Friday, August 21, 2009

Overeating Is a Very Pricy Addiction

Overeating increases the risk of many health problems, including heart attacks–obesity causes 14% of attacks suffered by males and 20% of those suffered by females, the National Institute for Health says, and less than a third of adults get regular exercise. The bulk of the $107 billion is the direct cost to treat heart disease, osteoarthritis, hypertension, gall bladder disease and cancer.

I want to ask you what do you think?
Is just a point of view or reality?

What I found out is that if you have different overview and a plan from an expert how to eat and what to eat you may end up learning to change the way you think.

Check out my friend Kardena and her "Easy Veggie Meal Plans"

Tuesday, August 18, 2009


Over the past 19 years I have helped thousands of my clients transform
their bodies.
In my opinion your mind is the most important element when it comes
to getting in shape or losing weight or reach a goal.

What do you believe?

If you tell yourself you will always "struggle" with weight loss, you will. You're right.

If you believe you are "too busy" to exercise and things aren't going to change.
You won't make the time - you WILL be too busy.

If you believe you are "too tired" to get up and exercise or to go to eat you will be too tired.


"Change The Way You Think"

Think about your own life. A UCLA (Boo I am a Penn State and USC fan) study showed that kids heard the word "no" over FOUR HUNDRED times each day.
Think that influences their thoughts? Of course.
For instance, when things go wrong, instead of criticizing yourself, work on focusing on the positive, your strengths, and talents.

Try reframing your thoughts:
Instead of: "I can't be successful at weight loss, I have tried so many times in the past-I just wish I looked like my friends."
Try: "I am in complete control of my body and fueling it with the most nutritious foods that will allow me to feel even better and lose fat."
Imagine thinking THAT each morning vs. the first statement!
We simply need a mindset shift.
Our minds play funny games and it's often because of the continual negative messages we hear and the blame we put on others. But in reality, no one can "fix" you, but you.
But just like you are in control of the foods you put into your body, to fuel your muscles, cells, etc, think of the messages you read and hear as fuel for your brain.
Your brain needs the right fuel too.
Feed it junk, and you'll have junky thoughts.

In the mind time I recommend to check out this alternative to get healthy eating Veggies and discover that for some people this can make a easy way to stick to your fitness and weight loss goals.
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Tuesday, August 11, 2009

I want to get "FAT"

I think is time to let it all go and get in to it....

What if I say to you that I gained 90 pounds in
6 months so that I could empathize with my
clients and understand obesity better?

What would you think about me?

Go ahead and check out this story and video
on the blog and then leave your comments


But you can always get a free work out on me and start burning fat before you go to far and end up like him.
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Wednesday, August 5, 2009


Attention! –If your goal is to boost your metabolism, shed fat and achieve results in the shortest time possible.

Is this you? listen up and get ready, this are the Top 3 Mistakes you are making that can destroy your metabolism, zap your energy and keep your body soft and flabby like JELLO.

1- Hours of Cardio?

Cardio is not the end-all be-all solution to fat loss. Working longer
and harder will not help you lose fat – in fact it can make you store
more fat! We have gotten hung up on the notion of "calories burned".
This causes us to obsessively look for ways to increase calorie burn
in the hopes that we are also burning more fat. Unfortunately you are
only risking the loss of muscle and receive little to no increase in
your metabolism once you stop.

Besides, why would you want to torture yourself with the unnerving
thoughts of minutes needed to burn fat? What if you miss a day or eat
too much? My buddy Craig Ballantyne refers to this punishment as the
"Cardio Confessional". We've all done it, but what results has this
habit rendered?

It's not how many calories you can burn per exercise, but how many
calories you burn 24-7. You already possess the most powerful fat
burner – your muscle! So why punish yourself and risk the loss of your
fat burning potential? Toss the notion of long bouts of cardio out the
window. INTENSITY is the KEY to getting the most out of your cardio in
the least amount of time. So revamp your cardio program with new,
energizing short burst intervals!

2- Target the Trouble Spots?

Jennifer Garner's toned arms and Fergie's fab abs is not created by
some "magic:" exercise that mysteriously melts fat off a particular
area of the body. It is time to banish the "Spot Reduction Myth" once
and for all.

