Taking The Guesswork Out of Weight Loss

Written by Dr. David Nganele

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Also when you decreaserepparttar amount of food you eat, as in dieting, your body also decreasesrepparttar 108448 amount of calories it burns to try and maintainrepparttar 108449 balance. This is why you must increase your activity level to maintain your bodyís rate of burning calories.

Most weight loss plans fail because they do not takerepparttar 108450 powerful effect of homeostasis into account whenrepparttar 108451 program was designed. When you are told, for example to avoid carbohydrates or fats, your body, through homeostasis, will create cravings for those foods and thatís what causes that uneasiness that leadrepparttar 108452 individual to eventually give up onrepparttar 108453 program.

The good news, again is that by shiftingrepparttar 108454 balance in a gradual fashion without trying to completely disrupt it, you can obtain safe and permanent weight loss.

Dr. David Nganele is a noted medical education expert and his book "The New Set Point" explains why most weight loss plans fail and how you can fix yours. You can learn more from his web site at http://www.thenewsetpoint.com

10 Simple Rules to Make You Serious Money in the Sharemarket and Keep it!

Written by Joseph Sgro

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Do I think that I'mrepparttar worst case? NO WAY!! You only have to look back in time to see what companies, underwriters and well-established financial houses paid for software companies and internet security companies - even our beloved Telstra(usingrepparttar 108447 taxpayer's wealth) suffered its billion dollar nightmares, not to mention News Corp's businesses going bust. The bigger they arerepparttar 108448 harder they have fallen: Enron, Vivendi, Worldcom and others handing over billions as if there was no tomorrow. Well nowrepparttar 108449 penny has well and truly dropped as these huge gorillas fight for their survival under a pile of debt and scandal. Nope...I'm in good company. The scandals and falls since June 2002 have certainly been enough to scare me. We live in hope that we don't end up with a depression and thatrepparttar 108450 losses of up to $US8 trillion atrepparttar 108451 time of writing, are finally stemmed without bringingrepparttar 108452 whole financial system to its knees.

How many lucky devils bought News Corp at $26 and how many have watchedrepparttar 108453 decent to $8.46? Losing $12 billion in one year only makes people want to own it, pushingrepparttar 108454 price from below $9.50 back up to above $10.50.

The market lurches from drunken stupor to bottomless pit of despair - it's easy to get it wrong on any day!

In sharemarket trading you live and die by your trading plan - so experiment by all means but at some stage you will need trading rules to live by. The market can leave you behind. It has a way of changing faster than you can. It does its time as a bull and then becomes a bear and inrepparttar 108455 same breath will do an about face and scream to a high, leaving your position inrepparttar 108456 red, when everything you know tells you thatrepparttar 108457 market for that stock should not behave that way. You keep screaming ...BUT IT'S A LOSER!!!!!! Stock punters just ignore you, pushingrepparttar 108458 dog of a stock higher, after losses counted in billions of Australian dollars and a weaker quarterly profit. Who really cares? Emotion carriesrepparttar 108459 market higher until once againrepparttar 108460 profit takers come in and sellrepparttar 108461 highs.

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Happy Investing, Joseph Sgro The Author

Joseph Sgro was born in Western Australia with a hunger to become a millionaire(a Wild Colonial Boy at heart).

Classroom teacher with 15 years and sharemarket trading experience of 16 years culminated in a portfolio of over $700 000 and a serious turn for the worst in March 2000.

This turn of fortune gave rise to much analysis and a desire to learn what went wrong.

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