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The reason you are overweight is because there is a YIN-YANG battle going on deep within your brain, inside the
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C.A.R.T. (Cocaine.Amphetamine.Regulatory.Transcript.) is the “Good Guy”… and if you’re trying to lose weight it's
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into overdrive. When C.A.R.T. is stimulated it increases your metabolism, reduces your appetite, and increases
insulin to deliver energy to your muscles rather than be stored as body fat.

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Here are some Questions and Answers to some questions from members, some of you also might have ...
So I am passing the answers on.
Q. Is green tea really good for me?
A.The steady stream of good news about green tea is getting so hard to ignore that even java junkies are
beginning to sip mugs of the deceptively delicate brew. You'd think the daily dose of disease-fighting,
inflammation-squelching antioxidants--long linked with heart protection--would be enough incentive, but
wait, there's more! Lots more.
Several polyphenols - the potent antioxidants green tea's famous for - seem to help keep cancer cells
from gaining a foothold in the body, by discouraging their growth and then squelching the creation of new
blood vessels that tumors need to thrive. Study after study has found that people who regularly drink
green tea reduce their risk of breast, stomach, esophagus, colon, and/or prostate cancer.
Got a cut, scrape, or bite, and a little leftover green tea? Soak a cotton pad in it. The tea is a natural
antiseptic that relieves itching and swelling. Try it on inflamed breakouts and blemishes, sunburns, even
puffy eyelids. And that's not all. In the lab, green tea helps block sun-triggered skin cancer, whether you
drink it or apply it directly to the skin - which is why you're seeing green tea in more and more
sunscreens and moisturizers.
Having healthy blood pressure - meaning below 120/80 - is one thing. Keeping it that way is quite another.
But people who sip just half a cup a day are almost 50 percent less likely to wind up with hypertension
than non-drinkers. Credit goes to the polyphenols again (especially one known as ECGC). They help keep
blood vessels from contracting and raising blood pressure.
Green tea may also keep the brain from turning fuzzy. Getting-up-there adults who drink at least two cups
a day are half as likely to develop cognitive problems as those who drink less. Why? It appears that the
tea's big dose of antioxidants fights the free-radical damage to brain nerves seen in Alzheimer's and
The younger and healthier your arteries are, the younger and healthier you are. So fight plaque build-up in
your blood vessels, which ups the risk of heart disease and stroke, adds years to your biological age (or
RealAge), and saps your energy too. How much green tea does this vital job take? About 10 ounces a day,
which also deters your body from absorbing artery-clogging fat and cholesterol.
Oh yeah, one more thing. Turns out that green tea speeds up your body's calorie-burning process. In the
every-little-bit-counts department, this is good news!

