Controlling glucose is more important than your diet, says Dr. Peter Attia, an anti-aging expert and biohacker, because it’s a key to longevity. Listen and read why blood sugar control — as well as sleep, meditation, protein intake and lifting heavy stuff –is important for a long healthspan.Continue reading
Of course you could use some holiday fat loss tips, because you know that’s when you gain the most weight during each and every year. And that adds up. End the creeping “middle age spread” with these six holiday fat loss tips you can being using now!Continue reading
Low testosterone can make you feel old and fat… not to mention clobber the libido. Learn about the three things that most of us do each day that lowers testosterone, and the remedies.Continue reading
This Sunday’s topics are: Weight Loss Truths, Weight Loss Steps and A Guide to Healthy Shopping. Plan healthy treats; get enough lean protein; chose the right fats; water, not soda; fiber; 2,000 steps; know how to read food labels.Continue reading
Here are ten important weight loss tips: 1. Don’t skip meals.
2. Use smaller plates. 3. Count your calories. 4. Your metabolism is not the problem.
5. Protein staves off hunger. 6. Soup keeps you fuller for longer. 7. The wider your choice, the more you eat. 8. Low-fat diary helps excrete more fat (must be calorie neutral). 9. Exercise burns fat long after you stop, even while you sleep.
10. Keep moving to lose weight.
Simply changing when and how often you eat can have a startling affect on reducing your weight and improving your health. As Dr. Hyman talks about in this video. researchers have found that those who eat small amounts of food more often increase their calorie burn (thermogenesis). Eat less more often and eat lean protein are two keys.Continue reading
Here are 10 simple pillars for eating right. Here’s a primer: Choose foods with high water content that still look like they did on the farm. Consume small and frequent meals. Pre-plan your snacks. IN THE USA, confusion about what’s good to eat and not abounds — there’s no better testament to that fact than […]Continue reading