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Intermittent Fasting

November 11, 2012

Intermittent fasting is a term used to describe changes in feeding/eating patterns. There are many possible variations in temporal patterns. Not only the timing of feeding but the composition of the foods that are eaten dictate the responses of the body to the various fasting patterns. Ultimately, the changes at the cellular level determine what […]

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More on Bulking Up

November 11, 2012

Bulking up is the idea tha if you want to build muscle you must also fatten up at the same time and then you would enter into a weight loss period. But in the end you would end up exactly where you were with no net muscle gain.

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Carbohydrates and Saturated Fat

November 11, 2012

Eating saturated fat and carbohydrates together creates problems and it is the carbohydates that make the fat bad because they create an environment in which both the fat and the carbohydrates get stored as fat.

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Weight Training Tips

October 28, 2012

Weight training tips will help you get the most out of your workouts by defining specific steps you must take to maximize your sessions. There is a ton of advice out there on training and diet to attain ideal reuslts. There is not just one way to do it as many methods will work.

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Calorie Revisit

October 18, 2012

The never-ending belief that people just eat 800, 1,000, 1,200 calories can’t lose weight is likely the most common misconception in weight control. In Poland during WW II the Germans imprisoned Polish Jews in the city of Warsaw. This was the Warsaw Ghetto. Drs.kept miticulous records. The daily calorie intake was 600-800 per day. This […]

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Fat Burning and Biochemistry Control: How it Really Works

October 16, 2012

Fat Burning is a process dictated by specific and well-understood biochemical pathways. But what people talk about are not these facts but their own speculations which just gets them into a lot of trouble and leads to making many dietary mistakes. I read some of the comments posted on my videos, particulary on the one […]

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Healthy Eating 2012: All the Experts Still Have it Wrong

January 2, 2012

.The United States and developing nations of the world are now experiencing an unparalleled rise in the incidence of chronic, aging-related degenerative diseases. These diseases are a cluster of pathologies with common causes.One name that’s often used to describe the relationship between these diverse diseases is Metabolic Syndrome or Syndrome X.

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Avoid Glucose if You Want to Be Healthy

November 30, 2011

Ask anyone who has an opinion about healthy eating and the first thing they’ll tell you is to stay away from meat and fat and eat more fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. They know nothing about the dangers of glucose or blood glucose. They have no idea about glycation and glycated proteins which occurs when […]

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Glucose Binds to Your Body Proteins Forming Glycated Proteins

November 30, 2011

Glucose is an unhealthy, disease-causing sugar. All carbohydrate containing foods digest to glucose or blood sugar. What is glucose? It’s one of the most dangerous food substances on the planet. Sadly, few people know this and believe that glucose is good to eat.

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