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Weight Loss: Swim With Sharks?
http://www.weightlosskernels.com/ Eating is often a central issue for those who want to lose weight. Dealing with the struggle for losing weight is a part of every weight loss program.

By Cliffords 960 days ago on Funny Ha-Ha
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Weight Loss: Don't Swim With Sharks
http://www.weightlosskernels.com/ A unique approach for finding a weight loss program for yourself. This shows many different sources of YouTube videos about weight loss programs. Find what you like.

By Generalisimo 960 days ago on Funny Ha-Ha
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Weight Loss: Don't Swim With Sharks
http://www.weightlosskernels.com/ A unique approach for finding a weight loss program for yourself. This shows many different sources of YouTube videos about weight loss programs. Find what you like.

By Generalisimo 960 days ago on Funny Ha-Ha
Popularity Views: 1,449
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A Weight Loss YouTube Video Site V2
http://www.weightlosskernels.com/ This Youtube video site has clips from users and programs showing success, demos, seminars, before/after, and testimonials. Find the right program for yourself.

By Cliffords 962 days ago on Biz/Ads
Popularity Views: 1,352
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Weight Loss: A Video Is Worth A Thousand Words V3
http://www.weightlosskernels.com/ New video site shows weight loss YouTube videos. Before & after, testimonials, program descriptions, promos for diet, losing weight, and dieting. (Tango)

By Lord 964 days ago on (Don't) Try this at home
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Weight Loss: A Video Is Worth A Thousand Words
http://www.weightlosskernels.com/ New video site shows weight loss YouTube videos. Before & after, testimonials, program descriptions, promos for diet, losing weight, and dieting. Find your program.

By Generalisimo 966 days ago on (Don't) Try this at home
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Weight Loss: Get All The Information You Want
http://www.weightlosskernels.com/ Has info about many different weight loss programs. Before & after, testimonials, program descriptions, promos for diet and losing weight. Losing weight and dieting.

By Generalisimo 967 days ago on (Don't) Try this at home
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Weight Loss: The Search For Programs Is Easier Now
http://www.weightlosskernels.com/ This site reduces your search for a weight loss program. Before & after, testimonials, program descriptions, promos for diet and losing weight. Lose fat, lose weight.

By Generalisimo 967 days ago on Dear Diary
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Free Online Weight Loss Diet Program
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By Harald 1168 days ago on Biz/Ads
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Health Benefits of High Fiber Foods Diet Weight Loss Management
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By Harald 1168 days ago on Biz/Ads
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Sports Medicine Weight Loss Herbs Free Online Weight Loss Diet Program
A 1-cup serving of milk, yogurt or fresh vegetables is about the size of a baseball. A healthy serving of rice or cooked pasta is one-third of a cup, and three-quarters of a cup for dry cereal. An ounce of cheese is about the size of your thumb. However, a recent study at New York University found that commonly available food portionswhen compared with the standard serving sizes recommended by the U.S. Department of Agriculturewere considerably higher. www.Fiber35Diet.com

By Harald 1168 days ago on Biz/Ads
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Sports Medicine Water, Dehydration, Weight Loss and Your Health
Drink To Your Health: The Whole-body Benefits Of Water Before you reach for that sugary soft drink, consider this the next time you feel a little parched: Clean, pure water is essential to every function your body performs. Second only to the air you breathe in its vital importance, it makes up roughly two-thirds of your body. Deprived of it completely, you may not even survive a week. And even the mildest case of dehydration can cause fatigue, dizziness, headaches and muscle weakness. No wonder health experts are constantly telling us to drink more water. www.Fiber35Diet.com

By Harald 1168 days ago on Biz/Ads
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Sports Medicine High Fiber Diet Foods Healthy Weight Loss Basics
Naturopathic Doctors strongly suggest that we increase roughage (fiber) in our diets. Dietary fiber amounts are now listed on most product labels in supermarkets. It is suggested that we consume at least 35 grams of dietary fiber daily. This amount can assist in re-establishing proper digestion in your body by toning and strengthening your bowel, eliminating harmful toxins. High Fiber Foods in Your Diet represent the revolutionary way for you to lose weight, prevent disease, stay slim and have more energy. Dietary fiber and digestive enzymes are a great way to improve poor digestion. www.Fiber35Diet.com

By Harald 1168 days ago on Biz/Ads
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Frequent Eating - Appetite andHealthy Weight Loss Information
Balanced correctly, soluble and insoluble fiber work together, like a sponge and a scraper to help maintain the digestive tract. A diet rich in fruits, vegetables and grains will give you a ratio of roughly 25% - 35% soluble fiber and 65% - 75% insoluble fiber. The National Institutes of Health recommends that adults consume 20-35 grams of fiber every day, but most Americans are lucky if they consume 12-15 grams of fiber in their average diet. This is often blamed on the Standard American Diet, (or S.A.D.) which consists of high fat entrees, refined forms of carbohydrates, and low in raw fruits and vegetables. www.Fiber35Diet.com

