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1. Three Ways To Use Balsamic Vinegar That Will Surprise You
August 30, 2018


Working with food can be really hard for someone who isn’t really well-versed in how to use ingredients other than salt and pepper. Once you start introducing something as exotic as balsamic vinegar, you might be asking for trouble. Balsamic vinegar is highly regarded around the world for its amazing flavor, but it is the laborious process by which it is made that really makes people truly see this veritable flavor bomb as manna from Heaven. Talk to true aficionados of aged balsamic vinegar, and you begin to understand why it’s so highly regarded. A little goes a long way, and in a day a... (read more)

Author: Alfred Mears

2. Summer Fitness in Trophy Club by Chiropractor Cody Doyle - Small Diet Tweaks with Big Payoffs
June 17, 2018


Changing your habits is never easy. Changing the eating habits that led you to gain weight can seem downright impossible at first. But it is possible to train your body and mind to reach for the right foods and beverages more often, and learn how to make good choices. These are some of my favorite diet tweaks that can help you change your habits gradually and intentionally, so your body gets less of the stuff you don’t need (fat, sugar, and food additives) and more of the stuff you do need (fresh whole foods and fruits and vegetables). Cutting Out and Cutting Back on Soda Sugary soda... (read more)

Author: Dr. Cody Doyle

3. Low Carb Diets are Not Made for The Rich Alone!
January 29, 2018


Every day, Americans consume heavily processed and refined foods because they mistakenly believe that healthier, more nutritious foods are too expensive to buy on a tight budget. Low Carb Diet Misconceptions "It is incorrect and damaging to characterize eating whole foods as a luxury only the rich can afford," said Colette Heimowitz, vice president of education and research at Atkins Health & Medical Information Services. "While this notion plays into the pockets of manufacturers of processed foods, it couldn't be further from the truth. Unfortunately, by perpetuating this myth about who... (read more)

Author: Sara Dawson

4. The Power Of Late Night Snacking
January 28, 2018


You’re staring at your computer screen with weary eyes. Dinner has come and gone, but that the oh-so-familiar beast we call Hunger has reeled its damn head again. But you can’t snack after eight o’clock, right? That’s weight loss rule number one. Or is it? I’m about to share with you some helpful truths for a situation of this kind. There’s an ironic flipside to my mostly honorable label of ‘Liz Swann Miller – Weight Loss Expert’. I must strictly resign myself to the continuous expectation the general public attributes to the title – that I have it together. Liz would never gain e... (read more)

Author: Sara Dawson

5. Obesity and Revelations: My Personal Struggle
January 23, 2018


In the United States, obesity has reached epidemic proportions. Obesity is among the top 5 causes of preventable death in the US. That's right, I said preventable! The fact is, obesity is closely connected to type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke, and an increased risk of several related cancers. Each of these diseases relates to other organs as well. Given these health risks are quite real, losing weight, even as little as ten pounds, decreases your risks. It appears that losing weight is really good for you. My Personal Journey I am rather certain there is no one who ... (read more)

Author: Sara Dawson

6. Misconceptions about Detoxing for Weight Loss
January 22, 2018


While it is clear that detoxing provides an added boost for weight loss, people still avoid it. Why? Detoxing has a bad reputation. Ranging from crackpot methods to outright false conceptions, detoxing rubs us the wrong way. In this article, I will look at some of the misconceptions about detoxing and debunk them. Read this and you'll never be fearful of detoxing again. Detoxing for Weight Loss: The Lemon Water Detox The argument that to detox, you only need drink lemon water for seven days is absurd. This is one of those crackpot ideas that cause people, especially nutritionists, to balk. D... (read more)

Author: Sara Dawson

7. Toxin Impact on Health and Weight Loss
January 20, 2018


I am writing this in January 2018, right after 20% or so of Americans have resolved to lose weight. It happens every year that people make the resolution and fail in follow through. The truth is that of the 20% who make this resolution, less than 10% actually follow through. That is 10% of the 20% not half of the 20% of resolvers. My question is, why do so many people have such a low rate of success? "The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, but in ourselves," Caesar tells Brutus in Shakespeare's Julius Caesar. How very true, although Shakespeare had no idea that dieting is made so di... (read more)

Author: Sara Dawson

8. Science of Weight Loss: Four Tips for Most Eating Plans
January 19, 2018


So many 'myths' abound in weight loss programs. People are constantly making claims that they cannot provide evidence for. Rather, they claim to have revealed knowledge or intuition about the benefits of their program. The real problem with the 'revealed' or 'intuition' based programs is they are often more damaging than being overweight. It pays to pay attention to the science of weight loss. In this series of emails, I am providing some tips based on the current science of weight loss that are good on any diet plan. It is important to realize that science is not perfect. Its method, ho... (read more)

