Calorie Restrictions and Other...

May 21, 2011 by

Yesterday I wrote about Low-Carbohydrate Diets, today I wanted to take it a bit further and talk about other Fad Diets that are very popular but I am completely against them. The reason I am doing this is to help people understand that you don’t have to go to extremes to be in great shape.

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Low Carb Diets – The Tru...

May 20, 2011 by

If you watch Tv and pay attention to commercials you will notice that every few advertisements there an add for a weight loss pills, or a diet. The ironic part is that they always followed by a fast food commercial.

Most diets advertised do not provide adequate nutrition, therefore they can leave the dieter in a poor state of health, with damaged metabolism. Especially when they are the extremes, it surprises me how far people will go to loose weight. Even if you do end up loosing weight on an extreme diet, your body will develop a lower capacity for burning calories, this is why everyone who does loose weight gains it back.

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Whole Grain Bread Recipe

May 19, 2011 by

I wanted to share this very easy to make Whole Grain Bread recipe I came up with.

The reason I like to make homemade bread is because good bread with good ingredients is much more expensive and I also enjoy knowing that it’s fresh.

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Science Of Nutrition And Meal ...

May 18, 2011 by

Everyone knows that if you are trying to get results from your workouts, there is a way to schedule your meals to make your body work at it’s maximum fat burning power. Nutrition is 80 percent of your effort, it’s not how much you workout, but how well you schedule your meals and what you eat. So many people give up on getting into shape because they don’t see the results they want right away, or as fast as they like. It’s not just dieting or cutting down on fat, junk food or carbohydrates.

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Meet Me On Monday 4

May 16, 2011 by

It’s Monday! The questions are interesting this week, and the best thing about it I had the pictures to match all of my answers! I’ve me a lot of great people already and I am always looking forward to meeting more.

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Farmers Market Questions You S...

May 15, 2011 by

Today I went to my local Farmers Market, and I got a delicious things. Farmers Markets have been around for hundreds of years, this is how people originally shopped for food. But ever since the big corporations turned food into a system people started to forget about Farmers Markets, because they are not as convenient.
The questions that many ask ” Is food at the Farmers Markets Organic? ” Yes and No.

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Glycemic Index of Common Foods

May 14, 2011 by

I did this experiment where I in a period of several month’s I asked random people if they new what is a Glycemic Index. All of the answers that I got were pretty similar, many people either didn’t know what it meant, and some just replied ” Isn’t that a diet of some kind?”. No it is not a diet. But I would like to explain what it is and how you can use it to help you loose weight ( if you are trying to loose weight ), or just with the understanding of how it works.

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Training Recovery

May 13, 2011 by

Recovery after a workout is a topic that many people who exercise on a regular basis seem to avoid, mainly beginners. It is easy to fall into a trap of belief that more exercise is better, and recovery is not as important than workout it self. This is false. If you are exercising excessively and without a proper recuperation not only will your body stops producing results, but you are putting your self at risk of injury, which may last for month’s.

There is a lot of things you can do to help your body recover from exercise, especially if you do Interval Training Workouts, or any other type of workout that becomes very taxing on your system. Here are just a few basics

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