I’ve got two great articles for you today.
One about how certain types of foods can actually create inflammation in your body and make it almost impossible to get rid of pain or heal.
And another article about how you can speed up your metabolism with simple little changes and tricks – and without exercise.
I hope you find them helpful and if you haven’t already, please be sure to let us know what topics you’d like us to cover in future articles.
Is What You’re Eating Keeping You In Pain?
When I say the word “inflammation,” it’s likely to evoke thoughts of painful joints and muscles, swelling, and a loss of mobility.
But did you know that recent research shows that chronic inflammation in your body can lead to serious diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, some cancers, and Alzheimer’s disease, to name just a few?
The amount of inflammation in your body varies and is dependent on a number of factors – including your activity level, the amount of sleep you get, the degree of stress in your life, and even the foods you eat.
What you have to realize is that these factors are cumulative – meaning they build up over time. And the more that any or all of these factors get out of whack, the risk for disease increases.
How to Maximize Fat Loss With Little or NO Exercise
Weight loss is a billion-dollar industry because everyone is looking for the quick fix when it comes to losing weight. Everyone wants to burn body fat yet few people understand how the human body uses fat for fuel!
The only way body fat can be effectively used as fuel Is If blood sugar is stable, and the body is using more fuel than is being supplied! This is what keeps most people from burning fat.
Again, I hope you found these articles helpful. Feel free to forward this email to anyone you think could benefit from the articles.
Also, please go to our discussion forum and let us know what topics you’d like to see covered in future articles.
Talk to you soon,
Jesse Cannone, CFT, CPRS, MFT
P.S. Did you watch the 3 videos I sent to you last week?
Written By: Updated: June 24,2008