Next Question....
Q. What Is The Purpose Of Storing Body Fat?
A. Storage of fat on the body is a critical defence mechanism. Remember, the human body has not
changed essentially since the Stone Age. At that time starvation and famine were ever-present dangers
to survival, while over-consumption and obesity were unheard of. To enable Stone Age humans to survive
periods of food scarcity, the human body was designed to store energy which could then be drawn upon
in times of famine. Thus for example, people could overeat during the hunting season, or when food was
plentiful, and the surplus would be stored as fat tissue (adipose tissue). And when food was short, the
body would burn the deposite fat as energy. Of course Stone Age life and body chemistry was/is much
more complicated than this simple explanation suggests, but it suffices to explain why we have a built-in
fat storage facility
Q.How Are Carbs, Protein And Fat Absorbed And Stored?
A.The human body needs energy to power muscles and to fuel the millions of chemical and biological
reactions which take place throughout our system every day. This energy comes from the food we
consume in our diet. Food consists mainly of water and three types of nutrient - protein, dietary fats and
carbohydrate - which are found in varying proportions in most foods. These nutrients are broken down,
digested and absorbed by the body in the gastrointestinal tract, running from the mouth to the anus. Each
of these macronutrients is processed and absorbed by the digestive system in different ways.
Q.How Are Surplus Carbs Used And Stored?
A.Carbohydrate is the major source of energy for the body. This is because, of all nutrients, it converts
most readily to glucose which is the body's preferred fuel. When we eat carbohydrate, it is converted to
glucose in the digestive tract and distributed via the liver to cells throughout the body for use as energy.
Once our immediate energy needs are satisfied, the remaining carb glucose is handled in one of two
ways. Either it is converted to liquid glycogen (a temporary source of readily available energy) and stored
in the liver or muscles. Or, it is converted into fatty acids by the liver and stored in adipose cells (fat-cells)
around the body.
Q.How Is Surplus Protein Used And Stored?
A.Protein is broken down into amino acids in the stomach and small intestine, then distributed via the
liver to cells throughout the body for a variety of uses included cell formation and repair. Some surplus
protein amino acids are kept circulating in the bloodstream, the remainder is either converted into a type
of simple sugar and used as energy, or (like carbohydrate) is converted to fatty acid and stored in
adipose cells.
Q.How Is Surplus Dietary Fat Used And Stored?
A. Dietary fat is broken down into fatty acids and glycerol by the stomach and small intestine. It is then
distributed (in the form of triglycerides) via the lymphatic system and bloodstream to the cells for a
variety of specialized uses or, in the absence of sufficient carbs, for energy. However, since dietary fat
cannot be converted into protein and only about 5 percent (the glycerol part) is convertible into glucose,
and because dietary fat is not the body's preferred choice of fuel, a significant amount ends up being
stored as body fat in the adipose tissue.
Conversion Of Body Fat To Energy
If energy is required suddenly, the body first uses up its glycogen reserves. After this, it converts the body
fat in the adipose cells into energy by a catabolic process called lipolysis. During lipolysis, triglycerides
within the adipose cells are acted upon by a complex enzyme called hormone sensitive lipase (HSL). This
converts the triglyceride into fatty acids and glycerol. The fatty acids are then transported via the
bloodstream to tissues for use as energy, or (along with the glycerol) taken to the liver for further
Adipose Tissue
Adipose cells which make up adipose tissue are specialized cells which contain and can synthesize
globules of fat. This fat either comes from the dietary fat we eat or is made by the body from surplus
carbohydrate or protein in our diet. Adipose tissue is mainly located just under the skin, although adipose
deposits are also found between the muscles, in the abdomen, and around the heart and other organs.
The location of fat deposits is largely determined by genetic inheritance. Thus it is not possible to affect
where we store fat. Nor is it possible to influence from which area the body burns fat for energy purposes.
Q.Why Do We Get Fat?
A. Most of us develop body fat because we eat more calories than we burn in exercise. Given a culture
which emphasises "value for money food portions" and "super-sizing", along with an steady increase in
serving size, an upsurge of new tasty high-calorie foods and energy drinks, such over-consumption is
perhaps only to be expected. Lack of exercise is also a major contributory factor. However, overeating
and lack of fitness is not the whole story.
Q.Why Are So Many People Obese?
A.The prevalence and incidence of obesity (the disease of excess body fat) has risen considerably over
the past 25 years, both in the developed and undeveloped world. Why is this? We don't know for sure.
Despite extensive research into the causes and predictors of obesity, they remain unquantified. In other
words, although we know that (eg) excessive calorie intake, lack of exercise, metabolic disorders and
genetic inheritance all impact on the incidence and symptoms of obesity, experts still don't know the
relative contribution of these causal factors. The only thing that most experts agree on, is that the recent
upsurge in obesity cannot be attributed in any major way to the influence of genes, since genetic changes
typically take millennia to appear, not two decades. Even so, the connections between type 2 diabetes,
raised blood fats, obesity and insulin insensitivity - a cluster of symptoms which form the condition
known as insulin resistance syndrome - is evidence of a progressive deterioration in the body's
metabolic efficiency, which may be a growing underlying factor in the development of excess body fat
among many people.