Author: Sara Dawson

9. Why Should I Lose Belly Fat?
January 16, 2018


The question, "Why should I lose belly fat," is, indeed, a good one. One reason is aesthetics. Belly fat is downright unbecoming. It looks slovenly; the result of a lifetime of not caring about how you look. But, frankly, that is not enough to motivate anyone to lose weight. Not really. Weight loss, to become a passion, requires much more than being fat. Something else must motivate. Clearly, health is among the better reasons to shed the belly fat that took years to accumulate. Why Should I lose Belly Fat? Your Heart Will Thank You Yes, belly fat is the single largest contributor to he... (read more)

Author: Sara Dawson

10. Let's Look at 'IDEAL' Weight
January 07, 2018


It is not uncommon for your doctor to suggest that you lose weight so that you reach your 'ideal' weight. Since I am writing from the US I will be using pounds as an example. I apologize for my nation being so backward in measurements. You'll get the idea even if you are elsewhere. What does the doctor mean by 'ideal' weight? One should always remember that numbers like this while having some basis in mathematics, are but a reasonable estimate based on another rather arbitrary number, Body Mass Index or BMI. Here is what you are looking at with the idea of 'ideal' weight. The number is not fix... (read more)

Author: Sara Dawson

11. When Do I Begin my Weight Loss Plan?
January 05, 2018


"When do I begin my weight loss plan," is a common question I get all the time? I answer with a simple, "NOW!" There is nothing gained waiting for tomorrow, or next week. Tomorrow is elusive, it never comes. Yesterday is history that cannot be redeemed. What you have is the moment; I think of each moment as a time for action. To begin a plan is to take action on a plan. And NOW is the best time to do it. My Friend the Procrastinator I have a friend who had to buy a new oven when the one in her condo broke down. It was old, not worth the repair bill. So she began to look at new ovens. She... (read more)

Author: Sara Dawson

12. Exercise And Weight Loss For You - 3 Tips
January 04, 2018


Back in the 1960s, one big company used the tagline, Better Living Through Chemistry. The weight loss business was not immune as chemists developed miracle pill after miracle pill to aid in weight loss. Those pills sold like hotcakes. No wonder, people often seek the easy way out. But, truth be told, pills, like fad diets, don't work. To lose weight, you still have to do the work. An ongoing debate centers on whether diet or exercise are important for weight loss. I cannot, for the life of me, figure out why this is debatable? Calories you eat and calories you burn are essential to health... (read more)

Author: Sara Dawson

13. New Year's Resolutions?
January 03, 2018


Well, another year bites the dust. Here we are in a brand new year. I wonder how many of my readers made a resolution to 'finally lose the weight they want to lose?' Resolutions are great! The truth is, they hardly ever are carried through to a successful conclusion. Why is that? Speaking from personal experience, when I used to make resolutions, I did so without a plan. Oh sure, I had a purpose in mind. What I didn't have was a plan. What I did have were a bunch of things I wished to accomplish without knowing whether I could or how to accomplish these wishes. Setting goals not thinking about... (read more)

Author: Sara Dawson

14. Lose Weight Safely? But it is the Holiday Season
December 24, 2017


I want to wish everyone a Merry Christmas. Here we are on the eve of Christmas and trying to shed pounds. What to do when faced with the Christmas ham or turkey and all the fixings that go along with those holiday meals? It pays to keep in mind a couple of things. First, weight loss is not linear. If you look at weight loss over time sometimes you are loosing and sometimes you gain some weight. So long as the trendline is a straight line down everything is okay. Second, you don't have to pile your plate up so high that you are actually falling off the wagon. Today is the day you are ... (read more)

Author: Sara Dawson

15. Three Ways of Avoiding Temptation on a Diet
December 21, 2017


There is little doubt that when dieting one is often faced with temptation. Just walk into a supermarket. When you get to the checkout stand there before your eyes are displayed sweet, delicious, candy bars. Oh, what you would give for a Snickers bar right now? You begin to salivate, feel cravings deep inside your body. You know it is not something you should do but you can and who would know. The simple truth is that you would know. Does it make any difference to you if anybody else knows as well? It shouldn't because you are the one here that counts. I found three things that work for m... (read more)

Author: Sara Dawson

16. The Ketogenic Diet Uses the Body's Natural Systems to Burn Fat
December 20, 2017


A ketogenic diet is based on the idea that carbohydrates, once ingested, turn into glucose in the bloodstream. Simply said, glucose is sugar. It is not much different than eating a spoonful of refined sugar and nothing more. This is a problem for weight loss because glucose/sugar is the easiest molecule for the body to convert to energy. Since there is little need for any other energy that provided by the carbohydrate as glucose the body compensates by storing fat cells. Ketogenic diets go by many names. First, and perhaps, the most recognized is the Atkins Diet. Fat burning diets are als... (read more)

Author: Sara Dawson

17. Detoxing for Weight Loss
December 17, 2017


Detoxing for weight loss is something that is worth thinking about. Now, let me make it clear at the beginning, I am not talking about preparing for a colonoscopy. I am not talking about harsh laxatives or high colonics either. What I am talking about is a scientific approach to detoxing for weight loss. Ridding your body of the two main toxins that stand in the way of weight loss, refined sugar and refined flour. Detoxing for Weight Loss: Some Basic Data The average American consumes about 150 pounds each of refined sugars and refined flours. The main problem with flour carbohydrates i... (read more)

