Category Archives: Weight Loss

Your Brain On Ketones

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According to psychologytoday.com the modern prescription of high carbohydrate, low fat diets and eating snacks between meals has coincided with an increase in obesity, diabetes, and and increase in the incidence of many mental health disorders, including depression, anxiety, and eating disorders. In addition, many of these disorders are striking the population at younger ages. While most people would agree

Can Ketogentic Diet Affect Cancer by Starving the Cancer Cells

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Starving Cancer Cells: Ketogenic Diet Essential to Healing   There are several people who are really worried with today’s cancer treatments since they are expensive,  painful and sometimes just don’t work. However, there is a new cancer remedy that is free, has  nearly no side effects, and can be blended with other  cancer treatments. It

The Benefits Of Swimming For Fitness

 What are the benefits Of swimming for fitness?   Swimming is one of those exercises that are hard to hate, since it’s gentle and yet fun at the same time. Most people enjoy a dip in the pool, so why not turn that dip into some laps as a form of exercise?  There are many

How to Prevent Going Back to Old Habits After Losing Weight

Congratulations!  You have exercised and develop healthy nutrition habits to lose weight, and you look and feel fabulous.  Now comes the hard part. How do you avoid reverting to bad habits and packing on the pounds that you lost?  There are a few effective strategies, which can help you, maintain your new figure, and they

A Faster Way to Lose Fat Without Major Changes to Your Workout

In this article I want to compare traditional long, slow cardio with interval training also known as HIIT for fat loss. From a fat loss standpoint, the more calories you burn and the increase in metabolic rate, the better. Let’s see how good long, slow cardio and interval training are at burning calories. Long, slow

If You Don’t Sweat During Exercise, Is It A Waste Of Time?

You always hear the old adage, “lets go exercise and work up a good sweat” like sweating is a sign that you’ve had a good, productive workout. But what if you complete your best workout routine and you don’t really sweat during or after? Was that workout a lost cause? Does it mean you just