“You do have to eat less to maintain that weight if you’ve been heavy,” said Dr. Cho Source: Is It Harder to Lose Weight When You’re Older? – The New York Times No NO NO! It’s not about eating less. It’s about eating differently. It’s about learning how to become a fat burner rather thanContinue reading “Is It Harder to Lose Weight When You’re Older?”
I’ve been recommending intensity and interval training for well over a decade. Here is yet another study showing its benefits, specifically as we age.
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What if many symptoms you think of as common and inevitable could be eliminated? They can….
They avoided simple carbs, gluten and processed foods. They increased their fish intake, took yoga and meditated. They were instructed to take melatonin, get adequate sleep, incorporate vitamin B-12, vitamin D-3 and fish oil. and guess what: It worked! These are the same principles I teach clients every day in my work. (other than melatoninContinue reading “UCLA study: Non-drug treatment may reverse memory loss in Alzheimer’s patients | abc7news.com”
When you wake up feeling great, stay clear-minded and productive all day, and sleep soundly each night, the world is your oyster! Here’s how
Incorporating coconut oil into your diet might be one of the healthiest nutritional changes you can choose. Here’s how, and why.
Somehow, we seem to have signed on to the idea that falling apart and breaking down physically is an integral and inevitable part of life. I’ve had clients as young as 30 come into my office believing it was normal for them to feel increasingly lousy at their age. Please don’t believe it! While noContinue reading “You Don’t Have to Live with it!”
Hormonal imbalance? Digestive distress? Creeping weight gain? Somehow, we seem to have signed on to the idea that falling apart and breaking down physically is inevitable. Please don’t believe it!
Are we really so ill-designed that we now need pharmaceuticals to function and survive? Is there no alternative to our bodies breaking down so terribly, long before we’re done using them? Is being and staying healthy so uncommon it’s no longer “normal”? My answer is a resounding NO!