are the answers.
  • How to Lose Weight Without Exercising

    Amy Hanus
    10 Oct 2014 | 10:51 am
    When a sailboat is sinking in the movies, you see people scooping up water in buckets and throwing it overboard. But that doesn’t usually work because the water comes in too fast. Picture weight loss. Your body is taking in thousands of calories every day. Going to the gym may help you scoop out a few hundred. But for long term weight loss, you need to patch the holes in your diet using high fiber foods.
  • 3 Steps for Lowering Your Blood Pressure

    Lonnie Carbaugh
    10 Oct 2014 | 10:33 am
    I couldn’t believe it. My doctor had put me on blood pressure medication! When I asked how long I’d have to take the pills, he said, “The rest of your life.” Once home, I grudgingly took the tiny pink pill and slumped into my chair. I was 29 years old. There was no way I was going to take those pills for the rest of my life. How did I get to this point? The answer wasn’t hard to discover. In two years I’d put on 40 pounds. Thanks to a new job I went from a very active life to a very sedentary life, and now it was catching up with me.
  • A Week of Weight-Loss-Friendly Dinners for Under $35

    Amanda Martin
    1 Oct 2014 | 1:02 pm
    Do you think it’s more expensive to eat healthfully?There are a number of opinions out there regarding the expense of a healthy lifestyle. But Aldi has become one of my favorite grocery stores for helping my family stick to a budget while we focus on putting good foods into our bodies.Aldi offers a good range of staple products, including steel cut oats and brown rice. It sells dry and canned beans. And the fresh produce is actually ready to be eaten the week I buy it.
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  • Top 21 Artery Cleansing Foods

    Anna White
    8 Oct 2014 | 11:34 am
    Good health starts with what we put in our bodies. Good food equals good health and when we make the concerted effort to make good choices with what we eat we lay the foundation for a longer, happier, healthier life. The following foods are the top twenty one foods to help cleanse your arteries and help your circulation, and your body, to work the very best it can. 1. Avocados Avocados are an excellent source of many important nutrients and vitamins. They also contribute to a drop in LDL (the bad cholesterol) and an increase of HDL (good cholesterol). In addition, studies have found that over…
  • 15 Breakfast Mistakes That Cause Weight Gain

    Anna White
    24 Sep 2014 | 2:19 pm
    The first meal of the day can be a stumbling block to those who are seeking to lose weight. Start your day off on the right foot by avoiding these fifteen breakfast mistakes that cause weight gain. 1. Making Breakfast the Smallest Meal Science Daily reports that, according to research done at Tel Aviv University, making breakfast the largest meal of your day helps fight not only obesity, but also disease. Because the first meal jump starts your metabolism, people who eat a large breakfast are more likely to lose weight than people who eat a large dinner. Avid Hills/Flickr 2. Eating Before…
  • Top 20 Weight Loss Transformations Of August 2014

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

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

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

  • Using Positive Thinking For Weight loss

    8 Oct 2014 | 1:29 am
    Turn those negative thoughts into positive thinking for weight loss. People do not realize the effects that positive thinking can have on their weight loss success. When you are trying to lose weight and you take on a negative attitude, it can cause you to sway away from your goals, overeat and skip meals or exercise. The power of positive thinking for weight loss can actually increase your energy and motivate you to push harder. Positive thinking and weight loss go hand in hand. Negative thoughts can hinder weight loss, and make it nearly impossible to reach your goals. Continuously beating…
  • What is a Meal Replacement Shake?

    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

    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

    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?

    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…
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    The Diet Expert

  • 6 Good Things About Being Overweight

    Tomas J
    13 Oct 2014 | 12:00 am
    Yes, obesity can have a variety of harmful effects on your health – such as diabetes and heart diseases. But let’s not forget about the positive effects of being overweight. That’s right! Having a Body Mass Index (BMI) above 25 is not all bad, and this is why: 1. Easier to Keep Warm on a […]
  • Don’t forget to sleep! – 10 Tips for a Good Night’s Rest

    Tomas J
    6 Oct 2014 | 3:43 pm
    As we all know, eating nutritious food and staying away from bad foods – for example refined sugar and trans-fats – is very important if you want to stay healthy and sound. As most of us know, regular exercise is also crucial for maintaining a healthy body composition and avoiding various medical complications. But what many […]
  • How to Lose Weight with a Green Tea Diet Plan

    Tomas J
    29 Sep 2014 | 12:00 am
    Green tea has been around for thousands of years and has been brewed as a beverage, as well as for medicinal purposes, throughout the ages. Not only does it taste great, it also benefits your health! Research has shown that it has powerful naturally occurring elements that may inhibit cancer cells, lower cholesterol, help regulate […]
  • What Should I Eat to Achieve My Ideal Body Composition? [Guest Post]

    Tomas J
    22 Sep 2014 | 12:00 am
    Nowadays, people are becoming more health-conscious. The consumer demand for healthy food options is increasing. No wonder why we can see salad listed in menus almost everywhere, even your favorite fast food chain that is known for its juicy cheeseburger is throwing in some greens in order to fit in. While all these changes are […]
  • How to Use Enemas for Weight Loss

