Tagged: losing weight

Drinking water REALLY DOES help with weightloss!

For people who want to control their weight or reduce their intakes of sugar, sodium and saturated fat, water may be what the doctor ordered.

A new study that examined the dietary habits of more than 18,300 U.S. adults found the majority of people who increased their consumption of plain water by 1 percent reduced their total daily calorie intake as well as their consumption of saturated fat, sugar, sodium and cholesterol.

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How to go down three dress sizes without really trying – step one

By Ishtar Babilu Dingir

This is the first step in our new series of how to go down three dress sizes without really trying and the picture above describes it perfectly. A couple of months ago, I gave up dairy products… not because milk in itself and in its raw, organic state has anything wrong with it, but because you can rarely find that kind of milk these days. Continue reading

How to go down three dress sizes without really trying – begin here

By Ishtar Babilu Dingir

I know that sounds like one of those cheap internet ads which drive you to a page where you have to buy the latest super dooper wonder food to come out of the Brazilian rainforest… whatever it happens to be that day. But it really isn’t… this is the real deal. I have gone down three dress sizes in about two months by just making a few changes to what I eat. Continue reading

The five best ways to resist belly fat as we age

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by Aurora Geib

Have you ever asked a real estate agent what’s the most critical factor when it comes to selling a house? Their answer was probably something you’ve heard before: “Location, location, location.” Well, oddly enough, when it comes to our health and being even a little overweight, that same, worn out real estate proverb is true, as well. Study after study has shown that where our bodies store fat is nearly as important as how much extra weight we’re holding onto. People whose bodies store more fat in their mid-sections face higher risks of heart disease, certain types of cancer, diabetes and even premature death than those who store extra weight in other ways. Continue reading