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Weight Loss Logic“:
It is a basic formula… elegant in it’s simplicity… Energy goes in (calories), and what is not consumed in the course of supporting the organism (keeping you alive), gets stored as “Potential Energy” (body fat). The complexity is in the recognition of differences among energy sources, understanding techniques to better utilize the energy, and how to reduce the Potential Energy that is already stored. In other words, we take logical, realistic looks at how to lose weight.

My 4 Goals for Successful Weight Loss

I don't need to be Carnac the Magnificent to know what is on most minds this time of year. Odds are that many of us share a similar Resolution on our list for the New Year.

Another New Year and Weight Loss is Still Top Resolution

A quote credited to Einstein is, "Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again expecting different results". So, why does the top New Year Resolution stay the same, year after year, and what can be done to change the pattern?

Set-Points are for Weight Loss not Tennis

The weight-regulating mechanism in the brain "chooses" the amount of body fat it considers ideal for its needs, and then works tirelessly to defend that level. Changing it requires a reset of the "set-point" by adjusting the fat thermostat and increasing thermogenics.

Liquids can Ruin the Best Weight Loss Diet

Drinking sodas, diet sodas, juice and sugar-drinks can derail weight loss efforts in multiple ways. They are absorbed quickly, which create a rapid rise in insulin, causing negative effects on the body. Caffeine drinks also stimulate insulin production, contributing to weight gain.

Reduce the Carbs for Permanent Weight Loss

Not all carbohydrates are created equal, and there is a good reason carbs have become public enemy number one, when it comes to weight loss efforts. If you are serious about long-term weight loss, understanding how carbs affect your results is vital to your success.

Eat in Harmony for Permanent Weight Loss

Chronic “eaters” and "dieters" are, both, examples of people who are out of touch with their body's food requirements. They either try not to eat when they are hungry, or they consume far beyond the necessary calories for survival. Both types of eating habits are detrimental to health and weight, and create a challenge for any weight-loss regimen.

Avoid the New Years Weight Loss Blues

Number one New Year's Resolution is to lose weight. I'm addressing those of you who gain 5 to 15 pounds during the holidays; just enough to make you feel really uncomfortable in your clothes, and require a weight loss regimen to assist you.