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

  • Facts About Kawasaki Engine Rebuild

    22 Oct 2014 | 8:35 am
    By Jocelyn Davidson The most imperative piece of any auto happens to be the engine. This is the thing that guarantees whether the auto will have the capacity to cover the miles and whether it will serve you longer. One ought to in this manner guarantee that this part is in the best required state and it runs without hitches. In the event that an auto is out of administration, you ought to consider Kawasaki engine rebuild. Execution is the only thing that matters concerning this a piece of any auto or bike. In this manner, one ought to guarantee that it is constantly in a decent condition to…
  • Things To Take Note Of Before Getting B12 Shots

    20 Oct 2014 | 1:43 pm
    By Jocelyn Davidson Your weight has always been something that you have been stressing yourself about for years. The efforts that you have exerted all these past times seems to have gone down the drain as you still have not achieved the look that you were aiming for. You still have those flab that you have been dying to lose. This has led you to thinking that going for the extremes might not be so bad at all. Some people have been getting injections that are supposed to help them gain the goals that they were hoping to achieve. For instance, there are those b12 shots miami. They could be…
  • All That One Needs To Know About Atv Carburetor Rebuild Kits

    17 Oct 2014 | 3:11 pm
    By Elsa Noel These types of goods are usually introduced with different designing. You are always advised to acquire that kind of product that seems to be more admirable than the others. The product should as well service you for a longer time. These goods were designed differently so as to ensure that individuals are able to acquire atv carburetor rebuild kits of their own preference. Many people have different tastes and preferences when it comes to selecting the best product. The market of these commodities is also made up of different products. This entails you to choose the best products…
  • How A Bakersfield Chiropractic Office Can Help Ameliorate Low Back Pain

    17 Oct 2014 | 9:24 am
    By Clayton Lafromboise When people wish to get rid of lower back discomfort that has plagued them for many years, traditional medical techniques are nor likely to work. By visiting a skilled Bakersfield CA chiropractor, patients will surely be impressed with the assistance. Professionals have specific methods for treating pain in this portion of the body. Adjustments are most often used when a pinched nerve is determined to be the problem. These nerves can be pressed against other bodily tissues, which will irritate the nerve and cause numbness or even discomfort. Adjustments will gently…
  • Learning How Nutrition Affects Well Being From A Tallahassee Chiropractor

    16 Oct 2014 | 3:17 pm
    By Princess Allice Chiropractic care is unlike traditional and conventional medical practices in a lot of ways. In fact, it is known as a form of alternative medicine in that it utilizes a less common approach to healing and overall well-being. A Tallahassee chiropractor, such as Dr. Atkinson, is available to help clients learn more about nutrition and also receive healing through more natural and non-invasive methods. Information is important when it comes to good health, nutrition and overall well-being. Many do not know how the body functions and what all it requires. This is why they…
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    LAP Band Surgery

  • LAP Band Surgery Insurance

    22 Oct 2014 | 10:40 pm
    From recent studies it is found that the average time for completion of lap band surgery is three years including studying, reading and talking about surgery, procedure for conducting surgery and then post surgery appointments and sittings.
  • Medical Conditions for LAP Band Surgery Insurance

    22 Oct 2014 | 10:40 pm
    Many of the insurance companies give insurance cover based on whether or not the patient meets the medical criteria set by National Institutes of Health (NIH). Some of the recommendations made for lap band surgery patients by NIH are:
  • Recovery Plan for LAP Band Surgery

    22 Oct 2014 | 10:40 pm
    Time taken by the patient under lap band surgery for losing weight depends on the commitment and life style of patient. After lap band surgery, maximum no. of patients prefer weight loss at home but some prefer two or three days in hospital.
  • LAP Band Surgery

    22 Oct 2014 | 10:40 pm
    This website is a complete guide of LAP Band Surgery which is the most effective and desirable weight loss procedure in USA. Also find information on LAP band surgery cost and diet.
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    Fast Lose Weight Tips

  • The Weight Lifting Tips

    7 Oct 2014 | 11:59 am
    The Weight Lifting TipsWeight lifting tips is incredibly imperative for getting the most benefit from your workout. Furthermore; it will in like manner reduce the shots of supporting a bona fide debilitating mischief. The key weight lifting tip is to warm up before starting your workout. Do warm up at any rate for five to ten prior minute starting in light of the fact that it is greatly essential for cardio vascular vessel to get the blood streaming.One more weight lifting tip, which is positively basic before weight lifting, is to augment all your muscles. It is always better regardless…
  • When Trying to Lose Weight, Don’t Forget to Exercise

    1 Feb 2014 | 2:41 pm
    When Trying to Lose Weight, Don’t Forget to Exercise.A startling detail has been coursing over the Internet. This detail guarantees that a large portion of every one of the individuals who need to get in shape don't work out. While this may appear psyche boggling from the beginning, it is not by any means astounding, when you stop to consider what American society has ended up. In the beginning of the republic, the greater part of Americans did hard work on homesteads. They were utilized to practice amid their ordinary workday, so they consumed extensive suppers with a specific end…
  • What is 5:2 Fast Diet?

    28 Jan 2014 | 9:09 am
    What is5:2 Fast Diet?On the off chance that you are somebody who has attempted and neglected to shed pounds, or you've shed additional pounds, just to heap them once again on again – this is the eating regimen for you. The 5:2 Day Diet is a shiny new, research-based methodology to weight reduction. This is a straightforward eating regimen where you will quick for two days for every week took after by consuming as ordinary for the extra five. And in addition the clear purpose behind deciding to eating methodology you can enhance your wellbeing essentially by cutting dangers of sort 2…
  • How To Triple Your Fat Loss Workout Results In Half The Time… Or Less!