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As a diet coach I hear this complaint often from many people who are not taking an added diet
supplement: “I’m dieting all the time, but I can’t lose any weight.” For many people, losing weight is a
frustrating endeavor. No matter how hard they seem to be trying, nothing changes. What is going
on? Identifying the problem is only part of the solution.
6 common reasons why we don’t lose weight
Many of our social interactions include food.
Restaurants portions have increased (particularly fast food).
We are less active than in the past.
We find it unacceptable to be hungry.
We misunderstand how weight is maintained.
We forget the extra food we eat everyday, or we think we ate less than we did.
It’s also important to remember that when we consume fewer calories, we have a tendency to be
less active, which probably stems from our biological programming to preserve body weight for
Simple truths about weight loss
Many people think weight loss is like emptying a bucket with a ladle. A scoop out of the bucket today,
tomorrow, next week will eventually empty the bucket. Not so with our bodies. When we decrease
our food intake, our bodies try to absorb and store more calories the next time we eat in excess of
what our body needs. So, even though we are cutting down most of the time, we will not lose weight
if we get extra calories part of the time.
The simple rule of weight loss is that you must consistently burn off more calories than you take in.
Any type of weight loss diet can work as long as calorie intake is consistently reduced, every day. A
diet that is balanced with small quantities of vegetables, fruit, grains and lean meat or fish is the
healthiest. Exercise helps, but unless you are an athlete, you will have to cut calories, too. And
remember, it’s OK to be hungry when losing weight. Once a goal is achieved, every day is for
maintaining. If you go back to eating more and exercising less, the weight will go right back on.
Factoring exercise into your weight loss plan
You can exercise more to lose weight, but beware of this idea. Most people don’t realize how much
exercise is needed to lose weight without cutting calories. Plus, exercise increases appetites. If a
dieter can avoid eating any more than was consumed before the diet and can burn off an additional
500 calories every day, that person can lose a pound a week. One mile, walked or run, or five miles
on a bike, burns 100 calories. If you can do five miles a day—every day—and not eat any more no
matter where you are or what you are doing, you can lose a pound a week. Or, you can cut 250
calories per day and do two and a half miles to accomplish the same thing.
Everyone can lose weight. Not everyone can or should be skinny, but everyone can reach a normal,
healthy weight. It requires an acceptance that we cannot eat all we want, whenever we want. We can
enjoy food and the occasions in which food is served, but our food intake must be balanced with our
activity to achieve and maintain a normal weight.

Stay Strong and if you have any questions please let me know, and if you get a chance email me and
let me know how you are doing.
Talk to you soon,

