My grandfather, Albert Fagan, is going to celebrate his 90th birthday in less than a month. He’s pain free, mobile, and an extremely strong individual. He recently went through a small procedure, where the doctor had told my parents that my grandfather’s arteries are the same as a 25-year-old.
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‘Ain’t nobody got time for food tracking and calories calculations’, I am constantly told by my clients; and they are 110% correct. Few are the individuals who actually track their food intake and enjoy doing so. For this reason, I wanted to share my straight forward, practical guidelines for dieting approach if your goal is general health or fat loss with no calorie counting.
1. Eat a serving of protein in every meal.
Not sure what protein sources you should choose? Are mixed nu...
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For $199 , you can become a certified weight management specialist just in one day. For those who aren’t well informed, this certification may sound prestigious (‘specialist’) but don’t let it fool you, a one-day course isn’t equivalent to the credentials of a registered dietitian (or a certified sports nutritionist). At best, this certification is equivalent to a week’s worth of a 3 credit class (one week out of a 4-month...
Everyone needs more protein in their diet. Yes, everyone. Including you. You're probably thinking: “I eat enough protein! I had one slice of cheese this morning ” or “I had a huge serving of chicken for dinner, it’s enough protein for the day” or “ I had a bunch of mixed nuts, nuts are high in protein, right?”.
The truth is that even though you think you eat enough protein, most chances are that don’t. If the above statements sound familiar to you- great! Reading this article will shed som...
Most people have no idea where to start when it comes to creating a fat loss diet. There is so much information out there, and often times the information is conflicting, making it quite difficult to determine what steps to take.
If you’ve been eating healthy – focusing on protein, vegetables, fruits, whole grains, and healthy fats for several months – but you still haven’t seen any changes in your weight or physique, you’re in for a life changer.
Up until my senior year in high school I didn’t care much for my weight. One of my favorite foods to eat for dinner was eight (yes, eight) pieces of toast with butter and jam; since I had always been active and ate intuitively, I had no weight issues. During my senior year, I focused all my time and energy on studying for finals and became less and less active. My daily inactivity, combined with regular food consumption, led me to gain about 10 pounds.