6 FAT BURNING HORMONESDo you realize you have 6 FAT BURNING HORMONES that should be working for you and not against you? Attend this seminar to learn how to get your body into FAT BURNING MODE and finally lose that excess weight and keep it off!  If you are like others who have suffered with weight issues, you will leave the seminar saying, “Ah hah! Now I get it!  Now I understand why I haven’t been able to lose weight!”

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  • How to Trigger Your 6 Fat Burning Hormones
  • What you need to do to get your body into FAT BURNING MODE
  • The 11 reasons people do not burn fat, and what you can do about it
  • What your body type is and why it is important to know for weight loss
  • Find out why the wrong diet will drain you of your energy
  • Why some people exercise and exercise yet can’t lose any weight
  • How to purify your body of toxins that stop the fat burning process
  • Find out why lack of energy and obesity are so closely related and exactly how to finally conquer both.
  • Learn how you can save hundreds of dollars you would normally spend on vitamins.
  • Find out how you can know if the vitamins you are taking are actually doing any good or not for the specific chemistry of your body
  • The role the liver plays in weight loss
  • Find out how to lose weight and FEEL GREAT!

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5 Tips on how to Avoid Tempting Treats
We’ve all been there: at a party, at a co-worker’s birthday celebration in the break room, at restaurants, and even up and down the grocery aisles.  Tempting treats can not only sabotage weight loss/maintenance goals, they can wreak havoc on moods, hormone balance, blood sugar balance, and your immune system.  It’s really not a matter of willpower or strength vs. weakness on your part, it is a biochemical response to highly addictive (therefore, seductive!) ingredients in many sweet, salty, and overly processed but always tasty and tempting treats.  Most name-brand-mass food manufacturers use the least expensive ingredients in packaged food. They also hide sugar, fat, and additives in various forms, which may make our taste buds happy temporarily, but ultimately affect our “bottom” line and tummies in an undesirable way. These tempting treats drastically affect our blood sugar balance and body’s ability to regulate hormones, which affect our brain’s ability to function optimally, resulting in fatigue, irritability, inability to make clear decisions, and memory problems.
Here are 5 tips to consider to keep control and balance when tempting treats come your way:
1. Do not attend a social function, or grocery shop on an empty stomach.  Drink an 8 oz. glass of water, and eat a small serving of healthy protein (i.e., hard-boiled egg, 1/4 cup raw nuts, a protein shake) at least 30 minutes before you go to an event or the store. If protein isn’t handy, eat an apple or orange, or some raw veggies. Fiber and protein stave cravings, and are filling and nutrient-dense to the body, so you won’t biochemically be as crazed for sugar/salt.
2. Stay hydrated.   Many times our “hunger pains” are actually our body’s way of telling us we are thirsty, and possibly dehydrated. Water is by far the best way to hydrate. It also naturally energizes the body, and it fills us, while helping absorb good nutrients from our food and eliminate toxins from the body. If you’re at a social function, and you know that alcohol may sway you to the tempting treats, stay away from alcohol or make sure you have one full glass of water between cocktails. Club soda or sparkling water with a “splash” of fresh juice or squeezed lemon/lime can really provide satiety and a means of “clean control” at a social gathering, staving the munchies and over-drinking.  Although green tea is not hydrating, this is also a nice energizing and anti-oxidant-filled beverage to have instead of munching on unnecessary treats.
3. Have shopping boundaries.  When going to the grocery store, shop the outer perimeters (produce, meat) vs. the inner aisles and bakery section. If you have a special occasion or company to buy for that you think warrants the extra “treats”, i.e., chips/dip, cakes, cookies, etc., then have a plan before you get to the store. Budget a small amount of money and quantities of those things you’ll buy “especially for them” and then leave the aisle. Put it in a special part of your pantry that you’ll access only when providing those items for them, so they are not out in the open on a counter or platter. Make a grocery list with only one-two maximum “treats”, and stick strictly to that list. Eventually make a list with no treats so those foods are not even in the home to tempt you.
4. Fresh vs. Fad.  We eat what is available and convenient. So make fresh available! Food that is fresh, from the earth, and prepared at home, will always win over the chain restaurant dishes, fast food, and food in wrappers/cans/packages. Challenge yourself to surround your workspace and home with easy-access fresh food. Raw carrots, avocado, fruit, sliced zucchini/cucumbers, cherry tomatoes, nuts, cold chicken leftover from the night before… all in place of the 100-calorie pack pretzels, chex mix, popcorn, cookies, etc.  If you eat a cup of veggies dipped in hummus or guacamole or salsa, you’ll be more satisfied than eating a cup of corn chips, cheese puffs, or candy. The more fresh you eat vs. fad/fat, you’ll start to want that and shift your habits to healthier ones. Experiment and have fun with being creative with fresher foods–you’ll be surprised how easy and quick they can be.
5. Slow down and “think before you eat”.  Our culture is all about faster, better, and more….  Slow down when it comes to food. What this means is, don’t make your meals or snacks an after-thought—something you do “on the go”, “whatever you can grab”.  If you can make a conscious (not complicated) gameplan each day or week about the kinds of foods you will eat, and stick to the plan, you will be armed and in control. Have nuts or an apple in your purse or car, so when you’re commuting to/from activities, the drive-thru window doesn’t have to be your only option. Pack your lunch, and then set aside one day a week to eat out if that’s what you like to do, but know what you’re ordering before you get there. Think to yourself before just sub-consciously ordering a sandwich, fries, or something from the vending machine: “am I hungry, do I want this, is it going to serve me?” Stop and consider “why” you’re grabbing something. Lastly, once you are sticking to your plan and slowing down enough to “think before you eat”, chew your food slowly and deliberately. Savor every bite. When you eat slower, you won’t “need” as much food to be satisfied.