By Harald 1181 days ago on Biz/Ads
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High Fiber Diets, Cardiovascular Workouts Exercise
Keeping track of your portion sizes is also extremely important. According to the American Diabetes Association, the guideline for a serving of meat, fish or poultry is three ouncesabout the size of a deck of cards. A 1-cup serving of milk, yogurt or fresh vegetables is about the size of a baseball. A healthy serving of rice or cooked pasta is one-third of a cup, and three-quarters of a cup for dry cereal. An ounce of cheese is about the size of your thumb. However, a recent study at New York University found that commonly available food portionswhen compared with the standard serving sizes recommended by the U.S. Department of Agriculturewere considerably higher. Finally, finding the time to exercise is essential. Because aerobic exercise has been shown to significantly increase your metabolic rate, a regular workout (30 minutes a day, three times a week) can greatly accelerate your weight loss effortsplus it provides significant benefits to your cardiovascular health. Building lean muscle mass is also important, since the greater your ratio of lean muscle mass to fat, the faster you will metabolize your food. This is because muscle cells are roughly eight times more metabolically demanding than fat cells. So the next time you consider jumping on the bandwagon with the latest fad diet, think twice. Commit instead to making sensible changes in your diet and lifestyle, and you will soon be reaping the rewards of your efforts. www.Fiber35Diet.com

By Harald 1181 days ago on Biz/Ads
Popularity Views: 1,809
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Water, Dehydration, Weight Loss and Your Health
Drink To Your Health: The Whole-body Benefits Of Water Before you reach for that sugary soft drink, consider this the next time you feel a little parched: Clean, pure water is essential to every function your body performs. Second only to the air you breathe in its vital importance, it makes up roughly two-thirds of your body. Deprived of it completely, you may not even survive a week. And even the mildest case of dehydration can cause fatigue, dizziness, headaches and muscle weakness. No wonder health experts are constantly telling us to drink more water. Crucial to the bodys cleansing processes, water lessens the burden on the organs involved in detoxificationmainly the liver and kidneysby flushing out toxins and waste products. Drinking plenty of water each day also helps prevent constipation by moving food through the digestive tract. A necessary lubricant, it helps to ease elimination and promote regular bowel movements. As part of a healthy weight loss program, water can help shed the pounds by increasing your metabolism. While the science behind this concept is the subject of ongoing research, studies have shown that drinking more water can significantly boost your metabolic rate and thus burn even more calories. Plus, drinking cold water can increase your metabolism even more, since the body must expend more energy to warm it up. In addition to these important functions, water also helps to regulate body temperature through perspirationas sweat evaporates, the body cools down. Water also carries necessary nutrients to the bodys cells; surrounds and protects the joints, organs tissues; and moistens soft tissue such as that of the eyes, mouth and nose. Everyday functions such as breathing, perspiring and elimination constantly deplete the bodys supply of this vital liquid. Although advice varies as to how much water you should drink each day, a good rule of thumb is to drink at least half your body weight in ounces daily. Try to drink only pure water and avoid caffeinated beverages such as coffee and tea, as well as sugary juices and soft drinks. If you need a splash of flavor in your water, add a spritz of fresh lemon or lime juice. Non-caffeinated herbal teas are also a delicious way to boost your water intake, and many fruits and vegetables contain high amounts of water. Lifestyle differences such as frequent exercise, illness, environmental conditions (dry, hot, humid, high altitude, etc.), as well as pregnancy and breastfeeding will likely increase the amount of water your body needs, so it is important to be mindful of changes in your daily routine. About the Author: Digestive healthcare expert and naturopathic doctor Brenda Watson has been helping people restore and maintain their digestive health for more than 25 years. She is among the foremost authorities on digestive care and proper nutrition. www.Fiber35Diet.com

By Harald 1181 days ago on Biz/Ads
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Lose Weight Fast - High Fiber Foods Healthy Dieting Basics
Naturopathic Doctors strongly suggest that we increase roughage (fiber) in our diets. The latest holistic medical research suggests the high incidence of heart disease, diabetes, bowel disease, hernia and diverticulitis in western countries on a lack of dietary fiber in the diet. How much dietary fiber are you consuming on a daily basis? Americans usually avoid high fiber diets because of a concern that it will increase gas levels and bloating. As a matter of fact eating fiber will help the normal detoxification processes, normalize your bowel and support maintenance of a healthy weight and prevent bowel diseases. Dietary fiber amounts are now listed on most product labels in supermarkets. It is suggested that we consume at least 35 grams of dietary fiber daily. This amount can assist in re-establishing proper digestion in your body by toning and strengthening your bowel, eliminating harmful toxins. High Fiber Foods in Your Diet represent the revolutionary way for you to lose weight, prevent disease, stay slim and have more energy. Dietary fiber and digestive enzymes are a great way to improve poor digestion. www.Fiber35Diet.com

