How to Lose Belly Fat: Latest Secrets from the Research Labs, Part 2

Written by David L. Kern

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DHEA levels are known to decline with age. The older you are,repparttar more likely that DHEA will help you reduce belly fat. Your doctor can also do a blood test for DHEA levels.

The theory of hormone replacement therapy, which links your body’s gradual loss of certain hormones to aging and age-related disease, has a lot of established medical proof. In its narrowest sense, HRT is means replacing estrogen in menopausal women. Butrepparttar 131157 broader picture of HRT includes human growth hormone, melatonin, sex hormones, and DHEA.

If you are still young, you probably have adequate levels of most or all of these hormones. There would be no sense in giving you more, because you are not yet “deficient.”

The key to HRT, especially as it relates to aging, is to return your hormone levels to a more youthful profile. Levels similar to what you had when you were, say, 25 years old. Before most of us were worried about diabetes, heart disease, or our bulging bellies.

Just as low levels of this hormone can be a problem, too much DHEA can also cause problems. Ask your doctor aboutrepparttar 131158 blood test before you supplement.

David L. Kern is a health researcher and publisher of New Health & Longevity, a newsletter devoted to the latest advances in nutritional science. Find out how to lose belly fat today at . This entire series of articles, How to Lose Belly Fat: Secrets from the Research Labs will be available at

The Integrity Diet—how To Lose The Dead Weight In Your Life

Written by Jim Jenkins

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Other “bad carbs” include toxic co-workers. You know these people,repparttar ones who never have a kind word to say about anyone, especially if they are in management, and spend more time complaining about work that actually working. These arerepparttar 131156 people leaning against your office door, looking to waste time and gossip when you want to hit an important deadline. These arerepparttar 131157 peers who only call you when they have a problem, and take up long lunches talking only of themselves and their woes. These arerepparttar 131158 unhappy, self-absorbed, tiresome people that we always wonder why we tolerate. When wasrepparttar 131159 last time one of your bad carb friends asked about you and actually listened torepparttar 131160 answer?

How to Lose Dead Weight—The Integrity Diet

If you can go on a low-carb diet to lose weight, why not dorepparttar 131161 same withrepparttar 131162 people you surround yourself with? Go on an “integrity diet” and rid yourself ofrepparttar 131163 bad carbs in your life. It isn’t easy to give up pizza, pasta and doughnuts. And it isn’t easy to look a longtime “friend” inrepparttar 131164 eye and say you do not want them to be a part of your life any longer. Butrepparttar 131165 best part is, while you might miss pizza, you will never miss a “toxic” friend.

To get you started on your Integrity Diet, tryrepparttar 131166 following:

Make a list ofrepparttar 131167 important people in your lives.

Divide them into proteins, good and bad carbs.

Make an effort to strengthen your relationship withrepparttar 131168 proteins—the people who inspire you, energize you and make you happy.

Enjoyrepparttar 131169 good carbs in moderation.

Minimize your time withrepparttar 131170 bad carbs.

Remember to pay special attention torepparttar 131171 bad carbs. Eliminating them will not be easy or pleasant, butrepparttar 131172 positive results in your emotional and professional lives will appear as fast asrepparttar 131173 pounds shed when you say goodbye to white bread, French fries and cupcakes.

You can eat allrepparttar 131174 protein inrepparttar 131175 world, but if you keep taking inrepparttar 131176 bad carbs, you won’t getrepparttar 131177 results you ultimately want.

And be sure to let us know how much “dead weight” you lose inrepparttar 131178 next thirty days!

Jim Jenkins President and Chief Inspiration Officer With more than twenty years of corporate experience and coaching success, Jim Jenkins is following his destiny: to inspire others to live up to their full potential. In doing so, he has worked with many businesses and individuals in achieving and sustaining success. Jim works with clients to help them determine their goals... What and who they want to be.

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