Author: Sara Dawson

18. Do Calories Matter? Of Course They Do
December 16, 2017


The definition of a calorie, so far as nutrition is concerned, is the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one kilogram of water 1oC. In reality, a calorie is a measurement of heat energy. Weight loss is fully dependent on consuming fewer calories than you expend during a 24 hour period. This seems so simple and straightforward that I am constantly amazed by new diets that emerge making the claim "Never Count Calories Again and Lose Weight!" Calories in/calories out is the only way to lose weight and keep it off. To pretend that there is a quick fix or a miracle diet that n... (read more)

Author: Sara Dawson

19. Raw Food Diet: Not All It Claims To Be
December 14, 2017


Raw food diet is a generic name for several diets. Other names include the raw foodie diet and the raw vegan diet. For the purposes of this article, I will use only raw food diet to represent all three. While there are some differences between them, they are all based on the idea of eating mainly raw foods. Included are vegetables, fruits, raw nuts, and seeds. Grains and dried beans, legumes are accepted by some versions as long as they are soaked or sprouted. Raw Food Diet: Basic Claims Made All versions of the raw food diet make some interesting, if unfounded, claims. Not to say t... (read more)

Author: Sara Dawson

20. Healthy Weight Loss is Not Out of Reach
December 12, 2017


So many of us struggled to keep our weight down. My own struggle began about the time I began to notice boys. I had always been overweight for my size and height. But suddenly, I knew that I was unattractive. I really wanted to be liked, to be noticed, to do well in all situations. But every time I looked in the mirror I was looking at a body that did not mesh with my dreams. Somehow, I contracted the family genes on my father's side that led to being overweight. My two sisters and one brother were built much like my mother. I, on the other hand, resembled my maternal grandmother and her sibli... (read more)

Author: Sara Dawson

21. Is Weight Loss Surgery Worth the Risks?
December 09, 2017


People often ask me if weight loss surgery is worth the risks involved. My stock response is, "It depends." There are some serious risks involved with this, or any, major surgical procedure. With weight loss surgery, however, the serious side effects suggest that one not take lightly. Some of the Risks of Weight Loss Surgery Most doctors do not recommend bariatric surgery unless their patient has a BMI of 40 or more. For men, this translates to around 100 pounds overweight. For women, the measure is 80 pounds overweight. A second criterion is that the patient has tried and failed at die... (read more)

Author: Sara Dawson

22. Simple Exercise for Weight Loss: Three Suggestions
December 07, 2017


The most frequent standard of weight loss is that accompanying a diet plan must be an exercise routine for weight loss. When most people think of exercise, what comes to mind is an expensive gym membership and fancy sneakers. But that picture is overstated. In fact, expensive memberships and clothing are not needed. There are any number of exercise activity that will support your efforts to lose weight. Exercise for Weight Loss: The One Mile Rule The one-mile rule is simple if you have errands to run within a one-mile radius of your home, WALK. Leave the car at home and walk. "But... (read more)

Author: Sara Dawson

23. What Motivates You to Lose Weight
December 06, 2017


What motivates you to lose weight? Is that motivation sustainable over a long period of time? Are you able to share that motivation with other people? Is your motivator internal or external? These are all important questions as you explore the possibilities of what motivates you. Let's say that in today's mail an invitation to your 10th high school reunion arrived. The reunion is still six-months away so you have time to plan. You think out loud, "Wow, in high school I wore jeans with a 36-inch waist. Now my waist is 40 inches. What will they think of me, gaining all that weight." Right t... (read more)

Author: Sara Dawson

24. Paleo Diet Review
December 05, 2017


In this article I review the Paleo or Caveman Diet. The foundation of the Paleo Diet is that if we eat in the same way that our Stone Age ancestors ate, we will be healthier, fitter, skinnier, and so on. Loren Cordain, Ph.D., the author of The Paleo DIet argues that eating the way the caveman ate, a high protein and fiber diet, we will be thinner for sure. It is also posited that we will be less likely to develop diseases like diabetes, heart disease, cancer, and other health problems like arthritis. While I am a fan of the dietary approach in general, I am astounded that Dr. Cordain, se... (read more)

Author: Sara Dawson

25. The Simple Truth about Scientific Weight Loss
December 02, 2017


Weight loss science suggests that weight is lost by consuming fewer calories than one burns in a day. Conversely, weight gain occurs by eating more calories than one burns in a day. The accumulation of days suggests the trend of gain or loss. This concept seems so simple that anyone should be able to lose weight without expending much effort. The truth is that this is simply not the case. People of all kinds struggle with dieting to lose weight. We believe this is because people choose a diet with far too little information. This means they often select a plan that does not suit their mak... (read more)

Author: Sara Dawson



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