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Swim into Slim with these Omegas

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When it comes to hunger and tummy fat, your hormones are key. Similar to how the thyroid hormone controls metabolism and insulin is driven by excess carbohydrates, hunger and stress hormones affect your appetite and belly. By resetting hormones, you will effortlessly increase insulin sensitivity, stabilize blood sugar levels, reduce that fight or flight urge, and preserve more lean muscle mass while you fast track your weight loss. Love that Read More

Flip the Switch for Appetite Control

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The leptin connection to appetite regulation. When it comes to hunger, your hormones are key. Similar to how the thyroid hormone controls metabolism, and insulin and cortisol are driven by stress, hunger hormones affect your appetite. By resetting them, you will effortlessly increase insulin sensitivity, stabilize blood sugar levels and preserve more lean muscle mass while you fast track your weight loss. Fall in Love with Leptin Leptin is a Read More

New Proof: High-Fructose Corn Syrup is Making You Fat

Yale Scientists confirm HFCS’ role in the obesity epidemic. I came across an interesting new study published January 1 in the Journal of the American Medical Association that confirms something I’ve been writing about for years:  high-fructose corn syrup’s major contribution to the obesity epidemic. As I wrote in my book Get the Sugar Out, when high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS) became commonplace in the late 1970s, obesity levels began to Read More

Try My Fat Flush Hunger Fix

A one day menu and recipes to fight insulin/leptin resistance. The distinct metabolic effects of subcutaneous fat (the “loose” fat on the hips, thighs, and butt) and visceral fat (hard belly fat) are not created equal. My Fat Flushing Smoothie Shakedown is an equal opportunity fat blaster. It addresses both the leptin resistance secreted by excess subcutaneous fat and the inflammation produced from hard belly fat which can lead to insulin resistance. Leptin, as you may recall, is the hunger hormone that fires up metabolism. Read More