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5 fats that make you lean

Posted by on Nov 17, 2017 in food, heart, nutrition, obesity, weightloss | Comments Off on 5 fats that make you lean

A moderate amount of fat in your diet will help you lose weight, feel full longer, and avoid bingeing. Today I want to talk to you about fats. A lot of people think that to lose weight you need to cut the fat out of your meals. This thinking seems reasonable since fat is higher in calories than protein and carbohydrates and low fat diets are very popular. But this thinking is wrong. Research shows that there are a lot of advantages to eating “good fats.” A moderate amount of fat in your diet will help you lose weight, feel full longer, and avoid bingeing. The trick of course is to eat healthy fats. So here are five of the best fats you should be eating on a regular basis. 1. Fish Fish like salmon, albacore tuna, herring, mackerel,...

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The Health Benefits of Red Wine

Posted by on May 25, 2017 in food, heart, nutrition, obesity, research | Comments Off on The Health Benefits of Red Wine

more proof that moderate red wine consumption is healthy. Red wine contains nutrients called polyphenols. For the past several years there have been reports about the health benefits of drinking red wine.  Here is more proof that moderate red wine consumption is healthy. Red wine contains nutrients called polyphenols.  And while some health conscious people take nutritional supplements to get these grape compounds, recent research is showing that the best way to get these nutrients is to drink red wine. The reason for this is red wine contains the entire group of polyphenol nutrients, a group that has been shown to work much better synergistically.  Nutritional supplements on the other hand do not contain the entire group of polyphenols. One cool thing to know is that new research from the University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine is showing...

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new book authored By Dr Trosclair

Posted by on Apr 25, 2017 in book, exercise, headache, nutrition, obesity, weightloss | Comments Off on new book authored By Dr Trosclair

Improve your health, one step at a time! We all want to be healthy. We all want to avoid nasty diseases which will slow us down or even prematurely end our lives, but most of us tend to look for the quick fix.  Fad diets, crash exercise courses and all manner of crazy weight loss programs mean that people may feel better in the short term, but are unable to maintain it. Now, with Today’s Choices, Tomorrow’s Health: Small Steps to Improve Health, Food Choices and Exercise, there is a book which revolutionizes the way you should be approaching your wellbeing. Divided into three sections, the book examines the three things which are the keys to good health: • Our overall health • Eating the right foods • Making sure you exercise Complete with 12 Health Hacks, plus 11...

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Don’t Skip Breakfast – Here’s Why…

Posted by on Oct 3, 2016 in children, nutrition, obesity, research | Comments Off on Don’t Skip Breakfast – Here’s Why…

Skipping breakfast for teens may lead to obesity Stop snacking on junk and eat a protein and fat rich breakfast, in moderation Do you eat breakfast every morning? Or do you skip breakfast to “save” those calories? A recent study confirms that you should be eating breakfast if you don’t want to gain weight. According to the largest study to follow the breakfast habit of teens, those who skipped the breakfast meal were 5 pounds heavier on average than those who ate the morning meal.  They also ate less healthy during the day and exercised less frequently. Unfortunately, the obesity rate for adolescents has tripled over the past 20 years, and this may be one of the contributing reasons. The bottom line here is the teens who skip breakfast are more likely to be obese Click To Tweet . ...

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