There simply is no "one" exercise that acts like a "magic eraser" to
rid your body parts of unsightly fat. That's not how the body works.
If you want to loose fat, you instead need to challenge all of the
muscles in your body to boost your metabolism, so you lose fat all

When it comes to fat loss, isolated, shaping exercises are a waste of
your time. Just because you "feel the burn" does not mean you ARE
burning the fat. One of the most effective ways in which to maximize
your fat-burning potential is through full body, short burst
resistance training. By working several muscle groups at once, short
burst resistance training saves time, skyrockets your energy levels
and incinerates fat and calories.

3- "I don't want to get bulky; I just want to get toned"

Think about what you are saying here. Toned, simply means you
have shed the fat that once covered your muscles – so we can see your
muscle definition. Muscle gives your body a lean, tight shape.

No you will not bulk up like a man. Women simply do not have enough
testosterone to get "bulky" nor, typically do they spend enough time
with weights to look anything other than lean, toned and firm. The
only reason some women feel like they look bulky is because they have
excess body fat while building muscle, but are not eating in a way
that supports fat loss.

Plus, muscle takes up less space than fat. The quickest way to drop a
jean size is to incorporate short burst resistance training into your
fitness routine.

If muscle makes you cringe, then you need to get used to a thin, soft,
flabby body. For lean, toned, fit bodies have low body fat and a lot
of lean muscle.

Instead of working hours on end month after month for little if any
results, try eliminating these fitness faux pas from your program and
start letting your body work for you to achieve your fat loss goals.
Get Advice from an fitness expert so you'll know what to do for body.

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Here's what one of my friends told me happened in a very popular coffee shop.

A buddy of mine was in there, and we were commenting on how we see a lot of unhealthy people ordering a Venti Frappuccino with whip cream. Care to guess how many calories are in one of those?
590 calories and 22 grams of fat. This is for the Mint Mocha Chip flavor.
In fact, a recent study out of the University of North Carolina concluded that we consume 450 calories a day from beverages, nearly twice as many as 30 years
ago. That translates to an extra 23 pounds in a year which we either have to work off, or we carry around with us.
Here are 3 of the worst frozen coffee drinks you can get, even worse that the frappuccino. I found these while reading Mens Health.
In first place - an Oreo® ‘n Cookies Cappuccino Blast® from Dairy Queen packs 950 calories and 37 grams of fat.
Coming in second place is the large Caramel Blast at Au Bon Pain, with a whopping 760 calories and 21 grams of fat.
And not far behind is the large Frozen Mocha at Panera, which will set you back 670 calories and 26 grams of fat.
So if you get one of these, you are still technically eating (or drinking) vegetarian. But you’re not going to be a healthy vegetarian with those drinks.

But I’ve got a better alternative solution for you for a healthy frozen morning drink. This comes from Craig Ballantyne’s

It’s a Berry Protein Smoothie

1 cup blueberries
1 cup strawberries
1 cup spinach
1 tsp flax oil
1 cup almond milk
20 grams protein powder

You can get lots of recipies and more ways to enjoy a frozen drink as well healthy veggie meal plans at EASY VEGGIE MEAL PLANS

Monday, August 3, 2009


When most folks think of vegetarian foods, they think of naturally healthy meals and men and women with vibrant energy. But did you know that there are dozens of so-called “health foods” that vegetarians eat that are downright unhealthy – and can even cause you to gain fat fast?
I’ve been a vegetarian for 5 years now, and I learned a lot of lessons about these “healthy” foods the hard way – so that you don’t have to make the same mistakes I made.

How does that make sense?
In fact, every single meal in the latest nutrition book is stuffed with bland chicken breasts and factory-farmed meat, as well as foods proven to be associated with CANCER such as nasty high-sodium deli meats and greasy foods like bacon, ham, and sausage.
From doctors like Atkins to meathead bodybuilders, meat has been marched through mainstream media as the cure for obesity. But it’s NOT!
In fact, the so-called “cure” is really part of the cause!
You need look no further than the average McDonald’s meal to discover the “Obesity Axis of Evil”.
It has it all. Deadly trans-fats in the French fries washed down with diabetes-inducing sugar, and all alongside factory-farmed (and often tainted!) meat that can cause everything from deadly E. coli outbreaks to diarrhea to cancer.

What I discovered is the "shocking true about vegetarian diets" and I came out with 10 Vegetarian Foods Not to Eat on a Weight Loss Diet!
I put in a Free ebook to share with the world and help all the veggie people who want to live healthier.

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