Losing Weight: How to Cut Your Calorie Intake in Half

Consuming more calories than what you need may lead to weight gain and eventually put you at risk of developing a wide range of serious health problems. If this continues, you may become overweight or obese.

Eating and drinking lesser calories is the key to losing weight. This, combined with an increased physical activity, is the best way of achieving a healthier weight.

Slashing those calories can be as easy as piling them on. Listed below are a few suggestions on how to cut back on your calorie consumption. Incorporate them into your daily diet and lose your love handles in no time.

Keep a food diary

Keep a record of everything you consume for the entire week. Every time you eat, make sure to list down the food you ate, how much you consumed and how you felt afterwards. Were you satisfied? Do you still feel hungry? This is important as most people don’t realize how much they have eaten until they write it down.

One step at a time

Losing Weight: How to Cut Your Calorie Intake in Half

You don’t have to change your diet overnight in order to see results. This will only make the process more painful. Studies show that people who make significant changes on their diet are less likely to succeed. So, try to make a change or two in your diet this month. The idea is to make little changes, building them up each week.

Chew your food

It takes 20 to 30 minutes for our body to register that we are full. Eating slowly allows you to feel satiated even on fewer calories. Studies show that people who chew at least 20 times before swallowing are consuming 70 calories less each meal.

Downsize your plate

Instead of going for a 12-inch plate, why not go for a 9-inch plate. This simple trick will allow you to cut at least 500 calories without feeling deprived.

Stand

Losing Weight: How to Cut Your Calorie Intake in Half

Did you know that standing up can help you burn at least 500 calories a day? So, try to stand up while receiving a phone call, reading reports. If you can, try to squeeze in 5 minutes of jumping jacks or push-ups. This will help you burn another 50 calories.

 

 

Experts believe that the key to a healthy diet is taking in a wide variety of foods but
taking into account the number of calories per serving.
Listed below are a few helpful tips that would help you maintain a healthy diet by
adhering to this principle while allowing you to enjoy your favorite foods.

Eat fruits, vegetables and whole grains

Healthy Eating Tips

Survey reveals that most Americans don’t get to eat as much of these foods. If you
are taking in 6-11 servings of pasta, cereal, rice and bread group, then at least 3
servings of which should be whole grains.
Also, you should eat at least 2-4 servings of fruits and vegetables. If you don’t like
them that much, give them another chance. Try to browse through the internet for
simple yet healthy recipes.
Eat a variety of nutritious foods
In order to maintain good health, our bodies need at least 40 different nutrients.
And you can’t get all those nutrients in a single food group. Your food selection
should include meat, fruits and vegetables, whole grain products and dairy
products. Also, a person’s food intake depends on his caloric needs.

Maintain a healthy weight
A person’s ideal weight depends on a number of factors including age, height and
sex. Excess fat could increase your chances of developing diabetes, stroke, heart
disease, high blood pressure and some forms of cancer.
Being too thin, on the other hand, could increase your risk of menstrual
irregularities, osteoporosis and other diseases. Adhering to an exercise program can
also help you maintain a healthy weight.

