We’ve recently been BOMBARDED with questions about coconut oil … it is HOT and getting a ton of attention. So, being that it’s my birthday, it was time to take a day off of blogging … and repost an earlier one that will hopefully answer many of the questions that we’re getting. ___________________________________ Last week […]
Archive | July, 2011
What does it take to get in shape of your life?
The right food? Yup.
Smart exercise? For sure.
What about thoughts? If it were as easy as thinking “eat less, exercise more” we wouldn’t have the obesity epidemic we do now.
Your mind can make or break you — and knowing how to control it will change you!
A new study published in the January 2010 issue of the Journal of the American Dietetic Association just blew the roof off the accuracy of calorie counts on a lot of these foods — with one restaurant having 200% MORE calories than stated in a particular food!
Portions are out of hand. Restaurants. At home. Supersized fast food. Soft drinks. Everywhere. Portions are OUT OF HAND! I was out to eat the other night at a business meeting and the restaurant offered a 14 oz steak … that’s just shy of 1 pound of meat. And that was only the main course, […]
Sixteen food companies plan to cut the amount of salt in bacon, flavored rice and dozens of other products as part of a national effort to reduce American’s sodium consumption by 20 percent.
Following the 90/10 rule for nutrition will allow you to be successful in terms of losing fat permanently. Nutrition and fat loss will be easy when you use this rule and make sure you are on track most of the time.
I’m not talking about Santa Clause, the Easter Bunny or the Toothfairy. I’m talking about yourself. Do you believe in YOU? We were recently doing a Facebook chat for Fitness Magazine. All sorts of questions came up specifically about nutrition, weight loss, etc. But peppered throughout — pretty frequently — there was a lot of […]
I was recently on the road — up in Saskatoon Canada to learn all about canola oil (the majority of it is grown in that region). Whenever we’re on the road, we always plan ahead and pack easy, portable foods — nuts, packets of salmon, durable fruit, etc. But if in a major pinch, sometimes […]