Archive for January, 2014

3 Sneaky Reasons Dining Out Is Sabotaging Your Nutrition

  If you sit down at a restaurant and order a grilled chicken breast, a big salad and some steamed rice, you’d naturally assume that you were eating a healthy meal that will fuel your muscle gains and also help you achieve your fat loss goals. Unfortunately, you might be wrong. In fact, in many cases, you’re almost certainly going to be wrong. Let me explain why. Reason #1 Most Restaurants Use Very Low-Quality Ingredients: Restaurants are in the business of making money. Yes, there are some really great independently-owned…

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food labels lie about trans fat!

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Step #1: STOP Trusting Food Labels (They’re NOT trustworthy) Everyone believes reading labels is a good way to determine if a food is healthy or not – but that’s only partially true. To make more money from uneducated consumers, most food manufacturers use dirty little tricks to hide dangerous and fattening ingredients in common foods that you eat everyday. And worst of all, these fake ingredients are specifically designed to make you ADDICTED to their stuff. One of many examples is “trans fats”. If you don’t know by now, this…

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Skipping Meals Leads To Muscle Loss & Fat Storage

Skipping Meals Leads To Muscle Loss & Fat Storage   By Las Vegas Certified Personal Trainer Mark Lani  In today’s on-the-go world, fast food has become, for some, a necessary part of daily life. Unfortunately this often means chowing down on grease, salt, and more grease, a habit, which inevitably leads to weight gain. So the dilemma stands—you need food on the go, but $.99 cent burritos end up expanding your waistline. With all the carbohydrate hype and fad diets out there, it’s confusing to the average consumer on what…

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30 minute workout good or bad

  Is It Possible To Get A Good Workout In 30 minutes? by Mark Lani CPT, CSN Ask anyone who goes to the gym how long a good workout usually takes; you will be surprised to learn that most gym goers spend one to two hours including the commute. Based on the above response many are blown away when I tell them that is possible to get an effective workout in 30 minutes a day, and still get awesome results! Because of the hectic world we live in and limited…

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