How to Create Your Own Paleo Eating Plan
6 simple steps on how to create a paleo eating plan. Improve your health, lose weight, and increase your energy!Can You Choose Your Own Foods On Nutrisystem?
I often hear from people who are interested in the Nutrisystem diet but who first want to know what their experience might be like on a daily basis. One of the most common concerns is if you get enough variety and if you get to chose your own meals. I heard from someone who said: “I am thinking about Nutrisystem, but I like to be spontaneous with my meals. I don't want to be told what to eat and when to eat it. Do I get to pick my own foods? Or will I just have to eat what they send me with no choice about what to eat and when I eat it?” I will address these concerns below.5 Steps to Weight Loss That Actually Work
White-knuckling weight loss intentions don't work. 5 steps that need to be addressed to achieve and sustain weight loss. Diets that focus solely on weight loss are negatively driven to create inner conflict. Over eating is driven by your emotions.The Best Way To Lose Weight On Medifast
I often hear from people who want to lose weight very quickly on Medifast. Often, they are tempted to skip meals or over exercise in order to achieve these goals. They think that if they do more than is asked, then they will be rewarded with weight loss that is more or faster than what is typical. Believe me when I say that I totally understand being motivated to go all in. Once you make the hard decision to finally address your weight, it's very normal (and admiral) to want to get started right away and to want to work really hard in order to enjoy results that reflect your hard work. But I also want for you to believe me when I say that going over the top does not always get you the best results. I will tell you what I think is a better strategy below.Would Medifast Work For Someone Like Me?
I often hear from people who are interested in the Medifast diet but, perhaps because of their experiences on other diets, they have some hesitations. They worry that there is a reason that Medifast may not work for them. Perhaps they have tried other diets. Or they have some concerns about their own motivation. Or perhaps they doubt the effectiveness of diets in general.The Paleo Diet: Arthritis, Inflammation, and Food Allergies, Help, or Hype?
Everywhere you look there is a “new” weight loss, health promoting, or performance enhancing diet. “The Paleo Diet,” (Paleo: being before the agricultural revolution) created by Dr. Loren Cordain is gaining a lot of buzz. It is promoted as an anti-arthritis diet, find out if it could be the plan for you.Nutrition Requirements of Vegan Athletes
Not much research exists on the nutritional needs of vegan athletes. However, Dr. Joel Fuhrman, author of Eat to Live, published a useful paper addressing this issue.Information On Nutrisystem Power Fuels
I'm often asked about the side items that you are asked to add in with your Nutrisystem prepackaged meals. Many are confused as to which types of foods should be added. One of the food categories that I am often asked about is that of power fuels. People often want to know what they are, how often you are supposed to eat them, and how much you get to eat. I will try to address these concerns below.How Good Of A Diet Is Medifast?
I sometimes hear from people who ask me how good the Medifast diet really is. I often have to ask them to clarify. Do they mean “good” in terms of the taste of the food, or in terms of effectiveness? Are they talking about terms of ease of use? Usually, they mean a combination of all of these things. So in the following article, I'll tell you my opinion on how Medifast stacks up in these categories.The Basics of Having a Gluten-Free Diet
A gluten-free diet is the only treatment for Celiac Disease. This means dropping foods sources with gluten from the diet like pasta and bread. There is an ongoing debate whether oats contain gluten. Foods that are allowed in the diet include: beans, seeds, unprocessed nuts, fresh eggs, fresh meats, fish and poultry (not marinated or breaded), fruits and vegetables and most dairy products. Looking at this list it almost looks like one could almost eat anything and it would be gluten-free. One should remember that these foods shouldn't be mixed with grains containing gluten, additives or preservatives. Salad dressings and condiments may also have gluten. Grains and starches that are gluten-free include the following: teff, tapioca, soy, rice, sorghum, quinoa, corn and cornmeal, amaranth, arrowroot, flax, millet, potato and beanAn Overview Of How The Medifast Diet Works
I sometimes hear from people who are little unsure of how Medifast works. They are usually attracted to the idea that it is a prepackaged diet plan because it means that they don't have to cook much or plan for many meals. Nor do they have to count calories or tally points. But often what they aren't sure about is how, exactly, it works. Some common concerns are questions like: “how does this diet really work? Do they deliver the meals to you each day? How many calories does it have? How much do I get to eat? How much weight will I loose? How long do I have to be on it?” These are just a few examples. So in the following article, I will try to cover some of the more common questions that I often hear to give you a better idea of what to expect.What Types Of Medifast Packages Are Available? What Foods Are Included? How Much Do They Cost?
I sometimes hear from people who have decided to give Medifast a try but aren't sure how to go about choosing the best package for them. So in the following article, I'll go over the current Medifast packages available to help you determine which might be the best for you.