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Fasting with Fat

24 Mar Fight Fat With Fat Fast

If you're familiar with fasting, you know that it usually involves abstaining from eating some or all types of food or drink, for a certain period of time. Fasts can be done for religious reasons, medical procedures and also, for weight loss. Some fasts last for twenty four hours while others go for up to three months. Fasting allows our body and internal organs a rest period, however, when fasting without food or drink, many side effects can occur. Blood sugar fluctuations, fatigue, dizziness and mood swings can occur when...

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why eating fat keeps you lean

25 Jan Podcast – Why Eating Fat Keeps You Lean

Below you will find the video and an easy to read transcript of Dr. John Salerno’s monthly podcast interview.  You can click the video to listen to the podcast or simply read the easy to follow transcript below. Enjoy! Podcast Interview Transcript: RC: Hello everyone, this is Liz Harvey coming to you from our studios in New York City where we are dedicated to bringing you top quality advice from many of the leading expert professionals across the US. In today's episode, we are speaking with Dr. John Salerno, founder of the...

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Habits for Weight Loss

25 Oct 5 Lifestyle Habits for Weight Loss!

Our bodies are like engines; they are designed to burn energy. Burning energy is burning calories, and when enough calories are burnt, you start to lose weight. That is the basic premise of weight loss; move more, eat less. However, the body, like any engine that keeps running, needs maintenance. This maintenance keeps the body in top operational status, burning more calories and helping you feel motivated and energetic for the next workout. These habits are simple in premise, but often hard to follow with so many pressures of modern-day life....

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Effects of Stress on Body

25 Feb The Effects of Stress on your Body

If you were to think of stress as binary, there would be a good and bad kind of stress. The good kind of stress is called eustress, as termed by endocrinologist Hans Selye. The bad kind of stress is called distress, of which was further studied by psychologist Richard Lazarus. Stress is defined as the body’s response to external stimuli. External stimuli happens outside of the body, such as finding a crisp one-hundred dollar bill on the sidewalk, or your credit card not being returned after a cashier used it. The...

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Benefits of Cycling

14 Feb The Many Great Benefits of Cycling

If you have never cycled before, then we suggest you grab the nearest bike, and go for a ride. Cycling has some incredible benefits and most people can start cycling at any age. You are never too old or too young to start. Even individuals with certain injuries are encouraged to cycle to keep active, healthy, and flexible. Cycling is a low impact sport and does the whole body good. Here are some great reasons why you should ride that bike, both indoors and outdoors. Cycling boosts your metabolic rate, even...

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Slim Factor Supplement

31 Jan Slim Down with Slim Factor

Weight loss is an uphill battle. You lose some, you gain some. Then, you lose some and gain some more. If it were easy, everyone would be able to reach their target weight loss goals, but unfortunately, it isn't that easy. Luckily, there are a few natural ingredients that actually work in helping you to lose weight. These are ingredients that have been clinically studied and proven to work. Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA), a naturally occurring fatty acid that is found in meat and dairy products, with pasture raised being the...

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New Year's Resolutions that Work

02 Jan Resolutions that Work!

Join a gym, walk farther, visit friends more often, or lose 20 pounds. For some, these are examples of successful resolutions made for the New Year. For most people, it is a monthly charge for a gym membership never used, a bottle of wine never opened, or a disappointed sigh as the pounds do not melt away. Gymtimidation is real, and it can be a little confounding when there are gym goers who might go a bit too far. You know the ones, they wear a weight vest on the step...

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Beat the Holiday Bulge

11 Dec Beat the Holiday Bulge!

The next few weeks are filled with celebration: family, turkey dinners, leftover lunches, and plenty of pie. The holiday season is the reason why January is so busy for healthcare offices and fitness centers. Many people leave December with what college students call the “Freshmen 15.” It is the extra weight that happens to be gained because of all the holiday parties, office gatherings, and family events that feature all those delicious comfort foods. Before you even think of trying to diet, here are some strategies to beat the holiday bulge...

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Prescription Medication Stats

18 Nov Shocking Statistics About Prescription Medication

Recently while skimming through news headlines, you may have come across some staggering health statistics. According to the latest research in the Journal of the American Medical Association, almost 60 percent of adults in the U.S are on prescription medication. Most are using medications relating to obesity, blood pressure, and cholesterol. 60 percent! That’s more than half of all adults! Although sometimes medication is necessary, we can honestly say that that number can most certainly be decreased without the use of medication, and instead through healthy diet and exercise. Since 1999,...

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LCHF Diet Weight Loss Facts

22 Oct 10 Facts about Low Carb, High Fat Diets

Here are 10 Facts about Low Carb, High Fat Diets and Why Reducing Your Carbohydrate Intake is a Good Idea.   Low carb, high fat (LCHF) diets not only decrease blood pressure, but also decrease triglycerides and improve HDL (good cholesterol) levels.   “A randomized trial known as the Optimal Macronutrient Intake Trial for Heart Health (OmniHeart). A healthy diet that replaced some carbohydrate with protein or fat did a better job of lowering blood pressure and (Bad) LDL cholesterol than a healthy, higher-carbohydrate diet”.   Studies have shown that following a LCHF diet was better...

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