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Eat for Life: Time Restricted Eating
What if there was one simple lifestyle change that could increase your lifespan? Researchers who study the science of longevity and disease prevention have found that there is indeed one simple lifestyle pattern that can decrease the risk of cancer, heart disease, obesity, diabetes and more: don’t eat at night. It turns out that our bodies are designed
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Why am I so tired? Thyroid Issue May be the Cause
Every week people arrive at my clinic wondering if their thyroid is okay. They’ve often had their conventional doctor check their thyroid, and are told that everything is fine. However, they aren’t convinced. They feel tired, cold, achy, and gain weight easily. They have headaches, depression or constipation, all symptoms that may reflect low thyroid function. Experience has
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7 Strategies for Successful Weight Loss
#1 – Eyes on the Prize: Write down why you want to be at a healthy weight. Do you want to have less joint pain so you can play with your grandchildren? Is it so you will feel better about yourself and have less negative self-talk? Is it to have more energy? You will need compelling reasons why
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Coconut Oil for Weight Loss? Facts vs Hype
Coconut oil is being touted as the new superfood. Dr. Oz says its “the miracle fat that fights fat.” Here’s the real skinny on coconut oil and weight loss. This oil is about 50% medium chain tryglyerides, which go straight to the liver where they are burned as fuel and raise the metabolism slightly. One to two tablespoons
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Help with Cravings and Stubborn Weight
We all have trillions of bacteria, yeasts and fungi in our bodies, particularly in our intestines.  The mix of these microbes makes up our microbiome.  New research shows that this microbiome may have more to do with your weight than what you eat.  Farmers around the world have long known that feeding antibiotics to chicken and cows fattens
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How Carbs Can Trigger Food Cravings
Are all calories created equal? A new study suggests that in at least one important way, they may not be.  The New York Times reported on research showing that sugary foods and drinks, bread, and other processed carbohydrates that are known to cause abrupt spikes and falls in blood sugar appear to stimulate parts of the brain involved
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7 Low Carb Breakfast Ideas
Start your day with a low calorie breakfast that will keep you full for hours. No more mid morning carb cravings after a high carb breakfast of toast, cereal or pancakes. It’s a great way to not only lose weight, but ensure optimal energy throughout the day. 1. Egg white scramble:Just stir fry some vegetables, like tomatoe, kale,
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Weight Loss and Naturopathic Medicine
Lose Weight, Feel Great Five Part Series on Weight Loss 1) Introduction and Physical causes to weight gain – Low thyroid function  2) Physical causes of weight gain– blood sugar regulation 3) Emotional Eating 4) Nutritional Strategies for Weight Loss Success – How to Eat 5) Nutritional Strategies for Weight Loss Success – What to Eat Introduction to
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