Category: Diabetes

Top Weight Loss Strategies

If you have been trying to lose weight and are unhappy with the results, it may be time to try something new. We have some great suggestions for you!

Sure – it might seem that simply eating less or starving yourself is a short term way to lose the weight you want – but we all know that in the long run we need a better staretgy to keep the weight off.

Here are some proven strategies that you should seriously study and consider implementing.

1. For Women Only That Want to Lose at Least 10 Pounds – sorry not for men!


Drop up to 3 dress sizes inside of a week by following these breakthrough strategies.

Learn which of the so-called healthy foods will actually prevent you from losing weight by watching the video.

In addition to the strategies listed above you should consider these helpful weight loss products which can be purchased from amazon.

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 2. Over 40 Only – The 5 Steps To Looking 10 Years Younger – this program works for all but especially for those over 40.


Stop Blaming Everything On How Old You Are

The guys to the left are not fat because they are old—they’re fat because they eat, think, and move like a fat, old, dying person!

Get with the program!

However if this sounds like you – then maybe it is not right.

  • If you enjoy spending an hour a day working out, this is NOT for you (and good luck with those free radicals!)
  • If you think you can “cycle” or run your way to a younger, time-changing body, have at it… this is not for you.
  • And, if you are not prepared to work very, very hard for a very short period of time, this is not for you.

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Finding The Bad And The Good From Cholesterol Levels

For years, as the obesity crisis in America deepend and worsened, we as a society heard about the importants of maintaining a watch on our cholesterol. “Low cholesterol,” the theory held, “would lead to lower chance of heart disease, cardiac arrest, stroke, diabetes and a host of other inflammatory conditions.”

But monitoring your overall cholesterol is only part of the plan to a healthier and happier, not to mention thinner, life. It’s equally important to understand that cholesterol isn’t just a monolithic measurement of your health, but can be broken down into distinct parts itself.

One part is Low-density cholesterol (LDL), or “bad” cholesterol. Generally speaking, the lower this number is, the better for you. The other part is High-density cholesterol (HDL), or “good” cholesterol. You want to get this number as high as you can.

So what, then, is there to know about your ldl and hdl cholesterol levels? Well, generally speaking your ldl cholesterol levels should be 130 or below. If, however, you’re at higher risk for an inflammatory disease such as heart disease or diabetes – both of which have grown exponentially in the United States over the past four decades – your target should be 100 or below.

There are ways to achieve this, starting obviously with diet. Cut out fatty foods, processed foods, and overeating. Instead, you should aim to keep your proteins lean – fish and chicken are the standbys here – and your vegetables fresh. It’s also important to remember that we evolved over four million years, and only in the last 50 have we been able to live a lifestyle that included more than one serving of meat a day. So yes, a salad or rice and beans for lunch several times a week is a wise choice.

With hdl cholesterol levels, it’s not nearly as easy to improve. The only thing shown to consistently raise hdl cholesterol levels is steady aerobic activity. That’s right – regular exercise. Getting your hdl cholesterol levels up above 50 (above 60 if you’re in an at-risk group) means getting on an exercise bike, going for a jog, doing tae bow or the like for about 20 minutes a day four times a week. This is why there are no extensive books about hdl cholesterol levels diets and the like – there are no diets that have been shown conclusively to effect hdl cholesterol levels. Exercise is the key here.

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