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Need to lose some weight? Many people have seen amazing changes in their body fat composition after switching to a paleo lifestyle. All while eating foods you love! You don’t have to starve yourself on tiny salads that leave you unsatisfied. A lot of people tell us they feel more satiated than ever before once eating healthy Paleo recipes. Continue reading
With so many diets and alternative food choices available on the market today, it can be difficult to figure out where to start when you want to lose a few pounds. Long-term weight loss is most effectively achieved when healthy lifestyle changes are made and maintained.
A healthy weight loss plan is as follows: Continue reading
Expensive green tea supplements have become all the rage amongst the “fad diet crew” over recent years. You have probably noticed the adverts, if not actually tried some of the supplements themselves. But while I believe green tea has fat burning qualities, I’m not so sure that expensive supplements are necessary.
For me, green tea is a delicious alternative to water. And if you’re not into hot drinks you can always serve it cold; serve it over ice for ice tea! Continue reading
The number of weight loss pills available to help you lose weight is virtually endless, from fat burners to fat blockers, from appetite suppressants to acai berry supplements; however the question is still the same; which one will help me lose weight? Continue reading
Are you suffering from arthritis? Did you know that there are natural ingredients that can cure arthritis that are right in your supermarket? It’s true. A couple of proposed natural treatments for arthritis have been proven to be successful over the years. The most common and widely used natural remedy for arthritis is the use of heat and cold to treat the disease. Continue reading
Lecithin is a phospholipid, one of the many contained in the cell membranes of all living organisms, whether plants or animals. The term is often synonymous to phosphatidyl choline (PC), which many in the scientific community use to refer to lecithin. Continue reading