Your Scale: Friend or Foe?

Most people track their weight loss progress by rushing to the scale each morning. However, the scale may be the least effective choice for tracking your progress.

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The Skinny on Water

The Skinny on Water: Although most of us take it for granted, water is quite possibly the single most important catalyst  in losing weight and keeping it off. Water suppresses the appetite naturally and helps the body metabolize stored fat. Studies have shown that a decrease in water intake will cause fat deposits to increase, […]

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Coconut oil is the world’s most weight loss and heart friendly fat. Numerous studies have shown that diets rich in coconut oil boost metabolism, increase energy, decrease food consumption, curb cravings, lower body fat mass, reduce adipose fat stored around the abdomen, and aid in weight loss. Coconut oil is made up of MCTs (Medium Chain […]

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Losing Weight & Keeping it Off Over 50

If you’re a woman over the age of 50 . . . Over the age of 50, women are faced with changing hormones, mood swings, relentless night sweats and oftentimes weight gain, which means menopause is here. As we age weight gain shifts from the hips and thighs to the abdomen. Gaining weight around the midsection […]

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Why Calories Don’t Count

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The obsession of food calories corrupts the concept of healthy eating. Before you consider purchasing food products touting these types of labels, read on! You are putting your health and your weight loss goals in jeopardy. Here are four reasons why calories don’t count. Quality not Quantity You’re walking down the snack aisle of the […]

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