Hello, Some of you asked what you should be drinking...
Making improvements to your current lifestyle involves a multi-pronged approach: For instance, selecting the right fats
carbs over trans fats and highly processed carbs; choosing beverages without added sugar and other unhealthy fillers;
getting enough physical activity
The following is a list of approved drinks:
1 percent low-fat or fat-free milk or buttermilk
Low-fat (4 grams of fat or less) plain soy milk or sucralose-containing flavored soy milk
Coffee and tea (limit caffeine-containing beverages to 1-2 servings per day)
Decaffeinated coffee and tea
Herbal tea without added sugars (Avoid any teas that promise to help you lose weight or boast any other unrealistic
Sugar-free flavored waters (check labels carefully, as flavored waters often contain hidden sugars), soda, iced teas,
powdered drinks, etc.
Club soda or seltzer
Tomato or vegetable juice cocktail
You should avoid the following:
Fruit juices
Sodas with added sugar
Whole or 2 percent reduced-fat milk
Alcohol (on the occasions that you do drink, you may have up to two glasses of wine. If you prefer another alcoholic
beverage, you can choose from vodka, gin, whiskey, scotch, bourbon, tequila, or rum instead.)
Flavored waters with added sugar
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Delicious Winter Produce Bargains
If you're following healthy eating principles, chances are you're shopping for great-tasting fresh fruits and
vegetables. During the winter this can be a frustrating experience in many parts of the country. Tasteless tomatoes,
unripe strawberries, and avocados priced like precious gems are just some of the typical complaints about
produce. Your favorite fruits and veggies are either out of season or they come with a hefty price tag. So should
you give up on them until the spring thaw?Of course not! Here are three steps to help you avoid the winter produce
woes. Buy seasonal produce. Readily available winter fruits include oranges, grapefruit, apples, and pears. Zero in
on always-tasty winter vegetables such as broccoli, cabbage, brussels sprouts, cauliflower, celery root, fennel,
spinach,  mushrooms, kale, chicory, leeks, Swiss chard, and collard greens.
Shop the frozen-foods aisle. Believe it or not, some nutrients (like vitamins A and C) are better retained in frozen
produce  than fresh produce, which loses some nutrients through exposure to air and light and during
transportation. Plus, frozen  produce is a real time-saver because it usually requires minimal preparation. In
addition, by stocking your freezer with  frozen produce, you'll always have fruits and vegetables on hand, even on
days when you can't make it to the grocery  store. This aisle is also an especially good place to find berries and
other off-season fruits. (Make sure you select frozen  fruits packaged without added sugars.)
Seek out weekly sales. Your local grocery store probably runs weekly promotions on selected produce. If you're
looking  to save pennies, pick up a circular and make it a point to buy produce that's on sale.
Get the Most out of Your Veggies (in the Least Amount of Time!) Forget roasting and sautéing vegetables when
you're pressed for time. Instead, try steaming them. This cooking method is delightfully simple, incredibly speedy,
and especially healthy because  more nutrients are retained (compared with other cooking methods). Plus,
steaming brings out the natural flavor of your  veggies. If you've never steamed vegetables before, it's time to
master this technique. On the Stovetop:
Add 1 or 2 inches of water to a large pot and bring to a boil over high heat.
Prepare your vegetables for cooking: After washing thoroughly, cut them into equal-sized pieces to ensure even
cooking. Place your steaming basket (a specially designed tool that fits inside a pot and holds food just above the
surface of the  water) in the pot of water.
Add vegetables to the basket and cover.
Cook until vegetables reach the desired texture. In general, most vegetables require only 1 to 2 minutes of
steaming,  since steam is even hotter than boiling water. If you like your veggies tender, cook a little longer; if you
prefer crunchy  veggies, cook for shorter periods. Be careful not to overcook, or you'll end up with mushy
vegetables. Carefully remove the lid (remember, the steam can burn your hands!)
and take the vegetables out of the basket.
In the Microwave:
Prepare your vegetables for cooking: After washing thoroughly, cut vegetables into equal-sized pieces to ensure
Place vegetables in a large, microwave-safe bowl (a glass bowl, for example).
Add water to cover your vegetables — the water should be shallow in the bowl.
Cover the bowl with microwave-safe plastic wrap and fold back in one spot to vent.
Microwave on high for 4 to 8 minutes (depending on the thickness of the vegetables) or until your veggies reach the
desired consistency.
Get your meal — and your weight loss — off to a great start with this satisfying, nutty salad.

Tip: Toasting walnuts intensifies their flavor and adds crunch. Toast the nuts either in a skillet over low heat or in a
oven for about 10 minutes, until they are fragrant.

2 Tablespoons red-wine vinegar
1 clove garlic, minced
1 teaspoon extra-virgin olive oil
1 teaspoon walnut oil
Salt and black pepper
½ pound green beans, trimmed
4 ounces sugar snap peas, trimmed
4 cups lightly packed baby lettuce leaves
1 kirby or small cucumber, peeled and thinly sliced
1 small red bell pepper, thinly sliced
½ cup walnut pieces, toasted
1. To prepare dressing, whisk vinegar, garlic, olive and walnut oils, and salt and pepper in a large serving bowl.

2. Bring a medium saucepan of salted water to boil over high heat. Add beans; bring back to a boil and cook 2
minutes.  Using a slotted spoon, remove vegetables. Add peas to saucepan and cook 30 seconds. Drain; halve
peas lengthwise. Let cool slightly.

3. In serving bowl, toss lettuce, cucumber, and bell pepper with dressing. Add cooked vegetables; toss. Garnish
with  walnut pieces and serve immediately.