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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Common Mistakes Made in Weight Loss

Common Mistakes Made in Weight Loss

1. Only Focusing on the Scale Weight: Many factors can affect scale weight, including fluid fluctuations, muscle mass gain and the weight of undigested food. You may be losing body fat even if the scale reading doesn't change much. 2. Eating Too Many or Too Few...

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You Don’t Have to Fear Carbs

You Don’t Have to Fear Carbs

Carbs are now accused of causing weight gain, heart disease, and various other problems — just as fat once was. It’s true that junk foods tend to be high in carbs — particularly refined carbs — and that low-carb diets can be incredibly beneficial, especially for...

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Real Numbers that Matter

Real Numbers that Matter

There is more to being healthy then just the number on the scale. BMR Basal Metabolic Rate uses your muscle mass to gauge your healthy caloric needs, but even that's not foolproof as calories are not equal. Your body type, age group, and muscle mass can change the...

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6 Natural Ways to Balance Your Hormones

6 Natural Ways to Balance Your Hormones

Hormones have profound effects on your mental, physical and emotional health. These chemical messengers play a major role in controlling your appetite, weight and mood, among other things. 1. Eat Enough Protein at Every Meal Consuming an adequate amount of protein is...

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I have gained so much information about eating properly. I am still in the process of learning what is more adequate for me because there are some foods that trigger my inflammation due to RA but hopefully I will take again and get more knowledge and way food interacts with RA. Thanks for the class it is good to know there is place to go to learn about proper nutrition. Zoila Basler Southlake, TXI’ve gain so much information

My weight was out of control, and our company offered a program that sounded like it would be easy to follow. Also, there were a lot of people that signed up for it, so I knew it would be easier for me to stay on this program. My expectations are to lose at least 50 lbs. on this program. I have not completed all the steps yet but have made it halfway in my weight loss goal. I will continue on to meet my goals. It’s a GREAT program, and if you follow it, you can be very successful inTiffany Rogers

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.

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

My name is Haley Harris and when I hit 200 lbs., I decided I need to make a change. My mom started Healthy Lifestyle Secrets and I started just following her. I did well and so we decided to do Healthy Lifestyles Secrets as a team at work. During this process I have learned a lot. I began taking calcium, multivitamins, pro-biotics and now I stopped taking Ampeih altogether. I am going to continue to do Healthy Life Styles Secrets and become healthier version of me!! Haley Harris Dallas, TX Becoming a healthier version of me!

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