Reward Yourself for Sticking to New Your Diet...

Feb 27, 2017 by

Getting into the groove of a new diet and sticking to it is incredibly hard. No matter where you are on your journey, whether two days in, five days, a week, a couple of weeks, or already a month in, you should make sure to set up rewards at certain checkpoints along the way. If you want to ensure that you stick to your diet, make sure you are enjoying your quality of life in this new lifestyle.   It is important that you stick to the diet you have identified as being potentially life-altering. You need to make sure that if you have picked out a new diet that is going to help you be healthier than ever before, that nothing you choose to reward yourself with is going to set you off...

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The truth about vaping as we currently know it...

Feb 4, 2017 by

Proposed new regulations on vaping are meant to clear the haze on the growing trend. But what do we really know about it? (Photo: Wikimedia Commons) Nothing signifies the formalization of a trend like government regulations. Acknowledging that vaping—the use of a battery-powered device to inhale not always nicotine-free vapour—is here to stay, Canada introduced amendments to the existing Tobacco Act last November that would rename it to the Tobacco and Vaping Products Act. The goal is to regulate the manufacture, sale, labelling and promotion of the devices, while prohibiting sale to Canadians under 18. The hope is that regulations will also provide desperately needed quality control to a frontier industry that is estimated to grow and be worth $32 billion worldwide by 2021, said Barry Finegan, a smoking cessation expert and anesthesiologist at...

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Where Does Alcohol Fit In Your Diet?...

Feb 2, 2017 by

Anyone over the age of 21 is eventually going to have to have some hard conversations with themselves about where alcohol fits in a healthy diet. It’s such a prevalent part of the food experience, the social experience, and the celebration experience – it’s important to put it in context every once in awhile with a specific regard to nutrition, diet, and health. Five categories to consider while you’re on this meditative path about alcohol include where the troubling result of addiction can lead you, what the benefits might be, where social value rests, how to pair alcohol with food, and what to consider while trying to gain or lose weight. The Troubling Result When you drink too much, or if you have a genetic disposition toward alcohol, you can fairly easily end up...

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5 Best Eating Habits For 2017

Dec 30, 2016 by

Figuring and adopting the best eating habits is the basis of building a healthy life.  Many people who struggle with their health have tried everything the dieting market has to offer to no avail.  Because the changes they make are typically short term, the effects never last very long.  Real change requires augmenting one’s habits and building a whole new lifestyle.  Check out a few of the best eating habits recommended for a healthy body.   Cut out processed foods. If it comes in a box and takes 15 minutes to prepare, then it is probably not a healthy choice for a meal.  These types of foods are often riddled with sodium and other preservatives that can cause significant damage to the body over time.   Instead of Hamburger Helper, cook fresh vegetables and...

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The Role of Dietary Supplements in Weight Management...

Nov 17, 2016 by

Hectic lifestyles, demands on time, and processed foods with less and less nutrients have led to an epidemic of overweight people around the globe. Fitting regular exercise into schedules is increasingly difficult, and eating on the run precludes healthy meals prepared at home, and eaten slowly. Bodies are getting too much salt, sugar, and fat, and not enough of the essential vitamins and minerals needed to lose weight, or maintain a healthy weight. Many people are turning to dietary supplements for help. Products for Weight Loss: Weight loss is a multi-billion dollar industry in the United States. Products are on the market that claim extreme results with no effort, or changes in lifestyle. There are some that ensure unrealistic weight loss in a matter of a few days. Among the ridiculous and the dangerous...

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Foods That Prevent Tooth Decay

Jun 15, 2016 by

Tooth decay is something that can happen to absolutely everyone. You can even have a perfect oral hygiene and have some cavities. Many are actually shocked when they visit the dentist and figure out that they have dental caries. They will say that they take care of teeth properly and that cavities should not actually appear. What you have to understand is that taking care of teeth is much more than how you clean them. You can have the perfect physical dental care and still end up with tooth decay. In many situations this happens because of diet problems. Tooth structure is hard but you can easily end up with cavities because of the structure being affected by what you eat. This is that one thing that many do not know much about. What...

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5 Ways to Prioritize Your Personal Health...

Feb 29, 2016 by

When we’re caught up in our careers, our family, and our social life, it can be easy to forget how important personal health is. But the reality is that our health is just as important as all of these things, if not more.   Intellectually, we all know the benefitsof prioritizing personal health–but do we practice what we preach? It may be hard to find the time or energy to develop the habits that make a healthy lifestyle, but to be the best version of yourself you can possibly be, it’s a necessity. Just a few simple shifts in your daily routine can be enough to pull you in a healthier direction.   Find Your Favorite Exercise Activity   Getting fit by doing something you actually enjoy doing can make all the difference for...

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How Michelle Defeated Eating Issues and Misplaced 100+ pounds...

Jun 4, 2014 by

I was attracted to Michelle’s storyline not only due to its face value (She dropped over 100lbs!), but because she’s open about the battles she’s received on her trip. Why did you choose to change the body? My eating issues (fanatical eating, gorging, binging, psychological eating, anorexia, and meals fixation) began early. My mother was a fanatical dieter who grew up so on, and by a fanatical dieter. Years of crash diet plans (you name it, I made it happen) left my body feeble, my metabolic process ruined, and my self-respect entirely empty. I tried to take my life many times and actually DESPISED myself. At 24, I weighed more than 225 lbs, had 2 really young children, and went to MD Anderson for a screening because I was considered high-risk for cancer. There...

