Anti Inflammatory Foods

Anti Inflammatory Foods

Inflammation can be caused by consuming typical unhealthy foods such as fried foods, refined flours and sugars, synthetic sweeteners, hormone and antibiotic-laden animal products, and artificial food additives. Some inflammation fighting foods include: Raw Oats: Raw...

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Anti Inflammatory Foods

What Is Inflammation?

Inflammation is a bodily response triggered by the immune system to alert the body of danger and attempt to fix the issue. Reducing inflammation can be done by adding some anti-inflammatory foods like: Blueberries: Blueberries are part of the flavonoid family, which...

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Anti Inflammatory Foods

Bedtime Aid

Melatonin is a hormone the body produces when it prepares itself for sleep. Its a neurohormone produced by the pineal glands in the brain. It’s also used as a sleep aid when necessary and the over the counter supplement helps you fall asleep, improves sleep quality,...

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Anti Inflammatory Foods

Dangerous Foods

Sprinkles are made of sugar, partially hydrogenated vegetable oil, artificial colors, and carnauba wax. They are basically flavored edible candles. Skip the sprinkles and add cacao nibs, coconut shavings, or slivered almonds. Cool Whip seems like the perfect topper...

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Anti Inflammatory Foods

Not So Good Agave

Tequila from Mexico is made from the agave plant. When we buy agave nectar in the store we are actually buying the syrup. In its natural form agave nectar has some health benefits from fructans that help with metabolism and insulin. When overly processed fructans are...

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Anti Inflammatory Foods

What am I Eating?

Canned Coffee contains more sugar and less caffeine than what you get from black coffee. Some brands can have around 53 grams of sugar and only 77 milligrams of caffeine. Go for a regular cold brew instead. Water enhancer change it from being just water into something...

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Anti Inflammatory Foods

You Love it But it Doesn’t Love You!

Dried fruit snacks. You would think they aren’t that bad for you, but you would be wrong. They have sulfites, added sugars or fruit juice infusions, and vegetable oil. Sulfites are used to keep prepared foods fresh. With the fruit being dried it has a higher...

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Anti Inflammatory Foods

Well…Shouldn’t Eat that Anymore

Chips Ahoy! Cookies have the top 4 unhealthy ingredients that are found everywhere. Partially hydrogenated cottonseed oil, high fructose corn syrup, artificial flavor, and caramel color. There are 11 grams of sugar per serving and that more than anyone needs from a...

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Anti Inflammatory Foods

It’s Really What?

Candy is the word that really stands for artificial coloring, added sugar, and saturated fats just to start. In some cases, like in M&Ms, there is yellow number 5 & 6. In Europe artificial colors are banned or have labels stating that: “May have an adverse effect on...

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Anti Inflammatory Foods

Would You still Eat it?

Frozen pies are full of trans fats that are usually made by partially hydrogenated soybean oil. Trans fats hold many dangers to the heart. FDA labeling requirements for trans fats are so low that a company can use up to .49 grams per serving and still be able to claim...

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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

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.

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!

"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

I have really enjoyed and learned so much the past 6 weeks. HLS has changed my life as well as my family in regards to food choices. We have lost our taste for sugar, bread & desserts. We drink water all day & our cabinets are stocked with vitamins & protein shakes instead of cookies & chips. I treasure the workbook & find myself reviewing it every night. I haven’t reached my goal yet but with Tammara & Jimmie’s encouragement I know I’ll get there. They have inspired me to stick with it. When I got stuck, they corrected meHLS has changed my life

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