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Nick, Peggy, Maggie Nolte - Testimonial

Nick, Peggy and Maggie Nolte…. together they have lost 116.2 lbs of fat in 4 weeks! In addition to losing the fat they have gained hydration, muscle and are well on their way to optimum cellular health as a family. Peggy even had a leg that was sore before she started the program and now her leg is pain - free! I encourage you to watch the testimonial videos as action speak louder than words.

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Debunking the Myths about Weight Loss

The general belief is that there is some magic secret to losing weight, looking better, and feeling great. The myths people believe are that a complicated diet must be followed and you have to spend all waking hours at the gym. The reality is actually quite simple, although most don’t want to believe the truth.

So let’s talk about eating better, being active and getting enough sleep. I want to encourage you that my program is simple, scientific and something that you can do for the rest of your life. Most people don’t want to look for the answers, but rather hide behind a set of complicated excuses.

When I talk about eating better I am not talking about eating only organic, juice fasts, or extreme dietary restrictions. Does eating better need to be a highly complex process with all sorts of hard to find foods? Not by any means, rather increasing fruits and vegetables and avoiding processed food is a great way to start. Fruits and vegetables have been what mankind...

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Muscle Mass - Dr Sean Silvernagel M.D.

One of the things people often over look in fitness, especially as we age, is the importance of maintaining muscle mass. Everyone wants to lose fat. We have developed an entire industry around that concept, but the critical role muscle plays to that effect is often lost in the process. As we age, our body starts to lose muscle mass, a process called sarcopenia. This usually starts in our 40’s and tends to accelerate with age. It varies from person to person and depends a bit upon how much muscle one has to start with. Regardless, muscle mass is slowly lost with time.   

So what’s the significance of this? Let’s start at the metabolic level. The number one determining factor of an individual’s basal metabolic rate is their lean muscle mass. We all know muscle burns a lot of calories during exercise, but when we are at rest, muscle still continues to burn calories as it works to maintain its size and integrity. This is the combustible engine of your...

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