By Harald 1195 days ago on Biz/Ads
Popularity Views: 1,376
Tags: healthy dieting,
How To Lose Weight - Stabilize Blood Sugars
Nutritionists and health care practitioners often recommend a high fiber diet to their clients. Touted for its benefits to the cardiovascular system, experts suggest fiber will help us do everything from maintaining healthy cholesterol levels, to supporting a healthy blood sugar balance. As a digestive care educator, I typically discuss the benefits that fiber provides to our intestinal tract. In particular, that fiber can help promote regularity and assist with the normal detoxification process that takes place in our colon. Fiber is the indigestible parts of plants. There are two types of fiber, soluble and insoluble. Both types of fiber are needed in a healthy diet, because each type of fiber provides a different benefit to the healthy body. Let me offer a simple illustration: imagine your typical kitchen sponge. It has two sides, each of which serves a purpose to properly clean your sink of dishes. The soft absorbent side of the sponge can represent soluble fiber. The scrubby side of the sponge represents insoluble fiber. Soluble fiber is found in foods such as fruit pectin. It dissolves in water, forming a gel, and absorbs water soluble materials such as cholesterol and excess toxins. This can assist bodys natural process of elimination. It also provides food for intestinal flora, promoting a healthy intestinal environment. By absorbing liquids, soluble fiber can help form our stool, alleviating bothersome problems such as occasional diarrhea. The scrubby side of the sponge represents insoluble fiber, which is also known as roughage. This is found in foods such as bran and fibrous fruits and vegetables. This type of fiber provides bulk to the bowel, sweeping clean the intestinal wall, and helping to promote regularity. Balanced correctly, soluble and insoluble fiber work together, like a sponge and a scraper to help maintain the digestive tract. A diet rich in fruits, vegetables and grains will give you a ratio of roughly 25% - 35% soluble fiber and 65% - 75% insoluble fiber. www.Fiber35Diet.com

By Harald 1197 days ago on Biz/Ads
Popularity Views: 1,639
Tags: healthy dieting,
How To Lose Weight - Stabilize Blood Sugars
Nutritionists and health care practitioners often recommend a high fiber diet to their clients. Touted for its benefits to the cardiovascular system, experts suggest fiber will help us do everything from maintaining healthy cholesterol levels, to supporting a healthy blood sugar balance. As a digestive care educator, I typically discuss the benefits that fiber provides to our intestinal tract. In particular, that fiber can help promote regularity and assist with the normal detoxification process that takes place in our colon. Fiber is the indigestible parts of plants. There are two types of fiber, soluble and insoluble. Both types of fiber are needed in a healthy diet, because each type of fiber provides a different benefit to the healthy body. Let me offer a simple illustration: imagine your typical kitchen sponge. It has two sides, each of which serves a purpose to properly clean your sink of dishes. The soft absorbent side of the sponge can represent soluble fiber. The scrubby side of the sponge represents insoluble fiber. Soluble fiber is found in foods such as fruit pectin. It dissolves in water, forming a gel, and absorbs water soluble materials such as cholesterol and excess toxins. This can assist bodys natural process of elimination. It also provides food for intestinal flora, promoting a healthy intestinal environment. By absorbing liquids, soluble fiber can help form our stool, alleviating bothersome problems such as occasional diarrhea. The scrubby side of the sponge represents insoluble fiber, which is also known as roughage. This is found in foods such as bran and fibrous fruits and vegetables. This type of fiber provides bulk to the bowel, sweeping clean the intestinal wall, and helping to promote regularity. Balanced correctly, soluble and insoluble fiber work together, like a sponge and a scraper to help maintain the digestive tract. A diet rich in fruits, vegetables and grains will give you a ratio of roughly 25% - 35% soluble fiber and 65% - 75% insoluble fiber. www.Fiber35Diet.com

By Harald 1197 days ago on Biz/Ads
Popularity Views: 779
Tags: healthy dieting,
High Fiber Foods - Healthy Weight Loss Information
Naturopathic Doctors strongly suggest that we increase roughage (fiber) in our diets. The latest holistic medical research suggests the high incidence of heart disease, diabetes, bowel disease, hernia and diverticulitis in western countries on a lack of dietary fiber in the diet. How much dietary fiber are you consuming on a daily basis? Americans usually avoid high fiber diets because of a concern that it will increase gas levels and bloating. As a matter of fact eating fiber will help the normal detoxification processes, normalize your bowel and support maintenance of a healthy weight and prevent bowel diseases. Dietary fiber amounts are now listed on most product labels in supermarkets. It is suggested that we consume at least 35 grams of dietary fiber daily. This amount can assist in re-establishing proper digestion in your body by toning and strengthening your bowel, eliminating harmful toxins. High Fiber Foods in Your Diet represent the revolutionary way for you to lose weight, prevent disease, stay slim and have more energy. Dietary fiber and digestive enzymes are a great way to improve poor digestion. www.Fiber35Diet.com

By Harald 1197 days ago on Biz/Ads
Popularity Views: 748
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