    27 Jan 2014 | 3:29 pm
    How To Triple Your Fat LossWorkout Results In Half The Time… Or Less!article by Rob Poulos, Author, Fat Burning FurnaceWould you like to know how to triple the results you get from your fat smoldering workouts? In a fraction of the time? On the other hand less? Alright, I concur, that is a senseless inquiry. Obviously you would! So in the event that you by one means or another figure out how to complete this whole article, a close supernatural occurrence in today's universe of data over-burden, you'll have the capacity to do simply that! Presently this may come as a…
  • How to End Constipation?

    27 Jan 2014 | 3:22 pm
    How to End Constipation?Yuri Elkaim, BPHE, CK, RHN & Amy Coates, RHN, BSc.Constipation is a big problem in the western world.According to the medical community, constipation is defined as having 1 bowel movement every 2 to 3 days. But as holistic health care professionals, we know that's absolute nonsense!For optimal health, you should be passing 2-3 bowel movements each day! Anything less is considered constipation. If you've ever had a colon cleanse, good for you. If not, you need to read the following important information regarding constipation and colon health.What Causes…
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  • Are You Dating and Dieting?

    Kelly Johnson
    22 Oct 2014 | 12:52 am
    Socialising in general is pretty difficult when you’re on a diet, round every corner is the opportunity to pig out. Adding dating into that equation can often be a recipe for disaster. Let’s be honest, most dates do tend to revolve around food, but that shouldn’t get in the way of you finding a potential partner. Diets can force you, and your potential date, to think outside the box. Be creative and think of some fun, healthy solutions to this common problem. Here are a few ways you can keep things on track: Just go for a drink. We aren’t talking about the alcoholic…
  • JH Bodyfire Hades

    Kelly Johnson
    21 Oct 2014 | 11:00 pm
    The official website for JH Bodyfire Hades boldly states ‘Shred the Man- Reveal the God’. This a huge claim about the strength of this product, which is endorsed by England Rugby player James Haskell. We take a look to see if JH Bodyfire Hades is as good as the claims suggest. JH Bodyfire Hades Pros WADA approved Generally positive reviews No side effects reported in reviews JH Bodyfire Hades Cons High in caffeine No ingredient quantities provided Unclear returns policy and no money back guarantee Watchdog Rejected Diet Pills JH Bodyfire Hades Review JH Bodyfire Hades Facts…
  • Mega T review

    Watchdog Editor
    21 Oct 2014 | 7:39 am
    Could you review Mega T Green Tea supplement? The post Mega T review appeared first on .
  • Can Pumpkin Help You Lose Weight?

    Kelly Johnson
    21 Oct 2014 | 2:12 am
    With Halloween fast approaching, you can’t escape the beloved pumpkin, but it shouldn’t only have a place in your life when it comes to Halloween decor. This nutritious squash could help support your health goals. Pumkins are pretty low in calories and will keep you fuller for longer, as they are nutrient dense. Most low calorie foods don’t have the same sort of filling effect, as we all know too well. When concentrating on weight loss, high fibre foods are an important aspect. The pumpkin is high in fibre and will help keep your digestive system running smoothly. One cup of…
  • Trim Secrets

    Kelly Johnson
    20 Oct 2014 | 11:00 pm
    Trim Secrets is the product of a collaboration between Michelle Mone, the entrepreneur who created the Ultimo Lingerie company, and Professor Jan de Vries, a pharmacist turned naturopath. De Vries spent 5 years developing Trim Secrets, and Michelle Mone lost 6 stone whilst using the product, but does it stand up to our high standards? We take a look at Trim Secrets to see if it is a viable diet pill. Trim Secrets Pros Some clinical evidence to support some ingredients, caffeine and Sinetrol Lots of success stories on website No reported side effects Trim Secrets Cons Unknown ingredient…
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    Fast Fat Loss Online

  • Best Weight Loss Belt Review

    Fast Fat Loss
    10 Oct 2014 | 4:32 pm
    If you’ve seen the new weight loss belt that has been all over television then you’re likely wondering if they actually work. And which one works best since there are more than just a few now. In fact, you can choose from many weight loss belts that are on the market today. This article will look at how these belts work and which one of these belts work best. How does a Weight Loss Belt Work? Weight loss belts come in many different forms but they all generally work the same. There are two types of weight loss belts although only one is reviewed here. One type of belt contains…
  • What Type of Bra Should I Use While Dancing and Exercising?

    Fast Fat Loss
    5 Oct 2014 | 2:29 pm
    Dancing is fun and can help you stay fit and healthy. However, if you are a female, your breasts are bound to sweat a lot when you exercise or move vigorously. You certainly want to be comfortable while you dance. You also want to keep your skin healthy. So, it is important that you wear the right kind of bra when out dancing. What Type of Bra Should I Use While Dancing and Exercising? First, you need to consider what dress you will be wearing when you dance. Demi sports bras go with low neckline dresses. This type of bra stays hidden under your dress no matter how aggressive the dance moves…
  • Healthy Meals Kids Can Take to School

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

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

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

  • Do I Have to Cook To Benefit From The Paleo Diet?

