Sunday, October 18, 2009

Thermogenesis and appetite control are the best ways to lose body fat, long term...

For over 25 years of my career I have been teaching the principals of thermogenesis and appetite control in helping people lose weight long term.
Caloric restriction and exercise is the most common way people are taught to lose weight, but long term, it has a poor record. 95% of those that lose weight this way gain all the weight back, plus some, within 5 years.
A better way is to learn the principals that make you less hungry and help increase your metabolism by eating more frequently and using nutraceuticals like green tea extract, Omega 3's, and fibers like Glucomannan to make you feel full.

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I have highlighted 2 great videos this week by Dr. Mark Hyman that explain these principals in a very simple manner.

Enjoy the information and remember...

You are never too old to become younger.


5 Simple Steps to Burn Fat without Eating Less... VIDEO
Want to learn how to lose weight without changing how much you eat?
That may sounds impossible, but it can be done. In this week's UltraWellnessblog Dr. Mark Hyman explains the concept of thermogenesis and provides 5 simple steps you can take to turn up your metabolic fire and lose weightwithout changing the amount of calories you consume.

The Super Fiber that Controls Your Appetite and Blood Sugar... VIDEO
Imagine eating 12 pounds of food a day -- and still staying thin and healthy. That may sound crazy, but it's exactly what our hunter-gatherer ancestors ate for millennia! And they didn't have any obesity or chronic diseases like heart disease, diabetes, cancer, or dementia. The key was fiber. And in today's UltraWellness blog, Dr. Mark Hyman will tell you how increasing your daily intake of soluble fiber can help you reduce your appetite, lose weight, and protect you from chronic illness.

Green tea catechins linked to weight loss: Study...
Antioxidant compounds in green tea could help promote exercise-induced abdominal fat loss, according to a new study from the American Society of Nutrition.
Cetechins are a sub-class of flavonoids, or antioxidant compounds. Green tea is a rich source of catechins, which are thought to play a beneficial role in reducing the risk of various diseases, including Alzheimer's, certain cancers, cardiovascular and oral health.
Precious studies have also suggested that tea catechins may help promote weight loss. The current study, published in The Journal of Nutrition, found that consuming a beverage containing green tea catechins (625mg/d) may enhance exercise-induced loss of abdominal fat and improve triglyceride levels.

Green Tea Compound, EGCG, May Be A Therapy For People With Rheumatoid Arthritis...
A new study from the University of Michigan Health System suggests that a compound in green tea may provide therapeutic benefits to people with rheumatoid arthritis. The study, presented April 29 at the Experimental Biology 2007 in Washington, D.C., looks at a potent anti-inflammatory compound derived from green tea. Researchers found that the compound – called epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG) – inhibited the production of several molecules in the immune system that contribute to inflammation and joint damage in people with rheumatoid arthritis.

Five Cups and More of Green Tea Billed as Best Defense from Cancer, Says Japanese Research...
(NaturalNews) Moderation in all things may typically be the best route to all-around health, but when it comes to green tea consumption, moderation does not equal disease prevention. In fact, as many as five cups of green tea or more - clearly not a moderate amount - is believed to be the best defense from cancer.

Omega-3 linked to lower body weight: Study...
Increased blood levels of the omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA is linked to lower incidence of obesity, suggesting a role for fish oils in weight management.
New findings reported in the British Journal of Nutrition indicate that overweight and obese people have blood levels of omega-3 fatty acids almost 1 per cent lower than people with a healthy weight.
“Our findings suggest that n-3 PUFA may play an important role in weight status and abdominal adiposity,” wrote the researchers, led by Professor Monohar Garg from the University of Newcastle, and president elect of the Nutrition Society of Australia.
Previous studies have implicated omega-3 in protective benefits against obesity, and the new study adds to this small but growing body of evidence. A considerable number of studies already support the benefits of the omega-3 fatty acids eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA, C20:5 n-3) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA, C22:6 n-3) for cardiovascular health, and cognitive health. Other areas of potential for the fatty acids include mood and behaviour, eye health, cancer risk reduction, and improved infant development.

Huge study concludes soda consumption undeniably linked to obesity...
(NaturalNews) Much like Big Tobacco once did with nicotine, the soda industry and high-fructose corn syrup producers of America have maintained a ridiculous state of flat-out denial about the links between soda consumption and obesity. "Sodas don't make you fat," they insist. Meanwhile, as Americans guzzle down insanely large quantities of soda and liquid sugar with each passing year, rates of obesity and diabetes continue to steadily climb. Surely diet must have something to do with it, right?

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