Reduce food intake

food-sandwich
If your favorite food is high in fat, salt or sugar, then eliminating it from your diet is
not the solution. Rather, you have to control how much you take in and how often
you eat these foods.
If fried chicken is one of your favorites, you are still free to enjoy it. You just have to
eat it less often. Make gradual changes

You are not expected to magically change your eating habits overnight. People who
try to change their diet significantly are less likely to succeed. Most of the time,
these people would go back to their old eating habits within a few weeks.

Exercising is beneficial for our body. But you don’t have to go to the gym and pay
for the membership fees each month or purchase those expensive equipment in
order stay fit. You can exercise at the comfort of your home and use what you have
in your house.

Jumping jacks

Simple Exercises without Any Equipment
Jumping jacks are always fun as it triggers the memories of your childhood. This is
not just fun, it’s also a great cardio exercise and perfect for warming up too.

Crunches
This is the best exercise for those people who are looking to build up and
strengthen their abdominal muscles. If you’re tired, you are free to get your head all
the way up. You’ll still see some benefits as long as you feel the stretching of your
abdominal muscles as you go up.

Squats
This exercise is perfect for your buttocks and legs. If you’re having a hard time
squatting, you can do this by sitting and standing on a regular chair. Do a few
repetitions each day and you’ll notice wonderful effects on your body.

Jog in place

Simple Exercises without Any Equipment
Jogging is considered as a great cardio exercise. This exercise can be done at home
while listening to music or watching TV. Plus, you don’t need any equipment in
order to perform this exercise. All you need is a good pair of shoes to help eliminate
the stress on your legs.

Pushups
Most people may not like this exercise. But you are free to explore and find easier
ways to do this. Instead of keeping your legs straight, you can do them on your
knees or while standing up against the wall. Pushups can help you work out the
muscles in your chest area and build up arm strength.

Dancing
Dancing is a fun exercise that you can do with your friends and family. This will not
only help you lose weight and stay fit, it can also uplift your spirit. Plus, it’s a great
confidence booster as well.

Experts believe that the key to a healthy diet is taking in a wide variety of foods but
taking into account the number of calories per serving.
Listed below are a few helpful tips that would help you maintain a healthy diet by
adhering to this principle while allowing you to enjoy your favorite foods.
Eat fruits, vegetables and whole grains

Survey reveals that most Americans don’t get to eat as much of these foods. If you
are taking in 6-11 servings of pasta, cereal, rice and bread group, then at least 3
servings of which should be whole grains.
Also, you should eat at least 2-4 servings of fruits and vegetables. If you don’t like
them that much, give them another chance. Try to browse through the internet for
simple yet healthy recipes.

Eat a variety of nutritious foods
In order to maintain good health, our bodies need at least 40 different nutrients.
And you can’t get all those nutrients in a single food group. Your food selection
should include meat, fruits and vegetables, whole grain products and dairy
products. Also, a person’s food intake depends on his caloric needs.

Maintain a healthy weight
A person’s ideal weight depends on a number of factors including age, height and
sex. Excess fat could increase your chances of developing diabetes, stroke, heart
disease, high blood pressure and some forms of cancer.
Being too thin, on the other hand, could increase your risk of menstrual
irregularities, osteoporosis and other diseases. Adhering to an exercise program can
also help you maintain a healthy weight.

Reduce food intake
If your favorite food is high in fat, salt or sugar, then eliminating it from your diet is
not the solution. Rather, you have to control how much you take in and how often
you eat these foods.
If fried chicken is one of your favorites, you are still free to enjoy it. You just have to
eat it less often.

Make gradual changes
You are not expected to magically change your eating habits overnight. People who
try to change their diet significantly are less likely to succeed. Most of the time,
these people would go back to their old eating habits within a few weeks.

It may be freezing outside but this doesn’t mean that you have to stay indoors all winter. There are a lot of ways to stay active during the winter. Plus, you can have fun and stay in shape at the same time.

Here are a few tips to stay active and keep the body you love during the winter season.

Get familiar with the mall

No. We’re not asking you to go on a shopping spree. Instead, go out and take a walk inside the mall. This provides a safe and climate controlled environment where you can walk around for a few hours. Also, feel free to go window shopping while doing so. Just be sure to wear a nice pair of walking shoes.

Buddy up

Exercising outside with a bunch of friends during the winter season does not only provide motivation, it is also a safety feature. So, get in touch with your friends and use this season to hangout and stay active together.

Also, be sure to bring your cell phone with you and place it in a waterproof pouch.

