Tag Archives: obesity

L-Tryptophan the Obesity, Depression & ADD Silver Bullet Solution?

What is dietary Tryptophan and how can it help you lose weight and reduce anxiety? It is one of the 8 essential amino acids our bodies require to function correctly. It is found naturally in varying degrees within food we eat, such as red meat, milk, eggs, turkey, bananas and chocolate, etc. How does Tryptophan work to produce benefits for our bodies that could promote natural weight loss, reduce anxiety, increase happiness, remove depression, and (more…)

“FDA Bans Hydrogenated Trans Fats”

Be sure to eat healthy and get your daily walk exercise on. It does a body good. Updated:  14 Nov 2018, Marc Woodard In order to understand how unhealthy Trans Fats are it is necessary to first define and relate to them and how this unhealthy fat got into our food in the first place.  And why the FDA agrees it’s not fit for human consumption. Hydrogenated Trans fats were invented in the 1890s.  What took the FDA so long to put a ban (more…)

Recreation Saves Lives and Cities

“City recreation is now the policy maker in partnership with city leaders, especially as health and recreational access disparity grows.” Updated: 14 October 2018, Marc Woodard Today’s cities compete for residents and business by offering state of the art recreation facilities services and programs, developed parks and greenway trail systems, safe walkways and open green space and for good reason.  It is the tremendous economic, social, wellbeing and fit healthy benefits these recreational amenities bring to community.  Once (more…)

The Thyroid a Powerful Weight Regulating Gland

Updated 22 September 2018 The thyroid is a small gland in the neck no bigger than a buckeye butterfly.  But this glands hormone also influences other hormone producing glands which have much to do with our weight and other important metabolic interactions and bodily functions.  Just because these glands are small, does not mean they are insignificant. Walk More to Burn Additional Calories It is seen through patient and animal research that hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid (more…)

Bacterial Gut Disease Connected to Engineered Crop Foods

As one day sets a new one begins. How will you begin a healthy lifestyle plan?Updated: 22 June 2018, Did you know that your digestive system is at risk of illness, disease and autoimmune disorders when your bacterial colonies are out of balance? When the good bacteria are overridden by the bad ones, they override the good and begin to produce toxins and destroy tissue by feeding on it. The good bacteria is also known (more…)

MirrorAthlete Reveals Fitness Consulting Trade Secrets

Updated: 20 March 2018 Marc beginning a 10mile walk in Central CA. A former client Sid asked specific questions regarding information I posted on MirrorAthlete’s first web site back in 2007. His queries provided an opportunity to share more of the company’s history with readers and reflect on how we got into publishing our first book. [Sid’s Questions] … I can’t seem to locate your MirrorAthlete pain chronicles I read back in the early years. “I (more…)

Control Diabetes & Lose Weight Naturally

Visit COOL-places that motivate you to walk more. Last Updated:  20 January 2018 A good way to manage diabetes and lose weight safely is to understand the connection between the different types of carbohydrate foods consumed…  And the effects unhealthy food choice has on blood sugar levels can lead to illness and disease. Learn how to select healthier food choices listed in a Glycemic Index (GI).  When applying this knowledge consistently – helps to maintain (more…)

Weight Loss and Fitness Secrets Revealed – New Year New You!

Heritage Trail Tigard, OR – Begin a walking habit.. It does a body good. Last Updated:  22 Dec 2017 It’s a new year and will it also be the beginning of a new you? How many time have you tried making a New Year’s resolution?  Or one you’d actually make a commitment to and it stuck? So what is your New Year’s Resolution, what do you want to change about yourself, or life? Is it (more…)