If we had a dollar for every time a “folk remedy” has been proved—scientifically—to work? Well, let’s just say a lot more people would have probably heard of the Institute for Natural Healing by now.
As most of us know all too well, losing weight sure isn’t easy. Especially as we get older.
Of course the solution isn’t in quick weight loss and fad diets. They can cause bone loss and heart complications.1 Weight loss drugs are dangerous and cause horrible side effects like vomiting, rapid heart rate, hives, and difficulty breathing.2
It’s the ingredient that makes pizza dough sticky and keeps pastries from crumbling into a pile. It’s in breads and surprising places like beer, candy and condiments.
It’s in almost everything—but it’s a poison. It causes a violent and obvious reaction in some people.
In 2010, the weight loss market in the United States alone was estimated to be worth $60.9 billion.1 That’s billion, with a “b.” About $2.7 billion of that came from diet pills and meal replacements.
And about 100% of that was a total waste of money.
It’s summertime… time for bathing suits, shorts, short sleeves. In other words, it’s time to pay closer attention to what we eat. But just because you are trying to lose weight doesn’t mean you have to give up good foods. In fact, some foods can even help you.
Here are five superfoods that will help break down fat and speed up your metabolism.… Read More
You don’t have to be a gym rat to lose weight. New research is showing that one type of exercise is actually better for weight and fat loss.
Researchers from Duke University recently published their findings in the Journal of Applied Physiology.1 It was one of the largest randomized trials to date.