Tag: the red zone

A Heart Felt Look at Almonds

Thursday, April, 23rd, 2015 at 12:17 am by

Dan Schliebe

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Almonds will surprise you. At first glance nuts in general may seem like a food to avoid. Their small servings are high in fat AND calories. Yet more and more research is showing that foods rich in monounsaturated fat, like one of their stars the almond, can make you healthier. These delicious nuts can give you satisfaction that frees your body up to give you energy instead of process toxins. They are energy rich and […]

A Crash Course on B-Complex Vitamins

Tuesday, March, 24th, 2015 at 8:02 pm by

Dan Schliebe

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Perhaps you have looked at a B Complex Vitamin and assumed they are just all the same type of Vitamin with a slightly different effect in the body. This would be just partially true. They are linked together because of their commonality but have some definite differences in the role they play as well. So why are these particular substances given a ‘B?’ What makes them similar are three things: they are soluble in water, they […]

5 Simple Tips for Weight Loss

Tuesday, February, 17th, 2015 at 7:47 pm by

Dan Schliebe

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Green tea is worth the brew.   Boasting anti-oxidants, green tea is also reported in studies to stimulate the burning of fat. In fact, drinking three to five cups a day can increase your fat burn by 35-45%! Sleep yourself into fitness.   Burning the candle at both ends is not only counter-productive but actually increases your stress, which in turn can increase your cortisol levels (producing fat to protect you,) and decrease your body’s balance and […]