What you can learn from Cavemen

How would you like to be naturally lean, muscular and energetic? To effortlessly maintain a low body fat, rippling muscles and picturesque health? Mark Sisson, an athlete, coach, and student on a lifelong quest for exceptional health, happiness, and peak performance (his words), penned the book, “The Primal Blueprint” to show you how to do just that. At 55, he weighs 165 pounds with 8 percent body fat, eats as much food as he pleases, and rarely gets sick. He also says he’s healthier, fitter, happier and more productive than ever. So what is Mark’s secret? In his words, “Modeling your 21st-century life after our primal hunter-gather ancestors will help you greatly reduce or eliminate almost all of the disease risk factors that you may falsely blame on genes you inherited from your parents Weight loss does not have to involve the suffering, sacrifice, and deprivation we’ve been conditioned to ...(Read More)

Cellulite..

Cellulite is just fat that looks offensive! The key to reducing cellulite is to drop pounds slowly. The speed that you lose weight really does matter! Improper calorie and food consumption will make cellulite worse by reducing skin’s elasticity. Knowing what foods and when to eat them plays a hugh role in your success. Gradual weight loss will preserve your skin’s suppleness and reduce fat; add targeted muscle development to firm and smooth underlying tissue. What works for a friend may not work for you. Our comprehensive exercise and eating plans will burn fat, tone muscles and melt fat safely. I know it’s not as easy as applying a cream or taking diet pills, but it’s safer and more effective.

Pay Attention!

The Art of Eating Mindfully Do you ever find yourself snacking away without paying attention to how much you’re eating? Maybe you’re focused on a movie or the ball game. This is a sure-fire way to gain weight. When your goal is to drop pounds it is important to practice the art of eating mindfully. This means that when you eat you should stay tuned in to your level of satiety so that at the first sign of fullness you will stop.