Debunking Food Myths

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Maximize Your Meals to Minimize Your Waistline


In today’s fast-paced society we are challenged on a regular basis to eat healthy, work out, and get enough rest.

Too often, we succumb to the temptations of unhealthy eating habits… whether it’s convenient fast food, skipping meals, or not getting sufficient intake of nutritious fuel sources.

In addition, many of us are not completely knowledgeable about healthy eating. Low-fat foods may lead us to over-eating, assuming we’re snacking "healthy", or a seemingly nutritious sandwich can be loaded with hidden calories.

However, if you’re looking to lose weight, be sure to follow the healthy way to weight loss! While crash dieting may be effective in the short term, in the long-run, regular fluctuations in weight can disturb the balance of the body’s metabolism –leading to systemic confusion and a sluggish metabolism. This slower metabolism can eventually lead to weight gaineven when eating normally.

Also beware of "quick fix" diet pills, which often contain harmful stimulants that raise heart rate and speed up the metabolism in an un-natural way.

Instead, focus your efforts on making informed food choices, developing sound physical activity habits, and controlling stress (as the stress hormone cortisol can wreak havoc on your mid-section—not to mention common "emotional eating").

Natural remedies can also help you lose weight and help promote healthy functioning of the digestive system, maintain metabolism, support liver functioning and the healthy breakdown of dietary fat—all which contribute to a balanced weight and body type.

When combined with a healthy diet and active lifestyle, natural remedies can perfectly complement all your efforts to help you reach your ideal weight goals!

Top 3 Tip Sheet

1. Eat smaller meals throughout the day to rev up metabolism. Always include at least 1 serving of fruits and/or veggies with every meal.

2. Drink more water between meals.

3. Sensibly season your foods! Boredom is a huge factor behind overindulgence. Read food labels and reduce intake of added sugar, corn syrup and salt. Use fresh herbs and spices to enhance taste instead.

‘Bad’ Foods that are Actually ‘Good’ (in moderation)

Eggs– Avoided by some for their cholesterol content, when eaten occasionally, deliver a good source of protein.

Steak– A lean cut of meat is full of healthy protein – just be sure to practice portion control.

Pasta– Carbs are NOT the enemy! Just be sure to choose whole-grain varieties.

Nuts– High in the "good" fats and rich in fiber and protein, you can help stabilize blood sugar to reduce sugar cravings and hunger.

Cheese– Studies have shown that the body burns more fat when it gets enough calcium – so indulge in this dairy product now and then!

Treats– Experts agree that deprivation often leads to binging- so enjoy your favorites occasionally but always keep in mind moderation!


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