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Eat All You Want?

Posted on June 2nd, 2009 in diet, eating habits | 1 Comment »

Did you know you can eat as much as you want and be healthy... and at your optimal weight?

Now some may say this isn't true... or maybe unhealthy, but here's the kicker.

You can eat all you want AND be healthy... it just depends on WHAT you eat.

You see, if you eat the right foods, the foods that support your health, you can eat as much as you want. And that isn't unhealthy because you will only naturally eat what your body needs when eating the right foods. You'll never overeat when you clear your system of the 'franken foods', the processed and fortified things that are called 'food' but are not even close.

Your body has an amazing system that tells you when you're satiated and full, but it only works properly when you eat the right foods. Many processed and prepared foods have ingredients that bypass your natural system so you overeat and rarely feel full. And therein lies the problem.

When you don't feel satiated and full you normally don't make healthy food choices. Nothing seems to satisfy you. And this is where most fail in getting to their optimal weight or health. They don't know what to make to keep them naturally satiated!

Have you ever reached for that prepared frozen dinner, bag of chips or pizza because it's just there? You don't know what to make so you reach for whatever is convenient?

You're not alone, we've all done it.

The key to reaching your optimal weight and health is to have plenty of easy to make recipes. Easy and fast and great for not only yourself, but the whole family as well.

That's where Learn Healthy Meals comes in. I've designed this to make it easy for you to review and search the exclusive recipes any way you want, plus send you new recipe videos regularly. Fast healthy recipes. You'll find tips on how to rid cravings, hunger, how to setup your kitchen, help your children make better health choices and much more.

And since it's peach season in many parts of the country (like here in Arizona), I've just added a peach pie recipe that takes only minutes to make. It's one of two pie recipes I'll be adding that you can eat as much as you want, is healthy and your whole family will enjoy. In fact, we had a similar version of this pie for dinner three times last week (we have lots of fresh peaches). Yes, a whole pie!

If you're a Learn Healthy Meals member, you can view this recipe, plus all past videos at the site.

If you're not a member, no worries, just visit:

http://www.LearnHealthyMeals.com

and try it out at no cost.

And later this month, I'll be adding the one recipe that has been most responsible for diminishing cravings and hunger...and keeping me on track... the delicious hearty mixed veggie bowl coming later in June. I guarantee you haven't seen anything like it! It can literally change your life.

Enjoy and always to your best health!

Mark

Your health and weight release coach
http://www.10in14.com
http://www.LearnHealthyMeals.com
http://www.HealthyLivingTalk.com

How Do You Lose 10 Pounds?

Posted on May 8th, 2009 in diet, diets, emotions, weight loss, weight loss diet, weight loss products | No Comments »

It's one of the more asked questions on the internet: How Can I Lose 10 Pounds?

It's also one of the things so many of us struggle with every day.

But it doesn't have to be difficult or a struggle.

You see, losing any amount of weight is simple if you know how. Of course everyone knows that you have to eat a healthy diet and exercise. But what's healthy? What do you want to eat and what do you want to avoid?

What's good exercise?

How do you handle the cravings? The emotional attachments to certain foods? The excess weight that you just can't lose?

These are all issues that can derail your progress towards your optimal weight. Most books, guides and systems don't address these vital issues.

About 5 years ago I was 50 pounds overweight and desperately looking for a solution. I had searched for, bought and tried most every system and plan on the market. I lost some weight, but it normally came back with a vengance. I wasn't able to find that permanent solution and stop struggling.

All I wanted was to feel good, to feel confident and to be healthy at my optimal weight. I almost thought that this was as 'good as it was going to get'!

Then I found the one 'tweak'.

The one tweak no one has the courage to talk about.

No system I've reviewed includes this tweak, but it's essential to permanent and healthy weight loss.

In a very short time I lost all my excess weight and now 3 1/2 years later have been within 1 pound of the same weight... every day.

Is this something that makes sense to you?

I just can't do it justice here in a blog post, check it out:

http://www.10in14.com

There's over 222 minutes of video and audio of my experience plus everything you'll need to finally learn how to reach your optimal weight, lose your excess weight permanently.

I also believe in a totally natural approach so you won't find anything but the truth behind permanent, natural weight loss. It works every time because it's simple and natural.

To your best health!

Mark

Lose 10 Pounds in 14 Days

Even Small Weight Gain Increases Risk of Disease

Posted on July 3rd, 2008 in diet, diets, disease, lose weight, obesity, overweight, weight loss | No Comments »

Many people don't worry about those few extra pounds thinking it doesn't matter. Surprise, according to a recent study, even modest weight gain increases the risk of disease, specifically kidney disease as noted in this study.

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How Many Meals To Good (or Bad) Health?

Posted on April 9th, 2008 in diet, eating habits, fast food, food, fresh fruits and vegetables, junk food, research, whole foods | 3 Comments »

co2footprint-hamburger.jpgTo most people, eating an occasional fast food meal or drinking a soda once in a while is acceptable. Even eating out regularly would be considered healthy to most.

But how many meals does it take to lead you to good as well as bad health?

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