The MADE Diet

From Sick To Fit The MADE diet is a lifestyle plan that incorporates moderate protein, adequate fat, decreased carbs and an introduction to intermittent fasting. Along with the most frequently asked questions being answered, you’ll also get recipes and a 7-day meal plan to start you off right and losing inches in your first week. Order your copy now! Continue reading The MADE Diet

Carbo Story-Water Weight Gone From Low Carb Diet

Carbo Story When you eat carbohydrates they do three things: The carbohydrates you eat are broken down into glucose (sugar). Your blood then transports this sugar to cells throughout your body. Your cells then “eat” this sugar and use it for fast energy. Upon digestion and absorption of carbohydrates, some glucose is stored in your liver and muscles as “glycogen.” Each gram of glycogen stored in … Continue reading Carbo Story-Water Weight Gone From Low Carb Diet

Should You Eat Sugar When You Are Sick?

Sugar When You Are Sick The two types of infections that many of us fight every now and then: bacterial and viral. Bacterial infections (ailments like bronchitis and pneumonia) are caused by single-celled organisms that can invade and thrive inside our bodies, reproducing on their own. Most bacterial infections can be treated with antibiotics that stop the colonies from growing larger. Fasting, giving the body a … Continue reading Should You Eat Sugar When You Are Sick?

How Much Protein Do You Need?

General Guidelines for the amount of protein are 1.2 and 2 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight for the best performance and health. Wait Kilograms I measure in-lbs how do I get to kilograms? First, calculate your weight in kilograms by dividing your weight in pounds by 2.2.(round up or down) Second, decide how many grams of protein per kilogram of body weight … Continue reading How Much Protein Do You Need?

Thyroid Hormone

The thyroid’s main role in the endocrine system is to regulate your metabolism, which is your body’s ability to break down food and convert it to energy. The Two Hormones we are discussing will be T4 and T3. T4 has to be converted into T3. The thyroid’s hormones regulate vital body functions, including: Breathing Slow down or speedup heartrate Central and peripheral nervous systems Bodyweight … Continue reading Thyroid Hormone

The Script for Processing Feelings

(Before using the Script, if you have never claimed your “Will” back, be sure you do so by stating, “In the name of Jesus Christ, I, ___(your name)____ claim back my Will now….to be with me from this day forward, now & forever!) In the name of Jesus Christ….Spirit, Super-Conscious, Subconscious, Conscious, Higher Self, Heart, Mind, Will, Nervous System-Brain, Original Intelligence, RNA, DNA, & every genetic anomaly out of alignment with … Continue reading The Script for Processing Feelings

Know your Numbers Body Mass Index and Basal Metabolic Rate

Body Mass Index (BMI). Use an online Body mass index (BMI) calculator or the formula (BMI = weight ÷ height2).3 If you use kilograms and centimeters, you have your result. If you use pounds and inches, you need to multiply the result by 703. Example: Woman 150 pounds with a height of five feet four inches (64 inches total), BMI = (150 ÷ 642) × … Continue reading Know your Numbers Body Mass Index and Basal Metabolic Rate

Fats: The Good The Bad The Ugly

Bad Fats Stay away from these vegetable oils including corn, canola, cottonseed, soybean, sunflower, and safflower oils, which are all omega-6-rich, inflammatory fats. Good Fats The best fats are organic cold-pressed extra-virgin olive oil and coconut oil, olives oil, avocados oil and Ghee. You want to stick with anti-inflammatory fats! Cooking-wise, ghee, and coconut oil, and avocado oil are best used for medium-heat cooking or … Continue reading Fats: The Good The Bad The Ugly

Alzheimer’s Risk: Limit Your Sugar Intake

This is my grandmother who was 93yo and while she looks great for her age on the outside, her brain is ridden with Alzheimer’s.  High blood sugar is perhaps the best-known offender when it comes to your ability to think, learn and remember…and develop stroke and dementia (including Alzheimer’s)! Eating more sugar DOUBLES your risk of cognitive impairment. Early intervention is now recommended in the prediabetes … Continue reading Alzheimer’s Risk: Limit Your Sugar Intake