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Thursday, August 20, 2009



Question:
Which Type Of Meat Is Lowest In Fat And Calories?

a) Buffalo
b) Turkey
c) Beef
d) Chicken

Answer:
In a 3 ounce serving:

Chicken: 3 grams of fat and 140 calories;
Beef: 8.7 grams of fat and 183 calories;
Turkey: 3 grams of fat and 125 calories;
Buffalo: 1.8 grams of fat and 93 calories.

Buffalo (American Bison) were the primary food
source of the Plains Indians of the American
Midwest. Although the buffalo tastes a little like
beef, it's much more lean, and it's even the
lowest in cholesterol of the four meats.

Nutritional data courtesy Jackson Hole Buffalo Meat Co.


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Thursday, August 13, 2009



Effective Ab Workout
By John Cleary

Abdominal contraptions seem to be the biggest seller of all the
machines. You've seen them; space-age-looking springs that you
push with your gut, or a rolling device that is supposed to
help make your sits easier. These machines are really not needed.
The only thing that is going to reduce your waistline is honest
hard work. Those machines simplify your workout and make your
effort less effective. If you want to really hit your abs, try
this. Take about three days a week and alternate a group of ab
exercises such as crunches, side crunches, and seated crunches.
No machine necessary.

Let's take a further look at an effective ab workout. To really hit the
abs and slim your waistline you, will need to develop your abs as
well as burn fat. You can have the most developed abs in the world,
but you won't see them if they are buried under a lot of fat. To work
out the abs effectively, you will need to do a combination of ab and
aerobic exercise, at least 3 to 4 days a week. I recommend you do
one-hour workouts split in half: 30 minutes for abs and 30 minutes
for aerobics. The following exercises should be done for three to
four sets of 20 reps each.

Crunches - Works the overall ab area. Lay on the floor with your
knees up. Cross your arms over your body and slowly crunch
your body up.

Side crunches - Works your side oblique muscles. Start out as
you would a crunch, but instead of going straight up, twist your
right arm towards your left knee and vice versa.

Seated crunches - Works your lower abs. Sit on a bench, close to
the edge. Support yourself with your hands. Tilt back a bit and
extend your legs out with a slight bend and slowly pull legs to
chest.

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Tuesday, August 04, 2009



Food Separation
by Don Lemmon

You have to learn to combine/mix/separate your foods correctly
every meal to get anywhere with yourself. The stomach has no
means by which to separate poorly combined foods. The digestive
processes of protein, carbohydrate and fat food groups is so
different that digestion cannot occur efficiently if the wrong
food groups are in the stomach at the same time. For instance,
the enzymes that act upon carbohydrates are not the ones that
act upon proteins and fats. It isn't a bucket of acid like you
think it is down there. The body wasn't designed to release all
the different fluids needed to breakdown all the different
types of foods at once. Come to respect digestive enzymes and
their limitations. Once you do, as I have witnessed countless
times before, you will achieve that dream body in a fraction
of the time and see not only food allergies almost completely
disappear but health become restored. Why? Because you're
finally allowing yourself to receive nourishment from properly
digested meals and foods.

Improperly mixed foods sit in your digestive tract and spoil.
They go undigested. You receive little or none of the nutrients
you are needing and expecting to get that are in those foods this
way. Not only is that a waste but the spoiling process creates
toxins and other poisons that can make you sick. That is why you
should try not to let more than 2 1/2 hours go between feedings
all day, every day. (Assuming it takes 1/2 hour to finish each meal,
and scheduling meals 3 hours apart.) In case something doesn't get
efficiently digested, then that last meal can be pushed through
your digestive tract by another incoming meal. Think of the food
in your stomach as a clog in a drain. Something must be put on
top of that food to shove it through by applying enough pressure
behind it that moves it down and out your drainage (digestive)
system.

You need to be able to receive your nourishment and that is
unfortunately only possible in bits and pieces that you can handle,
from frequent, properly mixed meals. Properly combine your foods
if for only this one last reason (not just to remain healthy, but)
to live longer and you will watch all of your needs be met at the
same time. Once you determined how to fit all six feedings a day
into your schedule (or at least five), remember to also alternate
between two or three carbohydrate and three protein/fat meals.
Two of your meals are actually snacks, not full meals. Try cottage
cheese, or peanut butter (no sugar added) on celery as a snack or
fruit and yogurt. If you can't do three snacks and have time for
only five feedings, plan either breakfast and lunch OR both snacks
being the carb meals. You should never have two carbohydrate
feedings in a row. That sets off a trigger response for your body
to burn muscle tissue and store fat, where as the opposite, two
fat/protein meals in a row, is optimal and gets you burning fat
instead but there has to be twice the calories in fat there
are from protein.

Sounds good, but it's confusing because you haven't heard this
before? Beats me why not. But what I have taught you thus far
should have explained to most of you why what you do may work and
why what some of you are doing cannot. Then again, I know some are
still panicking because it looks as though I suggest one of those
higher fat diets or something completely off the wall like that.

If you have been mixing proteins, fats and carbohydrates on a
diet, all you have to do to get started is to place the carbs you
eat in meals separate from the proteins and fats. It's pretty
simple really.

For more information on food separation go to Don Lemmon's Know How

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