Eat REAL Food

Eat REAL Food

Real food is whole, single-ingredient food. It is mostly unprocessed, free of chemical additives, and rich in nutrients. In essence, it's the type of food human beings ate exclusively for thousands of years.Unprocessed animal and plant foods provide the vitamins and...

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Coffee Yes or No?

Coffee Yes or No?

Pros: Black coffee — without any additional ingredients — is very low in calories and may help you achieve a healthy weight. By itself, coffee is a very-low-calorie beverage. In fact, 1 cup (240 ml) of brewed coffee has only 2 calories. However, coffee only contains...

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Supplements that Help Lower Blood Sugar

Supplements that Help Lower Blood Sugar

Cinnamon supplements are either made from whole cinnamon powder or an extract. Many studies suggest it helps lower blood sugar and improves diabetes control. Cinnamon may help your body’s cells better respond to insulin. In turn, this allows sugar into your cells,...

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10 Things to Prevent Overeating

10 Things to Prevent Overeating

Know Your Weaknesses: Pinpointing which foods you have a particularly hard time limiting can help you decrease your chances of overeating. Make these foods harder to obtain by not keeping them in the house or buying them when you are shopping. Don’t Ban All Your...

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How to Take Protein

How to Take Protein

When it comes to essential nutrients, protein sits atop the list. It's a jack of all trades with many roles in the body. Protein is a source of energy, can help repair damaged tissue, is essential for growth, and plays a role in preventing infection and disease. Here...

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The Importance of Magnesium

The Importance of Magnesium

Magnesium is a mineral vital for the proper functioning of your body. Magnesium is the fourth most abundant mineral in your body, and your body can’t work properly without it. The nutrient is essential for hundreds of metabolic processes and many other important...

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Hormones and Your Body

Hormones and Your Body

There are 9 major hormones that affect weight gain and weight loss. Insulin, leptin, Ghrelin, Cortisol, Estrogen, Neuropeptide Y (NPY), Glucagon - Like Peptide - 1 (GLP-1), Cholecystokinin (CCK), Peptide YY (PYY). Three of the most known players are insulin, leptin,...

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Importance of Your Liver

Importance of Your Liver

The liver is your body’s largest internal organ. It’s responsible for more than 500 different functions in the body. One of these functions is detoxifying and neutralizing toxins. Some repair is possible, but like damaging your skin, damage to other organs in your...

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Why You Could be Hungry!

Why You Could be Hungry!

There are many reasons you could cause you to be hungry. Lack of Protein: Protein plays an important role in appetite control by regulating your hunger hormones. Eating more protein regularly will decrease regular hunger. Lack of Sleep: Sleep deprivation is known to...

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Helpful Vitamins

Helpful Vitamins

1. B vitamins: The B vitamins include: thiamine (B-1), riboflavin (B-2), niacin (B-3), pantothenic acid (B-5), pyridoxine (B-6), biotin (B-7), folate (B-9), cobalamin (B-12). These vitamins are essential for a fully functioning metabolism. The main function of the B...

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Success Stories

This is my second time attending the class and I learned a lot of new information. I am now on a good path to living a healthy lifestyle that I can sustain. Tiffaney Clark Fort Worth, TXOn a good path

"In November of 2012 I weighed 297 pounds--my diet was unhealthy, my energy level was low and my body was starting to show the effects of a lifetime of poor eating habits. I grew used to fat jokes, having to hold my breath to tie my shoes and feeling uncomfortable in small seats in theaters and stadiums. I expected people to avoid sitting next to me on airplanes. I resigned to the fact that I would probably not live a long life and that I would likely have health issues related to my weight for many years. Sadly and selfishlyJeff Tasker

My name is Megan Stewart. I have struggled with my weight for 4 years now and I have been on and off diet programs but now I feel like I have the knowledge to lose weight and actually know and understanding what I am doing to my body! I have not weight this less since my freshman year! Maggie Stewart Flower Mound, TXNow I have the knowledge

I have not completed my journey but no longer feel like a stranger in my body. The bloating and muscle aches are gone and my clothes feel loose instead of like a sausage casing. I plan to continue to follow the program to achieve my goal body fat %. My BP and cholesterol are on the high side of normal so I want to control them without medication. I want to lower them using the program. Ellen Diers Coppell, TXNo longer a stranger in my own body

When I started I had a pretty good base knowledge of what was healthy and what wasn’t. i used to be able to lose weight easily, but I’m now 38 and it is so much harder. This program was a jump start of me getting back into super shape! I lost 7.4 pounds and 6.2 of those were fat! I will continue to use the knowledge I learned from here forward. Shannon O’Brien Lantana, TXThis program was a jump start of me getting back into super shape!

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