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“Everyone is different”: The Lazy Person’s Excuse for Dieting and Exercising but Not Losing Weight

  How many of you at one time or another gave an excuse as to why you weren’t making progress with your fat loss diet? I couldn’t tell you how many times I heard people say “everyone is different, Matt.” While I agree, that excuse doesn’t hold up when it...

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Retaining Muscle Mass – Should You Do Pre or Post Workout Cardio?

  Cardiovascular training aka “cardio” has countless benefits for the human body, which we won’t delve into in this article. However, we do have a serious question for you… How many times have you seen people get to the gym, hop on a cardio machine, gas themselves to death, and...

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What Is Body Mass Index and Why Is it Important?

BMIs and Celebrities With plenty of cash to hire personal trainers and private chefs, Hollywood celebs can easily achieve health and wellness. But if you judge celebrities' fitness only by BMI, or body mass index, the numbers can be a bit confusing. BMI is basically a screening tool that indicates...

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Highly Palatable Food & Weight Management Issues

  Our society has become pretty comfortable blaming just about anything for their weight management issues. Gluten, dairy, eating too little, even blood types have been suspects over the years. Although a relatively simple concept, admittedly there are a lot of nuances that go into a really successful dieting effort....

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To Feel Full During Dieting or Not to Feel Full

  Can you relate to this? You wake up, splash some water on your face, your stomach starts growling because you’ve fasted all through the night, and all you can think about is eating something to cure those hunger pangs. When you stop and think about it, isn’t life more...

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