    Paula King
    21 Oct 2014 | 8:53 am
    This is really the best deal on the Paleo diet. This product walks you step by step through the Paleo diet and lifestyle. You can get it now at 80% off and it includes five free bonus books ! This is a question I hear all the time. I will tell you right up front that the answer is no, but it helps. I am not the worlds best cook or baker and in fact I started the Paleo diet with a bare minimum of cooking or baking.  It is possible to benefit from Paleo without cooking. You can actually buy Paleo meals ready to go from some meal suppliers. You could eat only raw uncooked foods, however for…
  • Review of the Movie “Fed Up”

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

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

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

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

  • Tip Of The Day: You Can Lose That Weight Now!

    18 Oct 2014 | 3:43 pm
    When you want to lose weight, you can be tempted to rush out and spend money on the latest supplement or fad. However, it really is the basic tips that have always worked and still do. Read this article for some useful tools to help you lose weight permanently. You can have your favorite foods when they are intentionally made to include less calories. Hunger and cravings for specific foods cause many people to abandon their diet plans. You are able to still eat the best foods by purchasing reduces-calorie alternatives. They will prevent you from feeling deprived and still help you lose…
  • How To Lose Weight Without All The Stress

    11 Oct 2014 | 10:42 pm
    Whether you have tried losing weight many times or this is the first attempt you are making, prepare for a long battle. If you want victory, you must learn the rules. You will learn how to lose weight with this article. Workout while you’re talking on the phone. When you are talking on the phone, move around to burn calories. You don’t have to engage in heavy exercise. Just move around and the calories burned will add up. Exercising is important to any weight loss regimen. It takes less exercise than many think to keep weight at a healthy level. People feel they don’t have…
  • Successful Tips To Help You Melt The Pounds Away!

    11 Oct 2014 | 11:30 am
    Health needs to be one of your top priorities. Excess weight is extremely detrimental to your health. When you lose weight, you will probably live longer, vastly improving the quality of your life. It won’t be easy; however, the information presented below will help you succeed. When trying to cut fat, incorporate an exercise regimen. If you have some money and the time, consider joining a gym. Other excellent exercise alternatives are Pilates, jogging, walking, or Zumba. Consult your doctor before starting a program if you have underlying health concerns. There are many exercises that…
  • You Can Reach The Weight Of Your Dreams

    4 Oct 2014 | 10:21 pm
    Shedding extra pounds may seem impossible, but it needn’t. Use the tips outlined below so that your weight loss dreams can come true. There are many techniques that you can implement to lose weight. You must be consuming enough calories daily in order to properly shed those extra pounds. Starving yourself is very unhealthy for a lot of reasons. That is because when your body does not have food to nourish it, your metabolism will slow down in order to hold on to the fat in your body as fuel. This type of “diet” also leads to binge eating and a sure way to gain the weight back…
  • Health, Happiness & Weight Loss Start With Smart Choices

    27 Sep 2014 | 9:56 pm
    There are a lot of things you can do to lose weight, and many people have tried these methods. This article is going to give you advice so you can do well at this. Different things work for different people. Have a partner help you out when trying to lose weight. A lot of things, including weight loss, are much easier when you have someone doing it with you. A buddy can help to motivate you and to spur on friendly competition and camaraderie, which adds fun to any activity. Start every supper with a salad. A salad is great for making you feel full due to the high fiber content, and it does…
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    Wellington Anti Aging

  • How Alcohol Affects Your Skin

    15 Oct 2014 | 9:26 am
    The relationship between skincare and alcohol On the list of things that can wreak havoc on your skin, alcohol is at the very top. When you drink alcohol it takes hydration from your body and can result in redness, bloating and dryness in place. Additionally, the antidiuretic hormone vasopressin will not be produced in adequate quantities and your kidneys will have to work harder to remove…
  • Get Youthful Looking Skin

    13 Oct 2014 | 6:35 am
    All About Retinoids Retinoids have been an active ingredient anti-acne and anti-aging skin care products for many years. These are related to Vitamin A in chemical composition and are highly potent at fighting acne, hyper-pigmentation and signs of aging. How do retinoids work? Retinoids work by accelerating the turn-over rate of surface skin cells. In other words, the…
  • 7 Superfoods To Add To Your Diet Right Now!

    3 Oct 2014 | 7:38 am
    Enhance your health with food You are what you eat! When you add a selection of fresh fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean protein and healthy fats into your diet, you are obtaining the best nutrition and reducing your chance of developing a range of serious conditions such as heart disease and cancer. Of course, among the many delicious good food out there are superfoods that…
  • What You Should Know About Body Wraps

    26 Sep 2014 | 8:04 am
    Slimming down with body wraps If you have visited a spa recently, you may have noticed just how popular body wraps are. Often employing various herbs with different properties to promote weight loss, moisturizing and detoxification, body wraps are all the rage. Understanding the way that body wraps work is a great way to make sure that you get what you want when…
  • How Do Antioxidants Work?

