aI was asked about a product called "Fastin" as a dietary aid. After some research I found that this is a product made in the Canada by Global Alliance Corp and disturbed by out of a company in Georgia. It is not a FDA regulated product. Its primary ingredient is phyenylethylamine HCL 245 mg and 100 caffiene.
Posted by John Penley @ Tuesday, January 22, 2013 @ 15:06pm
Studies from the National Weight Control Registry have shown the following goals are the cornerstone of a successful weight loss maintenance program.
1. weigh yourself regularly - the scale shows you have gained a pound, tighten up your diet until you go back down.
2. Drink lots of water - keeps you focused on the process of weight control.
3. Eat the same amount of meals each day. Whether it is 4, 5 or 6, whatever works best for you.
More food for thought.
Posted by Shane Mclean @ Tuesday, January 22, 2013 @ 12:56pm
What does it take to stay connected to everyone and keep your business going? Computer time!!! I love what I do and I can do it all day. What I have a hard time with are all the websites that need to be frequently updated and changed. Here in lacks the motivation. And me, my own coach. So the question is, do you hire a personal assistant to keep up on all the electronic "Mumbo, Jumbo"? I believe the answer to that is yes.
You don’t need anyone else’s permission or assistance to create value. All it takes is the desire to make a difference. When you encounter a challenge, find a way through it. If your first effort doesn’t do the trick, make another effort, and another, until success is yours.
Posted by Kurt Gillon @ Tuesday, January 22, 2013 @ 11:16am
I have to say that eating more veggies, fruits, and healthy foods is easier than I thought. I am feeling more energetic now that I have less processed foods daily. Plus as an added bonus I have lost 2.5 lbs. I feel that being busy all the time is part of why I lost track of how I was eating. This does happen to all of us but we need to be vigilant of this happening. It starts with a little something bad here and there and then it is out of control. The weight creeps on and we feel sluggish. The other thing I've been improving is getting adequate
The hardest part of having an overweight child is the moment you realize you helped create the problem. Don't beat yourself up - no one wakes up and says "I think I will make my kid overweight today". Make small changes with "babysteps". Try not to make a big deal about a number on the scale. If you start moving everyday and make small changes in your diet - weight will start to come off and self esteem will soar. You have the power to turn it around and head for a healthy new life!