Food Tips: 6 Cooking Mistakes That Make You Fat
Jan10

Food Tips: 6 Cooking Mistakes That Make You Fat

By Jessica Girdwain Eating in is one of the best ways to get (and stay) slim. Cooking at home allows you to control the calories and fat, and use wholesome ingredients in your meals—not something you can easily do when you go out to a restaurant. But there may be small mistakes you’re making when it comes to whipping up a homemade meal or snack that can lead to weight gain, from pouring on the olive oil to baking...

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9 Lies About Fat That Destroyed The World’s Health
Dec30

9 Lies About Fat That Destroyed The World’s Health

Repost from http://www.businessinsider.com/9-lies-about-fat-that-destroyed-the-worlds-health-2013-11. By KRIS GUNNARS.   The areas of nutrition and disease prevention are full of incompetence. We have been wrongly advised to avoid saturated fat and cholesterol, despite no evidence of harm. Here are the top 9 biggest lies, myths and misconceptions about dietary fat and cholesterol.   1. A Low-Fat, High-Carb Diet is The...

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Why You Should Avoid Gluten

Check back soon! My complete article on gluten and why some folks must avoid it and everyone else just should will be posted soon.

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Dump the Fast Food
Jun08

Dump the Fast Food

Scary fact: about 50 million people eat at McDonald’s every day. If you’re following me on Instagram or Facebook, there’s a really good chance you’ve already made the decision to stop eating junk, especially FAST FOODS, because you know that eating too much of this stuff is considered to be a leading cause of obesity, hypertension, and heart disease in the US. If you haven’t yet given up fast food,...

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Protected: Coach’s Essential “Diet” Rules

Please click here to access this document: Coach Essential Diet Rules. If you need the password, please contact Coach Britt at coach@teamtriumphnation.com

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Rip Esselstyn on Plant Based Nutrition
Dec10

Rip Esselstyn on Plant Based Nutrition

One of the funniest, most informative presentations I have seen in a long time on the benefits of plant-based nutrition. I’ve seen Forks Over Knives (see my review from September 2011) featuring to his father, Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn’s (and others) work. GREAT film if you haven’t seen in.       Rip is a REAL guy giving some great REAL LIFE information....

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