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So, if you’re serious about seeing results and have a clear goal in mind, getting clued up with a few tricks of the trades from fitness experts can help optimise your results.
We’ve compiled a list of some of the best secrets and unusual tricks for losing weight and helping you look – and feel – as great as possible.
- Drinking iced lemon water will help speed up your metabolism as well as boosting your immune system, making you feel healthier all round
- Eating a banana 15 minutes after a workout will be stored as glucose – and therefore will provide useful for energy... (more)
... purchased water as for the most part the ingredients are not good for your diet. Typically you'll find some form of sugar in the top 3 ingredients.
Lemon water is particularly good for you. Did you know that if your alkaline / acid level is out of balance it is extermely difficult to lose weight? Having a less acidic body makes it much easier to lose weight as the body doesn't need to save fat to protect the cells from acide. Lemons, despite the natural conclusion to think they are acidic, actually alkalinize the body - reducing the amount of acid. This will result in your body... (more)
I got beef with childhood obesity – it’s ruining my life. My son is a bona fide fat-ass. He’s only ten years old and he already weighs almost 200 pounds. His boobs are bigger than mine! It’s gross. He’s revolting to behold, and I’m concerned for his health. He never gets any exercise, and he only eats fast food and junk food. I’ve tried to guide him into healthier habits, but when he doesn’t get what he wants he throws a fit and sits on me. Once he actually broke my rib. I’m scared of the fat little monster, so I constantly give in and continue to enable his... (more)
Researchers seem to be close to a new therapy for obesity based on results from testing they have been conducting on mice and now monkeys.
In 2004, two Cancer Biologists, Arap and Pasqualini reported that they attached a cell-killing drug to a peptide that traveled to blood vessels in fat tissue. The treatment led to weight loss in mice.
In their most recent work that was published today in Science Translational Medicine, they repeated the experiments on obese monkeys. They used the the drug on 10 rhesus monkeys and compared them with 5 in the control group.
The conclusion... (more)
... completely lay down sideways perpendicular to the car while grabbing onto the steering wheel column to hoist myself into the vehicle. It took me five minutes each time and I eventually bent the steering wheel to the point where it required an expensive repair.
My three-decade battle to lose weight consisted of an unending series of false starts and bad endings. When I do the math, I can honestly say that from 1976-2006, I lost an average of 20 lbs. per year, but the problems occurred when I gained approx. 25 lbs. back, like clockwork every year. It’s called yo-yoing and it’s worse ... (more)
As the summer weather started breaking through the morning fog in early April, I realized that summer was inevitably on its way and would soon be upon me. I let out a breathless sigh and slipped easily into daydreaming about all the wonderful activities the summer would bring: early mornings at the Sidewalk Cafe in Venice, picnicking on the white sands of Malibu, hitting my old stomping grounds in Manhattan Beach and walking the pier with a diet coke in one hand and an extra thick slice of Zeppy's pizza in the other--and then, of course, there's that sexy little two-piece bathing suit I bought... (more)
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