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How Lydia Dropped 80lbs and Changed from Obese to Sportsman...

Jun 3, 2014 by

She was raised being intimidated due to her weight and today she inspires individuals from all over the world. She moves individuals to change their lives Having defeated an eating-disorder, and now combating additional wellness dilemmas, Lydia stays favorable and reminds us that: “It’s not what happens to us in existence, it’s how we cope with this.” Lydia’s taken time to answer some of our queries, which are below. Why did you choose to change the body? I was sick and tired of the way I seemed, sick and tired of being not happy and the others offering me a tough time about my fat. I understood it’d need to be up to me to shift my life , not wait for the others. My diet and coaching altered, I don’t understand how many...

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Should We Consume With Adaptive Dieting?...

Jun 2, 2014 by

Fiber is vital for these on the Adaptable Diet. Many people are under the delusion that we (compromising dieters) simply eat poop all day long, enter it in to myfitnesspal and contact it “Healthy Ingesting”. The the fact is, WE’RE into wellness. We have merely redefined it. Not for the body, not for your brain. And therefore Adaptable Dieting was made to be both healthful and sustainable. Sustainable because you’ll be able to fit whatever meals you enjoy into your diet and healthful because you are doing that while monitoring your fiber consumption. Fiber may be considered the macronutrient. Protein, fat, fiber, AND carbs is tracked by adaptive Dieters. What exactly is Fiber? Based on the Mayo Clinic: “Dietary fiber, also called roughage or majority, comprises all components of plant foods that your own...

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Interview with Sohee Lee: Coach, Writer & Fitness Buff...

Jun 1, 2014 by

Sohee’s a writer that’s regularly featured on bodybuilding.com, she has a BA in Human Biology, works with Layne Norton on his team and is a renowned coach in her own right. What really jumped out at me was not just the impressive results she gets for her clients but her unique perspective and mindset when it comes to health and fitness. Her no B.S approach, in an industry filled with scams and misinformation, has been both helpful and refreshing. Below she’s been kind enough to answer some of our questions. Why did you decide to transform your body? When I embarked on my first ever weight loss diet over ten years ago, it was because I wanted to be skinny. I didn’t like that I had an athletic frame; I thought that fitting into...

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Ryan Schroers of Shredded Fitness Discusses Flexible Dieting...

May 31, 2014 by

I understand not everybody’s target would be to enter physique comps, but Ryan’s illustration shows us how Adaptable Dieting can be employed irrespective of what your targets are, even severe targets like his. Why did you choose to change the body? Adaptive dieting has permitted me to have entire control over how I appear, although I ‘ve consistently had problem with body-build and my body-image. What does your present diet seem like? I monitor my macro-nutrients and, as a result of that, I’m competent to eat an immense assortment of foods. e.g ice cream, veg, rice cakes, cereal, cake, essentially whatever I need or crave. During competition homework though I plan to consume voluminous, dense foods that are less CALORIE so I remain total more. What Blunders would you see folks make when getting...

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“The On The Web Coach” Raymond Querido Discusses IIFYM...

May 30, 2014 by

I first found him on his Instagram, while seeking the hash tag #iifym (do it!), and have been a fanatic ever since. I now view his youtube station where he proceeds to preach sturdy dietary and coaching fact. Whether you’re an athlete seeking to up your game or just a regular individual looking to get in form, Raymond is worth listening to. Why did you choose to change the body? I performed with a tiny bit in highschool and spent my youth playing basketball. I began vertical and my rate to enhance What’s scheme or the diet program you follow? (What does a typical days eating seem like) I use IIFYM (if it meets your macros) which is also referred to as Adaptable Dieting. I concentrate on hitting on my macro, and fiber targets for...

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Adaptable Dieting: How you can Compute Your Macros...

May 29, 2014 by

Before you read this make certain you’ve read the post What’s Adaptive Dieting? “what’re your macros?” Certainly one of my personal favorite questions to ask and among the more typical types I get requested. Macros, quick for Macro Nutrients (Proteins, Fats & Carbs), form the foundation of Adaptable Dieting. Correcting and computing your macro aims is equally butter fundamentals and the bread and some thing you never actually graduate from a Versatile Dieter. Though there are some issues to get your head around it’s not hopeless. Luckily, getting started with Adaptable Dieting appears a lot more complex than it actually is. Your capability to compute and fix your macros accurately will mainly determine whether you accomplish your physique targets with Elastic Dieting. Everybody is distinct (Yes, you’re an exceptional snowflake..) so computing your macros...

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A Quick Manual To Circuit Training (aka HIIT)...

May 28, 2014 by

Have you considered Hiit as a means to burn off calories included in the Adaptable Diet? For years I believed cardiovascular exercise was the ultimate goal of fat reduction. Jump those ideas and it was your funeral (…possibly literally). While I undoubtedly find the great advantages of cardiovascular fitness and feel more knowledgeable, my perspectives have altered. I’ve uncovered cardiovascular exercise, of any sort, isn’t a prerequisite of fat reduction but instead a tool. Performing cardiovascular exercise is excellent for cardio vascular health but when it comes to weight loss it’s merely a method of realizing a calorie shortage, which can be the secret to losing pounds. Cardiovascular fitness for weight reduction is generally just useful as the amount of calories it burns off. Usually, it’s the day you burned off the most calories....

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