The 10-Minute Walk

If “finding time” is your main obstacle to getting enough exercise, try taking three brisk 10-minute walks five days a week. One in the morning before you do anything else. One in the afternoon after lunch. One at night after dinner.

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Does Being “Slightly” Overweight Matter?

In the 2008 Physician’s Health Study, researchers tracked 21,094 male doctors for two decades. They found that even those who were only modestly overweight had a higher risk for heart disease, and the risk grew along with the amount of extra weight.

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In-Home or in the Gym?

I am frequently asked: “Jon, can I work out in my home or do I have to go to a gym?” The answer: You don’t have to go to a gym. You can work out in your home – with little to no equipment – and make very good progress. Here’s how…

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Burn Fat With Spices

Not only can spices save an otherwise boring (but healthy) meal… turns out they can help you burn body fat through the process of thermogenesis. Thermogenesis is simply heat. And since a calorie is a unit of heat, guess what? More thermogenesis = more calories burned.

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The Double-Whammy

If you believe “a calorie is a calorie”… I have news for you. All calories are not created equal.
For example, it requires more body energy to process calories from protein. You burn about 25 percent of the protein calories you consume just on digestion and biochemical processing. That’s one of the many reasons a high-protein diet burns more body fat.

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How to Firm Up Your Backside

Most every gal in the gym is familiar with the lunge. You see hordes of women doing lunges. Some trainers even have them walking around outside doing lunges.

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How to Eat Better

How would you like to feel better… look better… stop struggling with excess body fat… and help support your community? No joke.

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