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Healthy Eating Habits Diet Primer

Why Healthy Eating Habits?

 

Why don’t 95% of diets work?  Why do people gain more weight after dieting, causing a “bigger” problem than it was originally?

 

When you diet, your metabolism slows down. Your body has a mind of its own. It wants to protect you, so not understanding what you want to do, it thinks for itself. The deprivation mode you go into causes your body to stop burning calories. It thinks you are in starvation mode, so it protects what you already have. Everything slows down and you are left at square one. (more…)

Healthy Eating Habits Counters To Help You Lose Weight – Free Templates!


Let’s do some simple calculations of what it takes to lose weight with healthy eating habits. We’ll use some online tools at first, but down at the bottom of this post, I will include links to some nifty excel templates that can do all the calculations for you! (more…)

Healthy Eating Habits Diet

What’s the healthy way to lose weight without being bored to death with bland, cardboard food? Can you lose weight by just having healthy eating habits?

 

Eating healthy is not only good for you, but good for your waistline as well. This is because many healthy foods fill you up and satisfy you to the point that you don’t need all the junk. the funny thing is, the more you eat healthy, the less you miss the junk!

 

We’ll discuss why this happens, and how to make this work for you.

 

Also, please read this

How To Eat Healthy – Where To Start???

It’s all a bit overwhelming isn’t it?

 

People ask, “Where do I start”?
“How can I begin to eat healthy when I am addicted to junk”?
“How do I know what’s specifically right for me“?

 

The answers are easier than you think…

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Healthy Foods To Eat

Looking for a specific food for a specific need? Looking to experience a new gastronomic experience? What are the best healthy foods to eat?

 

There are certain foods called “Superfoods” that are being hailed as cure-alls. Some of them actually do a good job of helping us stay healthy. Others are more questionable. But there are a myriad of foods that can help prevent disease, lift our spirits, keep our weight at optimal levels, heal us and make us well.

 

We’ll also get into foods that are quick to prepare, so you’re not in the kitchen all day, and can get your work done, or get out and have fun.

 

We’ll examine them here.

 

Meanwhile, please read this

 

 

How To Eat Healthy – A Primer

Need to just get started?  (Newbies start here!)

 

Yes, If you’re new to eating healthy, organics, or just -a -bit- confused and looking for clarity, this section is for you.

 

“Where do I start”?
“How can I begin to eat healthy when I am addicted to junk”?
“How do I know what’s specifically right for me“?

 

We’ll explore this here…

 

Oh, and don’t worry about spending all day cooking. It’s E-A-S-Y!

 

Eating Healthy Fast & Easy!

No time to cook? The worst cook ever???

 

Many people have the misconception that eating healthy is a pain. You have to spend all day shopping, chopping, cooking, cleaning. It’s easier to order a pizza!

 

True..and false. Some foods do take some prep time, but I’ve got some tricks for you to cut down on prep time, and some quick food you can make that’s good for you. Some can be had right out of the package.

 

Your search has ended. And have I got the foods for you! We’ll (briefly!) discuss saving time on healthy eating for you and the fam right here…

Why Exercise? How Newton’s Laws Of Physics Can Help Us Understand

There are a lot of great reasons to exercise. I’ll get to our good buddy on the left in a moment, but first the obvious benefits…

 

Exercise helps you with managing your weight. For obvious reasons, you burn calories as you move, so even a little bit can help.

 

It also raises HDL (good cholesterol) in the body, and at the same time actually lowers LDL (bad cholesterol). This nice mix decreases your risk of cardiovascular disease.
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An Ounce Of Prevention Is Worth A Pound Of Cure

I’ve been thinking about this lately — there’s something about old sayings.

 

Regardless of how cheesy they seem, if they didn’t have any validity to them, they wouldn’t continue to live on after hundreds of years. If they were just old wives tales that were obsolete, they’d have disappeared from modern culture, yet they persist, which leads me to believe that they have merit. (more…)