Most of us already know that a strict diet and regular exercise routine (and genetics) are the key ingredients for weight management and optimal health but few of us know how to maintain it all. Well, you get out of something – what you put into it, right?
Danish researchers found that women consuming low glycemic index meals showed lower post–meal levels of blood sugar, insulin and hunger compared to women who ate high glycemic index meals.
We are genetically programmed to thrive on the caveman diet, but modern processed food diets promote cardiovascular disease, obesity, diabetes and cancer.
Eating a modified Paleolithic diet may very well be the key to reducing many of the chronic illnesses and diseases of the 20th century, including obesity, heart disease, stroke and diabetes.
In the never-ending quest for washboard abs, pecs that will stretch a T-shirt, tight tummies and buns, quads/hams that will make it not so embarrassing to wear shorts, we all want to know the diet and supplement secrets to achieve this elusive state of body.
We all want to be fit, strong and lean, and that takes fueling your body to have more energy to train harder and build muscle, and then burn off the fat. On the other hand, if your order of priorities is reversed and being lean is your primary goal, then some new ideas about exercising on an empty fuel tank may speed up the process for you.
Within the United States of America’s Declaration of Independence’s hallowed words is a statement that makes the remainder of the decree necessary and indisputable: “All men are created equal.” Equality is conceptual, as we are all physically unique.
Summer is here and suddenly life seems like a Kevin Bacon movie from the ’80s. People look up as they stroll along sidewalks and enjoy the feeling of a little sun on their faces. In parks, on the beach and inside the gym, tank tops and shorts replace wool sweaters and heavy pants. In the season of exposed skin, rolls and dimples aren’t easily hidden, making fat loss and toning major— though delayed, priorities.
Diets....spring is not that far off (does not seem like it but its true) and with the first sun rays we will also get the newest, hottest and best diet of "insert here" 2014, all times, this side of the equator and so on.
Our natural genetic makeup allows us to use fuels optimally and efficiently, which makes us energetic, lean, physically fit, and sexually dynamic. We run into problems when we eat and move differently than we are programmed through millions of years of evolution.
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