Try a winter sport

The winter weather offers a wide variety of activities that you can enjoy with the entire family. Sledding, snowboarding, skiing and ice skating are just some of the activities that you can engage in during this season.

Take a skating or ski lesson with a few friends or spend an entire afternoon sledding with your family. These activities do not only help you stay active, it also allows you to spend quality time with your loved ones.

Switch up your routine

If you love exercising outdoors, you can use the change of weather as a reason to try something new. There are thousands of ways to stay in shape. So, try to change up your workout routine before the start of each season.

Invest in fitness DVDs

This allows you to exercise at home anytime. You can go online and determine the type of exercise you’d like to do at home. If you live in an apartment, Pilates or Yoga would be perfect since it involves a lot of mat work. If you have a bigger space, Zumba may also be a great option.

Indulging on classic dishes like pumpkin pie, hot chocolate, mashed potato and prime ribs is a part of the holiday fun. However, taking in too much of these could make you feel heavy and bloated. Luckily, there are a few healthy tweaks that you could do in order to help lighten up your favorite holiday treats without sacrificing the taste and your figure as well.

Cheese tray

When serving cheese, try to incorporate reduced-fat cheeses to your usual cheese selection. This way, health-conscious individuals shall have better options. Also, don’t forget to round up your cheese tray with whole grain crackers and fresh fruits like pears, apples, figs and grapes.

Mashed potato makeover

Though potatoes by themselves offer a long list of nutrients like Vitamin C and potassium, you’ll be sacrificing its nutritional integrity by adding in loads of fattening ingredients like heavy cream, butter and whole milk.

To lighten up this tasty treat, use low fat buttermilk instead of full-fat dairy. Plus, ramp up the flavor by adding in spices and fresh herbs like roasted garlic or chipotle pepper.

Slim with skim

During the Christmas season, it’s fine to indulge on peppermint lattes and hot chocolate. However, considering the amount of food you’ll be taking in, it is best to trim down on the calories where you can. So, instead of whole milk, request for skimmed milk. By doing so, you could save up to 100 calories per 16 ounce serving.

Cut the crust

If you’re the type of person who eats pumpkin pie just for the filling, you might want to skip on the crust completely. By doing so, you could shave off at least 100 calories per slice.

Stick to your usual filling recipe and pour it into individual ramekins. Then, bake it until it sets. Top it off with whipped cream and you’ll get a delicious pumpkin custard with a cute presentation to match.

Rethink your roast

For meat lovers, a holiday celebration would never be complete without a perfectly cooked slab of prime rib. However, at 720 calories per 6 ounce slice, the stats alone could make your heart skip a beat.

For an equally tasty meal without all the damage, you might want to consider lean beef tenderloin since it has about half of the calories. If this does not work you, you could also try other lean holiday entrees like pork tenderloin or roast turkey.

 

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Healthy eating is not about depriving yourself from the food you love or maintaining a slim figure. It’s about staying as healthy as possible and feeling great about it. Fortunately, this could all be attained by sticking to some nutritional basics and applying them to your daily diet.

In this article, we’ll help you plan and create healthy and tasty meals and expand your range of healthy and delectable food choices. Read on and enjoy the perks of sticking to a healthier eating habit.

Simplify

Instead of obsessing yourselves over calorie counts and measuring food sizes, think of your diet in terms of freshness, variety and color. By doing this, it would be easier for you choose a variety of healthy foods without the complications of counting calories and serving sizes. Focus on the foods you love, create easy recipes and incorporate fresh ingredients.

Make gradual changes

Shifting to a healthier diet cannot be done overnight. That’s not realistic either. Also, a person who tries to change everything at once tends to cheat or easily give up on their new diet plan.

Take small steps such as adding a vegetable or fruit to your diet once in a while. Also, when cooking, you could switch from butter to olive oil. As you start to adapt to these changes, feel free to add in more healthy foods into your diet.

Incorporate exercise and water in your diet

Water helps flush out toxins and waste products in our system. With the lack of water in our body, this could result to dehydration; thus, causing headache, lack of energy and tiredness. Staying hydrated is important.

Most people mistake thirst for hunger. Drink a glass of water to know if you are really hunger or you’re just thirsty. This could also be helpful for people who are on a diet.

Find an activity that you enjoy and add it to your daily routine, just like adding in a few fruits and vegetables in your diet every day. Exercise comes with a long list of benefits. And you can get all these by staying active and spending a few minutes a day exercising.

By adhering to a regular exercise program, plus, incorporating a few servings of healthy foods, you are on your way to a healthier lifestyle.