    12 Sep 2014 | 8:15 am
    Why all the fuss over antioxidants? Antioxidants have gained a great deal of attention over the past few years. Nowadays, foods that are rich in antioxidants come highly recommended as parts of various health routines and diets. These are exceptionally popular for…
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    Quitting Is Never An Option

  • Two for One

    21 Oct 2014 | 7:26 pm
    Well, I suppose you were all wondering if I dropped off the face of the earth.  I have to admit, I’ve been wondering the same thing.  Things have been very hectic, in a good way, getting started with my new job and I have not been doing a good job of juggling my time.  So a beautiful Saturday morning seemed like the perfect time to sit down and catch-up with my readers. All is well.  I have been following the Weight Watchers Simple Start plan for the last two weeks and have been pleasantly surprised at how much easier it is than the first time I tried it back in the Spring.  I think my…
  • Round and Round

    8 Oct 2014 | 5:00 pm
    I enjoy a good amusement park ride as much as the next person but I have to be honest and tell you I am not enjoying the merry-go-round I have been on for so long!  I guess in some ways it is more like a roller coaster ride but somehow the merry-go-round analogy seems more appropriate because I often feel like I am just moving in a circle, over and over again. I was crushed to find I was up 3.6 lbs. on Friday.  This circular cycle of gaining and losing the same 5 lbs. over and over is exhausting.  I am feeling like I am at my wit’s end and the frustration is overwhelming at times.
  • Weigh Late

    2 Oct 2014 | 9:05 am
    I cannot believe that I am almost an entire week late in reporting my weigh-in to you.  Time flies when you are busy and for the last six days, I have planned to get my post done and then life has happened and I haven’t gotten it done.  I’m here now though! You know what’s really funny?  Last week was actually very good so you would think that I would have made the time to report to you…but sometimes things are just a little too hectic. I am happy to tell you that I was down 2 lbs. last week!  Of course, I don’t really know why as I didn’t do anything different from the week…
  • Happy Anniversary

    25 Sep 2014 | 7:00 am
    It is hard for me to believe, but this week marks the three-year anniversary of starting my weight loss journey.  In some ways it feels like it has only been a few months and in other ways it seems like a lifetime ago.  When I look at all that has happened in my life in those three short years, it’s actually pretty incredible and it makes me extremely happy and proud to look at how far I have come. I walked into Weight Watchers on September 23, 2011 feeling like I was at the end of my rope (physically and emotionally) and knowing that I needed to make some drastic changes in my life.  I…
  • Ride the Wave

    20 Sep 2014 | 7:00 am
    I hope everyone had a great week.  I am working on getting back to a more regular posting schedule and hopefully you will see that in the next few weeks.  I have had so much going on lately, but it has all been good.  Now things are starting to settle down a bit and I am falling back into a regular schedule.  All of the “busyness” has been good stuff including birthday celebrations and even landing a dream job. All of the “good” in my life has reminded me that there are so many other wonderful things to focus on other than my weight loss goal and that even if the scale does not…
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  • Foods That Will Kill Your Metabolism

    17 Oct 2014 | 10:00 am
    I have a true story of an overweight family member started a fitness regime for 30 days and failed to lose even one pound of weight. He looked at their food intake closely for 30 days straight, exercised five days a week at the YMCA and is active in swimming, running and weightlifting. After 30 days of complete frustration, a meeting was scheduled with a nutritionist for help. The nutritionist told her that her body did not burn carbohydrates and suggested a diet low in carbohydrates, which include protein-rich foods He was limited to just 50 grams of carbs and 1900 calories per day. In just…
  • What Time Should You Eat To Lose Weight Effectively?

    17 Oct 2014 | 3:53 am
    If you only follow the diet without a scientific diet and timely will be difficult for you to lose weight. Nutritionists say that if you have a meal on time, effectively lose weight and take care of you. This is even more important than the reduction of fatty foods Build a schedule for eating on time can give you great health 7:00 Breakfast Breakfast with protein foods will help you feel full longer get less hunger and appetite snacks, supporting weight loss effectively. Eating cereal in the morning also helps maintain bowel function. At breakfast, you should eat oatmeal powder and yogurt. 10…
  • How to Lose Belly Fat for Officers

    9 Oct 2014 | 1:00 pm
    How to lose belly fat for agents A big question for many women To solve this problem, we will implement the scheme following logic. *Grab a hearty breakfast at home The agents generally used to eat on the way to work always in a hurry with a loaf of dry bread. Eating breakfast quickly increases the chance of gaining weight and affect your health. Therefore, we will ensure that you have a hearty breakfast at home, if you know how to organize your time, you can cook a delicious breakfast. Cooking at home helps you to be more active in the choice of food and use less oil and grease, or relax…
  • Extreme Weight Loss Diet - Not For The Faint Of Heart

    9 Oct 2014 | 10:12 am
    The meaning of the word extreme as negative or positive? I guess it depends on the point of view of the person Anyway, all that is extreme should last a short time. Something that is kept is very exciting when it is short-lived and rarely they occur. Extreme weight loss diet should be kept within these limits. The extreme weight loss diets are considered a good starting point to a normal diet. Particular attention must be used to determine how much time should follow a weight loss extreme diet Extreme weight loss diets are effective? The answer is yes An extreme form of eating usually…
  • 11 Ways to Make Your Life More Active

    5 Oct 2014 | 3:59 pm
    Life can go wrong from time to time it may be difficult to get a full blown workout every day, but there are lots of little ways you can stay active in everyday life Even if you are not breaking a sweat, there are still great benefits to get a little extra movement. Training 1 job Exercise at work can be a great way to help energize you throughout the day. Even these micro-workouts can increase heart rate slightly and serve less cardio. In addition to the exercises I described in this because there are many other ways that you can get some exercise during your 8 hour day 1- Take the stairs as…
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  • How to Lose Belly Fat with Diet

