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Weight Loss 2017

Weight Loss 2017

Happy New Year! If you made a resolution to lose weight, it's time to get started now.  Here are a few tips:

1.    Define your goal –  A goal gives you a direction and final destination that can be measured.  So know your target.  Pick a weight loss goal and date and identify the purpose for losing weight.  
2.    Make a plan.  Break your goal down into chunks.  If your goal is to lose 50 pounds by June 1st, then do the math - 50 pounds divided by six months is a little over eight pounds/month.

Holiday Candy Cravings


I know people who get into trouble by eating one piece of candy.  Just a teeny taste leads to constant food cravings that can’t be satisfied.  For the next 3-4 days, the thought of candy is haunting.  And there's a strong desire for other foods too so a cycle of overeating starts that can last for weeks, packing on pounds and guilt.

What I’m referring to goes beyond craving.  For a lot of people who don’t have a ‘take it or leave it’ relationship with candy, this is a real addiction.

Healthy Happy 2016

Wishing you a great start to 2016!
 
Here are two nutrition tips from Holistic Nutrition Center to consider as you begin your healthy new year:
1.    Minerals: are a requirement from your diet.   They work with your DNA metabolism and need to be in a state of balance for proper function.   You take them in from food and eliminate them through body fluids such as sweat, urine or diarrhea.   Excess fluids leaving the body can flush minerals out.  So health-promoting fitness programs that leave you drenched, like hot yoga, for example, can produce unintentional mineral deficiencies or imbalances.

A4M Conference Notes

I just returned from the 23rd annual World Conference of the American Academy of Anti-Aging in Las Vegas.

The keynote speakers were excellent.  They demonstrated innovative ways to run a patient-centered practice.  There was the very entertaining Dr. Zubin Damania who has a clinic called Turntable Health right in Las Vegas.  You may have seen him on Youtube as ZDoggMD.  Another was Dr. Daniel Kraft who showed us the possibilities for medicine to integrate technologies with fields outside of medicine.
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