Happy New Year Resolutions!!

Out with the old in with the new!!!! Here we are again trying to get those unwanted pounds off so what to do? Simple things help: At the very least while you are living and eating a small trick will help. What is it? The 50% rule!!! If nothing else try eating half of what …

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Canola Trouble if you are a mouse

A recent mouse study recently reported findings that bring into play the possibility, indirectly of deposition of amyloid in the brain. Amyloid is the substance that has been implicated  as a cause of dementia particularly Alzheimer’s type. Thus while you are making an effort to dump saturated fats in your diet substituting other “healthier” fats …

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Cheese Safety/ Myth Maybe

In a recent publication a heart study reflects a positive association between cheese consumption and heart disease and stroke. It appears small amounts of daily cheese consumption may be protective for heart disease and overall mortality according to a meta analysis (a review looking back at numerous other studies). There is ,however, a note of …

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Childhood Obesity

To no ones surprise a new study of childhood obesity demonstrates a link between obesity and secondary illness and morbidity in later life. The take home is: Get the junk out get the high carb diets off the table and out of the pantry Get the kids MOVING!!!!

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Holiday Wine

A recent article in USA Today online suggests  drinking 2 glasses of wine in the evening to lose weight, explaining the wine contains a substance (resveratrol) which converts white fat into beige fat, which they say is easier to burn off. No mention made as to caloric and carbohydrate content and one gets the impression …

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FDA ALERT A1 SLIM

The FDA has issued an alert for consumers not to use A1 Slim. This product has at least 2 compounds that are dangerous. One is sibutramine which was used in the past as an appetite suppressant but has been removed from the market because of cardiovascular risks including serious and sometimes fatal heart rhythm disturbances. …

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Control Carb Cravings

Use a behavioral modification technique to control carb intake. Drink plenty of water and add some fruit or veggie to your drink. Try some protein supplement or food source, eat a low glycemic index fruit. If cravings are pressing and intense distract your brain by choosing to do a task that will occupy your attention …

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It’s Summertime,Summertime,Sum,Sum,Summertime!!!

Yup, summertime once again and time to lose those extra pounds and feel lighter and cooler. Check out our web site for the latest offers. Get in on all the latest on weight loss techniques and literature. Remember the nightshades can be additive to your weight so look at your diet and curb them in …

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Alcohol ,Weight,Cancer and other issues

Newly published studies have demonstrated a link between alcohol and breast cancer in women and it does not have to be a lot and it does not matter what kind. Beer=wine=whiskey( if it is alcohol it does it) What about weight? Well the sugar content alone in alcohol causes weight gain,liver inflammation and fat deposition. …

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All Inclusive and Sustainable weight loss plan

When considering a program that will take you to the next level of weight loss, consider one that is all inclusive and moving forward sustainable with respect to your future so that when you do lose weight you will be given tools to sustain your progress including objective means of maintenance. Diet plans that are …

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