    13 Oct 2014 | 4:17 pm
      One of the keys to living longer is to achieve and maintain a healthy weight.  Moreover, it has been shown many times that people who live longer than average have a smaller waist. This is why it is important to not only be cognizant of how much you weigh and what shape your love handles are in, but how big your waist line is also. I’ve given some tips to lose belly fat before here at weight loss tricks.   We all know excess body fat is unappealing but it also unhealthy and unsightly. They stomach is an important region of the body because it houses many of your most important…
  • Mastering the cardio game

    27 Sep 2014 | 2:35 pm
    Cardio Matters When a doctor asks you what you do for exercise you’ll notice he’ll be quite indifferent to your yoga, weight lifting and Pilates. He only cares about your cardiovascular health.  Heart disease is the number one cause of death in America.  It kills more than cancer and Aids combined and doesn’t get half the coverage or research funding.  Cardio training is super important and if you aren’t doing it you’ll be doing it one day during your radioactive cardiac stress test when your doctor is trying to figure out the source of your chest pains.  If you aren’t…
  • 3 Steps to rediscovering your motivation

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

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

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

  • Healthy Menus In Fast Food Restaurants And Your Diet

    Tony Kay
    16 Oct 2014 | 4:40 am
    Are The Healthy Menus In Fast Food Restaurants Actually Helping Your Diet And Healthy Living? An analysis of the healthy choice menus and healthy dieting tips for healthy living. You have decided that you’re going to begin a healthy diet plan by eating healthy menus. Your kitchen is arrayed with fresh vegetables, fruits, and vitamins as part of your healthy lifestyle. Breakfast and lunch are fairly easy. In your desire to live healthy, you prefer to have a  couple of yogurt in the morning with some fruit or small salad for lunch. However, as you have a family and a modern lifestyle,…
  • Get Rid of These Weight Loss Diet Mistakes

    Tony Kay
    25 Sep 2014 | 3:47 am
    Get free updates on new Articles Here Your effort to lose weight fast is being pulled back by these diet mistakes If you have been on a weight loss diet for a while without seeing any change when you stand on the scales, there could be a number of reasons. One of the reasons could be that some components of your diet plan could be letting you down. To lose weight quickly and make it permanent, you should be aiming at losing more calories than you take in. This can happen if you are aware of the amount of calories you are taking in and getting rid of. This, often, could be very difficult to…
  • 7 False Beliefs Affecting Your Effort To Lose Weight Quickly

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

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

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

  • Healthy Dessert Recipes With Mango

    Sport News
    16 Oct 2014 | 10:09 am
    Healthy Dessert Recipes With Mango : Jamaican Curried Shrimp and Mango Soup   Transport yourself to the islands with this Jamaican-inspired soup, choked with recent shrimp and sweet mangoes. we tend to precious this soup with regular boughten flavoring, however if you happen to own Jamaican-style flavoring, that includes a hint of allspice, this is often an excellent place to use it. Serve with brown basmati or shrub rice with sliced pineapple for sweet.Makes: four servings, concerning a pair of cups everyTo prepare a Healthy Dessert Recipes With Mango Active Time: forty…
  • Chipotle-Glazed Roast Chicken with Sweet Potatoes

    Sport News
    13 Oct 2014 | 6:03 am
        Many people have every day off work on the second weekday of Gregorian calendar month. They usually use the three-day Thanksgiving weekend to go to family or friends World Health Organization live far-flung, or to receive them in their own homes. many folks conjointly prepare a special meal to erode some purpose throughout the long weekend. historically, this enclosed roast turkey and seasonal turn out, like pumpkin, corn ears and pecan loony. Now, the meal could comprises alternative foods, significantly if the family is of non-European descent.The Thanksgiving weekend is…
  • 2 Ways to Turn Your Favorite Snack Bars Into Dessert

    Sport News
    6 Oct 2014 | 12:51 pm
       When you admit your favorite nutrition and snack bars you almost certainly assume go-to bites come back afternoon. (A little boring, right?) however before you banish your favorite cold cereal bars to your table drawer, grasp this: These tasty, alimental snacks is utilized in a full new—and far more exciting—way once you permit the workplace.In fact, you'll serve them up to form your favorite fare (yep, we have a tendency to mean dessert!) healthier and tastier. the great news? The recipes area unit super easy. Here, we have a tendency to collected 5 concepts for reworking…
  • 5 Healthy Pumpkin Recipes

    Sport News
    4 Oct 2014 | 4:37 pm
      I’m pretty pumpkin obsessed. I purchase willned pumpkin year spherical therefore I can frequently whomp up pumpkin smoothies, and that i sprinkle pie spice onto variant things, as well as oatmeal, sweet potatoes, and warm fruit. The season merely isn’t long enough to satisfy my passion for pumpkin.Shaky Science: Why force Programs do not Work NBC NewsNo Sign Ebola hemorrhagic fever Has unfold within the U.S., officers Say NBC NewsOusted Haitian Dictator 'Baby Doc' Duvalier Dies at sixty three NBC NewsA glance in any respect the pumpkin-inspired merchandise striking low…
  • Green Coffee Bean Weight Loss Study

