Archive For June 25, 2016

Stress Factors & 6 Tips on Dealing with Stress

Today you’re likely to feel more stressed than ever before. Even people who don’t actually feel stressed are likely to experience stress-related physical symptoms such as fatigue, irritability, anxiety, headaches, digestive problems, depression and lack of interest.   Chronic stress may also increase your risk of weight gain. Statistics show these symptoms are increasing doctor visits….

Hydration: Are You Drinking Enough Water?

Water is vital to digestion and metabolism and can help you shed excess weight. Drinking water will improve elimination of toxins.   It carries nutrients and oxygen to the cells through the blood, regulates body temperature and lubricates our joints. Consider drinking 16 ounces of water for every 30 pounds of body weight. (150#’s: 5 bottles)…

Peak Performance – Live Fit 3

Here’s just a snippet of athletes who rely on nutrition to ensure peak performance during competition. It is important for our young girls and boys to protect their bodies as they are developing in the early adolescent ages. All part of a simple Fit 3 program to maintain or change your health. Exercise, Healthy Food Choices and…

Lunasin: Epigenetic “Superfood”

Epigenetic Nutrition:  A bridge between Nutrition and Health.  Dr. Alfredo Galvez, UC Davis. Current biological research is now revealing that age-related chronic disease development is caused primarily by defects in the regulation of gene expression, not necessarily by gene mutations that inactivate the gene products. Therefore, the key to reversing chronic disease development is to…

Fruit and vegetable choices affect weight control.

A 24 year long study conducted by Harvard School of Public Health on recorded diet information and weight change of 133,468 US men and women (in their 30s and 40s at start of study) suggests that eating fruits and non-starchy vegetables can help reduce weight, although different fruits and vegetables have different effects on weight….

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