One guess! Read the article here.
One note though, when they discuss vegetable oils in the article, simply think olive oil. Oils like Canola, etc, are not really healthy for you.
For myself, after having been told I have Hashimoto’s Disease, an auto immune disease of the thyroid, earlier this year, I’ve adopted the Paleo Diet, and absolutely love it! I’m symptom free, and hopefully after some healing, I’ll be able to lose weight again.
We all know losing weight and keeping it off is hard. Do we need yet another article telling us so?
This article at the New York Times does a little bit more than just tell us what we already know, the last paragraph is actually quite helpful.
Great article on the health benefits as fellas cooking techniques for salmon.
Also the NY Times has a quick and tasty recipe for roasted salmon.
Can be found in this article.
Also if haven’t yet watched Fat Head, it’s available on Amazon or Hulu. There’s also a copy on YouTube with Korean subtitles. Fat Head is all about how we have been told what to eat is basically wrong, and fueling the obesity epidemic in this country.
An interesting article with the author of a new book on why diets don’t work. I have my own theories such as you are making short term changes in behavior and revert back to your behavior when the weight is lost. You read the article here.
It appears for some reason, when your iPad is in landscape mode, tapping on any of the settings in the Settings window, makes the window go away.
For now, access Settings while the iPad is in portrait mode as a work around until I can fix this.
Read here and find out. Hint, they found only two were successful after 12 months.
Some people have been having an issue where when they tap the Settings button, nothing happens.
Good News! I have finally figured this out and have submitted a fixed version to the App Store for approval.
An excellent article at Medindia on all types of great workouts to help burn fat. Read the article, here. My personal favorites, Yoga and Kickboxing. Make yourself a challenge to work out every day. Doesn’t have to be a big long 60 minute workout, could be a short 15 minute workout, but at least you worked out!
In Medical News Today, a study on several different diet plans is available here.