    Sport News
    29 Sep 2014 | 12:56 pm
      Texas-based Applied Food Science is asked by the Federal Trade Commission to pay $3.5 million to settle deceptive weight-loss claims criticismJust because an organization touts a “clinical study” that it says proves its product works doesn’t mean you ought to believe it. particularly once it involves weight loss. build that particularly once it involves weight loss and inexperienced low extract.On Monday, the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) settled allegations with Texas-based Applied Food Service opposition that it used a “hopelessly flawed” study to push weight loss…
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  • Homemade Chicken Salad

    13 Oct 2014 | 10:16 am
    Sometimes a simple salad is all you need. This is my go to lunch when I’m running low on groceries, time, or both. At the beginning of the week I always precook chicken for quick, easy meals, and this recipe is no exception. With your chicken already cooked, this homemade chicken salad is ready to go in less than 5 minutes. My homemade chicken salad provides the perfect balance of protein, carbs and healthy fats. The pecans and olive oil provide much needed healthy fats to improve your metabolism and balance your hormones. Healthy fats also lead to greater satisfaction from eating and…
  • Easy Steak Recipe

    28 Sep 2014 | 12:37 pm
    Steak is full of nutrients and can be included in moderation as part of a healthy diet. Packed with protein, iron and vitamin B12, steak supports your immune system. Although steak is healthy to eat in moderation, too much saturated fat can lead to obesity, high cholesterol and heart disease. I usually limit to no more than once or twice a week due to steak’s risk of saturated fat. It’s important to limit your intake of saturated fat to lower your health risks. By no means should you remove this is nutrient dense food from your diet, just merely consume in moderation. Many steak…
  • Protein Banana Oatmeal

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

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

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

  • What is a liquid diet ?

    Super Auto Focus
    28 Sep 2014 | 3:45 am
    LIQUID DIETWhat is a liquid diet? Do you want to know more about this diet? Here are some interesting facts aboutthis diet. Do you suffer from drought? Liquid dietmay help to treatdehydration. Containing liquid diet to eat an adequate amount of fluids and salts and metals, which can play a vital role in providing you with the necessary energy. Liquiddiet is recommended for patients before and after oral surgery or gastrointestinal tract when it becomes eatingsolid food is not possible. This diet isalso touted for people who suffer from intestinal problems. Liquid diet rich in calories and low…
  • Tips for making wise food healthy

    Super Auto Focus
    27 Sep 2014 | 4:48 am
    Healthy DietHere are some tips to get you started on making wise food healthy. " Healthy Diet " GrainsMake sure at least half of your grain choices are whole grain. Examples of grain foods are cereals, breads, crackers, and pasta. Check the list of ingredients. Look for grain foods that list “whole” or “whole grain” as the first ingredient, such as whole wheat flour in bread. Whole grains haven’t lost any fiber or nutrients from processing. They help meet your nutrient needs, as do foods made from enriched grains.Healthy Diet "VegetablesChoose a variety of vegetables, including:*…
  • Healthy Diet plan

    Super Auto Focus
    26 Sep 2014 | 5:09 am
    Healthy Diet Life can be hectic, and sometimes it’s hard to take the time to make healthy food choices. But making wise food choices along with regular physical activity can offer big benefits, now and in the future. Good nutrition may help you lower your risk of some chronic diseases, have healthy pregnancies and healthy babies, and reach and stay at a healthy body weight. Healthy Diet habits can help you feel your best today and every day.Healthy Dietplan You might feel confused by all the conflicting information you hear about what to eat. But, in reality, a Healthy Diet plan can…
  • Health way to lose weight

    Super Auto Focus
    23 Sep 2014 | 6:48 am
    Healthy DietHealthy diet way to lose weight When you exceed the caloric intake of the person those calories that burn through his daily activities and regular physical activity, then increasing weight.The only way to lose weight in a healthy and avoid obesity, is making permanent changes in the way you eat and exercise and a healthy diet.Some small adjustments, as eating less and choosing drinks low in fat and sugar, can help you lose weight. There are also plenty of ways to make physical activity a part of people's lives.If a person is overweight, let him give his goal is to lose about 5-10%…
  • 13 Secret Lose Weight

    Super Auto Focus
    23 Sep 2014 | 6:08 am
    Lose WeightThe Reader's Digest recently published a series of lose weight secrets did not tell her diet after experts on how to take advantage of the gym and exercise for lose weight, and some of the habits and things that stand before we got to our ideal weight for you in the following points Base 1: Do not go to the gym in the following cases: A - on an empty stomach B - suffering a stomach cold C - sleep only 4 hours The reason: your body in the previous cases, is not ready to work and burn calories. Rule 2: If you find that the exercises carried out by the old and to no avail, and cannot…
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    Eric Hardek Fitness - Eric's Fitness Blog

  • A "True" Way To Lose Weight

    22 Oct 2014 | 9:07 am
    Can You Handle The Truth?       There are so many CRAZY DIETS out there today; Atkins, South Beach, Paleo, Low Carb (I advocate), Volumetrics, Mediterranean, Zone Diet, Weight Watchers, the list goes on...Many of these diets can actually help you lose weight, decrease the likelihood of cardiovascular disease, and be an efficient way for you to control your blood sugar (diabetics). But for those of you who have the "on the go" lifestyle, who find it hard to plan out every meal (time management is a for a later article), following these diet's inconvenient and…
  • Use Your "Time" Wisely!

