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Am I Genetically Doomed to Be Overweight?

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I’ll cut straight to the chase.

I can’t prove, nor can I disprove this notion, and I don’t think science can either at this point but I can provide some really good insights for you.

1) We have yet to identify any ‘big’ or ‘small’ or ‘fat’ or ‘skinny’ gene or genes, or combination of genes.

2) But this doesn’t mean that it doesn’t exist…

3) Even if they did, that’s not how Genes work within human physiology.

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How Do I Increase My Metabolism?

InsideOrgansIf a buzzword could finish second to ‘toned’ in the weight loss industry, ‘Metabolism’ would be right up there. ‘The Fast Metabolism Diet…’ ‘The Metabolism Boosting Diet…’ ‘The Metabolism Miracle…’ ‘Jillian Michaels: Banish Fat, Boost Metabolism…’

No that last one isn’t a joke, it actually exists… 

The thing is how do you know if your metabolism is slow?

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2012 – The Art of Weight Loss


The Mayans were wrong, not that I ever expected them to be right.

Honestly, I’m a bit of a realist.

An overly optimistic realist, perhaps, but a realist.

I respect anybody who can tell me why they believe something, or why they are doing something, even if I disagree.

It’s the people who can’t form logical explanations that worry me…

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Kaizen Weight Loss

Or ‘how to Kaizen-the-shit-out-of excessive weight.’

Here is a simple concept, everyone should adopt when they are trying to lose weight.

How did Toyota over-take GM as the largest car manufacturer in the World?

One-Word: Kaizen

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It’s Not Easy Being Green

Appetizing No?

People ask me all the time:

           “Well, what supplements do you take?”

I always preface the answer with:

           “Well typically, I like to focus on the wholes foods I’m consuming, and I use very few supplements as a whole, but there are a few I like.”

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