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Everything We Know About Calories May Be Wrong

Posted 09 August 2012 | By | Categories: almond flour | No Comments

A recent nutritional analysis of almonds, a favorite health snack among nutrition enthusiasts, has led to some intriguing insights on how our bodies handle certain calories. I’ve long said that not all calories are created equal, and it turns out that there is some new scientific evidence to validate this claim. Almonds (and Other Healthy [...]

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How to Make Your Body Count Calories So You Don’t (Consciously) Have To

Posted 12 June 2012 | By | Categories: fructose, weight loss, weight maintenance | 1 Comment

I’ve long said that calories aren’t everything, because they really aren’t. To understand how to lose weight, one has to first look at their overall lifestyle. Calories in and calories out just doesn’t cut it. Here are some ways you can make your body start counting calories without you having to log a single meal. [...]

Increase Your Chew Potential and Decrease Your Weight

Increase Your Chew Potential and Decrease Your Weight

Posted 01 August 2011 | By | Categories: Uncategorized | No Comments

Researchers are beginning to find that chewing more during meals can increase hormones associated with satiation and the feeling of being full. ┬áThe main hormone called leptin, seems to increase at higher levels when we spend a longer time chewing our food. Many people in today’s society will wolf down food with barely 10 chews, [...]

Restaurants Seriously Underestimating Calorie Counts for Meals

Restaurants Seriously Underestimating Calorie Counts for Meals

Posted 27 July 2011 | By | Categories: Uncategorized | No Comments

Recently it has been reported that over 20% of nationwide restaurants are misguiding health-conscious diners with their calorie counts on menus and the restaurants website. According to CNN, 1 out of 5 restaurant calorie counts are wrong. So wrong, in fact, that restaurants are hiding up to 500-1000 calories from their nutrition menus. An analysis [...]

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