4 Things to Add To Your Daily Routine To Help with Weight Loss

You asked… and I answered! Here’s some simple things that you can structure into your day to help with weight loss.

  1. Drink more water. Sounds simple, but many people consume more calories than they need per day from beverages such as energy drinks, fruit juices, and sports drinks. Omitting “liquid calories” can have a major impact on weight loss.
  2. Manage stress. Unmanaged stress can lead to overeating or “emotional eating”. When we are under stress our bodies release cortisol, our fight or flight hormone. Cortisol makes our bodies more insulin resistant and blocks the process responsible for fat burning.
  3. Elevate your heart rate. Aim to do some sort of activity each day at an elevated heart rate for at least 20 mins. A brisk walk, taking the stairs, playing a favorite sport are all good ways to do this.
  4. Eat more. Yes, that’s right I said eat MORE. Many people don’t eat enough or frequently enough. This can force your...
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Diabetes Weight Loss: 7 Best Ways to Burn Fat Fast

diabetic weight loss Jul 03, 2019

There are many ways to lose weight FAST, however, many of these ways may leave you feeling hungry and dissatisfied. 

Life stressors may act as emotional triggers that can lead to emotional eating, "falling off the wagon", and a pattern of false starts. 

I believe that the best way to approach weight loss is to look at the "small picture", get micro. Forget about the long term and simply break your day up into small 2-hour blocks that I like to call "micro goals". 

I believe that micro goals are the key to major achievement. Don’t worry about tomorrow, next week, or next month - just focus on the immediate.

Setting and achieving micro goals are small wins that we can celebrate. This helps to keep us motivated and on track working towards our end results. 

When focusing too much on the bigger picture it is easy to have small slips here and there, when compounded, sabotage the major goal.

Here are 7 simple micro goals the will help you to achieve major...

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10 Signs You're Addicted to Food (and What You Can Do About It)

Millions and millions of people all over the world are struggling, and are totally unaware of the fact that they've become addicted. Addicted to something that's purposely added in almost every processed food- sugar.

Just like any other addictive substance, sugar acts on the reward center of the human brain.

When this area of the brain is stimulated, it floods the brain with dopamine and endorphins. This causes you to feel happy, joyous, energized, awake, and free from all aches and pains.

But, as you know, what goes up must come down. This is the blood sugar roller coaster.

Many sugar addicts find themselves trapped in a vicious cycle. The cycle of suffering I call it. Binging on food, feeling guilty and shameful about the binge, and then binging again to feel better, to soothe themselves.

This is extremely dangerous for us diabetics. The repercussions of living with high blood sugar are absolutely horrific. The body essentially rots from the inside out.

Sugar addiction is THE ONE...

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