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The Baby Boomer’s Guide To Trimming Body Fat

When you age, a whole cavalcade of biologically and behaviorally based things happen that can make you stubbornly hold on to fat. If you want to be svelte, you need to tackle fat with some smart and consistent actions, which I outline in this “Baby Boomer’s Guide to Trimming Body Fat” post.

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Dr Hyman: “Ten Simple Tips That Will Save Your Life”

Dr. Hyman’s “10 Tips” has the science behind it to prove that some simple dietary changes can vastly improve the quality of your life, and its duration too. So dive into Ten Simple Tips That Will Save Your Life.

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What’s Making Us Fat and Sick?

Is sugar evil? Here I examine why sugar and other high glycemic carbohydrates have been eviscerated, and examine if this is deserved. A nation now eating 20+ times the amount of sugar than in the late 19th century, with a concomitant spike in obesity, needs to know the truth.

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Pump Up Your Metabolism: Eat Protein, Not Wheat

Everyone’s concerned about belly fat and metabolism. We know that a higher metabolism would result in less belly fat. Here’s how to pump up your metabolism and trim the belly fat: Eat protein; not wheat.

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A “Health Tips” Dinner with Alli — Watch

Alli comes over to learn some health tips about cooking some powerfully healthy foods, including a pre-meal detox cleanse drink. Dover sole, chard, red quinoa, potatoes, red onions and more are on the menu. It’s easy to eat well. Watch!

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A Blueprint for Eating Right

Eat mindfully. Choose foods with high water content that still look like they did on the farm. Consume small and frequent meals. Pre-plan your snacks. 10 Simple Pillars for Righteous Eating IN THE USA, confusion about what’s good to eat and not abounds — there’s no better testament to that fact than the inverse relationship […]

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