Tag Archives: obesity

What’s Next?

We’re going to do a flip from lasts week’s posts on longevity. What is current now? I admit most of our clients coming in our middle-aged women. They want to make a change. But what about the rest of the … Continue reading

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The Skinny on Obesity

For years I’ve said and believed that sugar addiction is very real (just look at obesity rates). While watching Morning Joe with my grandmother the other day I got reinforcement. The speaker was Robert Lustig. His book is Fat Chance: … Continue reading

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Cowan: Weight Loss

  Three is a number of great strength because it represents the threefold nature of the one God. In scripture it stands for a completed period of time. . Three represents the third spiritual center, the adrenal glands, the use … Continue reading

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Stat Day: We’re Fat Day

I was doing some research for my own self-imposed project and I came across some startling statistics that I would like to share. We should start out the week with a rude awakening (sorry for potentially ruining your Memorial Day … Continue reading

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Macular Degeneration: lose weight to decrease your risks

Macular degeneration is a condition often associated with aging. It is the number one cause of vision loss and blindness for those 65 and older. Over 1.75 million Americans suffer from it and this nuber is expected to double by  … Continue reading

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Low Fat Trend of the 1970s: aiding in obesity and heart disease

Today I’ve decided to continue the trend of human eating trends (light and agriculture’s effects on eating) with the low-fat trends of the 1970s that really put the nail in the coffin so to speak. In doing further research I found an … Continue reading

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