Know Your Poop

Know Your Poop

What exactly is poop? Well, it’s mostly just undigested food, proteins, bacteria, salts, and other substances that are produced and released by intestines. Although everyone is unique in the size, shape, and smell of their poop, there are a few things that indicate a...

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Inflammation

Inflammation

Inflammation happens in everyone, whether you’re aware of it or not. Your immune system creates inflammation to protect the body from infection, injury, or disease. There are many things you wouldn’t be able to heal from without inflammation. Sometimes with autoimmune...

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Health Benefits of Magnesium

Health Benefits of Magnesium

Magnesium is involved in hundreds of biochemical reactions in your body making it the fourth most abundant mineral in the human body. About 60% of the magnesium in your body is found in bone, while the rest is in muscles, soft tissues and fluids, including blood. One...

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Saturated Fats

Saturated Fats

Much of the confusion happens when people make generalizations about fat in the diet. Many diet books, media outlets and blogs talk about fats as though they were all the same. In reality, dozens of fats are common in the diet, and each one has a different role in the...

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Drinking With or Without Meals

Drinking With or Without Meals

​Some claim that drinking beverages with meals is bad for your digestion. Others say it can cause toxins to accumulate, leading to a variety of health issues. Naturally, you may wonder if a simple glass of water with your meal could have negative effects — or if...

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The 7th Element to Nutrition

The 7th Element to Nutrition

The first six nutrients your body needs are water, protein, carbohydrates, fat, vitamins, and minerals. There is a seventh that can be added to the list and it is Omega-3- fatty acids. Omega-3, or n-3, fatty acids, are a family of polyunsaturated fats that you must...

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Foods Before Vitamins

Foods Before Vitamins

In general, getting your nutrients from foods is better than getting them from supplements. In some cases, one serving of a food can satisfy more than 100% of your daily requirements for one or more nutrients. Kale is extremely healthy. It is one of the most...

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Waist Health

Waist Health

Your natural waistline hits at the area between the top of your hip bone and the bottom of your rib cage. Your waistline may be bigger or smaller depending on your genetics, frame size, and lifestyle habits. Measuring the circumference of your waist may help clue you...

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Gut Health

Gut Health

Here’s some news that might surprise you; your body has more bacteria than human cells. You have approximately 40 trillion bacterial cells within your system, and a mere 30 trillion human ones. Everyone carries up to two kilograms (kgs) of microbes within their gut,...

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Fat’s Not All Bad

Fat’s Not All Bad

Much of the confusion happens when people make generalizations about fat in the diet. Many diet books, media outlets and blogs talk about fats as though they were all the same. In reality, dozens of fats are common in the diet, and each one has a different role in the...

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Success Stories

This is the first eating program I’ve ever participated in and I’m so pleased with my results. I’m continuing with the next class. I lost 5.4 pounds – 3.6 fat and I feel so much, better about myself. Started at 125.01 and now 119.6. During my 12 weeks in HLS, my triglycerides went from 201 to 63. My “good” cholesterol went up 16 points and my “bad” cholesterol went down 7 points. Thanks! Cherie Walker Coppell, TXI’m so pleased with my results

Still on journey – 25 pounds down and happy!! Catherine Collins Dallas, TX25 pounds down and happy!!

Back in June of 2014 – I started out horrible over weigh, out of shape and on meds for diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure and acid reflux. 3 weeks into the first time I took the class, I was off acid reflux med, and reducing my diabetes medicine. By the end of the first time, I was down from 4 pills of Metformin to only 1. My blood sugar has evened out and is so much lower and about 3 weeks after the class, my blood work showed my cholesterol is great and my blood pressure is great andI’m down a total of 52.4 lbs.

Started at 245 lbs, now at 231 lbs – 6 weeks later. Going to 175 lbs. I was athlete in high school, professional career, behind a desk, high stress job. I had a car wreck in 2000 (rear ended), requiring back surgery. Gained a lot of weight in my 40’s & early 50’s. I need to make healthy food choice and learn to cook healthy meals and exercise regularly Mark Stewart Flower Mound, TXMaking healthier choices

Thanks for the life changing knowledge!! BK Sloan Dallas, TXLife changing knowledge!!

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