    20 Oct 2014 | 9:42 am
    Time!      "Time"...It's what helps us to sequentially order events that happen around the world and in the universe we populate. It's a a term to quantitatively measure the moments that pass by. And it's something that we all have a very limited amount of...I think if you asked anyone on Earth if they wanted to make the most of their life their response would be a resounding, "YES!" Therefore, it is not the intention of this article to tell you to make the most of your time as you might initially be thinking from reading the above sentences (you've heard that thousands of…
  • Free Weights vs Machines

    16 Oct 2014 | 3:14 pm
    "Two Roads Diverged In A Yellow Wood..."-Robert Frost      A free weight is a weight that is not connected to a structure that is anchored into the ground. Dumbells and barbells are the typical pieces of exercise equipment that comprise "free weight exercises."      When we talk about "machines" we are not talking about The Matrix. Although people seem to complicate exercise all the time, machines refer to resistance provided by a structure that is anchored into the ground.  This Is A "Machine" Because It Is A Structure Anchored Into The Ground…
  • Bringing The ENERGY!

    15 Oct 2014 | 9:30 am
        I'm putting a new spin on this article today. Rather than talking about science, training, and how to reach specific goals (which I love!) as I normally do, I thought it'd be fun to talk about something different, and yet,  equally important! I am writing this article with the strength coach/personal trainer in mind (to keep this in the "fitness" category) but don't let that turn you away from reading the rest of this article! I firmly believe that absolutely anyone from the Mom/Dad/boss/ teammate/ coach/ friend/sibling, ect... can take away information from this…
  • Bilateral vs Unilateral...That Is The                         Question! 

    13 Oct 2014 | 9:22 am
    Bilateral vs Unilateral     There are so many different options for someone to choose from when they are creating a program or even making up a workout on the fly! Free weights vs machines, heavy vs light, strength vs power, stable vs unstable, steady state vs HIIT, the list goes on...So, today I'd like to answer one of those questions. How about  BILATERAL VS UNILATERAL? Bilateral meaning using two limbs (arms or legs) to lift a weight and unilateral meaning using one limb (arm or leg) to lift a weight. Bilateral vs Unilateral Exercise Selection So Which Is Better?
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  • The Comprehensive Guide to Setting Realistic Fitness Based Expectations

    Pete @ sffl.com
    16 Oct 2014 | 1:30 pm
    This is an important topic that is rarely discussed honestly in the health and fitness niche. The sad truth is that mainstream health and fitness is by in large highly misleading and dishonest when it comes to setting realistic expectations. Few people actually care about giving you realistic expectations. Moreover many people are eager to […] The Comprehensive Guide to Setting Realistic Fitness Based Expectations published by StraightForwardFatLoss.com The post The Comprehensive Guide to Setting Realistic Fitness Based Expectations appeared first on StraightForwardFatLoss.com.
  • The SFFL.com Minimalist Strength Training Program — Getting Strong is Actually Very Easy to Do

    Pete @ sffl.com
    12 Oct 2014 | 6:17 pm
    A lot of people are under the impression that people who are muscular and strong necessarily make the gym their entire life. This couldn’t be further from the truth. It is entirely possible to get very strong and muscular, by normal societal standards, doing a simple program that uses only five to six exercises done […] The SFFL.com Minimalist Strength Training Program — Getting Strong is Actually Very Easy to Do published by StraightForwardFatLoss.com The post The SFFL.com Minimalist Strength Training Program — Getting Strong is Actually Very Easy to Do appeared first…
  • Ten More Uncomfortable Truths You’ll Face on Your Fat Loss Journey

    Pete @ sffl.com
    10 Oct 2014 | 5:53 pm
    I’ve decided to write a part two to my post called Ten Uncomfortable Truths You’ll Face on Your Fat Loss Journey. Just as I said before, my main prerogative is to be 100% truthful and honest. Part of that means helping you to understand, come to terms with, and prepare to deal with the negative […] Ten More Uncomfortable Truths You’ll Face on Your Fat Loss Journey published by StraightForwardFatLoss.com The post Ten More Uncomfortable Truths You’ll Face on Your Fat Loss Journey appeared first on StraightForwardFatLoss.com.
  • “I Don’t Want to Get Big and Bulky Like Gross Bodybuilders”

    Pete @ sffl.com
    9 Oct 2014 | 3:39 pm
    I see this phrase being thrown around a lot, especially by females, or instead perhaps the “I want to get toned, not big” variant of it. It’s a silly thing to say, quite honestly. This ill-informed sentiment actually shows a high level of ignorance on the subject of resistance training, and unfortunately often results in […] “I Don’t Want to Get Big and Bulky Like Gross Bodybuilders” published by StraightForwardFatLoss.com The post “I Don’t Want to Get Big and Bulky Like Gross Bodybuilders” appeared first on StraightForwardFatLoss.com.
  • The Fat Loss Flowchart

    Pete @ sffl.com
    4 Oct 2014 | 10:47 am
    I’m a big fan of simplicity. When it comes to fat loss, fitness, or anything else in life for that matter, I always think about the easiest ways to solve my problems. What I mean is, if you can get from point A to your desired point B with an easier “solution,” you should adjust […] The Fat Loss Flowchart published by StraightForwardFatLoss.com The post The Fat Loss Flowchart appeared first on StraightForwardFatLoss.com.
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