Posted by: Rhona Reid On February 20, 2020 2:54 am
Extreme and controversial, yet successful, say fans of the HCG diet. Its M.O. is extreme calorie restriction – followers eat only 500 -750 calories per day – and self-administered drops or injections of the hormone Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG).
Let’s take a closer look at the least fun-sounding – but apparently effective – diet plan on the market, and learn how a water ionizer that produces molecular hydrogen can boost the success of the HCG diet.
Like many of us, are you hoping to shift those last few stubborn pounds before summer? Yes? Would you like the bad news first? Sure, let’s get it out of the way. Well, there’s only a couple of weeks left. The good news? We’re here to help – and fast!
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Check out our five-point plan to feeling and looking fabulous by the time that summer officially begins!
Eat Clean. That means eating fresh, whole foods and cutting out anything processed or laden with added fats, sugar and salt. Many people find that by eating a wholefood diet, they shed weight without counting a single calorie!
Posted by: William Poole On November 20, 2015 9:00 am
Ever crave a juicy hamburger or creamy bite of cheese? How about nachos with sour cream or a Caesar salad with croutons? Sometimes our cravings get the best of us, but they don’t have to.
It is possible to eat the foods that you enjoy while maintaining your health. One of the best ways to accomplish the feat is to use creative, healthy food substitutes in your favorite dishes. Here are five scrumptious and healthy examples of food substitute ideas.
Eat This, Not That!
Avocado for Cheese or Butter
Avocados are a unique fruit that are packed with heart healthy monounsaturated fats (aka “good” fats). In contrast, dairy products come with a substantial amount of artery clogging saturated fats. Next …
According to an article in The Telegraph, researchers at the University of Westminster say that watching horror movies can help you burn the caloric equivalent of a small chocolate bar.
Films which make the audience jump in terror are the best calorie burners. Dr. Richard Mackenzie, senior lecturer and specialist in cell metabolism and physiology at the University, explains why. “As the pulse quickens and blood pumps around the body faster, the body experiences a surge in adrenaline. It is this release of fast acting adrenaline, produced during short bursts of intense stress (or in this case, brought on by fear), which is known to lower the appetite, increase the Basal Metabolic Rate and ultimately burn …